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FILTHY RICH JEWELLERY

December 5, 2014

Last month I was lucky enough to be asked to plan, organise and help style the launch of some gorgeous celebrity inspired jewellery collections. Estera Sutton, Brand Manager for Filthy Rich had some amazing ideas of how she wanted the jewellery to look.  A really […]

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ROOFTOP ROMANCE – MAGAZINE FEATURE

November 27, 2014

Great news as we have been featured in the latest edition (December 2014 / January 2015) of Your East Midlands Wedding magazine in aid of the amazing ‘Sheena Solis Bridal Shoot’ back in the Summer (see the feature on pages 42, 43, 44 and 45). I […]

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BEHIND THE SCENES (SHEENA SOLIS)

November 17, 2014

Back in July I was lucky enough to be asked to plan, coordinate and style a photoshoot for the lovely Sheena.  Being as we are in dull November I thought it would be fun to share some behind the scene shots (a few of us […]

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2015 / 2016 WEDDING DRESS TRENDS

October 6, 2014

Absolutely loving all of the gorgeous dresses for the 2015 / 2016 season at the moment. Back in April of this year I was lucky enough to be invited to see the new collection of Elizabeth Stuart’s dresses in London. So many gorgeous new designs, […]

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INSPIRATIONAL SHOOTS

September 19, 2014

Our styled shoot from May has been featured a couple of times over the last few weeks which is such wonderful news as everybody worked so hard that was involved. The woodland and meadow shoots were featured on the lovely Phoebe’s ‘So You’re Getting Married’ Blog. […]

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SHEENA SOLIS BRIDAL PHOTOSHOOT – NEW COLLECTION

August 8, 2014

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of organising and styling a photoshoot in the lovely Bailgate area of Lincoln to launch Sheena’s NEW Bridal collection (Spring / Summer 2015).  Sheena has just moved over from the States and wanted an eclectic roof top scene […]

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