Our favourite suppliers...
Choosing your suppliers can be overwhelming - there are so many amazing creatives out there!
Below are some of our faves, and we’d highly recommend every single one of them.
Rock The Frock, Cheshire
If you’re looking for a wedding outfit that’s a little bit different then Rock The Frock Cheshire is the place to go. Alongside beautiful dresses, Helen (owner and mega babe) also has a selection of jumpsuits, trousers and two-pieces, perfect for non-traditional brides. She stocks a range of amazing designers too, so you’re bound to find something you love. I found my absolute dream dress with Helens help - and actually really miss my trips to the boutique! Alongside Rock The Frock, Helen also owns ‘In Love Club’ tees - a range of super soft t-shirts designed exclusively for those in love!
Website - www.rockthefrockbridal.co.uk
Insta - @rockthefrockcheshire
Culinary Concept Donuts
Based in Cheshire, Culinary Concept specialise in creating artisan donuts that taste as good as they look! Personally, I would take donuts over cake any day but as we didn’t have a lot of guests at our wedding we felt that cake would be a waste, so we opted for donuts instead. Rayner, owner of Culinary Concept, was amazing and made us feel as though nothing was too much trouble. He created bespoke donuts that matched our black and white theme and they were amazing! I’d highly recommend Culinary Concept - for any celebration, not just a wedding!
Website - www.culinaryconcept.co.uk
The Albert Square Chop House
Located in the heart of Manchester, The Albert Square Chop House is an incredible location for a wedding celebration. The venue itself is steeped in history, and is part of the Manchester Memorial Hall which was built in memory of Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert.
Lawrence Hallows, their incredible in-house wedding coordinator will work with you to ensure your wedding meets all of your requirements whilst keeping your budget in mind. The whole team at Albert’s are absolutley amazing - and we would one million percent recommend the venue to anyone.
Website - www.albertschophouse.com
Viva La Booth, Photo Booth
I first discovered Viva La Booth at The Indie Wedding Fair in Sheffield, and have been a huge fan ever since! Not only is the booth super stylish (and bound to be a huge talking point at your wedding), it also comes with a choice of cool backdrops and a box full of props - so your guests can get really creative. The booth also has an interactive screen, so you can perfect your poses before you start snapping! Our favourite thing about the booth is that all of the pictures taken are uploaded to an online gallery - so you and your guests can download all of your favourites!
Website - www.vivalabooth.co.uk
Joanne Jacobs, Photographer
Joanne was the photographer on the Hollin Oaks styled shoot we provided stationery for last summer. Unfortunately, I couldn’t attend the shoot on the day, but the photos that followed were dreamy - and I knew that I had to work with Joanne again! Her documentary style photography truly captures the thoughts, feelings and emotions of individuals - which is one of the many reasons I asked her to photograph my own wedding. Joanne is the most magical human and makes you feel totally at ease which is amazing if (like me) you aren’t the most comfortable around a camera!
Website - www.joannejacobs.co.uk
Insta - @joannejacobsfoto
Beespoke Bridal Jackets
I’d been following Beespoke for a while so I was super happy when Katie, owner of Beespoke, was our stand neighbour at The Un-Wedding Show in Leeds. I’ve always loved the idea of having a wedding jacket, they look super cool teamed up with a dress or two-piece and are perfect for a more chilled look in the evening. All of Beespoke’s jackets are embellished by hand at their studio in Yorkshire and can be customised to you. My favourite thing about Beespoke is that each jacket is embroidered with a small bee, so you know you’re part of the Beespoke squad!
Website - www.beespoke.online
Insta - @beespoke.online