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How to select a wedding dress

You’ve announced your engagement and chosen venue, booked the photographer (hopefully Keltic Rose Photography) and now you start looking for the most beautiful dress. We asked Adele from Bridal Wishes https://www.bridalwishes.co.uk/ what advice she gives brides on...

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Newman School Prom 2018

I've been attending the Newman School Prom for so many years that I've forgotten how long it is.  It must be approaching ten years, with perhaps a gap of 1 year and every year I find it great fun.  It's always been a special prom to me, with having three of my own...

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Dianne and Andy’s Wedding

Can you remember the exact time you met someone? Dianne and Andy met on the stroke of midnight on 1st January 2010 at the Party Party nightclub in Carlisle.  A few days after that they met again and later that year they moved in together.  Seven years later they are...

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Evolution Dance Photography

Following on from successfully capturing Dance Factor photos I was really pleased to be asked by Wendy Boothman and Jack Dunn to take photos at the first Evolution Dance Festival. Evolution involved students from 7 Carlisle primary schools along with 130 students from...

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Chloe & James’ Wedding

Chloe and James met at a work event - a quick hello and a casual chat led to James knowing he wanted to get to know Chloe better.  A few weeks later and they had met up a few times and after time knew they should be together.  They are both laid back in their approach...

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Gemma & Bens Wedding

I've know Gemma and Ben for at least 5 years, having first met them when I went to a pub that Gemma was working in, within the wilds of Cumbria to take newborn photos of their first daughter Khloe.  Gemma and Ben had first met in the pub and became friends.  One day...

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Kerrie & Andy’s Wedding

Lady Gillford`s House in Carlisle, or the Carlisle Registry Office as most people know it, is a beautiful place to get married.  The house was built in 1829, and is now named after Lady Gillford who lived there for several years in the early 20th century. In June 2011...

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