Situated right in the heart of buzzing Brixton, Brixton East 1871 was formerly an industrial Victorian warehouse. Nowadays it's the perfect wedding venue for the chillout couples. I personally love this very spacious urban London venue, with exposed brick walls, high ceiling and an impeccable very caring owner, Andy Luckett!Read More
Kim and Dan's relaxed wedding at Brixton East 1871 was styled by the incredible Lou from Beyond Vintage, the stationary was also by this multi-talented lady.The day started with Kim and Dan getting ready in different venues.
The wedding ceremony was at Saint Paul's Church in Covent Garden, a little treasure just behind the main square, a hidden oasis away from the busy roads of central London.Read More
Why rainbow? The rainbow signifies unity, the suns of the different energy. In this particular case it symbolises the fact that the choice in colour scheme in a wedding can be different, like the six different colours of the bridesmaids that we have. But ultimately, these six colours are there to help support the bride, or if you want it's the union of all the rainbow colours, that then produce white, the bride.Read More
I was trying to think of a different adjective for kitsch and looking on the thesaurus, I came across these, camp, artificial, tacky, ostentatious, and corny. Are any of these describing the overall mood of our very unusual bridal shoot? Perhaps!But when Lau from frenchmadeand Myriam from La dame au beret and I, sat down to brainstorm a new story, this is exactly what we wanted to achieve. Something unique and very alternative.Read More