The Fairy Godmother Project are creative and talented wedding photographers ...our aim is to give you confidence and creativity on your big day. The Fairy Godmother Project is casting a protective wand over your perfect day. We are here to create timeless memories with an elegant, fun and trustworthy approach. Based in West London, serving London, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire and beyond...
Saturday, 20 September 2014
Monday, 26 May 2014
Bride and groom alone before the ceremony
I think that this is, by far, my favourite photo of the wedding day.
I believe that the only chance to experience this moment again (or at least 1% of the intensity of emotions of the big day) is to have a photograph of that moment. To get the best picture you will need a moment alone, reflecting on your feelings. Step outside, or ask everyone (except the photographer, of course) to leave the room and reflect on your emotions.
Bride/ groom with parents and siblings
Bride and groom leaving the ceremony site
Thursday, 20 March 2014
1) When I was planning my wedding I found that I became dependant on lists, they were indispensable. It was really helpful having lists from favourite venues and prices, the best wedding dress shops in the area, weekly checklists of things to be sourced and paid for and in season flowers. As you work on each section of your wedding plan, having the lists to refer back to is invaluable and saves time revisiting (and trying remember) previous ideas.
2) Unless you have a clear idea of theme, or favourite flowers or era it seems it’s a case of going through all available magazines, blogs, wedding fairs and websites for ideas. This can be not only confusing but also overwhelming!
3) There are many resources available for advice and up to date themes.
Just for starters have a look at:
Monday, 10 March 2014
Thursday, 11 April 2013
My beautiful Irregular Choice Itsy Bitsy Betsy shoes, were the eBay bargain of the century... at only £30!
Having chosen a 1950's inspired wedding dress and not wanting to look like a conveyor belt bride, I wanted some really stand out shoes to fit the idea... Irregular Choice were the only option and the Itsy Bitsy Betsy style could not have worked better...
I really struggle with high heeled shoes due to a knee injury and was very wary that I wanted something comfortable and glamorous for my wedding day... These irregular choice shoes really fitted the bill, with their platform heel, soft material and adjustable heel strap, I wore them for 9 hours and I was stood up chatting, dancing and skipping for pretty much the whole time!
Wednesday, 3 April 2013
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Bride and groom alone before the ceremony I think that this is, by far, my favourite photo of the wedding day. It's the momen...
I was honoured to join Rebecca and Aron in Chess Valley, Chorleywood , Hertfordshire for their engagement photos and I couldn't have be...