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.
Last summer I was invited by the talented Lily Sawyer to supply a styled shoot in West Ham Park, London. Lily is a fantastic urban wedding photographer who has such an eye for detail and a wonderfully creative mind. The styled shoot was based on Modern Vintage with white simplicity and a relaxed urban garden setting, while being affordable. Lilly put together the perfect team for this style and the full write up can be seen over on Lilly’s blog Lily Sawyer Blog.
We are delighted to have been selected to feature alongside some of the finest, most respected wedding suppliers in the UK. Little Book For Brides is a great wedding planning directory which allows you to create a file of your dream suppliers, make contact with them and also lists special offers. Its a really good time saving tool as it showcases all the suppliers ideal for elegant, luxurious and ‘something a bit unique’ weddings – no chocolate fountain here!
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Before meeting Rachel, we knew her wedding was going to be impressively creative due to seeing the talent in her dressmaking hobby, house of pinheiro . These images show the result of Rachel and Dan’s planning to bring Rachel’s Brazilian traditions to an English country house in Kent. We were delighted to supply vintage china for the place settings and glass cake stands and bonbon dishes for Rachel’s traditional Brazilian sweets. 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…
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
We wanted to share with you photos from a wedding we styled back in May. Lauren and Michael held their wedding reception at High Elms Manor; a beautiful venue featured on ‘Country House Rescue’. Read more