Katie and David’s Purple Reign

OK, so I’m not referring to the Prince song of similar name, but to today’s gorgeous real wedding couple Katie and David, who majestically executed their special day with great aplomb. Featuring contemporary, fun and colourful details, this wedding is brimming with personality!

Captured beautifully by the delightful Philippa and Gemma of Cotton Candy Photography. I am sure this dynamic duo are the ones to watch in 2011. I simply love the instinct that they have for feminine, flattering…yet edgy photography and could loose myself in each an every one of these images. Thanks so much for sharing ladies! xx

“The wedding took place at Takeley Church, which is a lovely church in the gorgeous Essex countryside.  After the wedding we went to Whitehall Hotel, for the reception, speeches and meal, in the hotels restaurant – which had a beautiful tudor style room with large beams.

The hotel also had some stunning gardens at the back where we took the couple off to do some shots of them alone.  In the evening the guests were then taken down to hotel’s barn for a surprise salsa lesson and the couple did a salsa routine as their first dance!”

Tomorrows mood board is inspired by Katie and Dave’s wedding – so for candy coloured wedding inspiration – make sure you take a peek!
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  1. CottonCandy
    Posted January 14, 2011 at 1:16 pm | Permalink

    Thank you so much for this lovely feature, the pics look great on your blog’s blue background. Love the design of your site, really colourful and lots of inspiring stuff! xx

  2. admin
    Posted January 14, 2011 at 1:19 pm | Permalink

    You’re so welcome – I love you work…really excited to see more throughout the yr! xx

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