This gorge-ois post had also sparked an early morning debate between Lee and I. Such a joy to see the wedding up on your lovely pages! Claire and Tom were a joy to work with and it was such an amazing day. Congratulations to Claire and Tom, you both rock! Particularly loving the dress, but I am a bit biased as it is the same as mine — Adonis by Pronovias.
Loved the dress, the landscape, the theme, everything. Like Karen says, you really must have so much fun!
What an amazing wedding! Looks so much fun and what incredible photos and film — capturing all those right moments of fun, laughter and emotions. And of course the helter skelter… oh my, just fantastic! Congratulations Claire and Tom, and a big well done to Kelly of Boho and everyone involved too. I love this wedding! I had such an amazing time photographing this wedding it was a real treat! The icing on the cake was the 34 degree summers day that graced us!!! One of my new selling points… Nicola T x. Nicola, I completely agree!!! Love this wedding, everything about it is awesome.
I just showed this to Mr C.
His reaction? Best RMW wedding ever! And I show him a lot of weddings! I am now officially on the hunt for a helter skelter for our wedding. I love your style! So classic, pure and photojournalistic. Simply beautiful and elegant! This looks exactly like the style I am having for my wedding! Quick question: who did you hire the helter skelter from? Such a wonderful wedding. My fiance wants a helter skelter for our wedding next year. Please please can you let me know where you hired it from too. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Down Under I had a David Fielden veil for the ceremony, long with lace trim, and then I had a hair piece made by my best friend and bridesmaid Sarah for the reception. The dress was called Adonis from Teokath in Wimbledon. A Special Gift Tom wore a midnight blue 3 piece suit by Spencer Hart waistcoat from Sandro with a silver tie, and black patent shoes from Barker. Festival Fun Where do I start with entertainment!
Planning, Pictures and Videotape We knew the sort of wedding we wanted to have from the moment we met probably, it had to be a lot of fun… and seeing as we met at a festival… it had to have that vibe as well! Fierce Competition My mum organises the local town fete every year in Beaconsfield, and she always has 2 great competitions… firstly the phallic vegetable competition amazing! Wild At Heart My church flowers were done by my mum and her team of helpers, and the bouquets and table arrangements were done by a school friends mum, Carol Rice, who was amazing… she totally understood the style I was after so I knew she would get it spot on, which she did.
To The End We spent a long time on the first dance song, as I work at a record label and we are both really into music and met at a festival! Playing Their Part All of the handmade touches from friends, from the hair clip, to the bunting…. Did you?! Big Belting Love Charlotte xxx. I am far to envious of this wedding! As you may have guessed I am just a little impressed!
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Well done guys xxx ps. Kelly — you must have had so much fun! Rebecca — Same! Charlotte x. I was at this amazing wedding. CJ and Tom you are both amazing people. Love you x. What a beautiful wedding! What a lovely wedding! Set in ancient Rome, this is the hilarious tale of Julius, a zebra who is seized from his African watering hole and shipped hundreds of miles away to face the gladiators in combat at the Colosseum. Judy and Peter are bored and alone - until they discover a mysterious board game, Jumanji , that comes to life as soon as they start to play.
Jumblecat is rude, odd and hungry - children will delight in this bizarre character. A fun narration and a genuinely original story suggest that Archie Kimpton is one to watch. Author: Sophy Henn Publisher: Bloomsbury. Which animal will Ted jump about with today? Walk, run, jump and shout! A group of toddlers and little children go out to play at the park and have a fantastic day.
A frog jumps. A dog jumps. All manner of interesting animals jump in this lovely, sturdy board book, from rabbits to dragonflies to snails Snails can't jump. Luckily, children can! It's Monkey's birthday and he's organising a party tonight for all the animals in the jungle. Everyone is putting their best clothes on and getting ready to dance. Juniper Jupiter is a real-life superhero, but something is missing. What is a hero without an amazing sidekick? An utterly witty and earnest story about the quest for friendship and realising special bonds already forged. Tar loves Gemma, but Gemma doesn't want to be tied down to anyone or anything.
Gemma wants to fly - but she can't fly forever This uplifting book focuses on a sibling relationship, as a little boy affectionately describes his older sister. Every morning when she wakes up, a little girl hears the ducks quack down on the river that flows through the town. Author: Michelle Magorian Publisher: Egmont. Film fanatic Henry Dodge lives in post-war Sternsea with his fractured family. His father died a hero, saving a deserter's life.
Just imagine if you were so big you could take a bath in a swimming pool Imagine being a magical creature or even travelling through time Author: Meg Rosoff Publisher: Penguin. This quirky, off-beat novel acutely depicts the feelings of pain and alienation felt by many adolescents. But will he be able to stick to his very strict rules when he meets his exuberant classmate Tyler? A joyful read about the importance of being true to yourself. Author: Lucy Freegard Publisher: Pavilion.
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A baby raccoon dreams of growing up to be just like Daddy in this cute, heart-warming book that's perfect for fathers to share with their little ones. A little lion cub loves and respects his dad. He wants to grow up to be just like him, with sharp teeth, long nails and a swishy tail. Author: Jan Fearnley Publisher: Egmont. Mother Mouse and Little Mouse encounter a series of different mothers, all of whom do special things for their children. A chapter book with great morals, lovable role models and loads of laughs. There's so much fun to be had when you have a book This wholehearted celebration of reading would be a gorgeous addition to any bookworm's shelves.
This gentle, feel-good story about the joy of giving is complimented by sweet illustrations and is the perfect book for Christmas time. Sadie Windas enters the Youth Correctional Facility after she has taken the rap on a drugs charge to save her sister, a teenage mother with addiction issues, from prison. Search the site Search term is required. Home Books J.
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Jackdaw Summer Author: David Almond Publisher: Hodder Children's Books Fate leads Liam to find an abandoned baby and as a result his life becomes entwined with that of Oliver, an African boy seeking asylum and Crystal, an emotionally damaged girl. Jack's Fantastic Voyage Author: Michael Foreman Illustrator: Michael Foreman Publisher: Andersen Press Jack spends his summers with his grandfather, a former sea captain, who tells exotic tales of adventure and exploration. Jacky Daydream Author: Jacqueline Wilson Illustrator: Nick Sharratt Publisher: Random House Wilson's intimate, conversational style combined with a selection of childhood photographs and Nick Sharratt's familiar illustrations, makes this a delightfully satisfying read.
Jade Author: Millie Murray Publisher: Livewire Books Jade's mum was forced to give up a promising career as a model when she became pregnant and ended up a teen mum, married too young, and soon became a single parent. Jake in Danger Author: Annette Butterworth Illustrator: Nick Butterworth Publisher: Catnip Jake enjoys playing in the park with the other local dogs, but he is jealous of the attention and respect they give to the newcomer, Boris.
Jamela's Dress Author: Niki Daly Publisher: Frances Lincoln Jamela wraps herself up with the new material that her mother bought to make herself a dress for a wedding. James and the Giant Peach Author: Roald Dahl Illustrator: Quentin Blake Publisher: Puffin Through a series of peculiar and magical happenings, James finds himself on an adventure inside a giant peach with a bunch of friendly giant insects for travelling companions.
Jamilti and Other Stories Author: Rutu Modan Publisher: Jonathan Cape Stories that range from darkly fantastical and unsettling to surprising discoveries that shape personal identity. Jasmine Skies Author: Sita Brahmachari Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books Following from Brahmachari's debut novel, Artichoke Hearts, this a thoughtful, tender and uplifting novel, which continues the story of Mira, now two years older, as she negotiates challenging new experiences, the complexities of family and friendship, and the uncertainty of teenage love.
Jedi Academy Author: Jeffrey Brown Publisher: Scholastic Roan is desperate to become a pilot but instead of attending pilot school he is invited to join the Jedi Academy. Jekyll's Mirror Author: William Hussey Publisher: Oxford University Press This enthralling tale combines the harsh realities of cyber bullying with dark magic and the occult. Jellybean Goes to School Author: Margaret Roc Illustrator: Laura Hughes Publisher: Tamarind Jellybean finds her first day of school a little scary, but she soon finds it easier when she makes a friend.
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Author: John Fardell Publisher: Andersen Press Set in a futuristic world of exotic settings, monorails and high-rise buildings, you're sure to love exploring these amazing pictures! Jim and the Beanstalk Author: Raymond Briggs Publisher: Penguin This is a fun, engaging re-telling of the original folklore story of Jack and the Beanstalk, which also doubles as a clever sequel - an excellent picture book for early readers. Jimmy Coates: Killer Author: Joe Craig Publisher: HarperCollins An year-old boy discovers he has strange powers, and a future that holds mystery, adventure - and death!
Jimmy Coates: Target Author: Joe Craig Publisher: HarperCollins Stand back for this new high-speed adventure, packed with surprises, danger and escape against the odds. Jimmy Corrigan: Author: Chris Ware Publisher: Jonathan Cape This extraordinary graphic novel is so obviously a labour of love that the reader can only marvel at the energy that has been expended in its creation. Jinx: the Wizard's Apprentice Author: Sage Blackwood Publisher: Quercus Publishing This is an exciting adventure that also references social, ethical, and environmental issues on the way.
Johnny Swanson Author: Eleanor Updale Publisher: David Fickling Books Johnny Swanson, bullied at school because of his diminutive size, answers an advertisement offering the 'secret of instant height'. Jolly Olly Octopus Author: Tony Mitton Illustrator: Guy Parker Rees Publisher: Orchard Books A counting book with a difference, this poem-story incorporates rhythm, onomatopoeia, alliteration, repetitive phrases and wonderfully bright, lively and funny illustrations.
Jonathan Swift's Gulliver Author: Martin Jenkins Illustrator: Chris Riddell Publisher: Walker Books This focused and lively retelling retains all of Gulliver's adventures, remaining true to the spirit of the original but adding a modern-day pacing and clarity. Joy Author: Corrinne Averiss Illustrator: Isabelle Follath Publisher: Words and Pictures Press This uplifting tale, which explores the nature of happiness and celebrates the touching relationship between grandparent and child, is an absolute delight. Julius Zebra: Rumble with the Romans Author: Gary Northfield Publisher: Walker Books Set in ancient Rome, this is the hilarious tale of Julius, a zebra who is seized from his African watering hole and shipped hundreds of miles away to face the gladiators in combat at the Colosseum.
Jumanji Author: Chris Van Allsburg Publisher: Andersen Press Judy and Peter are bored and alone - until they discover a mysterious board game, Jumanji , that comes to life as soon as they start to play. Jump and Shout!
Just Because Author: Rebecca Elliott Publisher: Lion Children's This uplifting book focuses on a sibling relationship, as a little boy affectionately describes his older sister. Just Ducks Author: Nicola Davies Illustrator: Salvatore Rubbino Publisher: Walker Books Every morning when she wakes up, a little girl hears the ducks quack down on the river that flows through the town. Just In Case Author: Meg Rosoff Publisher: Penguin This quirky, off-beat novel acutely depicts the feelings of pain and alienation felt by many adolescents.
Just Like Daddy Author: Lucy Freegard Publisher: Pavilion A baby raccoon dreams of growing up to be just like Daddy in this cute, heart-warming book that's perfect for fathers to share with their little ones. Just Read! Just Right Author: Birdie Black Illustrator: Rosalind Beardshaw Publisher: Nosy Crow This gentle, feel-good story about the joy of giving is complimented by sweet illustrations and is the perfect book for Christmas time. Juvie Author: Steve Watkins Publisher: Walker Books Sadie Windas enters the Youth Correctional Facility after she has taken the rap on a drugs charge to save her sister, a teenage mother with addiction issues, from prison.