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I am Kelly, a wedding photographer with a love for capturing amazing memories for cool couples. I have had the great pleasure to be featured in the press and on ‘Rock My Wedding’. I cover all areas of Berkshire & Buckinghamshire and the South East and will travel afar for the right wedding! My style is relaxed and fun, with a modern twist. I create images that truly reflect the real you – no cheesy poses, just natural, fun portraits and candids that capture your day as it unfolds.
Lola Rose Photography also has a super special offer for Rock My Wedding readers too. Book any album package with Lola Rose Photography for your 2013 wedding and you will receive one hour of their popular Funky Booth at your evening reception for FREE!!
Thats a whopping saving of £250!!… View the full post.
Tim and Kate married in a humanist ceremony at Beau Castle, near Bewdley in the spring. They had a super small civil ceremony in Pershore the day before to make it legal.
A really strong colour scheme and some choice flamboyant touches (check out those stilts) really makes this wedding stand out there on its own. Their day, their way.
Take it away Kate…
I ended up with two dresses instead of one – oops! The first was bought months before the wedding but as the date approached I was starting to have doubts that it was really the one (who knew my only wedding jitters would be about the dress!). Just 2 weeks before the wedding, I was looking for accessories at The Wedding Boutique in Worcester and spotted this gorgeous and really different looking champagne gown. I tried it on, secretly hoping not to like it as much as the first dress but it was perfect, and after a couple of days to make sure, I just knew I’d have to have it.
The dress originally had different flowers at the side which I changed and, to pick out the colours of the wedding, I embroidered some purple beads into the centre of the new flower. On the big day my maid of honour pinned a tiny dragonfly brooch that had been her gran’s onto the flower, my ‘something borrowed’.… View the full post.