Are Wedding Suppliers Lying To You?

Are Wedding Suppliers Lying To You?

Are Online Portfolios & Galleries REALLY A Suppliers Own Work? I am so angry! So, so angry I feel compelled to stop what I'm doing and write this up for you. Quite simply I am fed up to the back teeth of wedding suppliers who have the audacity to claim the work of others as their own or use images in their portfolio of work belonging to another. It is fundamentally dishonest and immoral and misleads brides into believing the work they are seeing on a business' website is actually a truthful example from that supplier's portfolio when it isn't. How truthful…

Black and White Wedding Photography with Paul Massey

Black And White Wedding Photography With Paul Massey

"Rich skin tones and deep blacks, great for portrait work" I feel that black and white is particularly strong for wedding photography. It has a timeless element to it and for me will never go out of fashion. It is a real strength of mine as a photographer and I have always enjoyed working in black and white. In fact my first job in the photography industry was nearly 30 years ago in a black and white darkroom in East London. It was here that I developed my love for photography and in particular black and white work. I would…

12 Questions To Ask Your Cake Maker

12 Questions To Ask Your Cake Maker

Wedding cake maker Helen Alborn is based in Leicestershire and one of our 'Be Loved' suppliers. She has been awarded 5 stars from the F.S.A. and was a Regional Finalist in The Wedding Industry Awards in 2015. She prides herself on using only the freshest ingredients for all her creations.

How to Lace A Wedding Dress

How To Lace A Wedding Dress

Step-by-step instructions on how to lace your wedding dress. Really helpful for your bridesmaids on the big day! Joanne Withers Photography  has come to the rescue with a step-by-step visual guide to lacing your wedding dress.

Planning for Rain

Planning For Rain

Here comes the rain again and it's a stark reminder even a summertime wedding doesn't mean it won't chuck it down on your big day. You have to face facts. There's no point getting silly over the possibility of rain. It's the UK for crying out loud and even the best host can't do anything about the weather. Having said that, you can and definitely MUST make a sensible plan of action to prepare for it.  If you want to tell yourself it won't rain on your wedding day then good luck, off you go, have a super day. If however you want to…