Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Wedding Showcase 2017

This past weekend, I headed over to The Wedding Showcase event at The Bath & West Showground; With over 100 stalls dedicated to help you to organise every aspect of your perfect wedding, from stunning cake designs by Zaza Marcelle, Designer Dresses by Devlin Bridal Couture, Hair Extensions by Lily-May Hair, decorations galore from Rustic Dresser & even beautiful Tipi's and Sailcloth Tents by Coastal Tents to really add that unique touch to your big day. It's no secret  that planning a wedding is hard work, with so many elements to think about, The Wedding Showcase put everything you need under one roof, across an entire weekend, along with refreshments, VIP access, professional catwalk shows and live entertainment, it certainly brings back that excitement and fun factor of planning your wedding.

All VIPs receive: Entry into the event including a VIP wrist band, a standard goodie bag and a free magazine along with the showcase guide. Entry into the VIP area and a glass of bubbly. VIP ticket holders also get priority seating in the catwalk shows and Wedding School sessions. (Please turn up early to each individual session to avoid any disappointment. 

If you missed out on last weekends event, don't worry it all starts back up again on the weekend of the 23rd September 2017 at The Bath & West Showground once again, providing the following services for you;

TWO DAY EVENT
- Two full fayre days 23rd & 24th September 10am - 4pm
- Exclusive Official Showcase Guide for ALL couples
- 6 Secret SWAG bags 
- The Wedding School (full of interactive workshops and seminars)
- Professional Bridal & Grooms Wear Catwalk Shows 
- Try, Book, Hire or Buy everything you need for your big day
- VIP Tickets with exclusive VIP area
- Onsite Cafe Facilities
- Live Entertainment
- PLENTY of Shopping
- Beauty Treatments from just £5.00
- 100+ Top Local Suppliers 
- Free Parking
- Childrens Creche

& MUCH, MUCH MORE!

For more details and to keep up to date with the event, click here

Cake Designs by Zaza Marcella



Cake Designs by Sunflower Bakery

Decorations by Rustic Dresser





Dress by Devlin Bridal Couture/Belle of the Ball


Dress by Chantelle Sophia


Dress by Chantelle Sophia



Dress by Chantelle Sophia






Tipis & Tents by Coastal Tents

Thursday, 16 February 2017

Rome

Photography has been a passion of mine since I got my first camera at the age of 9, I always love looking back at old photos to see how far I've come, see how much I've learned and to go over memories. So today   I thought I'd share a little throwback to 2007, back when I was 15 and headed off on a little trip to Rome. Ever since then, I've considered it to be one of my favourite places, packed full of beautiful history, buildings, art, delicious food, lovely people and something to take a photo of around every corner. 

These photos are definitely not perfect, in fact I think they were taken on my phone, but I feel like they do capture the beauty of Rome through the eyes of someone who genuinely had a passion behind the camera, but who hadn't quite learned certain skills yet. It really makes me want to go back, so badly so I could put even more effort into them, one day!

So here are a selection of my personal favourite photos from the trip, enjoy :) 









































Tuesday, 14 February 2017

New York

Today celebrates 8 years since my trip to New York, I feel like this was the place that brought on my Photography and really gave me that inspiration to keep taking photo's. New York was always my dream place to visit, from a really young age I imagined myself walking around this magical city, it quickly become my most favourite place in the world. 

I was the typical tourist, in my I heart NY hoody, camera firmly in my hand at all times and visiting all the major attractions, it was seriously incredible. We took the final boat out to Ellis Island which meant we got to see the Statue or Liberty during sunset, we headed up to the top of the Empire State Building in the evening to see New York in all it's beauty, took a snowy walk through a quiet Central Park, visiting camera heaven when popping into the Nikon shop, as well as a spur of the moment limousine ride through the madness of Times Square. It was seriously like a dream.

It was actually my first time taking photos of a more urban and built up area, before this I was used to trees and nature, so it was a welcome change from all of that. Everywhere you turn there is something new to take a photo of and I certainly didn't take that for granted, having taken something like 800 photos during the 5 days I was there! But I have sorted through them all to share my personal favourites, take me back!























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