I’m always so busy September through to the new year, and never seem to have time to blog, although my FB page does get updated with the odd thing or two…anyway, here’s some photos of a fantastic Queensberry album that the client wasn’t expecting until January, but which left the studio on Christmas Eve and was delivered by my octogenarian parents on their way to my sister’s! That’s customer service for you!
|A small goat’s cheese tops this ‘Cake’|
|Cheese Cakes can be decorated with fruit and flowers to match your wedding theme|
Cheese Cakes make a wonderful alternative to traditional wedding cakes, and they are an excellent addition to the menu, particularly if guests get a little peckish later in the evening.
I saw the first one about eight years ago and since then there have been many variations on the theme. Today I met with Emma Dandy of La Cremerie , who specialises in fabulous cheese wedding cakes. She offers over 100 cheeses to choose from for a cake and bases her recommendation on the results of a tasting meeting held with the Bride and Groom. Many of her cheeses are sourced from Neal’s Yard Dairy and she guarantees that they will be in perfect eating condition when they arrive with you.
She is based near me in Hertfordshire but supplies cheese all over the UK by courier.
|They can be cut like traditional cakes, although you might want to tackle one of the softer cheese tiers!|
“What greater thing is there for two human souls than to feel that they are joined… to strengthen each other… to be one with each other in silent unspeakable memories.”
English novelist (1819 – 1880)
A small intimate wedding on one of the hottest summer’s day imaginable. Rhinefield House in the heart of the New Forest was the spectacular setting for the moving ceremony and the sumptuous wedding breakfast. With a Sage cover, this Queensberry Album will have ivory mats, and the photographs will be mounted on grey pages which will give a soft border to each one.
Tilly and Christian’s perfect summer tea party is featured in the latest edition of Wedding Venues and Services. Tilly is a professional Lady Golfer, so not surprisingly the tables had a golfing theme!
The wedding took place at the exclusive Buckinghamshire venue of Poundon House – in the open air. Tilly planned her wedding in only eight weeks, although I was aware of the date for a little longer, as I had photographed Christian’s sister’s wedding four years previously at Woburn!
Christian and Tilly can be seen further down in my posts under ‘Capturing Perfect Moments’. That image not only headlines the magazine article, but will feature on the front cover of their album – currently in the final stages of production.
Really looking forward to your wedding, guys!