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Confessions of a Suffolk Photographer – The Wedding speeches

This week our guest blogger is Sue Tetley, a Thrive Programme Consultant from Suffolk, she has recently opened her practice in Sudbury and offers positive psychology coaching to help overcome fears, phobias, anxiety, depression and many other symptoms to achieve life long postive change.  If you have been asked to present a speech at a wedding and don’t know where to start, take a look at her great advise or give her a call and discuss your concerns, she’ll soon put your fears to rest.  Her contact details can be found on our network page. Top Ten Tips for... Read more...

Confessions of a Suffolk Photographer – The Wedding Honeymoon

Hi, I’m Wayne and I am a Travel Counsellor based on the Essex/Suffolk border in a village called Leavenheath. Before becoming a Travel Counsellor I got myself a backpack and went off around the world. I have seen and done some amazing things and can draw on my own experiences from travelling in five continents. When returning from my own travels I knew I wanted to turn my hobby into my job. I worked as a Travel Expert for a high street company where I was tailor making dream trips for people including adventure holidays, gap years, honeymoons, package... Read more...

Confessions of a Suffolk Photographer – Wedding Catering

Bizzibeans is a caterer which specialises in BBQ catering for weddings and parties.  Todd and his team began their business by opening a cosy cafe in Long Melford which they quickly outgrew as demand for locally produced food increased.  Branching out into BBQ catering, their order books soon filled and are now booked over a year in advance.  Constantly evolving, Bizzibeans BBQ menu shows no boundaries. Top Ten Tips – Wedding Catering Booking your catering 1.  We recommend that you book your catering at least 12-18 months before your wedding day. Popular dishes 2.  The most popular dishes for... Read more...

Confessions of a Suffolk Photographer – Commercial Head-shots

“Headshots are 10% photography and 90% communication” Peter Hurley New York and Los Angeles Photographer https://peterhurley.com  Why you need to use a professional photographer? 10 Top Tips – Head Shots Confidence 1.  Even the most confident person can crumble in front of the camera.  The site of a lens glaring at you, can for some, be quite invasive and reveal our inhibitions.   When your photograph has been taken, how we are feeling at the time is revealed through our facial expressions.  A professional photographer has the skills to help you feel relaxed and comfortable giving you guidance and reassurance... Read more...

Confessions of a Suffolk Photographer – Wedding Make-up

  Emma Quin, started Pretty Faces Make Up in 2005, after a successful career at Clarins & Lancôme. Her love of make up started as a young girl, watching her older sisters transform themselves for parties and dates. Mesmerised by the green and blue eyeshadow so popular in the 1970s, it wasn’t long before Emma had learnt how to apply her favourite Mary Quant make up with expertise!  Over the last decade, Emma has built up an excellent reputation as THE make-up artist for brides and the bridal party. Frequently on the preferred suppliers list, Emma is in demand... Read more...
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