Who caught the bouquet?

scroll down…Oops. Looks like neither of them will be getting married anytime soon then… Although Saskia (6) did say she had plans to marry Leo, despite the fact that she says he has several other girlfriends! But I’m happy to take your wedding pictures, Saskia!

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the power of an invitation…

I have struck the jackpot. My son’s father has volunteered to design the invitations for my son’s party. Oli is not only a very talented architect, but also one of those people (well actually the only one I’ve ever met) who breathes creativity with his hands. When he is not extending people’s houses, he is […]

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good favours…

Sometimes when I’m browsing through what the wedding industry has to offer I am blown away by the quality and imagination of certain products. At other times my eyes hurt with the sheer visual cheese factor of certain offerings. (Click on Themes in the Confetti website and you’ll see what I mean… ) So I […]

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Night sky lanterns

Scouring the wedding sites, I find a lot of scarily tacky merchandise, but there are some fabulous party accessories out there. If I were planning a wedding or a fabulous party I would definitely be using this company: Night Sky Lanterns. In fact I’m using them already, having just bought some of their lovely paper […]

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true love and stilettos

So, my boyfriend and I are debating about the nature of love. Well, I say debating but it’s more a case of sleepily muttering to each other one Sunday morning. Specifically, the idea that couples should not expect to be all things to one another, but should accept that no one can ever be truly […]

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Internationally Acclaimed Images!

I won an award! Photo.net, an international photography forum have given me Honourable Mention: Very Good to Excellent for one of my wedding photographs. All very exciting and also wonderful for the model, Kat, who has had a tough old time since her mother died. Stephanie Buttle was the art director on the shoot, and […]

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enlightenment in Battersea

Shooting a winter wedding can be tough, because the light can be so challenging. For the few weeks before the Guthrie – Gaban wedding in late December, the sun barely seemed to get out of bed at all. ‘Don’t worry!’ said the bride, ‘I have a team of people praying for the weather.’ As a […]

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travel writing and photography for The Telegraph

Welcome! This is the first post on my new blog. You can catch up on the previous blog, ‘The art of abundance,’  at www.fionaalcampbell.blogspot.com I decided it was time to shut that one down because the best things in life are always the simplest, and having two websites to manage was just confusing. But do […]

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