Lizzie’s parents live on Eel Pie Island so it was only natural that the reception of their daughter and soon to be husband, James would be held on the quirky Island at the Yacht Club. Firstly the Civil Ceremony was held at York House in Twickenham. The building has a large garden which is perfect for photographs.
James and Oliver his best man and Usher shake hands
Lizzie and her Dad walk to the ceremony at York House in Twickenham
After the service Lizzie and James reunite with their two year old son for a few family photographs with York House in the background.
The beautiful grounds at York House. Lizzie and James stop for a moment before walking down to the river.
A romantic kiss by the river Thames in Twickenham before making their way to the boat that was to take them round to their reception on Eel Pie Island.
The reception room was hung with blue and white lanterns. The guests enjoyed a good meal and entertaining speeches followed by a deliciously warm evening by the river with a terrific band.
Elaine shows you ‘How to tie the Italiano Bandeau’ with her Sunset scarf. These scarves are 100% silk soft and luxurious and will add a touch of glamour to any occasion. They are presented in beautiful gift boxes with cards and will make a perfect present for any friend or family. Each scarf is a Limited Edition. On a breezy day you need protection for your ears but want to look sensational and this is exactly how you can. Chou! xxx
Muriel from the Cote D’Azur shows you ‘How to tie the Jacket’ with my ‘Sunset’ silk scarf from the Lainey May range. An inventive and glamorous tie that shows off the ballerinas on the scarf and also is a chic way to walk along the Promenade Anglaise.
For more information on the Lainey May range & to purchase the scarves and to see many more videos in the series of ‘How to tie the scarves’. Go to: www.scarfsilkballerina.com
A glorious morning up on Richmond Hill. Elaine Mayson Photography was taking the Engagement photos for Eleanor and Elliot. There was a buzz of excitement for not only was the sun shining and the day warm, but later Prince Harry was going to wed Meghan Markle. The World was going to see Great Britain at its best!
Elliot had proposed to Eleanor up here on the historic Richmond Hill and what better way of celebrating the act, but to have their Engagement photos marking the spot. Relaxed and enjoying the morning I was able to capture their happiness and joy!
Dame Monica Mason and Dame Darcey Bussell talked to the teachers at the Cecchetti Day hosted at the Royal Ballet School. They had many stories to recount regarding the production of Elite Syncopation, which was choreographed by Kenneth Macmillan and was one of his more light hearted pieces. I saw the ballet many years ago and loved it. It is being performed in April/May 2018 at the Royal Opera House.
Dame Darcey Bussell coached the dancers from the Royal Ballet company giving the demonstration, Mayara Magri and Nicol Edmonds.
Catherine Hutchon the Director of the Cecchetti Society thanks Dame Monica Mason and the Deputy Director Kate Simmons looks on with pride.
Lisa and Gary were married on a rainy day with very wet ground. After Elaine Mayson Photography had taken the initial photograph of the group shot from above. Lisa, the bride made a positive decision to have the rest of the group shots inside. There was to be an official wedding breakfast and after that a rip roaring party, so many hours to enjoy!. I organised a room and the staff and the toast master all helped to keep all the photos running smoothly. The family had a ball! The shots show what fun you can have even without the sun shining. I loved photographing this family I had a smile on my face throughout. What a pleasure.
Button holes all round in the foyer at Foxhill’s mansion.
Groom’s button hole and the bride’s intricate wedding ring.
Signing the register in the ceremony room at Foxhills. Beautiful yellow and white spring flowers.
Lots of laughter amongst all the family and close friends.
They did it ! It is official Mr and Mrs.
Walking along the corridor to the lounge in Foxhill’s Mansion.
Hip hip hooray. Cheers to a great wedding day!
More fun in the photo shoot! The bride with her bridesmaids enjoy themselves and look great.
The groom relaxes and takes time out to let the girls shine in the photo shoot.
A sing song at the end of the wedding breakfast by the bride, groom and family had everybody in fits of laughter. Great atmosphere lovely moments captured forever at Foxhills by Elaine Mayson Photography.
The ballet was performed to packed houses at the large modern theatre in Runcorn. Isabelle Stott danced the role of Isabella brilliantly capturing the magic and excitement of the adventure story. Tracey Moss did an amazing job of capturing the essence of ‘Ballerina in Danger’ and making so many of my characters come to life. It was a wonderful experience for me and I will always treasure my memories.
Afterwards Isabella was very tired and she stepped back into the Pink House and found herself at her desk again. She decided she must have fallen asleep but then she noticed something sparkling on the floor. She went over to it and there was a star, a remnant from one of the stars dresses and she now was certain she was not dreaming. The invisible Pink House was real and she knew she was a very special girl to be its friend and go on such incredible adventures.