Wedding Wednesday #11 - The postman comes

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Just as I was starting to write a different Wedding Wednesday post the postman knocked at my door. I knew why, I'd been eagerly awaiting him. Yesterday our wedding photographer, Katie Drouet, sent me a message saying our wedding photos where in the post.

The kicker is that I can't look at them yet as I've promised Andy that I'll wait until he gets home from work, so we can see them together.

So, this post is really a diversionary tactic to stop me from having a peek. What I am going to share with you is the awesome package that arrived wrapped in brown paper (as we know, all the best packages come wrapped in this).


Under the brown paper was bubble wrap (saved that to enjoy later), and a cute sticker. I could hear her cheery voice in my head.







As well as receiving the cutest USB stick, Katie sent us come fridge magnets and stickers. And her business card which I am shamefully sharing with you here - if you're getting married in Suffolk or Essex, I can't recommend her highly enough. Having Katie take our wedding photos was amazing, she's is such a sweet lady and super talented, I genuinely think she bought a little special something to our day.

I'll share some photos with you soon, I know I won't be able to wait until next Wednesday!

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  1. I can't wait to see the photos! x

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  2. That is insanely cute!!! Wow, what a lovely idea she has come up with!x

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    1. Isn't it wonderful? It was so much fun to open.

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