Guys, the thing is…
There has been some amazing stuff happening with Kitted weddings over the past year (ok fine, year and a bit).
I am so flipping excited to share these with you. Also, just know that I’m not proud that it’s taken me this long to post about them, but you know the drill – a betch gotta hustle and all that.
In an attempt to be a less useless blogger – I’ll be posting a blog per wedding, so watch this space.
Chuck Norris alone knows how I end up working with the steamy/hilarious/trendy/epic couples and families that I do. I’d like to believe that maybe steamy/hilarious/trendy/epic wedding co-ordinators attract steamy/hilarious/trendy/epic bride’s and groom’s, but upon careful reflection, I have, in fact, realised that I am just the luckiest.
Here’s a little sneak peak of some of the beauts I will be posting about.
Just look at them.
I know, right?
Eyes – you’re welcome.
Dan and Siobhan
How’s the way he looks at her? How’s the way she looks?
This chilled wedding in Salt Rock had me sipping on pink gin with the mom’s during set-up and I was here for it! This entire family had me at “hello”. When a bride and groom look this way AND then you pair them with Dean Maber – best you be prepared from some aesthetic magic that will rock you to your very core. Outdoors. Collections of candles. Copper-wire twinkle lights. Champagne and Rocky Road. Bottomless artisanal pizza. Enough said.
Photo cred: Dean Maber
Brad and Lu
I challenge you to find two more sensational, beautiful or hilarious people. You won’t. Just stop trying. This felt like planning a wedding for my own family. I mean, I’m not being dramatic when I say that I used to count down the minutes before our Skype calls – these two gave me life and so many laughs. Vows and giggles in front of a lake. Happy tears. Two of THE MOST excited mom’s…like…EVER. Live acoustic music. Just. Genuine. Adoration.
Photo cred: Casey Pratt
Josh and Hannah
I know I should hate a couple this magnificent-looking and health-conscious, but you guys, these two! This wedding had me drizzing with all of the genuine feels and I actually found myself searching for strangers’ dog’s to hug – just to share my joy! Farm wedding in the Midlands. Country flowers. Family dance routines. Classic old school goodness. Father of the bride who made me cry every time I looked at him, looking at her.
Photo cred: Long Exposure
Dylan and Kelly
Cue the question – “Ok but seriously though – are you picking up your clients through a modelling agency?” Every person in this wedding looked as if they stepped straight out of Vogue and right into a magical warehouse that was the reception venue. The love between this couple and their families was tangible – I could taste it (along with the best G&T of my life). A ceiling FILLED with greenery and fairy lights. Beer drinking during the ceremony. Chilling on trendy velvet couches during the reception. This one is all hashtag goals and sh*t.
Photo cred: Kelly Daniels
Adam and Kirsty
Grab your grater cause I’m coming in hot with some serious cheese, but here it is: this day made me feel hopeful about love again. Everything about these two was so real and so natural and so uncomplicated. Kirst is OBSESSED with sunflowers, so she wanted them everywhere – not surprising, considering that I have a sneaky suspicion that she may actually BE sunshine. When Adam quoted “New Girl” to me in our consult – I knew I would never look back. Bubbly on tap. A boho dress. British humour. Sunflowers. Authenticity.
Photo cred: Christy Hosking
Annnnd “Wedding Blog Series”…commence…