The Battersea Club, London Wedding | Jen + Pip

The Battersea Club, London Wedding | Jen + Pip

The Battersea Club is a very rare thing… a private members club in London that hasn’t been redecorated since the 1970s. The very lovely Jen and Pip took it over for their summer wedding and set about transforming it into the ultimate party venue. They confessed that they ended up spending more money on glitter curtains that the venue hire fee. That’s my kind of wedding for sure.

It was pitch and camp, disco and Mexico all mashed up together with a ton of cute DIY details. But also we need to talk about their outfits, how adorable did they and their baby daughter look? Jen’s gorgeous frock was from Temperley London in case you are wondering. This wedding was such a huge amount of fun to be a part of and to shoot, I mean look at all this colour!


You’re my reality yet I’m lost IN A DREAM. You’re the first, the last, my everything.


Mirror Mirror Editorial Shoot | Rock n Roll Bride Magazine

Mirror Mirror Editorial Shoot | Rock n Roll Bride Magazine

It is a ridiculous amount of fun doing these shoots for Kat’s magazine, Rock n Roll Bride. The team are always so adorable to work with and when we come together, it’s a creative force. We all bring something different to the collaboration and it’s exciting to see the end results published in a print magazine, not just ending up online.

Charlie, our model for this one was deliberately chosen for her tattoos and the styling was very clean. So I knew that I wanted to keep the photography sharp and simple. The additional element of the mirrors meant doubling up the impact of everything and it was fun to play around with the reflections.


 

Cause with your hand in my hand and a POCKET FULL OF SOUL, I can tell you there’s no place we couldn’t go. Just put your hand on the glass, I’m here trying to pull you through …



 

Creative Director | Kat Williams

Stylist | Mr + Mrs Unique

MUA | Lou Seymour

Hair | Love Hair

Assistant | Sam Luck

Model | Charlotte at Bame

Location | The Brighton Studio

The George in Rye Wedding | Natasha + Dom

The George in Rye Wedding | Natasha + Dom

Entering the ancient town of Rye in Sussex is like stepping back in time. It is such a pretty and quaint place and if you decide to have your wedding at the Town Hall then you will announce to the world that you are married not by updating your status on Facebook but by the very loud bell and shouting of the local town cryer.

He will also noisily escort you and you guests down to the very beautiful George Hotel if that is where your reception is, just like Natasha and Dom. After a swift couple of champagnes, we headed for a stroll around those cobbled streets for some portraits before joining the party in the sunny hotel garden. This was a lovely laid back wedding.


When you’re lost and you’re alone and you can’t get back again, I will FIND YOU darling and I will bring you home …


North Hidden Barn Festival Wedding | Amanda + Rob

North Hidden Barn Festival Wedding | Amanda + Rob

This pair are big into music so when they got to planning their wedding, they decided to be inspired by their favourite music festivals and have a festival wedding at the gorgeous North Hidden Barn. A gem of a venue that lends itself so well to this style of wedding. Rob’s a brit and Amanda is from the US so the whole thing was a mash up of both cultures.

They went all out on the lighting, smoke machines and confetti canons, well the groom does put on events for a living and he had a heck of a lot of fun planning this one. He also surprised the bride with concert tickets to Jack White, Britney Spears AND The Beach Boys.. I mean c’mon!!! That boy is a keeper, right?


I may not always love you but long as there are STARS ABOVE you. You never need to doubt it, I’ll make you so sure about it …


Brighton Pier Engagement Shoot | Jen + Pip

Brighton Pier Engagement Shoot | Jen + Pip

Jen and Pip decided to make a proper break out of it for their engagement shoot in sunny Brighton and took some time away from both wedding planning and parenthood by booking into a hotel for a couple of nights. We met for drinks and chatted about how they met at school and how life was now with a young baby.

Then we took a stroll along the beach and onto the pier. It’s such a fun and colourful place and though it’s always busy, you can usually find some little nooks and crannies away from the crowd. Are you planning your engagement shoot? Come to my home town and we can have some seaside fun!


And they said that when we grew up, we’d GET MARRIED and never split up …


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