KEEPSAKE USB’S FOR 2017!

Preparing for 2017 with New Wedding Photography Packaging! Starting a business for the first time is difficult, nobody tells you what to do to make it work and mistakes will be made along the way. It’s all part of a learning curve. When creating my packaging at the beginning, I went for the more rustic, eco friendly option of Kraft paper boxes and wooden embellishments. However, as the Honeydew Moments brand has grown, so has the branding for it. Packaging has been on my mind for a while now, the previous packaging didn’t quite match Honeydew Moments values. Honeydew Moments values quality and luxury over anything else and my eco-friendly presentation boxes weren’t quite cutting it. It was time for something new! Pre-2017 Packaging:         The previous packaging was something that my clients would probably end up throwing away or misplacing as it was make-shift and an awkward size. As a result, I required something more desirable, smaller and with a completely new look. Honeydew Moments aims to provide high-quality, luxury wedding photography and the new packaging exudes just that. This signature collection includes a Gold, Engraved Keepsake USB to store your wedding memories forever, tucked inside a Honeydew Moments branded gift box all tied together with ribbon in an ivory bag. Big thanks to 3XM Solutions for these! *2017 weddings come with the new packaging as standard when booking* From mock design to real design!  ...

Mr & Mrs Sparks- Horsebridge Station Hampshire Wedding Photography

I can’t begin to tell you how excited I was to photograph this vintage inspired wedding! Rebecca and Paul chose to marry in one of Hampshire’s most unique vintage venues, a disused Victorian Train Station on the outskirts of Romsey in Hampshire. It’s mellow yellow buildings make for a summery backdrop and the couple’s lilac and purple wildflower theme complimented this perfectly. Multi-coloured fairy lights strung up throughout the garden hinted at what was to become a magical venue at night, but during the day the glass bulbs caught the August late sunlight and threw patterns across the fruit trees. The Marquee was bright and beautiful with bunting strung up and a rustic theme throughout. Horsebridge Railway Station’s ceremonies take place on the old vintage platform and a Rebecca and Paul’s wedding they chose for the guests sit slightly lower on the grassed over tracks. Therefore the guests could watch the wedding unfold as if it was on a stage. Paul and his Best Man went in for their interview under the grapevines that entwined around the old platform rafters. The guests took their seats as ‘Acoustic Jass’, a vintage inspired quartet, played their classical take on popular songs and everyone eagerly awaited the Bride. Paul watched Rebecca walk down the railway platform with such pride in his eyes, as he saw the woman he would soon be calling his wife coming towards him. The registrars welcomed everybody and ceremony had started, Paul had to check behind him to make sure none of his guests knew of any reason they couldn’t marry today, but all went swimmingly; up until...