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downton decadence. an english country garden wedding at carlton towers – natasha & matthew

March 17th, 2017 | Laura McDonagh

A Garden Wedding at Carlton Towers (c) Laura Calderwood Photography (53)

Today’s real wedding couple might have got engaged amidst the bright lights of NYC, but chose a very different theme for their summer wedding: an English country garden x Downton Abbey inspired celebration. In fact, bride Natasha admits that her guiding mantra during planning was WWLMD? (What Would Lady Mary Do?)

Looking at these gorgeous blooms, floral confetti and the Gothic-style setting of their stunning Yorkshire venue, it’s a mantra that served them well. On with the pretty!

With photography by Brides Up North Sponsor Laura Calderwood.

A Garden Wedding at Carlton Towers (c) Laura Calderwood Photography (31)

natasha says: Matt proposed on Christmas Day in Central Park in New York. We’d spent Christmas morning exploring Times Square and decided to go for a walk. We were watching the skaters on the ice rink when he got down on one knee and asked if I would marry him. Of course I said (or, should I say, screamed) “Yes”!

A Garden Wedding at Carlton Towers (c) Laura Calderwood Photography (49)

Our wedding date was 6th August 2016. We originally tried booking the ever-popular Bank Holiday weekend but this date was taken, so we went for the 6th. It probably sounds strange but I had a strange feeling then that we’d have really good weather that day. Luckily, I was right! The sun shone all day and it rained like crazy on the August bank holiday. It was a blessing in disguise that date was taken!

We got married at Carlton Towers in Yorkshire. I had actually provisionally booked another venue and decided on a whim to go visit Carlton Towers because my uncle recommended it. I completely fell in love with the Gothic-style turrets and opulent Venetian Drawing Room and knew it was the place for us. I’m so glad I took a chance on it!

A Garden Wedding at Carlton Towers (c) Laura Calderwood Photography (36)

The theme was ‘Downton Abbey’. I wanted something romantic and classic with a feel of English country garden to it. If I ever had to make a decision during the planning process, I’d ask myself, ‘Would Lady Mary like this?’ If the answer was yes, then I’d go with it!

We chose a blush palette with petal pinks and ivory as the main colours. We wanted something fresh and pretty that had a summer wedding feel.

A Garden Wedding at Carlton Towers (c) Laura Calderwood Photography (32)

I wore a Justin Alexander mermaid-style gown in ‘Sand and Silver’ from the Harrogate Wedding Lounge. It was actually the second dress I tried on and as soon as I stood in front of the mirror I knew it was the one. The mermaid-style complemented my curvy figure (and, most importantly, nipped me in all of the right places) and the detailing made it stand out from the others. I also absolutely loved the colour. It was much warmer than a traditional ivory, which complemented my slightly olive skin tone.

Matt and the groomsmen wore royal blue suits from Charles Tyrwhitt. The blush pink ties/pocket squares were from Swagger and Swoon.

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Flower Power. Supplier Showcase: Firenza Floral Design

October 30th, 2013 | Julia Braime

Image (c) James Melia for Firenza Floral Design

It’s bloomin’ beautiful on the wedding blog today isn’t it?!  After this morning’s gorgeous wildflower wedding, I’m proud to introduce you to Yorkshire based florist and Brides Up North Featured Supplier Fiona of  Firenza Floral Design.  This talented lady is a wizard with wedding flowers. You need her in your life. 

Image (c) Ann Kathrin Koch for Firenza Floral Design

How and when did you become a floral designer?

I’ve always had a passion for flowers and love being at work in my garden, although I actually trained and worked for many years in the print industry. I loved what I did but it was very technical and I am a naturally creative soul. Having always wanted to venture into floristry, I realised I’d regret not trying and so, in 2005, I decided to bite the bullet and do something about it.

I continued working full time and spent my weekends gaining invaluable work experience at a local flower shop. I volunteered help on an ad hoc basis for almost two years before I had the confidence to leave full time employment, retrain and pursue my dream career as a florist.

So, in 2005, I waved goodbye to my company car and pension and headed off to London to attend the Jane Packer Flower School career course. I rented a flat opposite Selfridges, within walking distance of the Flower School and had an inspirational and liberating month living back in London and learning the skills that I’d dreamt of.

Image (c) Laura Calderwood Photography for Firenza Floral Design

Image (c) Lissa Alexandra Photography for Firenza Floral Design

Where does the name Firenza come from?

The business is named after my nana, Florence, or “Firenza” in Italian. I wanted to make the business name personal to me and after I had chosen it I found out that the meaning of the name “Florence” is “flowering” or “blossoming”, so it was even more appropriate than I had first realised!

Image (c) Laura Calderwood Photography for Firenza Floral Design

Where are you located and will you travel?

Our large workshop is near my home just outside Halifax, West Yorkshire, overlooking the hills towards Ripponden and beyond. It consists of a large consultation area, an office, workshop, and of course, the all-important cutting gardens. We are very close to the Yorkshire/Lancashire border and we also have a private workshop near Cheadle in Cheshire. Distance isn’t a problem and we regularly travel far and wide – wherever the weddings take us!

Image (c) Lissa Alexandra Photography for Firenza Floral Design

What services do you offer for Brides To Be?

Firenza Floral Design is a specialist wedding and event florist and provide flowers for every part of the day. We aim to make the whole process enjoyable and special; from the initial meeting; to the wedding itself where we set up the church and/or venue flowers; delivering the bridal flowers on the morning of the wedding; then taking all the hired items away again afterwards, so our couples don’t have to worry about a thing.

Our style is a very natural, relaxed, garden style, using the sort of flowers you would see growing in a beautiful cottage garden, especially scented flowers and herbs.

Image (c) Laura Calderwood Photography for Firenza Floral Design

What about extra little details?  Do you offer a hire service for accessories and decorations?

We have a large collection of accessories including vases, lanterns, candelabra and tea-light holders, to name a few, all of which are available for our couples to hire. All these are on view at our workshop in Halifax and provide a source of inspiration during consultations.

Image (c) James Melia for Firenza Floral Design

Tell Brides Up North about your “home grown” flowers?

I am already growing a large amount of herbs and foliage for use in our weddings, but this year I have started work to convert an area of ridiculously steep waste grassland within our gardens to grow more cut flowers and herbs, which combined with our established gardens will provide a lot of flowers as well.

Work is well underway on our cutting beds – we have three raised beds all ready to start growing properly into 2014. They are on the steepest land imaginable and have been a challenge to build, especially when combined with a very busy wedding season!

This is something I feel really passionate about, I have always adored gardening and the last few years have been so busy with weddings my poor garden has just been totally neglected, which was making me very frustrated. So my (possibly rather strange) logic was if I make it part of the business I HAVE to do it and it has actually proved to be the case! I must admit though my first foray into serious seed growing was not particularly successful but I don’t yet have a greenhouse so that’s going on my list to Santa!

As part of this process I have met some fabulous growers across the country and I always use British growers where possible. I am also part of the lovely “Flowers from the Farm” network where I keep in touch with, and support, local flower growers.

Image (c) James Melia for Firenza Floral Design

What sets your business apart from your competitors?

As well as the above, we specialise in using scented flowers and herbs, a lot of which are grown in my own garden. The unique ability of a particular smell to remind us of times, places and memories, is the reason why I’m so keen to use scent as much as possible in my weddings.

We use a lot of typical garden flowers like forget-me-nots, aquilegia, clematis and even buttercups, which give our flowers their very distinctive natural, garden style.

Image (c) Laura Calderwood Photography for Firenza Floral Design

Image (c) Laura Calderwood Photography for Firenza Floral Design

Tell us about some of the industry connections you have made and shoots that you have worked on since launching your business?

We have met some lovely people along the way and have built up some fabulous relationships with many fellow suppliers. We’ve worked a lot with the lovely people from PapaKata and have worked on many of their 2013 weddings, they are great to work with and our natural style flowers particularly suit their tipis.

Since setting up in 2005, we’ve worked on several shoots with great photographers including Damian Hall, Barnaby Aldrick, Shelly from Toast, Sarah Mason and Lissa Alexandra, to name a few. One of our former brides has recently set up her own photography business, Laura Calderwood Photography, her work is beautiful and we have worked a lot together this year as well. We’re currently working on a series of shoots with local photographer James Melia and make up artist Jo BLiham. We all share a similar style and the shoots we’ve worked on so far have been truly beautiful, some of which have been picked up by the wedding media.

Image (c) Andy Sutcliffe Photography for Firenza Floral Design

What have been your professional highlights to date?

In July 2012 we were commissioned to provide flowers for Her Majesty The Queen. This was so exciting, although a little terrifying, if I’m honest. The brief was not to be “too weddingy”, so I stuck with my natural, gathered, garden style and imagined the sort of flowers that she would choose. I opted for bright cerise Yves Piaget rose, which is gloriously scented, with lilac delphinium, blackberries, purple clematis, mint, pink campanula, Artemisia, antirrhinum, stocks and hydrangea. The presentation bouquet for Her Majesty had a selection of these, with pink peony and monarda – it was an absolute honour and a very proud day!

What are your favourite wedding floristry looks for 2013?  What trends do you see emerging?

Our style of floristry is timeless and not particularly trend-led and I will always be a huge fan of very natural and unfussy designs. The just-picked look is still very popular and will remain so into 2014. There is a move towards more mixed and bright colours and in a much more unstructured style – less rose domes and more wild, natural and untamed designs.

Image (c) Lissa Alexandra Photography for Firenza Floral Design

Image (c) Lissa Alexandra Photography for Firenza Floral Design

Image (c) Laura Calderwood Photography for Firenza Floral Design

What would be your top tips for a Bride To Be when choosing her wedding flowers?

Allow your florist to have as much free reign as possible – I don’t mean just let them do what they want, but rather guide them with an idea of the sort of look you are after, what flowers you like and dislike, and then let the florist do the rest. This way you benefit far more from their creativity and you get a totally bespoke look designed specifically for you. If the florist understands your vision, it gives them the confidence that if they see the most beautiful but unexpected flower at the market that week, they can use it and you will love it. The more prescriptive a bride to be is, the less creative the florist can be.

Also, take some time to look at previous work the florist has done and consider whether it is in line with what you want, before asking them to give you a quote. I wouldn’t expect someone to come to us looking for a contemporary and off-the-wall design, because that just isn’t our style. All florists have their own natural style and pictures on their website blog or Facebook page or displays at wedding fairs will reflect this and help to show you their signature style.

Finally, don’t feel you always have to use the colour of the bridesmaid dresses in the flowers, especially if it is an unusual colour, instead you could use the dresses as a backdrop for a different colour scheme. For example, if you have a royal blue colour scheme you could consider opting for flowers that compliment it instead, perhaps using ivories, greens and blush pinks or maybe ivories, peaches and oranges. If your chosen colour scheme is particularly dark, I would always recommend using tones of the colour as well, to prevent a clash of dark and light colours, so instead of just using red and white flowers for example, introduce ivories as well as pale and darker pinks as this gives a far more cohesive appearance.

Image (c) S6 Photography for Firenza Floral Design

What would be your no-nos?

I really dislike dyed or artificially coloured flowers, especially the rainbow rose, which in my eyes is just wrong I’m afraid! Nature is so beautiful on it’s own so we should use what nature gave us. I would suggest finding other ways of bringing in unusual colour schemes, maybe through ribbon, or brooches.

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Who would be your dream client and why?

George Clooney. He seems to be the sort of person who would choose our flowers, his style is so understated and classy, with nothing too glitzy or bling. I think he would want very natural and beautiful flowers. He has a villa on Lake Como (one of my favourite places) and I have a vision of a ceremony outside, under rose covered pergolas on a late spring/early summer day, it’s sunny but not too hot, with the lake in the background and oodles of displays of scented garden roses, scented stocks, herbs, peonies, delphiniums and hydrangea. His bride is carrying a very simple but beautiful bouquet of herbs, roses and peonies in blush pinks and ivories…ah well…we can all dream… (the number is below George if you’re interested)!

Image (c) James Melia for Firenza Floral Design

Image (c) James Melia for Firenza Floral Design

Are there any really memorable weddings that you have worked on?

They are all memorable in their own way, but a recent one we worked on was a little different. Flowers were really important to Georgie, she wanted a very natural, forest floor type theme, which all worked fabulously with her tipi wedding and we created a lot of beautiful displays for her. But, the memorable thing for me was that she arrived at the wedding breakfast on a white horse (something I’d always wanted to do) and I just love this shot of her with her bouquet. Apparently the horse bucked at one point but she clung determinedly onto her bouquet throughout!

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Which weddings or shoots do you have coming up that you are really excited about?

We worked on a wedding a couple of months ago where not only did the bride wear a crown of ivy and daisies in her hair, but the groom wore a flower crown as well, which he was most excited about. I imagine this will be the first and last time I design a flower crown for a groom and it was great to get creative!

Image (c) James Melia for Firenza Floral Design

Can you give Brides Up North an idea on price?

It’s a bit “how long is piece of string?” I’m afraid. That is almost impossible to answer as everything is totally designed around each couple, I will say that working on a percentage of your wedding spend, which a lot of magazines seem to suggest, is not always the way to go as it doesn’t take into account whether you want a lot of flowers at the church, whether there are a lot of bridesmaids or table centres, how time consuming the set-up is, or even the sort of flowers/herbs you want and it seems to result in some very unrealistic expectations! It may seem very obvious but the more flowers you want the more it will cost. There is a very rough price guide on our website which can help with budgeting purposes but we always suggest a full consultation before giving more specific ideas on price.

Image (c) Laura Calderwood Photography for Firenza Floral Design

Image (c) Laura Calderwood Photography for Firenza Floral Design

How can Brides Up North see examples of your work or find out more?

We offer consultations our beautiful studio and workshop in West Yorkshire. For more information visit www.firenzafloraldesign.co.uk or ring 01422 835540.

You can follow Firenza Floral Design on Facebook and on Twitter

Image (c) James Melia for Firenza Floral Design

 

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Fabulous Photographer: Laura Calderwood Photography PLUS A Cool £100 Off For Wedding Blog Readers!

March 7th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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Another day, another fabulous local supplier to share with you.  That’s the point readers: local.  These talents are home grown, on your doorstep, and ready to go above and beyond to make your wedding day the most wonderful of your lives.  If you haven’t already, check out the Brides Up North Directory (soon to be a little more all singing, all dancing… watch this space) for the details of the best wedding industry suppliers in your regional locality.

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Today it’s the turn of fabulous photographer Laura Calderwood Photography, whose gorgeous images are gracing the wedding blog’s swirly silver pages this morning.  Not only is Laura’s work clearly amazing – clear, romantic, capture the moment stuff – but she’s a lot of fun too.  Plus, she’s offering every Brides Up North reader who books her for their 2013 wedding before 31st May 2013 a super generous £100 off her basic wedding package!

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Lets’ meet her. 

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How did you get into wedding photography?

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I always wished I could be one of those people who knew exactly what they wanted to do when they left school, but I really wasn’t! I have always loved taking photographs, but it was a hobby and I mostly photographed flowers, animals, textures – anything I thought was pretty basically! Then I got married and our wedding photos were so amazing, I remember thinking “I wish I could do that”. So a couple of years later I decided to attend some photography workshops so that I could learn about photographing people rather than things and that was it, I was hooked!

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Why wedding photography specifically?

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There’s something magical about weddings. It’s the most important day in people’s lives and you get to share it with them, could there be anything better than that? Plus I get to read wedding magazines and play on Pinterest as part of my job!

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What is your favourite thing about being a wedding photographer?

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So many things! Getting to meet so many wonderful couples and their families. The excitement and nerves on the morning of a wedding. Seeing the look on the groom’s face when he sees his bride for the first time. The dress. The shoes! There’s such an incredible atmosphere, and the happiness is intoxicating – I always leave a wedding on such a high and babble at my husband about it for hours afterwards!

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How do you get couples to relax on the day?

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I like to meet couples a few weeks or months before their wedding for a pre-wedding shoot. It’s a great way for us all to get to know each other better, and for brides- and grooms-to-be to practise being photographed together. It really does help you to relax and feel comfortable in front of the camera, that way when the wedding day arrives you know exactly what to expect and it’s like having another friend there. A slightly bonkers friend with a cupcake obsession…

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I’m also on hand on the wedding day to give advice and support to nervous brides and grooms, to sort out wonky buttonholes, to help things run on time, and to make people laugh. And I always carry an emergency stash of safety pins, Kirby grips, and tissues. And Haribo.

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Any advice to any brides who don’t like to have their picture taken?

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Almost every bride I’ve met has warned me that they’re not very photogenic, or that they feel awkward in front of the camera and want to run away and hide. Grooms too. And I know exactly how they feel! My advice is always to make sure that you choose a photographer who you think you will get on well with, and who will listen to you and help to calm your nerves. A pre-wedding shoot is a great way to get lots of practice in front of a camera, and gives you a chance to see that you actually look great in photographs. Trust me, I’ve been there!

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What sort of makeup should a bride wear to look great in her pictures?

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To be honest I would say wear whatever makeup you like! It’s your wedding, so do it your way. If you’re thinking of booking a professional makeup artist then I would recommend having a trial beforehand so that you know exactly what you’ll look like on the day. The most important thing is that you feel comfortable.

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Anything to avoid which might look bad in the wedding pictures?

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Your photographer should give you tips on how/where to stand, where to hold your bouquet, what to do with your hands and so on. I think the only thing that makes for bad wedding pictures is when people look awkward or uncomfortable. Wedding photographs should be as individual as you are, and they should reflect your relationship and the two of you as a couple. If you’re not the nuzzling and smooching in public type (unlike my husband and I, who really are!), but your photographer is asking you behave that way, then your discomfort will show in your photographs. Again that’s why I like to get to know brides and grooms really well before their wedding, and to give them lots of practice at being photographed together.

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Which celebrity wedding would you most like to photograph and why?

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Hmm, probably Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III of Monaco. So glamorous. And her dress was incredible! Although I also absolutely love Ellen Degeneres, I think she’s hilarious, and her wedding to Portia de Rossi was beautiful. The images I’ve seen are gorgeous – I wish I’d taken them! It might just be me but I think that a lot of celebrity weddings tend to be quite posed and “look at me!”, but Ellen and Portia were very much “look where you like, I’m only looking at her”, and that’s what I love.

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Any really memorable weddings that you have captured?

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Sick buckets at the ready folks: I really do think that all weddings are beautiful in their own way (I warned you!).  Although I photographed my friend Sally’s wedding last year, and that was wonderful. Sally has been one of my closest friends for years, and it was great to be able to share the whole day with her and her lovely husband.

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Are you married? Tell us about your day.

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You’ve probably already worked it out but yup, I sure am! My husband Jamie and I were married at Fountains Abbey in September 2009. It really was perfect, despite the best man with a hangover and a pageboy who farted during the ceremony! My dress was huge, as was the chocolate cake! There wasn’t a theme really, although there was a lot of purple and butterflies. Of course if I could do it again it would be completely different. That’s one of the great things about being a wedding photographer – I get to live vicariously through other people’s weddings, which makes me less disappointed that I can’t have a wedding of my own every year!

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Any funny stories to share?

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It always makes me giggle when a groom can’t get the wedding ring on his bride’s finger. It happens quite a lot! Oh, and a piece of advice for anybody getting married at The Saddleworth Hotel near Manchester: if the wedding breakfast is taking place in the room downstairs, do NOT stand on the glass bridge above in a wedding dress because everyone downstairs will be able to see your undercrackers!

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What sets you apart from other wedding photographers?

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Straight to the point: me!  I hope that doesn’t make sound arrogant, because I’m not in the slightest! What I mean is that every photographer is unique because of who they are and this translates into how they work. I have a very relaxed and laid-back approach to photographing couples, and as a result I produce relaxed and natural images. And they’re the kind of images that I love. The ones that say something about you both and your relationship; whether it’s a sneaky kiss when you think no one’s looking, or a bride giggling after her husband tells her a dirty joke! That’s why I like to get to know couples before their wedding, not just during the pre-wedding shoot when I’m mostly behind a camera, but talking over tea (and cake!) about how they met, the proposal, and all the little details of their big day. I also love to spend some time with couples at their wedding venue to see what’s happening where and if they have any ideas for locations for photographs and so on.

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Oh, and I usually supply homemade cupcakes and/or cookies!

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

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My job is to tell the story of each couples’ wedding, so I will be there all day – from the bridal preparations right through until the first dance, or longer if there’s anything extra planned. I try to be discreet and unobtrusive, capturing moments as they happen without getting in the way of the bride and groom and their guests. At some point in the day, usually while guests are enjoying champagne and canapés (or in the case of my wedding, tea and cupcakes!), I like to take the newlyweds away for a short while to capture some beautiful shots of them together. This is also a chance for you to relax and take a breath, and let it all sink in – you just got married, eeek!

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And of course most important of all, we’ll have fun!

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What is included in your "package"?

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I like to keep things simple, so I offer one basic wedding package, and then albums, prints and so on can be added to that. My basic package includes:

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– Detailed consultations where we can discuss all the little details of your wedding, what you’re looking for from me, and get to know each other better.

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– A pre-wedding engagement shoot where you spend some time practicing being in front of the camera, I can help you to feel comfortable being photographed together, and we get some great photos of the two of you. The pre-wedding shoot usually takes place during the week when it’s quieter but that’s not set in stone!

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– Online gallery and slideshow of your pre-wedding images (usually around 30 – 40). 

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Coverage of your wedding by little ol’ me from the bridal preparations until at least the first dance.

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– An on-the-day slideshow of your wedding so far (facilities and time permitting).

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– Careful and professional editing of all of your images, with retouching if required.

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– A secure online slideshow and gallery of all your images on my website (usually between 300 and 400).

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– High-resolution digital copies of all of your pre-wedding and wedding images on disc, with personal printing rights

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In addition to this basic package I also offer a range of wedding albums, coffee table books, framed prints, canvases and more!

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Can you give us an idea on price?

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My basic wedding package costs £1250. Coffee table books start at £200, and albums start at £450.  If any Brides Up North readers book me for their 2013 wedding before 31st May 2013 I’ll knock £100 off my basic wedding package!

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

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The best way to get in touch with me is by email at lauracalderwood@hotmail.co.uk or by phone on 07763 153047. You can see more examples of my work on my website http://www.lauracalderwood.co.uk and on my blog (http://www.lauracalderwood.co.uk/blog). And I’m always happy to meet with couples to show them some sample albums, and chat about their wedding and what they’re looking for from their photographer, with no obligation to book me.

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Anything else we should know?

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I could happily live on cake, biscuits and tea. And chimichangas. Plus I always do a little dance when I say chimichangas. I want a Dachshund. Actually two. I quote Friends way more than is normal. I know all 50 US states and their capitals – I just can’t seem to un-learn it! In other words I’m a bit of a nutter-butter, but it’s very endearing!

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