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    Welcome to The Flower House.

    Our flower shop has been trading here in Stamford for the past 34 years under the name Sue's Flower House up until April 2014 and although we are long established, we do not live in the past.

    We provide bouquets and arrangements from traditional, contemporary and designer styles - in fact anything you require we will make especially for you!

    We pride ourselves on top quality fresh flowers and a friendly helpful service.

Beth’s pre-prom party!

In June I had the privilege of photographing Beth’s pre-prom party at her parents house. As my first pre-prom party I tried to think of them as ushers and bridesmaids! Although going by the activity on my facebook page following this album, I think it worked. Oh and I loved the dresses!

A huge thank you goes to Beth’s parents, Hilary & John for their hospitality and their kind words.

To see the whole gallery please visit my facebook page at www.facebook.com/tracyburrphotography

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013 – ‘Sowing the Seeds of Change’ Homebase Garden by Adam Frost

I would like to share with you some images of Adam Frost’s Gold Medal winning garden, Sowing the Seeds of Change in association with the Alzheimer’s Society. A modern family garden that has been designed to provide a small family with a space to enjoy an everyday connection with their food and nature.

The garden provides a space where they can garden, relax and entertain whilst also providing a habitat to encourage wildlife, including a range of fruit, herbs, vegetables, shrubs and herbaceous perennials.

The world has changed much since our parents’ time – the children of today don’t seem to have the same freedom that their parents once took for granted. The garden aims to provide an environment to help a younger generation understand the natural world. It is a sustainable space, providing a wildlife corridor and a place where people can garden and cook together.

Please keep in touch with Adam on Twitter @frostatwork or read his blog at www.adamfrost.co.uk

The importance of details…

It’s no secret but I absolutely love to photograph the details at a wedding. All those little things that the Bride & Groom have possibly taken months to decide on and which are there just for the one day.

To a degree, these photographs cannot be planned in advance and there is much to consider when recording such images. The lighting, depth of field, background and lens choice are all considerations.

On a wedding day, I start my photography with the bridal details – the dress hanging up, the shoes, flowers and perfume bottle. I always photograph the rings before the ceremony too, preferably on an invitation or something with connection to the venue. Throughout the day, the details continue… the wedding breakfast room looks perfect on arrival and is an important part in the story of the wedding day. The place names on each table, the favours and flowers. And then there is the cake.

To me, the details of a wedding day are an integral part of the story and a part that I love!!

I hope you enjoy this little selection…

Weddings at The George Hotel of Stamford

Just wanted to share with you the George hotel of Stamford’s wedding brochure, which I’m honoured to be featured in. The George has to be one of my favourite venues in the area to photograph at, the staff are always very welcoming and it has gorgeous gardens as a backdrop to your wedding photos.

To view the whole wedding brochure please go to

http://www.georgehotelofstamford.com/index.php/weddings

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