Daria Nova Photography is nostalgic creative documentary wedding photography based in South West London and Surrey. My style is natural, unobtrusive and gentle. I create beautiful creative photographs with a focus on people and genuine celebrations of love, while melting into the background and quietly capturing your wedding day in a way which feels like you. My couples are often planning an alternative or unconventional wedding, and are unafraid to do things a little differently to create a day that’s steeped with meaning. As a natural introvert, I work particularly well with those who are the same themselves. With a little gentle direction from me, we’ll have a brilliant time working together and your photographs will become your most treasured possessions. Whether you’re ready to book me or would like to get to know each other a little better before you book, please contact me and we’ll take things from there.
Real Country Flowers is a cottage industry – quite literally. All their blooms are seasonal, organic and home-grown. They use traditional garden flowers, herbs, grasses and wildflowers to create stunning vintage-style bouquets and arrangements which are uncontrived, yet brimming with a simple elegance and charm. All their flowers are bespoke and utterly natural – perfect whether you plan to marry in a cathedral or a barn! They are based in West Yorkshire but work nationwide.
Yorkshire & Humberside
Sid & Olive is a Wirral-based wedding and event hire company specialising in all things vintage, retro and rustic. We offer a wide selection of individual items for hire, including vintage china, typewriters and cameras, marquee lights and bunting. We have also created a range of carefully crafted packages, such as photo booths, guest books and sweet buffet tables. Alongside this we also offer a fully bespoke venue design service.
Based in Dorset, The English Florist is a boutique independent floristry studio owned by Oonagh Langrishe. Being passionate about using English cottage garden flowers and trying to steer people away from the over used chrysanths and carnations, the flowers are locally grown and use typical English garden varieties in their work.