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Industrial Romance Wedding Inspiration at The Abbeydale Picturehouse…

Abbeydale Picturehouse…

Over the next couple of weeks I’ve decided to share with you some of my FAVOURITE shoots to date! I’ve had the pleasure of working on some incredible bridal shoots alongside Alex from The Bijou Bride,  the educators at Photography Farm and also with the epic Rock n Roll Bride Magazine fashion team.. and I can’t wait to show you!

Today, I’m going to start with a Photography Farm shoot day at The Abbeydale Picturehouse in Sheffield.  I’ve always loved quirky venues; ones that are unique and ooze character… and the Picturehouse has this in buckets.  The former 1920’s theatre and dance hall is one of  Sheffields most iconic buildings. Mr & Mrs Unique suppliers Innercity Weddings have been working closely with the Picturehouse for the past few years; using the venue for some incredible weddings and events. With its cinema seating and stunning light its an ideal location for couples looking for something a bit different for their day.

In fact, why not book it in your diary to go and see the venue yourself! They have an Wedding Open Day on Saturday 5th Oct 2019 – 11am till 3pm. See it as a chance to view this epic unique venue and talk to the Innercity Weddings crew about all things wedding!! Contact Ellie to find out more HERE

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Just got engaged? Where to start with wedding planning…

Where to start with Wedding Planning?

So you’re engaged? Well, congratubloodylations are in order we think! I hope you celebrated accordingly, whether that was a romantic takeaway as just the two of you or a big boozer with all your bests. But after round 1 of the celebrations are over (I say round 1 because they’re just the beginning, really) where do you start with planning a wedding? Excitement can quickly turn to panic, but don’t worry – we’ve got it covered. Here are our top tips on starting wedding planning!

Work out your priorities

It may seem like quite a heavy task to start with, but working out your priorities as a couple and individuals is crucial in wedding planning. Believe me, doing it early can solve you a whole host of problems down the line. Sit down and candidly and honestly discuss things such as: What’s the most important part of the wedding for you? What couldn’t you go without at your wedding? What have you disliked about other weddings you’ve been to in the past? How crucial is x to you? If they’re truly how you feel, there are no stupid answers in this. Not even when your partner says the most important thing to them is a meaningful, personalised ceremony, and you say yours is a hot air balloon-shaped bar.

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