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By becky fletcher 28 May, 2016
It was a Sunny Sunday afternoon back in April at Home Farm House, Wimborne St Giles, the perfect location for a photoshoot. Just a couple of minutes walk from Home Farm House, is Ladys Walk, this is a gorgeous walk through a small woodland, and in the spring it is full of wild garlic and bluebells, the ideal spot to have a floral swing.
The girls got ready at Home Farm House, whilst Pip got the floral swing ready, Me, Adrian, Mark (my hubby) and Mike battled putting up a stunning flower wall, supplied by the lovely Sam from the Little white heart company.
The flower wall made an exquisite backdrop for the vintage v boho tea party, yes this probably does sound a little crazy right now but it worked!!! I was lucky enough to have  my nans vintage china, Mark and our Daughters made a victoria sponge, and Home Farm house has the most gorgeous vintage style outdoor furniture, all we needed was the boho bride and the vintage bride.
Our Boho bride was the lovely Sam from the Little white heart company, her hair was by the talented Wendy from Sapphire styling, Dress by Kimberley stone, Make up by Maibel and a selection of hair pieces by yours truly. (The one pictured above has to be my favourite, full of luscious freshwater pearls and rose gold wire)
Our Vintage bride was the lovely Stacey, her hair was by Wendy, Dress from the fabulous Courtyard Bridal, Make up by Maibel and my beautiful gold lace beaded hair comb.
Before i leave you all to the stunning photos from the day i would like to say thank you, to the wonderful suppliers involved.
Photography: Adrian Lambert
Hair: Sapphire Styling
Make Up: Make Up By Maibel
Venue: HomeFarm House, Wimborne St Giles and Ladys Walk
Flowers: Willow Floristry
Flower Wall: Little White Heart Company
Dresses: Kimberley Stone and Courtyard Bridal







By becky fletcher 23 Feb, 2016
So after a manic weekend i thought i would sit down and write about the wedding fairs so far. I have attended 3, Dudsbury Golf Course, which is one of my favourites and a great way to start the year off. The next was at The Barrington Theatre, which was organised by the lovely Sam at The little white heart company, The little white heart offer some fantastic wedding extras, including their sweet cart and post boxes, i recommend a visit to their website and facebook page. We are just recovering from our last show, which was at the BIC, this is a fantastic show, my batman garter was a definite eye catcher, as well as my beautiful lace head piece, the indiana and my triple combs. We are booked in for the Orangery Suite in April, which is another one of my favourite venues, the beautiful gardens are wonderful to walk around and the marquee makes the perfect place a a tea party.
By becky fletcher 15 Jan, 2016
Monday was a sunny day, the perfect time for a photo-shoot in the tranquil surroundings of Wimborne St Giles. For a small village it boosts two stunning wedding venues, a 16th century church and a grand stately home. So the perfect place for a bride to stay is the luxurious Home Farm House, just a stones throw away from both venues and I was lucky enough to be able to hold my photo-shoot there.
I was joined by some of Dorset's finest wedding suppliers a long with two beautiful models.
Venue: Home Farm House  http://www.homefarmhousewsg.com/
Photographer: Adrian Lambert  http://www.adrianlambert.co.uk/
Hair and Make Up: Wendy Peart, Saphire Styling  http://www.saphirestyling.com/
Dresses: Courtyard Bridal  http://www.courtyardbridal.co.uk/
Headpieces: Obviously Me 
Flowers: Willow Floristry  http://www.willowfloristry.co.uk/
Models: Samantha Shapley and Lauren Heward
As soon as we arrived we were greeted by Jayne and Graham, their hospitality is second to none, Jayne showed us around their wonderful home and business, and it is absolutely breath taking. I would highly recommend it to anyone, whether it is for a relaxing retreat or for a bridal party.
We then got down to work, we had worked out the best space to use, which is a gorgeous landing area, with the most stunning wallpaper. Adrian went off and took some pictures of the surroundings whilst wendy prepped the models, i had quite a selection of pieces to get through, some new ones and a couple of my favourites. 
Anyway i won't bore you anymore as i think you will agree the pictures say it all, thank you everyone involved and i can't wait for the next one in April. 


By becky fletcher 28 May, 2016
It was a Sunny Sunday afternoon back in April at Home Farm House, Wimborne St Giles, the perfect location for a photoshoot. Just a couple of minutes walk from Home Farm House, is Ladys Walk, this is a gorgeous walk through a small woodland, and in the spring it is full of wild garlic and bluebells, the ideal spot to have a floral swing.
The girls got ready at Home Farm House, whilst Pip got the floral swing ready, Me, Adrian, Mark (my hubby) and Mike battled putting up a stunning flower wall, supplied by the lovely Sam from the Little white heart company.
The flower wall made an exquisite backdrop for the vintage v boho tea party, yes this probably does sound a little crazy right now but it worked!!! I was lucky enough to have  my nans vintage china, Mark and our Daughters made a victoria sponge, and Home Farm house has the most gorgeous vintage style outdoor furniture, all we needed was the boho bride and the vintage bride.
Our Boho bride was the lovely Sam from the Little white heart company, her hair was by the talented Wendy from Sapphire styling, Dress by Kimberley stone, Make up by Maibel and a selection of hair pieces by yours truly. (The one pictured above has to be my favourite, full of luscious freshwater pearls and rose gold wire)
Our Vintage bride was the lovely Stacey, her hair was by Wendy, Dress from the fabulous Courtyard Bridal, Make up by Maibel and my beautiful gold lace beaded hair comb.
Before i leave you all to the stunning photos from the day i would like to say thank you, to the wonderful suppliers involved.
Photography: Adrian Lambert
Hair: Sapphire Styling
Make Up: Make Up By Maibel
Venue: HomeFarm House, Wimborne St Giles and Ladys Walk
Flowers: Willow Floristry
Flower Wall: Little White Heart Company
Dresses: Kimberley Stone and Courtyard Bridal







By becky fletcher 23 Feb, 2016
So after a manic weekend i thought i would sit down and write about the wedding fairs so far. I have attended 3, Dudsbury Golf Course, which is one of my favourites and a great way to start the year off. The next was at The Barrington Theatre, which was organised by the lovely Sam at The little white heart company, The little white heart offer some fantastic wedding extras, including their sweet cart and post boxes, i recommend a visit to their website and facebook page. We are just recovering from our last show, which was at the BIC, this is a fantastic show, my batman garter was a definite eye catcher, as well as my beautiful lace head piece, the indiana and my triple combs. We are booked in for the Orangery Suite in April, which is another one of my favourite venues, the beautiful gardens are wonderful to walk around and the marquee makes the perfect place a a tea party.
By becky fletcher 15 Jan, 2016
Monday was a sunny day, the perfect time for a photo-shoot in the tranquil surroundings of Wimborne St Giles. For a small village it boosts two stunning wedding venues, a 16th century church and a grand stately home. So the perfect place for a bride to stay is the luxurious Home Farm House, just a stones throw away from both venues and I was lucky enough to be able to hold my photo-shoot there.
I was joined by some of Dorset's finest wedding suppliers a long with two beautiful models.
Venue: Home Farm House  http://www.homefarmhousewsg.com/
Photographer: Adrian Lambert  http://www.adrianlambert.co.uk/
Hair and Make Up: Wendy Peart, Saphire Styling  http://www.saphirestyling.com/
Dresses: Courtyard Bridal  http://www.courtyardbridal.co.uk/
Headpieces: Obviously Me 
Flowers: Willow Floristry  http://www.willowfloristry.co.uk/
Models: Samantha Shapley and Lauren Heward
As soon as we arrived we were greeted by Jayne and Graham, their hospitality is second to none, Jayne showed us around their wonderful home and business, and it is absolutely breath taking. I would highly recommend it to anyone, whether it is for a relaxing retreat or for a bridal party.
We then got down to work, we had worked out the best space to use, which is a gorgeous landing area, with the most stunning wallpaper. Adrian went off and took some pictures of the surroundings whilst wendy prepped the models, i had quite a selection of pieces to get through, some new ones and a couple of my favourites. 
Anyway i won't bore you anymore as i think you will agree the pictures say it all, thank you everyone involved and i can't wait for the next one in April. 


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