This is a special blog for us, as not only was this one of our favourite weddings from last year, but we also have a super fan who needs a shout out for all the support and kind words she has given us over the years. A massively talented super fan, in the form of our friend Anna, who has spent the last few years penning an amazing romantic comedy book series “Don’t Tell”. We were so chuffed when she went as far as to mention us in the 3rd installment, “Don’t tell the Brides To Be” and also coining the a new term “Wedding Porn”!! Thanks Anna, this one is for you Xx
We can’t urge our new brides and brides to be enough to take a look at this series, you won’t be disappointed, details below:
Keep up to date with what Anna is doing here: Anna Bell Writes
Buy the “Don’t Tell” series and other books by Anna here: Anna Bell Books
Jodie and Will’s wedding was our first foray into Jewish ceremonies and we absolutely loved it. Having Kew Gardens Kew Gardens as the backdrop was just stunning. The ceremony was held in the Nash Conservatory, followed by a reception in the 18th century Orangery. We had lots of meetings with the couple to discuss the day and they always mentioned the dancing that kicks off the reception, but when it kicked off, it REALLY kicked off!! we had to try hard to stop ourselves getting carried away and just joining in. What stood out for us was the truly genuine words spoken by their Rabbi about the couple, it really showed the special relationship he has with the family and made a beautiful narrative for the film. The whole day was a lovely celebration but, above all, a cracking party as you will see.