Thursday, 15 July 2010

Peacocks and Origami

So it would appear I've been hiding under a dark rock for the last few months. I promise you I haven't! In truth I've been busily growing a baby boy, due at the end of September, amongst helping more lovely couples get married and styling for various photo shoots, which I'll share with you as soon as I can.

In the meantime, here's Helen and Matt's fabulous little Sunday wedding from back in May at the RSA. Here is a couple who know what they like and aren't afraid to be a little different...

I had the pleasure of the assistance of London Bride blog's Charley Beard who was on hand as my wing man (or rather girl) throughout, she was a brilliant help. Thanks Charley!

As huge gaming enthusiasts, each table was named after a certain character from their favourite games and the couple had us set up their X Boxes in the downstairs vaults ready for their evening reception at which guests got stuck into some 'Rock Band' and 'Lips' with a few glasses behind them. I told you they were very individual didn't I!

The attention to detail was superb, and Matt had spent a fair amount of time hand crafting the hundreds of tiny origami cranes (said to bring good luck and prosperity) which were hung from bowls of cherry blossoms, provided by florist Rebecca Mays who has now worked with me for the 4th time running.

Helen's bouquet smelt stunning with an array of David Austin roses and touches of Muscari. Let's not forget those peacock feathers which really tied in with the teal theme.

Congratulations Mr and Mrs Lewis-Hasteley!

Image Credits:

Nick Scott Photography