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The Life & Times Of A Wedding Blogger: Behind The Blog

January 19th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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Wow.  It’s been an action packed couple of months behind the scenes here at Northern Revolution HQ.  A busy, but fabulous blur, with a blink and you’ll miss it family Christmas.  I’m still catching my breath from 2012 as we forge ahead with our best laid plans (and some exciting new challenges) this month. Have you checked out our action packed Brides Up North Luxury Wedding Exhibition schedule, starting at Allerton Castle on Sunday 17th February?!  Click the big pink banner at the top of the page!

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As well as the usual action packed writing, work and events schedule, whilst everyone else was hibernating we’ve thrown in the launch of a rather fabulous stately pile and brand new wedding venue at Thorp Perrow in North Yorkshire, styled some beautiful Brides Up North inspiration shoots, submitted a raft of freelance articles for the biggest and best regional and national bridal titles, completed a spot of judging for The Wedding Industry Awards and The Wedding Ideas Magazine Awards, welcomed some fabulous new Featured Suppliers to our Directory, packed up and shipped out for a long overdue huge home and office move to the (currently in a state of drilling, painting and dodgy server disarray) new Brides Up North HQ and the most important job of all: been cooking this brand new baby!

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Something tells me that the next few months are going to be the most interesting of all… eep! I am so excited.

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1  Welcome to the weekend!

2  A beautiful and snowy Allerton Castle

3  Brides Up North in print

4  Startlingly good Christmas decorations at The Dome in Edinburgh

5  Some Brides-Up-North-Pink Christmas cards, ready to go!

6  Celebrating the season with friends

7  A Scottish thistle sporting the prettiest purple shade on a work trip

8  Deserts on the conveyor belt at the Harvey Nichols Forth Floor Cafe – genius!

9  Pink crystal chandeliers at Thorp Perrow – equally genius!

10 Decorating chaos

11 A glitter mani – becoming a style staple

12 Joanna of Twisted Willow Floristry working her magic

13 Our beautiful, alternative tree

14 Making plans

15 Merry Christmas, deer!

16 The hubby, hard at work

17 Brides Up North leads the un-vintage rebellion in Wedding Magazine 

18 Have trailer, will travel!

19 Not a fashion shoot: my life, on rails

20 Discarded tulle and sequins

21 On location with Curvy Bridal 

22 Some baby buys…

23 Bed shopping, method style

24 First night pizza!

25 Let it snow

26 Keeping up appearances… my chill out time!

27 A cheeky spot of preggers DIY

28  5,000 Brides Up North VIP Goody Bags, ready for filling

29  So excited for our luxury bridal exhibitions this season!

30 A tiny patch of new baby yellow on the stripped nursery wall…

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Nicole Scherzinger Has Nothing On Me! Judging The Wedding Industry Awards 2013

November 27th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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Ok, except the looks, international pop career and racing driver beau.  But hear me out. 

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Last week I spent a pleasant few days trawling through the regional shortlists for The Wedding Industry Awards 2013.  I was thrilled to be invited to sit as a consultant judge on this prestigious panel for the second year in a row and I am pleased to continue to represent the regions in this important role. 

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Nicole Scherzinger comparisons aside, I take my judging job very seriously, checking out each and every shortlisted wedding business’ website alongside the votes from the companies’ clients so that my final choices are informed and fair.

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The Wedding Industry Awards

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This year I put in a special request to judge the Southern shortlists only, so that I could be completely unbiased in the decision making process – with the whole Northern Revolution thing going on over here I just love my Northern industry friends a little too much!  I’ll still be rooting for them in the final stages though!

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We are expecting an announcement for the Regional Award Winners (our finalists) very shortly, before the overall winners are announced at the glittering Awards event on Wednesday 9th January 2013 at The Bloomsbury Ballroom, so I thought that now would be a great time to share a little more about the Awards, the process and their ethos with you, by chatting to their founder and coordinator Damian Bailey. 

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Video by Lilac Films

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Damian says: The Wedding Industry Awards (TWIA) aims to sit between the word of mouth that drives the industry and suppliers’ own marketing. We want to recognise and reward the very best wedding suppliers whilst helping people make better educated decisions when looking for suppliers for their wedding.  The Wedding Industry Awards are aimed at all wedding suppliers and anyone organising a wedding. We want the TWIA logo to become the kite mark for the wedding industry – a trusted mark of the highest quality.

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Just by entering TWIA suppliers are putting their hands up as one of the best in the business.

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The Wedding Industry Awards

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How It All Works

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Wedding suppliers enter the awards and invite their eligible clients to vote for them. This is key: TWIA relies on suppliers actively engaging with the Awards by entering themselves, rather than relying on an editorial panel to draw up a shortlist on which anyone can vote.  We also have a nomination process whereby anyone can nominate a great supplier they know. This is simply a means by which people can tell us about fantastic businesses. We then invite them to enter (though suppliers can enter without being nominated).

By only allowing an entrant’s eligible wedding clients to vote, we get a much more useful and reliable indication of the quality of the suppliers concerned. TWIA is no beauty parade voted for by friends and family!

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We are very keen to create a level playing field to allow all sizes and types of suppliers to compete with each other fairly. To achieve this, we look very closely at the percentage of eligible voters that actually vote for each entrant, rather than just totting up the total number of votes. We are all about quality, not just quantity!  Furthermore, we operate the awards on both a regional and national basis enabling us to highlight so many more great suppliers. Many suppliers only operate on a regional basis, so this aspect of TWIA is really important.

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Finally, our judging panel that presides over the national winners is second to none with real breadth and expertise in all areas of the industry. All these things give TWIA reliability, integrity and credibility.  In the inaugural 2012 awards, there were over 2,000 entries from suppliers up and down the country, who received more than 22,000 votes in total.

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Why The Awards Are Helpful

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Anyone planning a wedding has two main ways of finding the suppliers they need. Firstly, via the supplier’s own marketing and advertising. Secondly, they have the ‘word of mouth’ recommendations of their friends, family and colleagues. This is based on direct user experience but only that of the person who is doing the recommending. TWIA sits in the middle of this and aims to offer an industry voice. Companies who are shortlisted or win an award are given the seal of approval by their clients and by our judging panel and this is a very strong endorsement.

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What’s New?

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In addition to the new judges on our expert panel, we’ve introduced some new categories this year including:

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· Best Wedding Stationery

· Best Wedding DJ

· Best Wedding Live Music Entertainment

· Best Non-Musical Wedding Entertainment

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We’ve also teamed up with Guides for Brides to create the Best Wedding Industry Website award, which all 2013 entrants are automatically entered into, and the Best Newcomer category, which all new businesses since 1st November are eligible for.

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This year, we have also introduced a blog to occupy the space between our web site and social media, as well as introducing an entry fee for all entrants. This nominal £50 fee enables us to organise and run the awards in addition to marketing and advertising TWIA for the benefit of all those who participate whilst keeping things 100% fair. Our independence is key to TWIA’s rigour and fairness and this is only possible thanks to the entry fee.

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We continue to examine the regional borders, the award categories we use and how we can further enhance all entrants’ exposure to the marketplace in an effort to involve as many people in the industry as possible.

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The Judges

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From the outset, it was vital that our panel was respected by both wedding professionals and by anyone organising a wedding. After extensive research, we picked up the phone to the experts we thought would suit TWIA best. Every potential judge we approached accepted our invitation (bar one who said no because he had just retired from several other panels and needed a rest!). They fully understood and backed the ethos behind the awards and we were delighted to welcome them on board.  It’s worth mentioning that no single judge has sole discretion over any award. The vast majority of the judging process is based on voter scores and comments, but our judges take their role of examining the votes in addition to entrants’ web sites and TWIA profiles very seriously. Each expert gives the panel their detailed feedback based on their speciality to help the decision process when it comes to the regional and national winners. It’s very much a team effort!

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The Ceremony

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At the inaugural Awards event back in January this year we decided to move away from the ‘sit-down-meal’ type of awards night. We want suppliers to be able to meet and network with as many people as possible; to build contacts and relationships with others in their industry and region. To do this we felt we needed to make sure that people weren’t tethered to a table all evening. We wanted to have a party at which the awards were presented – and that’s exactly what we got! This year’s event will be even bigger and better.

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The Wedding Industry Awards

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Watch this space for more news soon!

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  – Video & Images © 2012 Lilac Films and Adby Creative

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The Wedding Blog In The News: Recent Press For Brides Up North

October 2nd, 2012 | Julia Braime

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Wedding Magazine

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As regular readers of Brides Up North will know, I also write on a freelance basis for many of our regional and national glossy bridal titles. 

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As the little girl who eschewed dreams of becoming a ballerina or spacewoman in favour of “Editor of Vogue” when asked what she wanted to be growing up (true story – I must have been a scary child), despite the huge success of the wedding blog and events I still get a kick from seeing my work in print.

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So here’s what Brides Up North has been up to off-line over the past few months.  All titles are still available in stores or at a wedding event near you soon. 

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Wedding Magazine October November 2012

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I love being a regular columnist for the industry bible, Wedding Magazine, and this issue it was all about that man, as I focused on glamour for your groom.  With huge thanks to Jon Swainson Photography, Peter Boyd Photography, Insight Photography, Andy Hook Photography, Phil Drinkwater Photography, Lissa Alexandra Photography, Matthew Tordoff Photography, Damian Hall Photography, India Hobson Weddings, Katy Melling Photography and David Lawson Studios for your support.

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Wedding Magazine

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I reprised my regular column in LovedUp Magazine with a focus on my newly engaged readers and their love stories.  With thanks to Joe Dodsworth Photography, Sarah Mason Photography, Richard Wynn Davies and India Hobson

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Darlington Weddings Magazine

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It was all about pulling on a marabou shrug and styling your winter wedding in the latest issue of Darlington

Weddings.  With thanks to Katy Melling Photography, Stan Seaton Photography and Bluelights Photography (as always for my byline image!). 

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Darlington Weddings Magazine

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If that wasn’t enough time spent hunched over my laptop I also took part in a special shoot for Fabulous Magazine (yet to hit the news-stands) and put pen to paper for a few other of my favourite magazines and newspapers – watch this space. 

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You should also watch out for me in my hosting and judging capacity!  Sleep?  Whaddyamean?  As well as presenting the recent North Of England Wedding Awards in Yorkshire and the North East, I have also been invited to sit on the panels for The Wedding Industry Awards and The Wedding Ideas Awards 2013 (judging the Southern categories and categories independent to my sponsors only – no bias here, thank you very much!).  I can’t wait to explore the talent in our industry in more detail. 

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  – Images © 2012 Brides Up North/ Wooden Hill Images 

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Suited & Booted! Supplier Showcase: Sensational Formal Hire

May 10th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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I’m recovering after an excellent night at the Brides Up North Tweet Up North East yesterday evening – more on this later – but before we move on a  massive thank you to the wonderful North East wedding industry for coming out in force and making it so special.  You are absolute stars!

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More from the Limelight Hire Photobooth shortly…

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After the success of last night’s event, and a super inspiring meeting this morning about a future very special project for the Brides Up North brand, I feel ready to take on the World! (See, I haven’t just been sleeping off a hangover!). 

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It’s onwards and upwards today as we meet another star, Brides Up North Featured Supplier John of Sensational Formal Hire, to get those grooms suited and booted. 

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When did Sensational Formal Hire open?

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We opened in June 2009. I have a varied, colourful background that has always been based on excellent people skills. I have worked for transport companies, oil companies, ran social clubs and been a full time Union Official. I have at times managed up to 75 petrol tanker drivers and done things others would not believe. My wife at Elegance Bridal Studio, Barnsley had planted the seed around five years ago, however until 2009 I had visions of Mr Grace and "I’m Free" and did not fancy the opportunity.

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What lines of menswear do you stock?

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I stock Cameron Ross Menswear and Highlandwear which are the hire products and I sell suits by Torre and Lloyd Atree & Smith. The shoes I sell are by Loake, however they are sold to order at a Barnsley price. Cameron Ross are the market leaders in hirewear and cannot be beaten on quality in my opinion. The suits I sell are good quality, value for money and start from £140.

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Accessories wise, I stock waistcoats, ruches, ties, dickie’s, cumberbunds and cufflinks. I pride myself on being able to offer any colour ruche to compliment the bride’s colour theme. I also do a great line in Groom, Best Man, Father of the Bride and so on matching cufflinks and socks, which my customers enjoy at a discounted rate.

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We hear that won an award recently?

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Yes I did, it was a great honour bestowed upon me and I am now officially the best at what I do. I won the Best Wedding Menswear Supplier Award for the North East and the whole of England at this year’s Wedding Industry Awards. However, my feet are firmly on the ground and I know I have only set the standard.  I do intend to raise it though. As the award was based on customer feedback, what my customers had to say was not only invaluable to the judges, but more importantly invaluable to me. There were some great comments, I did not realise the difference I make to peoples’ weddings. All feedback has been evaluated appropriately and has been acted upon.

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Where are you based?  What if a member of the wedding party lives elsewhere?

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I am based in Barnsley, which surprisingly is in the centre of the country. I am in a town centre location 50 yards from the Transport Interchange. If members of the wedding party live in other areas they too can be supplied using Cameron Ross’ Roaming Wearer service. I have supplied customers who have sent their details from Australia, South Africa, Singapore, Ireland, Dubai, Hong Kong and Spain. I have supplied suits for weddings in Poland, Malta and Cyprus.

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What about the price?

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As I deal in quality and excellent customer service, I am not the cheapest. However, why chance your photographs being ruined for the sake of an extra £10 per suit? Prices are based upon a customer’s individual requirements and tailored to their needs.

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Sensational Formal Hire

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Do we need an appointment?

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Yes, I work by appointment only. This is due to there only being me here and more importantly the customer then has my undivided attention during their initial two hour appointment. I offer appointments Tuesday to Saturday until 8pm and Sundays if the need arises. As most of my customers work, evenings and Saturdays do get booked quickly.

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What can brides and grooms who come to visit your showroom expect?

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They can expect to receive the friendliest and warmest Northern welcome available. They will be invited to sit down and then be offered refreshment (also Northern style). Everything will be explained, I shall be attentive to their needs and offer honest and expert advice. I offer a stress free and no nonsense approach that cannot be matched.  Enjoying themselves is all part of the experience.

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The feedback I receive is that I am a breath of fresh air within the Industry and I don’t just get the one time customer, my grooms all return time and time again to hire suits for other social occasions such as a day at the races, so that they can again enjoy my famous “Sensational Service”.  Sensational Formal Hire is only three years old in June and the amount of recommendations I receive from my customers proves that I genuinely care that my customers look their best on their big day.

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Are any styles particularly popular?

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Some outfits, styles and colours look better on some than others. I would not suggest a 4 foot 6, 15 stone man to order a tailcoat outfit and I would not put someone in something if it did not suit them or look right. I do not have a particular type of customer, most are honest, straightforward, uncomplicated northerners, who appreciate the service that I strive to provide.  In conclusion, my favourite look is what will look best on the groom and all groom’s are different.  Navy and Silver are fashionable at the moment, as is any form of Grey.

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Are you married?

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Yes I am married, we got married in Cyprus in June 2006 and there was a heat wave! I was married in a pair of linen trousers, a cotton shirt and a silk waistcoat with matching ruche. When I do it again (we are to renew our vows in 2016) I shall wear sun factor 75 and the biggest hat I can find! Seriously though, the most lightweight trousers available, another 100% cotton shirt and whatever else my wife wants me to put on.

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How can wedding blog readers get in touch with you?

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Via my website www.sensationalformalhire.co.uk or by email to sensational.formalhire@btconnect.com

and on 01226 321 117.  You can also find us on Facebook.

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  – Images © 2012 Sensational Formal Hire

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The Cherry On Top! Supplier Showcase: Bridal Headpieces by HT Headwear PLUS 20% Discount From Elizabeth Lois Photography

January 19th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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This morning I am waking up in the smoke yet again (cough!), after an evening mixing with the wedding industry’s finest at The Wedding Industry Awards.  I wore vintage Cacharel (get me!), drank cocktails, schmoozed a bit, caught up with some of my favourite industry friends and stayed up late (too late).  As you read this, I’m heading back Up North – where the heart is – to take a break from my high heels and get stuck into an exciting new project for Brides Up North that has me just a little bit giddy.  More info shortly.

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In the meantime – let the fabulousness continue!  Today’s stunning bridal headpieces shoot was shot by Elizabeth Lois Photography for Brides Up North Featured Supplier HT Headwear, one of the lovely ladies I was celebrating with last night.  If you are looking for something unique and adventurous that no one else has, a chic fascinator or birdcage veil is increasingly an option for the style conscious bride, and this collection is just lovely.  With a capital L. 

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Elizabeth Lois Photography for HT Headwear

Belinda £85 – Birdcage veil with diamante detail on fine covered headband

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Let’s hear from Helena of HT Headwear: My inspiration for this collection came from long hazy summer evenings in the garden, eating outside and gazing at the soft petals falling from our rose bush, whilst the last of the sun dropped down between the houses…

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Elizabeth Lois Photography for HT Headwear

Lydia £180 – Hand blocked headpiece covered in soft silk, trimmed with handmade silk chiffon flowers and detachable birdcage veil

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Elizabeth Lois Photography for HT Headwear

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Many of my brides were torn between wanting a birdcage veil but not wanting it over their faces as they danced the night away, so I created a collection based around this and gave them headpieces with detachable veils. 

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Elizabeth Lois Photography for HT Headwear

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Ophelia £200 – Hand blocked headpiece covered in soft velvet and silk chiffon, trimmed with handmade silk chiffon flowers and detachable birdcage veil

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The collection is very affordable starting from £50 for a large silk flower clip to £200 for a blocked headpiece with detachable veil and all pieces can be tailored to suit your own requirements. There are a choice of ways the headpieces can be fitted to your head: combs, headbands or clips so there are no restrictions to how you have your hair or who can wear these lovely pieces.

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Elizabeth Lois Photography for HT Headwear

Ava £120 – large crinoline brimmed headpiece with soft handmade silk chiffon floral detail set on a comb

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Rosalina £200 – Large hand blocked cocktail hat trimmed rich silk, handmade silk chiffon flowers and goose feathers, with delicate floating diamante strands

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Florence £50 – Beautiful large handmade silk chiffon flower on large clip

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This collection was photographed by the amazingly talented Elizabeth Lois. She captured the sheer romance and beauty of the collection and is such a pleasure to work with.

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Elizabeth Lois Photography for HT Headwear

Raina £85 – Soft vintage birdcage veil mounted on fine headband and trimmed with handmade silk chiffon flowers and stripped coque feathers

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Bridgette £95 – Contemporary large birdcage veil mounted on small crin disc and trimmed with goose feathers

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All HT Headwear pieces can be bought online from their boutique and you can also view more collections on their website.

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And if like me, you adore these images by Elizabeth Lois, you are in luck!

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Elizabeth Lois is offering all BUN readers 20% off any of her Wedding packages, just quote BUN when booking.

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  – Images © 2012 Elizabeth Lois 

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Move over Tulisa…

October 22nd, 2011 | Julia Braime

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The 2012 Wedding Industry Awards

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… that’s right.  There’s a new judge in town.  And this just might be better than The X Factor (although granted, there’s no Gary Barlow, so it’ll be a close call). 

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I’m honoured to have been asked to sit as a consultant judge on the panel of wedding industry experts who make up the judging teams for The 2012 Wedding Industry Awards.  I’ll be lending my opinions to the judging panel alongside industry greats such as Miranda Eason (editor of You & Your Wedding Magazine), Sassi Holford  (designer), Damian Bailey (wedding photographer), Sarah Hewson (Sky News presenter), Sarah Haywood (wedding planner and designer), Sandy Moretta (UK Alliance of Wedding Planners), Peggy Porschen (cake designer), Caroline Marshall-Foster (publisher of Florist and Wholesale Buyer), Natalie O’Donovan (wedding stationery designer), Julie Askew (editor of Cake Craft and Decoration Magazine) and of course my wedding blog colleagues and friends Annabel Beeforth of Love My Dress and Claire Gould of English Wedding

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To find out more about each fabulous individual on the judging panel click here

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I am really, really thrilled to see that the Awards celebrate industry talent from all over England (although I would like to see this extended to Scotland too and am happy to see that there are plans to do so).  It’s all about being the best, not where you are based, and I am therefore glad to lend the panel team my support and assistance in choosing some worthy winners (from the North or the South) who will be crowned in a glittering ceremony (and all out party) next January.  I’d better start frock hunting right now.  You can register here to receive priority booking for tickets for the event.  

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Are you a wedding industry supplier based in England?  There is still time to enter the Awards.  All suppliers, big or small, well established or new to the market can enter and will be treated equally in the judging process.  Click here to enter

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Are you a Bride to Be or Newlywed?  Your favourite suppliers need your voteClick here to vote for them now or to nominate a supplier who has not yet entered. 

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Registration and voting closes on 31 October 2011, so be quick!

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Good luck everyone!

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  – Images © 2011 The 2012 Wedding Industry Awards

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