Monthly Archives: December 2011

Natalie and Will’s wedding happened before Christmas. I tell you what, FORGET about Kate and Wills. Forget about that dress that took a team of artisans to produce, forget about all that wedding dress anticipation… and listen to this: Natalie’s mum made her dress (and before you think “homemade” – think again). It took a […]

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  • Liana the assistant - I quite agree it was an honour being there especially hearing the stories surround the organisation, just real wow moments! oh and that dress!! still takes my breath away…slight little correction if I may, and only because it just adds again to the amazing dress story…but wasn’t it Grandma’s ‘dressing gown’ in the strap! I had quite a close look at it and was totally blown away at how someone could make part of a dressing gown look so stunning on a wedding dress!
    ooh thanks for my little watermark, that means a lot. Roll on our mammoth week ooh weee
    she’s going to be big..don’t forget our specially planned snack box, we are so going to need it!!
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  • Liz Miller - Sounds as if I didn’t have a day job! Thanks for the comments about the dress, though. It was the bridesmaids dresses in the last week. Stunning photos.
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An image from Natalie and Will’s wedding just before Christmas..

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Jonwin and Bob’s wedding was great fun. Their families are big on love and laughter, and the day was organised so that family were part of each stage of the wedding. There were lots of cute children around (one of Jonwin’s nephews I could imagine as an older Elmer. Very sweet), good food, dancing, heartfelt […]

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Happy Christmas everyone. We bumped into Santa in the park and got a photograph with him. Elmer was going nowhere near Santa but didn’t mind sitting on my knee next to him. I think he would have been a little more enthusiastic if he knew how many goodies Santa was bringing our way tonight. Can’t […]

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  • Monica - Where are the reindeer Ummy??
    Happy Christmas Elmer!
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  • Steven the Husband - Elmer: Maybe if I just ignore him he’ll go away………. There is no scary, bearded, bright red man… there is no scary….. hold it together Elmer, deep breaths…..
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In the spirit of Christmas-tide, I thought I would do a post on Liana, and how cool she is. Here are a few shots of Liana doing what she does at weddings. Oh and that includes…… holding dresses, fixing dresses, holding lenses, finding lost things (she has to do that a lot, since she’s with […]

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  • Monica - Well done Liana! I trust the pay matches the job description?? M x
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  • Liana the assistant - thanks Monica! Not wanting to sound ungrateful after that fantastically well posted rave about me but I must say since you asked that payment doesn’t always match..that would be the lollies payment. Sometimes there is either none or they are covered in gravel. I have considered taking this matter to the employment courts but have decided that when driving I will just stop outside a shop and order her to go buy some. Though being the great assistant I will probably just take her purse and buy them myself. Sour snakes are the best, they make us pull funny faces. PS thanks ‘Nead’ you’re the best 🙂
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  • Sinead Jenkins - Listen, “lollies” are still lollies if they are covered in gravel. Be grateful you get any at all. I might go on a diet next wedding season.
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  • Liana the assistant - bring the lollies or the monkey impression gets it…and I know how much that monkey means to you. Its your 2nd most popular catch phrase just behind ‘Lush’…’do the monkey Liana’…lollies are are an important part of a staple diet, right up there with your well made sandwiches 🙂 ♪♫do the monkey ooh ooh ah ah, do the monkey ♪♫
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  • Breda - Enjoyed recent photos of the gorgeous Elmer
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