Posts in WEDDING
The Wedding Gallery Summer Soirée
 

The Wedding Gallery held their Summer Soirée at One Marylebone and asked me to create some giant lettered mirrors to say thank you to all their lovely suppliers...and they really were giant 7ft beasts which meant I was propped on a ladder!

Thanks to Sandra at Divine Day Photography for the lovely snaps!

We were serenaded by the Urban Soul Orchestra and Adrian Garcia + band in sweltering London sunshine!

Tipples came from Bloom Gin, Moët and The Cocktail Service (delicioussssss guys, seriously) and the garden was decorated with splendid sculptures from Bubblegum Balloons.

Sarah Smart Illustration painted all the lovely guests and we danced until we needed pizza from Lucabuca and flipflops.

It was so nice to meet all the other wedding suppliers and hear about why they chose the wedding industry; happy days, smiley people and every single wedding is unique. Here here! A pretty good Wednesday evening I'd say.

 
Helen & Chris' Countryside Wedding
 

Helen and Chris' wedding was held in the beautiful county of Essex and it was tipis and festoon lights galore. Not to mention a well stocked gin bar, gospel choir and welly throwing.

Photography by  Abigail Fahley

Photography by Abigail Fahley

 

The marquee was decorated in ivy foliage, gypsophelia, candles and a whole host of gorgeous friends and family, including a very well behaved little 1 year old bridesmaid.

We created bespoke place names brush lettered in a gorgeous gold pigment on heavy hammered ivory card to complement the natural theme. Table plans were finished off with lots of lovely mini chalkboard details and signs directed the guests where to go.

Have a nose below at the lovely day and get in touch if you need help with lettering on the big day - just about anything is possible and weddings are my absolute favourite!

Photography by  Abigail Fahley

Photography by Abigail Fahley

 
A Cressing Temple Wedding
 

I totally forgot about these little signs that I created for my best bud's wedding! It was a stunning day complete with Jenny Packham dress and 13th Century countryside barn setting. The sunshine shone ALL day (there were a few pink shoulders) and the bride and groom didn't stop smiling until they left in the wee small hours.

 

It was my FIRST ever wedding that I did lettering for and as a little bridesmaid, it has gone right in my memory box.

Mr and Mrs Chair Signs
Bride and Groom Chair Signs
 
Kate & Simon's New Zealand wedding
 

Well you don't get much better than a party in sunny New Zealand do you?!

Kate & Simon got married in the gorgeous Old School Forest in the Bay of Plenty. What a ruddy dreamy setting.

 

Their theme was gold and mint, so we opted for metallic gold ink for brush lettering name settings, a big ole seating for eating table plan and lots of little chalkboard signs dotted around for guests. 

This was an interesting one for logistics! The bride loved chalkboards, so I worked with some pretty nifty chalkboard vinyl so we could roll up the table plan and send it on the plane with her fabulous sister. It was popped in a beautiful gold frame and ta daaaaa, one table plan for 113 hungry Kiwi bellies :).

Here's some pics, and a huge thank you to the bride and groom, I am always very appreciative to have photos of their day shared with me.

 
Emma & Kev's Countryside Wedding
 

Emma and Kev had a gorgeous countryside wedding in Sprivers Mansion; a beautiful grade ll listed Georgian country house set in a zillion acres in Kent. 

 

Their theme was gold and yellow, so we hand finished stationery with metallic details and teamed it with classic black calligraphy to match the table and the gorgeous flowers.

 
A beautiful Greek wedding
 
 

It is not often I get to attend a wedding in such a lovely location AND do some lettering for it, totally spoilt! This wedding was held on the amazing island of Amorgos (any 'The Big Blue' film fans out there?)

We created some Greek lettering for some tags...

...and the tags got tied on to some gorgeous bergamot jam favours!

It was the prettiest setting everrrrr. And so I stayed there for an extra week. Just what the doctor ordered and how could I leave with this view?!