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Sunday Round Up… New Press & Awesome Photo shoots…

A Beautiful Week of Wedding Inspiration…

Hello, Happy Sunday all,

Hows everyones week been?

Ive been super chuffed this week with two photo shoots appearing in some amazing press- Art Directed by Mr & Mrs Unique suppliers Curious Fair, a Moroccan Bridal shoot was featured on the fab Whimsical Wonderland Wedding Blog. We also had our Tunnels Beach Boho Bridal Shoot with Babb Photo appeared in WED Magazine! BOOM!

We’ve also had tons of new enquiries from some super cool wedding suppliers and I can’t wait to introduce them to you. Even now after working in this business for a few years, Im constantly surprised by peoples ideas for wedding businesses… always pushing the boundaries, always something new, creative and fun! Watch this space!

This Week…

Our Tunnels Beaches shoot is now in Devon’s WED Magazine!! Full of amazing wedding inspiration and Mr & Mrs Unique suppliers doing what they do best! They rock! Make sure you pick up a copy!

This week we featured the cool and quirky Manchester wedding of Richmal and Chris. The couple really wanted to have an intimate day, keeping their guest list small and inviting only their nearest and dearest (plus their rather cool dog!). Features a gorgeous Erica Stacey Bridalwear dress, and accessories with hints of orange! To see more visit here 

We also …

A 1960’s & Italian Inspired Wedding…

Wedding Photography by Paola De Paola Weddings

Beth & Antonio’s Wedding…

Im a sucker for a cute pet, so when this wedding shot by Mr & Mrs Unique supplier Paola De Paola Photography hit my inbox I couldn’t help but fall in love with the little pug! Plus the couple are super cool, so it was a big fat yes please to feature them!

Here Paola tells us a bit more about the day:

Name of the couple…

Beth & Antonio

Location…

London

Wedding Venue…

Morden Park House, Merton

Reception Venue…

Windmill on the Common, Clapham

Why you love this wedding…

This was a very relaxed wedding and I got along really well with the couple. I liked Beth’s style of the 60s. As Antonio is Italian, she wanted to look like an Italian actress from that era. An English Sofia Loren.

I absolutely love the reception venue, the Windmill on the Common. It’s retro, quirky but in a very modern way. I loved the registry office as well, a listed building surrounded by a beautiful park.

What were the couple’s requirements…

A relaxed, not intrusive, almost photo-journalist style but with feelings.

Favourite details of the day…

The pug with the tuxedo.

Wedding

Favourite moment of the day…

When they all went on the red double-decker bus after the ceremony on the way to the reception. They …

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