December 9, 2015

Congratulations Lily & Dave

Well, my first contact with Lily & Dave began with a couple of international Skype chats, after careful organising around the time difference between LA and Scotland! I think its fair to say that we hit it off from the outset. When we chatted, Dave told me a bit more about the two of them, including the fact that Lily was Morgan, a child actress in the well known US drama – Boy meets World.…who can now be seen performing on stage in Los Angeles..  and if that was’t impressive enough … Dave is the most incredibly talented musician .. being premiered by MTV . You can find an iTunes link HERE .I really think you will love it !

I was in a frenzy of excitement and anticipation when I finally got to meet them both in person on their actual wedding day. Having the chance to work along side The Made Up Team (Sharon and Monica) … I think they absolutely perfected Lily’s ‘look’. Looking every single bit like an Old school Hollywood actress, perfectly complimenting the vintage bridal gown, that Lily had brought over from a gorgeous looking boutique in Los Angeles (see links below). I think I have chatted away enough .. I’ll let the images do the talking now … <3

Big heart felt congratulations Lily & Dave, sending much love, from this side of the pond! xxx

 

Suppliers ~

Venue ~ University of St Andrews (St Salvator’s Chapel, Lower & Upper College Halls)

Florist ~ Twigs and Twine (Pamela Newlands)

Wedding Cake ~ Occasional Cake Company 

Catering ~ University of St Andrews (Hospitality Services)

Vehicle Hire ~  Ecosse Classic Cars

Band ~ Scott Leslie Ceilidh Band

DJ ~ Mia Knani

Wedding Dress ~ Vintage from BRIDE (in Los Angeles, CA)

Makeup Artist/Hair ~ Made-up Team

Bridesmaid Dresses ~ ASOS.com

Groomswear ~ Slater’s Menswear, Glasgow

Lily & Dave from photos by zoe on Vimeo.

 

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I was lucky enough to have some time to get creative with my (Original 1972) Polaroid camera  – its a Land SX-70 if any camera geeks are reading this 😉 you can see a photo of in included above.
The Impossible Project have made it possible for these cameras to continue to be useable, with the resurrection of the ‘impossible film‘.

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