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Yesterday was all kinds of awesome when I got to work with the incredibly talented Sophia Stock, London Surface Pattern Designer to capture some product Shots and behind the scenes photos of her at work. Its fair to say that I fell in love with her and her work such a lovely person and I can’t wait for these items to be available in her online shop. I may well become her number one customer, inspired by nature, made in Britain and full of colour, its all wonderful!

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Lynsey & Brett certainly made the year end on an epic high with their New Year’s Eve wedding celebrations at Chilston Park Hotel in Lenham near Maidstone. It has been so much fun getting to know these guys along the way with lovely emails and catch ups at wedding fairs. I got so excited when I saw their girls in September and heard how much of a family day this was going to be. New Year’s Eve arrived and it was the coldest morning, so cold that the fountain was frozen and the lake was covered in this ice. Lynsey was getting ready with her girls and bridesmaids and the bubbles were flowing while Eva was busy dressing her rabbit in a tux! I swooned over her dreamy Jenny Packham dress and her Russell & Bromley shoes sparkled transfixing my magpie eyes! Gwenda from The Vintage Floral Design Company arrived with Lynsey’s flowers, a rustic mix of foliage and rich seasonal florals. Their ceremony was wonderful with a packed room of their loved ones and Isla who’d only just mastered walking, tottered down the aisle to meet her Dad, so full of pride! I so love it when the littles are here to watch their Mum & Dad get married!  I thought the groom’s party looked so smart in their tuxedos, and Brett’s navy blue velvet looked wicked. After their ceremony we were out into the crisp air for confetti and some portraits before heading back to the main house for their drinks reception. The lovely setting of the house and grounds was just perfect for their winter celebration and the library all set for their wedding breakfast looked so romantic with the candlelight glowing from the candelabras. Discologic was rocking the dance floor which was full and bouncing as I left the guys partying away into the new year as husband and wife.

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  • March 24, 2015 - 2:08 pm

    Lynsey Clark - Ahhhh fab photos of an amazing day!! Thank you Rebecca for capturing it all so wonderfully…you’re a talented lady!! XxxReplyCancel

On our last full day in Iceland we are umm-ing and aaah-ing about what to do, we really wanted to go to Reykjavik but we were also sorely tempted to return to Jokulsarlon as we’d all fallen in love with the glacier and iceberg sea lagoon earlier in the week. When we looked at the cloud cover and aurora borealis forecast, things were looking most likely on the west of the country so we decided to head into Reykjavik. Driving into Reykavik is so spectacular, the sea meets the roadside and you can see right the way across to snow capped mountains in the distance. We parked on a side street and climbed the hill towards Hallgrímskirkja, the stunning symmetrical church, visible from almost everywhere in the city. We went in and spent time sitting and looking at the light falling onto the organ in the church. We then went wandering the streets, just taking in the sights and enjoying the quirky buildings and shops. We’d read about a must try coffee shop, Reykjavik Roasters and boy it did not disappoint, like a bullet of energy the strength of the coffee was amazing! We then headed back to Hallgrímskirkja, to take the lift to the top and enjoy the city from above as sun drew in. While we queued to go up, there was a children’s choir rehearsing Christmas carols and it really brought tears to my eyes it was so cute! I captured a small snippet on my instagram and you can see it here. We ambled back to our car and stopped at  Solfar Sun Voyager to capture a few shots before travelling to our temporary home for our last night and great anticipation of more aurora spotting! Here are some frames from the gorgeous Reykjavik.

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