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Written by Agnes Los Last updated: November 26, 2012
Josie & Nick were incredibly blessed on their wedding day – not only because they got to say “I do”, but also because the whole family and friends pitched in to make their wedding really and truly DIY and one-of-a-kind! The food, the decor, the favours, the bunting, the cake… and the end result was absolutely stunning. Inspired by the many festivals they attended, they created a day like no other – 250 miles away and done almost entirely by email! Their best advice? Don’t hesitate to ask anyone and everyone for help with anything you need – you will save yourself hours of work, and the people you ask will be delighted! As a finishing touch, they asked Rebecca Douglas Photography to capture their day’s special spirit in her striking photos.
Bride and Groom: Josie & Nick, clothing company owners
Wedding date: 16th June 2012
Wedding ceremony: Church of St James the Great, Staple, Kent
Wedding reception: The back garden of Nick’s parents house
Wedding photographer: Rebecca Douglas Photography
Wedding theme/colours: A glamping picnic wedding-fest with a touch of the Mad Hatter’s tea party. And a bit of vintage. And maybe a touch of Lovecraft-y steampunkness too!
Wedding dress by: Vintage La Sposa gown with petticoat and bloomers by Vilicious on Etsy
If you are looking for photography that breaks away from tradition, captures emotion and tells the story of your day, then Rebecca Douglas might just be your girl! She shoots in a discrete way to create natural images with a beautiful vintage feel, ones that have real retro-sparkle. She works creatively and gives you an alternative approach to capture your day with images to cherish for years to come.
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