I was delighted when Michelle from Girl Gets Wed asked me to feature in their ‘supplier edit’, an interview style feature on wedding suppliers. This is a collection of hand picked wedding suppliers who complement the vibrant and super stylish blog. Michelle especially loved the bright crockery and gold gilt which made for a really colourful post for the blog.
This incredible maximalist floral shoot featuring my vintage crockery has been featured on the Magpie Wedding blog. Created by the lovely and very talented Lily Sawyer Photography this styled shoot is full of inspiration for creative couples planning a maximum floral wedding. The combination of vintage fine bone china styled in a modern setting works wonderfully. Styled by the creative Johanna Valeur, the contrast of the pink sequins against the gold gilt vintage china plates works wonderfully. Such a great explosion of colour from every aspect and an abundance of greenery to balance it out. Read more
This styled shoot is the fabulous creation of Nicole Stachowiak (House of Elliot Boots) and Emma Hunt (Emma Hunt London), two incredibly talented and creative ladies, well known within the wedding industry. I was delighted when Nicole asked if I would like to supply the shoot with my vintage china items. The colour scheme was marsala and gold which is […]
This month we are delighted to see our vintage Easter wedding styled shoot has been given a double spread in the Essex Wedding Magazine. The feature is packed with ideas for hosting an Easter wedding, from egg hunts to seasonal flowers.
Set in the beautiful woodland gardens at Baddow Park Essex, this spring inspired shoot is brimming with pastels, gold and lots of pink! Read more
As seen on Bespoke Bride wedding blog, Harajuku Girl Visits English Country House. A photo shoot styled by the talented Coocouture team using a candy coloured selection of our china items. Read the full article here…
As seen on Aspirational Bride wedding blog, Venetian masquerade bridal shoot. This shoot features our pretty vintage china and beautiful teacup posies created by The Vintage Floral Design Co, based in Kent. Read the full article here…
We receive numerous requests to supply wedding industry photo shoots and this made us realise it was about time we did our own! It didn’t take long to decide on the theme as Easter was just around the corner and our own gardens were beginning to spring to life. Easter Vintage Glamour was decided upon – with a focus on gold and Chanel pink; Elizabeth’s favourite lipstick! A list of our favourite Essex suppliers was then drafted and ideas began to pile up on Pinterest. Read more
As seen on Want that Wedding. Our very own Spring vintage styled shoot, featuring talented local suppliers and tonnes of vintage glamour. View the blog in full here…
We were delighted to see Zoe’s wedding day photos. We had heard about their great plans and it’s always lovely to see such a quirky wedding featuring our china items.
Zoe and Phil held their wedding reception at The Roost in Dalston, just around the corner from their home. Before getting engaged, they had always known this would be their ideal venue. It’s a photography studio and has a really great shabby, quirky, kind of vibe. A bit vintagey and Victorian, with lots of curiosities and props hanging around. Not wanting a stuffy, formal kind of wedding, this venue was the perfect fit for the relaxed kind of vibe they wanted. Read more
As seen on Great British Bake Off – Comic Relief. We were delighted to supply this Comic Relief episode and even more so to see Mary and Paul deliberating over the winner while drinking from our fine bone china.