Here they are!! Official photos of the stationery and navigational signage I did for the tropical-inspired wedding that took place back in May at the stunning Narborough Hall Gardens in Norfolk – many thanks to photoagher Matt Parry!
Aaaaaaand, I’m delighted to announce that the stunning wedding got featured on Green Wedding Shoes so if you’d like to check out more photos of the day, pop on over to their blog for a good ol nosey! I for one can’t stop swooning over all the photos. Everything about this wedding is complete and utter perfection. It really goes to show how taking the time to invest in designing your wedding so it’s tailored to reflect your personality makes a huge difference. It’s so worth standing out from the crowd with the right stylist and suppliers…and creatives like Knot & Pop and Jo Flowers have surely done that here.
[Image credit: ©Matt Parry]
So if you’re looking to work with creative like-minded people in the wedding industries who think outside the box to bring you a truly bespoke event that reflects every bit of ‘you’ in it, then take the time to find them. It’s YOUR day and investing in that little extra goes a long way!
Enjoy the photos and i’ll be back with more in a few weeks with another summer wedding I’ve been designing the stationery for!! xx
[Image credit: ©Matt Parry]
photography: Matt Parry // event design + planning: Knot & Pop // florals: Jo Flowers // bespoke print design: Elena Boils // artwork layout, calligraphy + Signage : Made by Molu // venue, catering + additional photography: Narborough Hall Gardens Narborough, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Last weekend, I had my first experience showcasing at an alternative wedding event, hosted by award-winning wedding planners Knot & Pop and Frame Kings Cross (a dance, fitness and holistic studio). The ‘FIT BRIDES‘ event was an alternative wedding event very much focussed on the modern bride. The afternoon offered brides to come down to get a feel for the classes Frame offer, as well as gain insights and inspiration from the best in the wedding/fashion/beauty industries….the likes of Liz Earle, Bobbi Brown, THE OUTNET, Patchwork, London Lightbox, Georgina Boyce, Lucy Says I Do, etc. So, on that note, here’s a few photographs from the day to give you an idea how things panned out!
[All Images above courtesy of FRAME]
I have to admit I was a bit apprehensive at first at the thought of running a workshop AND live painting in front of people at any public event. When I work on any painting/installation jobs, it tends to require a lot of focus and normally done within the quiet realms of my studio…..and even when I’m out doing murals, I’m still relatively cut away from any interaction from people, so this definitely tested a lot of my skills…..multitasking being one of them! ;) Anyway, it turned out to be a fun experience and I’m actually so glad to have done it – not only did I get to meet both potential clients and suppliers in the industry, but my workshop turned into a little art-therapy haven on the day. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it! So yea – this may be the start of something new…who knows eh! :)
Here’s a few more photos I took of my little stand and of the workshop in progress. Enjoy the rest of your week folks, and I’ll be back with more……I’ve soon much to catch up on here! xx
[Image credit: ©MadebyMolu]