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Glam Pastels. Diamonds & Lace For A Real Wedding At Rockliffe Hall – Hayley & Stephen

April 4th, 2014 | Julia Braime

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Who said pretty pastels couldn’t come with a huge dose of glamour?  Today’s real bride Hayley and new husband Stephen are ripping up the rule book with their soft and stylish Real Wedding at Rockliffe Hall.

With images by Brides Up North Featured Supplier, Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Hayley says:  We got engaged at the Burj al Arab, Dubai in February 2006.  Steven proposed on Christmas day in 2005. We didn’t want a party so we celebrated our engagement with a trip Dubai to pick a ring.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

We were married on 22nd September 2013 at Rockliffe Hall, Darlington.  I wanted a classy and timeless wedding and Rockliffe offers modern and old mixed together. We had our ceremony in the old arches which offered a nicer feel than just a function room. The colour scheme is quite neutral which enabled us to go for any colour scheme we wanted.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

We had lilacs, lavenders, ivories and a beautiful thistle colour in our stationery. Grey suits for the gents, accented with lilac cravats and handkerchiefs to give a subtle bit of colour to blend in with the rest of the wedding. My dress and the bridesmaids were all ivory. I wanted a neutral palette with the flowers taking centre stage. 

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

My dress was from Solutions Bridal Designer House in Orlando Florida.  The dress was antique ivory with ivory lace in a mermaid strapless fit. I opted for a very long veil trimmed in the same lace as the dress and a very glamorous belt made by Maria Elena and Manolo Blanik shoes with a beautiful vintage brooch on the front.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

The hair was prepped by myself the evening before (I’m am a hairstylist) ready for my friend Carol-Anne Jenkinson who is the owner of Platinum Hair Design in Sunderland. She also did her magic on the bridal party. I had my makeup done by Amanda Bell Elite Makeup Artist.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Our flowers were by Adam Prest who is very unique in his work and knew exactly what I wanted. My bouquet consisted of a vibrant lilac roses, astrania, astilbe,clematis,snowberries and sweetpeas. They smelt beautiful. The bridesmaids had smaller versions of my flowers with a mix for the top table and centre pieces for the tables at the wedding breakfast. We also had similar mixture for the gents’ button holes and ladies’ corsages.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

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We had six bridesmaids from two years old to sixteen.  The younger bridesmaids wore dresses from Monsoon and the two older bridesmaids wore a dress from Coast which was from the bridal range. I think they blended nicely together.

The groomsmen wore hired suits from Gavin Scott Menswear in Washington. The grooms suit was made by Ian Bone a visiting tailor. He came to our home and measured Steven up, we picked the material and and cut of the suit. It was a very professional and friendly service from Ian and we had two more fittings before the finished result.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Our photographer was the amazing Lee Scullion. We had a lot of recommendations from people but as soon as I saw Lee’s work I knew he was the man for the job.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Our videographers were Chris and Janet Hughes for One Digital Image – a great husband and wife team. They made a one minute video summarising the day so we could share with our guests and friends which was really unique in itself and was ready to view the following morning.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Our save the dates and invitations were by Noble Fine Art. They also made our favour boxes, the menu for the tables at the wedding breakfast and the seating plan in a beautiful pearl stock paper with thistle ribbon.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Simply Bows & Chair Covers dressed our tables with a new range of lace chair coverings.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

We had handmade chocolates made for the favour boxes from Robineau Patisserie in Darlington and mini bottles of whiskey for the gents. 

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

The cake was from Celebration Cakes in Peterlee, I scaled it down from the original design in the shop. It had six tiers with all different sponges and fruit cake. It had a pearl covering with roses and lace made from sugar paste and tied in with all the little elements from the wedding.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

We had Val Boyers singer and guitarist singing during our wedding breakfast and a fantastic local band (Fate) singing live on the evening of the wedding. 

Prime Entertainment provided Formula One cars which were very popular and we also hired Snaparazzi and their fabulous photo booth.  We got a book of everyone’s photos who had been in the photo booth with a message alongside the photos which is a really nice and different keep sake.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

I downloaded an app called Wedpics and invited all our guests to upload all their photos.  I thought this to be better than having disposable cameras and it worked well.

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Honeymoon wise, we’re are still working on that one, we want something different!

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

My top tip for other Brides Up North would be to enjoy and take every moment in because it goes over far too fast and don’t drink to much Champagne!

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Lee Scullion Photography at Rockliffe Hall

Congratulations Hayley & Stephen!

Would you like to see your own Real Wedding on Brides Up North? Get in touch.

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Belle Bowes. A Styled Shoot For Belle Bridal Magazine PLUS A Diary Date For This Weekend!

March 21st, 2014 | Julia Braime

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Happy Friday!  Let’s get the first real weekend of spring off to a beautiful start, with this graceful styled bridal shoot from my friends at Belle Bridal Magazine, captured by Brides Up North Featured Supplier Lee Scullion, with Wild Brides At Heart dresses (all Ian Stuart), shot on location at the beautiful “French chateau” that is The Bowes Museum, where room hire starts from £850.

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Teri at Belle Bridal Magazine says:  The combination of amazing dresses by Ian Stuart with the unique wedding location of the Bowes Museum was just something we had to capture with help from Lee Scullion. You will even see that the iconic Silver Swan at Bowes Museum makes an appearance in the shoot.

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Belle Bridal Magazine’s White Wedding Wonder Show takes place here on Sunday 23rd March from 10.30 – 4pm, with VIP luxury goodie bags for brides who register at www.weddingwondershow.co.uk

Teri says:  We have a make-up masterclass by Jo Leversuch of Make Up By Jo and hair by James Reid, plus an all-day bridal gown parade. We will also be showcasing two tipis in the grounds of the museum, courtesy of TipiChic. 

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

Lee Scullion for Belle Bridal Magazine

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Photography - Lee Scullion

Hair & Make Up - Julie Ann Pattinson

Styling - Karen Bell, Belle Bridal Magazine and Caron Bernard, Wild Brides at Heart Sunderland

DressesIan Stuart, from Wild Brides at Heart Sunderland

Accessories - Wild Brides at Heart Sunderland

Model - Charlotte Lockwood, Tyne Tees Models 

Venue - Shot on location at The Bowes Museum

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Lovely Lartington. A Styled Bridal Shoot For Unveiled Magazine

March 12th, 2014 | Julia Braime

Stan Seaton Photography

I know all you Yorkshire ladies have our fabulous Brides Up North Luxury Wedding Exhibition at The Mansion in your diaries for this Sunday 16th March, right?  If you don’t, click here for all the details of this stunning show (super chic and one of my very favourites in our entire calendar). But for our North East sisters who are still in need of a dose of the pretty – even following our massive Brides Up North Super Showcase event last weekend, if you’re still standing – our friends at Unveiled Magazine (a new title for whom I’m a regular feature columnist) would like to invite you to something rather beautiful, somewhere rather beautiful…

Stan Seaton Photography

Jane of Brides Up North Featured Supplier Stan Seaton Photography says:  We had heard so much about the historic Grade II listed building Lartington Hall, which is based just outside Barnard Castle in Co. Durham. When we were approached by Unveiled Magazine to do a photo shoot to promote this newly refurbished, amazing wedding venue camera bags were immediately at the ready, lenses cleaned and primed, cards formatted and we were raring to go.

Stan Seaton Photography

It was a pleasure, as always, to work with make up artist Jo Leversuch from Make up by Jo, Becci Evemy from Hair by Becci and Anna who was the model we also used for the iconic image featured on the front cover of the first edition of Unveiled. We arrived at Jo’s bright and early as we wanted to start photographing by mid morning due to the winter light being rather unpredictable.

Stan Seaton Photography

On driving through the gateway to Lartington we were certainly not disappointed, the impressive drive up to the Hall itself fills you with a great sense of anticipation before you even arrive on the drive. Once inside Lartington Hall, we were warmly welcomed by John Harper-Wilkes who along with his wife Shona has lovingly and without compromise restored this beautiful building back to it’s former glory.

It was lovely to hear some of history attached to Lartington Hall. Throughout it’s history this beautiful house has always been used for parties, making it an ideal location to host the biggest party of a couple’s life. This quintessential English country house, with it’s elegantly decorated reception rooms and bedroom suites, not to mention the amazing ballroom, certainly can boast the claim of being the perfect location for that fairy-tale Wedding.

Stan Seaton Photography

The beautiful bridal gowns were by two of our favourite wedding dress designers Maggie Sottero and Ian Stuart and were supplied by Poppy Bridal of Darlington. Flowers for the shoot were very kindly supplied and delivered by Flowers by Nattrass of Darlington.

Stan Seaton Photography

Craig at Unveiled Magazine says:  We cannot wait to open the doors to this fabulous venue on Sunday. Lartington Hall, based just outside of Barnard Castle is an exclusive hire wedding venue just outside of Barnard Castle, and it is going to be very popular indeed!  With twelve beautiful en-suite bedrooms, ballroom, grand corridor, chapel and romantic gardens, there’s plenty to take your fancy.

Think of Lartington Hall not as a hotel but as your very own private countryside hideaway. The delightfully unexpected happens at Lartington Hall where no two events are ever the same. We are passionate about every detail at Lartington Hall. Whatever your event or special occasion, it will be unique to you and your guests – Uncover your own Lartington surprises!

Stan Seaton Photography

Playing host to globally recognised fashion shoots with its sumptuous furnishings, BOSE music systems and precious antiques, Lartington Hall is as gorgeous on the inside as it is on the outside! Authentic and tasteful, it’s stylish yet welcoming. Nestled in 75 acres of romantic parkland, it’s a piece of heaven in a tranquil haven. 

Stan Seaton Photography

Lartington Hall will be open on Sunday 16th March 2014, from 11am till 3pm.  Click here for more details. 

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This Sunday! It’s Our Big One! The Brides Up North Super Showcase GRAND WEDDING EXHIBITION At Ramside Hall Hotel!

March 8th, 2014 | Julia Braime

Ramside Hall Grand Wedding Exhibition Spring 2014

Well, you picked the right time to stop by, because look!  It’s the Brides Up North Super Showcase Grand Wedding Exhibition!  It’s THIS WEEKEND!  And it’s only the biggest event in our whole Spring calendar.

Whoop whoop!

Over 80 of the region’s best and most beautiful wedding industry suppliers will gather at of the North East’s favourite wedding venue – Ramside Hall Hotel & Golf Club – on Sunday 9th March 2014, from 12pm till 4pm, FREE ENTRY.  

(And let me say whoop again!)

Once again, we don’t do things by halves here at Brides Up North!  We are filling the whole hotel – that’s five huge function areas – and it’s going to be spectacular!

If there’s one wedding fair to attend this year, this is it.  This isn’t your typical wedding fair though, it’s a knock-your-socks-off Super Showcase!  This is officially the largest free entry bridal event in the North East area and should most definitely be one for your diaries. 

Whether you are shopping for the final details or have no idea where to start, I can promise you the very best choice of the best bridal experts in the region.  Everything you can think of for planning your big day will be represented and there’ll be on the day discounts too. The best part? It’ll cost you nothing!

Yes, I’m nice like that. 

Come and see our two professional bridal catwalks (and this time we are adding a special Cinderella style twist – watch our for our fairy godmother, she’s a bit of a handful!), meet the Ramside wedding planners, pose in our photo booths, taste our scrumptious wedding cakes, kit out your man and bridesmaids,  play dress up with gorgeous gowns and accessories, get lost in our beautiful floral displays, get the hair and make up sorted, source your stationery, find a top photographer and tick off all those last essential details.  You name it, we can sort it. 

Just ’cos I’m generous, we’re also giving away up to 300 free Bride To Be goody bags, filled with glossy magazines, treats from Brides Up North, exclusive offers and some little pressies from our sponsors House Of Fraser and Love Hearts.  As demand is high, to pick up your VIP pack all you need to do is pre-register using the form below.

To register for for speedy entry and a free Brides Up North VIP Bride-To-Be goody bag fill in your details below, marking “RAMSIDE HALL in the subject line and quoting “VIP”.   Only the bride need register for larger groups.

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You can also email contact@bridesupnorth.co.uk if you do not wish to use the contact form. Welcome packs are limited and subject to availability. We operate a first come, first served policy. 

I adore this event – it’s big, it’s busy, it’s exciting, but most of all it’s really beautiful.  I can’t wait to see you all there for a day of wedding heaven… and lots of fun too.

Can’t make it?  Are you mad?!  Don’t despair – put one of our other fabulous events in your diary instead.

NEW EXHIBITORS – we are about to close sales for all of our events this season. To be a part of the magic and for exhibitor and pricing details please email me at julia@bridesupnorth.co.uk ASAP. 

Exhibitors will be strictly limited by category and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Since their inception in Spring 2012, all our Brides Up North exhibitions have been sell outs on exhibitor space with a record attendance for every venue. Consequently, we expect demand for these shows to be very high. Get in touch as soon as possible to guarantee your place.

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Hit The High Notes! Supplier Showcase: Music Newcastle

February 26th, 2014 | Julia Braime

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Katie Byram Photography

When I was planning my own wedding, I had a clear vision on the type of dress I’d like (turns out I went for the opposite, go figure), how the flowers would look and what the bridesmaids would wear.  Music?  No clue whatsoever.  The lack of information about quality wedding suppliers in my area – and all in one easily accessible place – in the run up to my own wedding was one of the deciding factors in launching Brides Up North back in 2010.  Due to some great contacts I got lucky and our wedding was a musical success, but it could all have been so different.

Lucky for you, Brides Up North now exists (can I hear an AMEN?), and it’s all about putting talented people like Mark Deeks of Music Newcastle right under your nose.   He’ll have your personalised musical requirements (and even the hen party!) sorted.  Let’s meet him.

Tell Brides Up North about Music Newcastle?

I have played piano for more than 30 years, building up a wealth of experience as a performer, arranger, and musical director, working for names such as Steve Harper, David Miliband, Lenny Henry, Alfie Joey and many more. Music Newcastle is a recommended supplier of live music to some of the top wedding venues in the North East such as Doxford Hall, Linden Hall and the Grand Hotel in Tynemouth amongst others.

For some of the services on offer such as Bespoke Bands, I can bring a huge range of other musicians with me. Between us we have many years of experience in all kinds of music.

Tell us about the various services on offer from Music Newcastle?

Piano Player Newcastle

Being a piano player is what I am best known for, and there are more than 700 songs available for people to choose from on the website. In addition, customers can request up to 6 songs be learnt just for their special day, meaning they can have a huge amount of input and are able to really personalise their playlist, whether for the ceremony, or background music for the drinks reception or wedding breakfast.

I make it a speciality to try to demonstrate the flexibility of the piano to play all kinds of music, and have created very popular versions of everything from Katy Perry to The Killers, and David Guetta to Metallica. If you prefer classic pop such as Billy Joel or Elton John, Motown, rock n roll, jazz and swing, classical, or all of the above… the possibilities are endless – and that’s the point! You’re in charge!

Bespoke Bands

This is another area where Music Newcastle really comes into its own! I often wondered why it should be that couples spend so much time, effort and money, choosing every last detail, shade and style of all the other parts of their day, and then when it gets to their band, they get little or no input into the setlist, often getting handed the list of songs the band already know, or (worse) get exactly the same set as the band have played at all the other weddings for the last x number of years.

With Music Newcastle the customer calls ALL of the shots! This is the ultimate pick n mix approach to live music. You start by choosing your singer from a range of fantastic vocalists on the site to front your band. Then tell me what line up of instruments you want to back them: want a combination you can’t find elsewhere? No problem! This service means you can have a band to fit any budget or space as you just pay by the musician.

Then the crucial part: YOU choose ALL the songs! If you want suggestions that we know work then that’s fine, but the customer simply has to send a list of songs and YouTube links, and these are the songs that the band will LEARN for you! You have total control – it’s YOUR band.

Personalised Music

This category covers a range of products. Some people want a song or piece of music written especially for the big day, with the option of having it performed as a surprise. I once had a mother of bride who wanted to say something special to her daughter but felt unable to make a speech on the day so commissioned a song that I performed at the end of the speeches – it was a very emotional moment for the family. I’ve even re-written the lyrics for a Warren G song for a best man’s speech!

I also offer to record a personalised CD of piano versions of your favourite songs. This can be used as a budget alternative to hiring a live pianist for the day, or as a “bolt-on” for couples who do book me to have an audio version of the photo album as a memory of the soundtrack of their wedding, as often this plays a very personal part of their day that they might miss some of when they are talking to guests.

Your Piano-oke parties sound like fun!  Would this be a good option for a hen party?

Absolutely! I’ve even had people use them as one room of the evening entertainment.  Essentially this is karaoke with a live pianist, and a great excuse to pretty much have friends round, get some food and drink, and have a proper good sing! It’s often quite chaotic and perhaps it doesn’t always sound like musical excellence, but it’s hilarious chaos, and truly a night that you and your friends will remember and talk about for years to come!

Piano-Oke Party North East Newcastle by Katie Byram Photography

Katie Byram Photography

What sets your business apart from other entertainment companies?

In just a few words: Music Newcastle offers my customers a flexible, personalised, professional service. I often get emails from customers astounded at the speed with which I reply to enquiries, and the testimonials that I receive pay tribute to the fact that I go to lengths that musicians are often not known for, and am passionate about delivering high quality music and a high quality service.

Image Newcastle

Image Newcastle

Tell us about your recent Award win?

In 2013 I won the North of England Wedding Award for Music and Entertainment. This was a real thrill as many of my previous customers were involved in the nomination and voting process, and reading their feedback afterwards was really humbling.

Have you any events coming up that we should know about?

My diary is always full of a wide range of events, many of which are private bookings. However, the next couple of months will include public performances such as that with the Inspiration Choir and Royal Northern Sinfonia at The Sage Gateshead on March 29, and Inspiration’s tour to New York in April where we will be playing at venues including Carnegie Hall, the Statue of Liberty and Central Park! I also have performances booked at some of the beautiful venues in the North East such as Kirkley Hall, Jesmond Dene House and Ramside Hall. The latest events are always listed on the website.

Katie Byram Photography

Katie Byram Photography

What can a Bride & Groom who book one of your acts for their wedding expect?

As I mentioned earlier, I’m all about making the music services that Music Newcastle provide, personal and high quality. Every couple can have as much involvement as they want in making the music exactly as they want it. They are welcome to have me record clips of piano music to help them choose the songs for the ceremony, and they are welcome to come to HQ for a consultation. I like to establish a relationship with my customers so that I can best give them the benefit of my experience.

What areas do you cover?  Will you travel?

The standard prices cover a 30 mile radius, but I often travel further than this if customers require me to, with wedding bookings already confirmed this year in Lancashire and Staffordshire, as well as right across the North East.

Sean Elliott Photography

Sean Elliott Photography

Can you give Brides Up North an idea on price?

It would be difficult to cover the price of every service here, but Piano Player Newcastle bookings start from just £150. Bespoke Band bookings vary greatly depending on the number of musicians involved but for a typical 5 piece band you would be looking at a cost of around £860 for 2 x 45 minute sets of music, completely chosen by the customer.

Can you do a discount for Brides Up North readers?

Why not! If a customer mentions Brides Up North in their enquiry then I will take 10% off!

How can Brides Up North get in touch with you or find out more?

Take your pick: markdeeks.music@gmail.com, 0191 268 6379, 07793 713 378, or via the contact form at my website.

Sean Elliott Photography

Sean Elliott Photography

Anything else that Brides Up North should know?

I’d love readers to take the time to read some of the testimonials that previous customers have sent in and get a feel for what they can expect from Music Newcastle. They can see these here.

Finally… what song would you choose for your first dance?!

Wow…er… we’ve talked about “When The Right One Comes Along” from the Nashville TV soundtrack… we’ve talked about “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” by Starship! We’ll see what happens when she makes me the happiest guy alive!

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Back To Nature. Claire Pettibone For A Styled Bridal Shoot At The Alnwick Garden, Northumberland

February 24th, 2014 | Julia Braime

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

This season, I am told by those who really know, it’s all about “the back”. 

One someone who certainly knows these things is Kathryn at Kathryn S Trueman Bridal & Occasions in Morpeth, Northumberland, and today she’s here on the wedding blog to show off the latest collection from the newest designer to be stocked in her lovely boutique (and one of my personal favourites!) Claire Pettibone.

With ethereal imagery by the fabulous Adamskii Photography, and shot on location at Brides Up North Luxury Wedding Exhibition venue, The Alnwick Garden, this is one beautiful way to start the week.

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Kathryn says:  Claire Pettibone are an L.A. based design house best known for their intimate, feminine and couture styling. Claire describes herself as a ‘true romantic’ and her vintage, yet modern dresses certainly have that “je ne sais quoi”!  .

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

"When I design a collection I strive to make a woman feel as special as the delicate creation she is wearing; take her to an enchanted time and place where women are princesses and magnificent goddesses. In today’s modern world we need to pause and indulge in beauty." Claire Pettibone

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

My team at Kathryn S Trueman Bridal decided to celebrate becoming the only stockist of Claire Pettibone in the North East of England by having an exclusive photo shoot of the dresses at the exquisite Alnwick Garden in January this year.

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

We wanted to find a setting that mirrored the Claire Pettibone styling, and where better than on our own doorstep, at the Alnwick Garden and it’s magnificent Treehouse Restaurant?

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

The photographs were taken by Adamskii Photography, who share the building with our boutique, at 42 Bridge Street Weddings – the recently launched ‘Wedding Department Store’ in Morpeth.  42 Bridge Street Weddings also houses Demoiselle Lingerie, K Beautique Makeup, Wiggle & Gilbert Menswear, Black Stripe Events, Hummingbird Jones Wedding Stationers and the Adamskii Photobooth!  With 42 Bridge Street Weddings we have created the ‘Harvey Nicks’ of the Wedding Industry, offering eight top quality wedding services under one roof.

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Back in January, Alnwick Garden was closed to the public, yet we were granted access for this shoot. We started off around the magnificent Fountains and the Poison Garden, before moving over to the Treehouse – somewhere that Adam has wanted to use for a fashion shoot for years – and finally ending up in the Walled Gardens. The dresses made the shoot, and the models were fantastic – we wanted a certain ethereal innocence to shine through; ‘Alice In Wonderland meets Narnia’!

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

42 Bridge Street Weddings will be exhibiting collectively at The Brides Up North Luxury & Vintage Wedding Exhibition at The Alnwick Garden on Sunday 18th May 2014. A beautiful, excusive event in an extraordinary setting.  Closing our spring season for 2014, it’s set to be a magical day.  Be inspired! Click here to register for FREE ENTRY and your VIP Bride To Be Goody Bag. 

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

Adamskii Photography for Kathryn S Trueman at The Alnwick Garden

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Wedding Dresses – Claire Pettibone supplied by Kathryn S Trueman Bridal

Photography – Adamskii Photography

Models – Tyler Anderson, Amber Stewart, Chantelle Fairbairn and Bronwyn Stewart

Make-up – K Beautique & Rachael Giles MUA

Hair -  Katie & Leigh at Bassu, Morpeth

Flower Crowns – Emerald Forest Florists

Bouquet -  Love Bouquets

Venue – The Alnwick Garden

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Let’s Get Ready To Rumble! The Brides Up North Bridal Bonanza At Hardwick Hall Hotel – THIS SUNDAY!

February 21st, 2014 | Julia Braime

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Brides Up North Grand Wedding Exhibition Spring 2014

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If you follow the blog over on Twitter and Facebook – you’ll probably have guessed that I am just a little bit excited about kicking off our jam packed season of Brides Up North Luxury Wedding Exhibitions with one of my very favourite events, North East SUPER show, the Brides Up North Bridal Bonanza Grand Wedding Exhibition at the gorgeous 4* Hardwick Hall Hotel in Sedgefield, County Durham THIS SUNDAY (that’s come around quick!) on Sunday 23rd February 2014.  

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If the level of pre-registrations that Team Brides Up North has received from you lovely ladies is anything to go by, it’s going to be an amazing day!  We love hearing your little stories and getting excited with you and we can’t wait to meet so many of you in person.

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Other wedding fairs?  Pah!  What’s the point?! We are very proud to run OFFICIALLY the largest and most exciting FREE ENTRY bridal exhibitions in the North East (our last epic event at Hardwick’s sister hotel, Ramside Hall, attracted over 2,000 visitors in one afternoon – now that’s big!) with two specially choreographed professional fashion shows and almost (and sometimes over) 80 – 100 exhibitors at each, tempting on the day discounts and stuffed goody bags tailor made for each event. I might like things big and exciting, but I also like them personal.

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And yes, you read that right, the events are FREE ENTRY.  Cos I love ya, baby.

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Hardwick Hall Grand Wedding Exhibition Spring 2014

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So, get the first of our huge North East events firmly in the diary (in indelible pen please) and come along to support the most fabulous wedding suppliers in your area – I only work with the best, dahlings – for an inspiration packed afternoon of all that is pretty, new and super gorgeous in the wedding industry.  And the most important bit?  Local to YOU.

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And can I vouch for the beautiful 4* wedding venue that is Hardwick Hall Hotel?  Well, I chose it to host my own wedding day back in October 2012 – and what’s a better recommendation than that?!.

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If you would like to beat the queues, gain speedy entry and grab yourself a FREE Brides Up North Goody Bag packed with little treats from Brides Up North, the regions’ best bridal glossy magazines well as some fab on-the-day-only exhibitor discounts – while stocks last only – you can pre-register for VIP Bride to Be access now. What are you waiting for?

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Girl’s World. Supplier Showcase: Abbie Sizer Photography

February 21st, 2014 | Julia Braime

Abbie Sizer Photography

Happy Friday Brides Up North!  Enjoy that hey-it’s-Friday-the-inbox-can-wait cuppa you’ve got there and take some time out to catch up here on these pages.  It’s been an action packed week with lots of exhibitor introductions to make planning your big day that little bit easier, but this weekend the goings on doesn’t stop there. 

We’re gearing up to open our season with a very big and very beautiful Brides Up North Bridal Bonanza Grand Wedding Exhibition at Hardwick Hall Hotel this Sunday 23rd February 2014, 12pm till 4pm, Free Entry, and can’t wait to see you there.  This is going to be good.  We’ve professional catwalks, 60 + luxury exhibitors and two (huge) hotel suites filled with wedding inspiration and we’re raring to go!  

One lady who will be joining us on Sunday is Brides Up North Featured Supplier Abbie of Abbie Sizer Photography, so whilst I finish stuffing 250 VIP Bride To Be Goody Bags, I thought I’d let her say hello here first!  I’ll leave you with Abbie and see you on Sunday!

Abbie Sizer Photography

Hello Abbie, would you like to introduce yourself? 

Hi, I’m Abbie and I’m a professional freelance wedding photographer. I have had an interest in photography for as long as I can remember but it was at the age of 17 whilst at college that I began to study photography at a professional level. I finished Cleveland college of Art and Design with two A Levels in photography and a BTEC National Diploma in media moving image. I then studied photography at Honours degree level and graduated from University in 2010. Since then I have worked alongside numerous wedding and family portraiture photography companies and established Abbie Sizer Photography in early 2011.

Abbie Sizer Photography

Abbie Sizer Photography

Why wedding photography specifically?

I love wedding photography. I love the romance, the individual creativity and the magic of each couple’s special day. Weddings allow me to be creative and to try new techniques and ideas. No wedding is the ever the same therefore my job is forever changing, challenging and exciting.

Abbie Sizer Photography

What is your favourite thing about being a wedding photographer?

I get ‘front row seats’ to lots of lovely weddings! In particular I like the wedding morning. Most brides invite me to spend the morning photographing the bridal preparations; I get to see the nervousness, the last minute preparations and the build up of the excitement.

Abbie Sizer Photography

Abbie Sizer Photography

Abbie Sizer Photography

How do you get couples to relax on the day?

My wedding day photography package includes a pre-wedding photo-shoot. This can be an engagement shoot, a family photo-shoot or even a pet photo-shoot! I use this as an opportunity to get to know the couple, find out their likes and dislikes, what style of photographs they like and how they prefer to work. The most important thing and the main aim of the pre-wedding photo-shoot is for the couple to feel comfortable in front of myself and the camera.

Abbie Sizer Photography

Any really memorable weddings that you have captured?

Last year I photographed a wedding which took place in a marquee on a family farm on the North Yorkshire Moors. The wedding was simple and perfect. Everything was lovingly handmade, even the bunting that ran the full length of the huge marquee. The happy couple had provided their guests with wellies ready for the outside dancing under the fairy lights and stars. The evening showcased a live local band and the whole day felt magical.

Abbie Sizer Photography

Abbie Sizer Photography

Abbie Sizer Photography

What sets you apart from other wedding photographers?

I like to spend time getting to know you before your big day. We head out on a separate engagement photo-shoot session, we work together on your ‘essential photo-list’ and we discuss photography likes and dislikes.

Each part of your wedding day is as important as the other, from bridal preparations into the evening celebrations, I will start when you want me start and finish when you want me to finish.

I bring a female photographer’s perspective to your day. You can guarantee that I will not miss those diamond earrings or your Jimmy Choos. I will photograph the extra lace detailing on your bouquet and your something borrowed and blue.

Abbie Sizer Photography

Abbie Sizer Photography

What can a couple who book you expect on the day?

Couples who book with me can expect quality, attention to detail, reliability and a happy, memorable, wedding day photography experience.

What is included in your "package"?

Here at Abbie Sizer Photography we have just one wedding day photography package. This package includes all the ins and outs and there are absolutely no hidden extras.

· On your wedding day I will arrive when you ask me to arrive and finish when you ask me to finish, whether that be joining you early morning for those very first preparations or staying into the evening until your first dance.

· Two fully qualified photographers to capture your wedding day from all angles. Photographing all those special moments and those natural, off camera, so easily missed moments.

· A pre-wedding consultation where we can get to know each other, discuss ideas and put together your ‘essentials photo list’.

· A bonus engagement photo-shoot. A brilliant idea for discovering how each other works, your preferred style of photography and to have you feeling at ease in front of me and the camera.

· Full professional processing work on all of your images with a mixture of colour, black & white and sepia imagery.

· Every image will be then presented to you on copyright free, presonalised DVD’s inside beautifully handcrafted presentation cases.

· You will be able to print from your disc at your leisure and use on the Internet without watermarks.

· New in 2014 your very own ‘Bellissimo Lifestyle’ wedding album.

Can you give us an idea on price?

Our full day wedding photography package is priced at £990.

Abbie Sizer Photography

How can Brides Up North get in touch with you/ see more examples of your work?

If you’re interested and would like to arrange a no obligation meeting then get in touch at www.abbiesizerphotography.co.uk or call 07896 816 634.

Abbie Sizer Photography

Abbie Sizer Photography

Anything else we should know?

I work closely with Strike A Pose Wedding Videography. Although a photograph speaks a thousand words, there are some moments of your wedding day that even a photograph can’t capture as well as a video.

Your vows are a moment that you will want to relive, as are your speeches and maybe even your first dance! Strike A Pose Wedding Videography are a team of videographers that creative beautiful wedding day movies for bride and grooms. They’re unobtrusive in their filming and they have a talent for helping guests feel at ease in front of the camera. Their wedding movies typically last around 30 minutes, are edited to the couples’ very own soundtrack and portray all the emotions, excitement and laughter of the wedding day perfectly.

Abbie Sizer Photography and Strike A Pose Wedding Videography offer a combined photography and movie package so that you can have the best of both worlds.  They will be exhibiting together at The Brides Up North Bridal Bonanza Grand Wedding Exhibition at Hardwick Hall Hotel this Sunday 23rd February 2014.  Click here to reserve your VIP Bride To Be Goody Bag. 

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You Are My Resolution. Justin Alexander & A Bird Cage Veil For A New Year’s Eve Real Wedding At Langley Castle – Amy & Anthony

February 20th, 2014 | Julia Braime

Paul Santos Photography

The turn of the year seems so long ago now doesn’t it?  After being deluged by storms and darkness, if anyone’s kept their New Year’s resolutions by now, it’ll be a small miracle, right? 

Well, funnily enough though, for once I have, so allow me a moment of smug!  Mine were simple – stress less, exercise more and prioritise the things (and folk) I love most.  So far I’m on the right track.  How are you checking in?  March is a new month after all…

Two people who are sure to have kept their resolutions and promises are today’s beautiful bride Amy and her new husband Anthony, who said their vows in front of friends and family in Hexham on New Year’s Eve.  This morning they are here to share their celebration with us.

With images by Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Amy says:  We got engaged on March 29th 2012, we had just been on a ride on the gondolas in Venice when Anthony popped the question.

Paul Santos Photography

We were married on December 31st 2013.  We had the most fantastic ceremony held at Hexham Abbey with a reception at Langley Castle.

We chose our venues based on the history and style of buildings.  We had wanted a very grand wedding with it being New Year’s Eve and wanted a day for everyone to remember.

Hexham Abbey was chosen to hold our ceremony as the religious side of things was taken very seriously at the Abbey making the day very personal, but it was also set in one of the most beautiful churches we have visited in the North East. Langley Castle gave us another grand and elegant building to host our reception and it had such good reviews from previous brides and grooms. The entrance to the castle was a main selling point.

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

We didn’t have a theme, we just wanted to create a day to remember.  Most people are at a loose end on New Year’s Eve so we wanted to celebrate the date in locations that people would remember for years to come.

We chose a colour scheme of black, red and ivory. Red was to tie in with the colours of the castle and blacks were to bring in a classic look to go with New Year’s Eve.

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

After nearly a year of hunting I finally found a dress that was different to anything I had seen.  I went for a fish tail style lace overlay dress designed by Justin Alexander and by one of his private labels so I knew it would be very unlikely that others would have seen this dress. As it is sold only in limited shops across the UK and can’t be viewed on his website, it gave me the exclusive look I had desired. I got my dress from Wild Brides At Heart in Durham City Centre.

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

My bridesmaids wore one shoulder Dessy dresses purchased from Isabelles Brides in Easington.  I wanted a classic look to go with the style of wedding and we wanted our maid of honour and best man to stand out so they wore claret red whilst the rest of the groomsmen and bridesmaids wore black. The men wore French Connection evening suits with dicky bow ties for a classic evening look.

Paul Santos Photography

My flowers were put together by Wild and Wonderful Flowers and consisted of deep red roses, black berries and ivory roses to blend in with the colour theme. 

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

I travelled in a Rolls Royce provided by Webbs Special Occasion Cars, and the guests were transported to on a 1900 Routemaster London bus from Henry Cooper Coaches, Northumberland. 

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

My favourite part of the day was our ceremony.  It was so meaningful and very touching.  To add an extra special touch, during the signing of the register we had a recently signed professional opera singer performing which made the ceremony so elegant.

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Our wedding cake was kindly made by Anthony’s auntie who makes cakes in her spare time.

Paul Santos Photography

We chose Gary James who performs swing and Michael Buble numbers for our entertainment.  Gary sang throughout the meal which was a great touch as it took away the clattering of knifes and forks and helped the meal run even more smoothly.  In the evening we had an acoustic singer called Alex Dobson who put his own spin on various new releases by bands and singers, before going into a traditional disco on the evening.

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Paul Santos Photography

Following the wedding we jetted off on honeymoon to Lucea, Jamaica. 

Paul Santos Photography

My top tip for other Brides Up North would be that before booking any suppliers do your research and never book based on price alone.  To ensure quality and value for money we sometimes had to bend our budget, but by doing this we got some of the best suppliers out there who had amazing reviews. Always read reviews before booking!

Paul Santos Photography

Congratulations Amy & Anthony!

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Natural Vintage. Maggie Sottero For A Real Tipi Wedding In Durham – Kathryn & Dean

February 6th, 2014 | Julia Braime

SDS Photography

A tortoise in a tutu, heaps of lace, pearls and roses and a Real Wedding in a tipi in my home town.  Thursday mornings don’t get much better than that!  Today we join North East couple Kathryn and Dean for their celebration under canvas in County Durham.

With images by SDS Photography

SDS Photography

Kathryn says:  We got engaged on Christmas Day 2012. Dean had planned different scenarios on how and where he was going to propose, depending on the weather. Because it didn’t snow outside, he made it snow inside. Dean covered the living room in fake snow and played our favourite Christmas song – there was a big box in the middle of the room filled with lots of smaller boxes (like Russian dolls). I had wanted a watch for Christmas so when I got to the last box, it was quite big so I thought it was the watch, but there was nothing inside it – I looked up and Dean had big sheets of card with the words of our favourite Christmas song “All I want for Christmas is You”, after each card he dropped the cards, one by one; “Love Actually” style. After the last one he got down on one knee and pulled out a ring box with a gorgeous diamond ring in! Needless to say by this point I was in tears and obviously said yes!

SDS Photography

We were married on 26th October 2013 at Elvet Methodist Church in Durham followed by a reception in giant tipis in a friend’s field close to Ushaw College.

We had 5 giant tipis supplied by Special Event Tipis, they were joined together to make one huge marquee style space, one of which was the bar and chill out area, and one was for the band and dance floor area, and the other 3 were the main seating area for the meal. We had over 170 guests during the day with an additional 70 in the evening.

SDS Photography

We chose to use tipis because we fancied something a little different!  My sister and I used to have a business supplying chair covers and sashes for weddings so I had been to most venues in the North East so I wanted something totally different and special!

As soon as I went the visit the tipis, I knew they were exactly what I wanted. Dean wasn’t able to see the tipis before the wedding so he was a little sceptical about the idea, he only saw them the day before the wedding when we were setting them up, but he highly approved, much to my relief.

SDS Photography

SDS Photography

SDS Photography

We went for a natural and vintage feel with lots of lace & pearls. We also had a recurrent theme of logs; from a picture of a tree stump in the corner of our invitations with our initials carved in it, hollowed out tree stumps and logs filled with flowers for the table centre pieces and giant slices of bark covered tree trunk were used as cake stands for our traditional wedding cake and cheese wedding cake.

Our colour scheme was quite neutral with pale gold and ivory.

SDS Photography

My dress was from the Wedding Wardrobe at Chester-le-Street and was a Maggie Sottero dress called Grace. It was a very pale gold satin covered in ivory lace. To make it my own, I bought a handmade vintage style necklace and bracelet and had the necklace sewed into the front of my dress under the bust and the bracelet was attached to the top of my veil. I had these removed after the wedding to keep and wear as jewellery.

SDS Photography

I had too many close friends and sisters to choose from so decided to only have four small bridesmaids, my nieces. I got their dresses from BHS and teamed them with a cream cardigan from John Lewis. The dresses were pale gold satin with a lace bodice, they matched my dress perfectly!

The men wore dark navy, 3 piece suits which we bought from Next (it proved quite difficult as the men live all over the country) with a white shirt and vintage gold patterned tie form M&S. I also had my nephew as a page boy who wore a navy suit form Monsoon and we had one of the mens’ ties made smaller to fit him.

SDS Photography

SDS Photography

SDS Photography

SDS Photography

SDS Photography

I had a beautiful bouquet which had white avalanche roses, Roralie roses which were a pale peach/cream colour, talea roses which were a vintage peach/champagne colour, spray snowflake roses, white hydrangea and wax flowers and we also added old brooches which I had collected from antiques fairs and strings of pearls to keep the vintage theme going.  All our flowers were by Country Style at Langley Park. 

SDS Photography

We travelled in a cream VW split screen Campervan from Lovedub Cars called Chaz – he was beautiful.

SDS Photography

SDS Photography

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