Doing The UK Proud!
March 19, 2009
I’ve been chatting to Helen, the Bride in
these fabulous Rosie Parson photographs. In one of her emails she send me the link to her wedding…wooohooo! As soon as I clapped eyes on these photographs I knew I’d seen this amazing wedding before (I’m thinking maybe on Offbeat Bride) and I’m guessing many of you will have had the joy of them already too..however I see no harm in sharing the gorgeousness just in case some of you haven’t had the pleasure of this amazing looking wedding. If anything I certainly wasn’t aware that this was a UK wedding – gives me hope that there are flippin’ awesome weddings happening all over the UK I just don’t know about them yet! (don’t worry my wonderful US readers, I will always love you too!)
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