Win Tickets to the Designer Wedding Show ~ Two Pairs Up For Grabs…

Hi All :)  I'm really looking forward to attending the Designer Wedding Show on Friday 11 February next week, and thanks to Hamish Jordan of London Wedding Photographers Eternal Imaging, I have two pairs of tickets to give away. I thought it would be nice for the Bride-to-be to be able to visit the show with Fiance, or Mum, or even a friend, and spend time perusing the fabulous exhibitor stands. 

The Designer Wedding Show brings together both high-profile designers and less well-known names (those hard-to-find but brilliant-to-discover specialists), and presents the most covetable collection of 130 companies offering everything for stylish weddings.  A visit to this fabulous show certainly helps to make the complex task of planning your wedding so much simpler.   And of course, if you're planning on going on Friday 11, there will be a few of us Bloggers and Wedding Industry people having a mooch about too, so come say hi! 😉

Eternal Imaging will be at stand number 38, (next to the fashion show catwalk), to answer your questions and talk you through our services and show you through their full range of albums.

To win a pair of tickets, simply leave a comment at the end of this feature, stating why you are looking forward to attending the event, eg, it might be to help you find that perfect dress or to browse through wedding cake ideas, or to find your Wedding Photographer! Whatever the reason may be, leave a brief comment below explaining why before midnight on Sunday 6th February and the two winners will be picked at random the following morning.  Tickets will be posted to their destination address by First Class post on Monday afternoon.

Good luck everyone! 🙂

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Hamish Jordan of Eternal Imaging talks about his Wedding Photography services…

"At Eternal Imaging wedding photography, our aim is to capture the essence of your wedding day through my award winning, creative and contemporary photography.

Because weddings are personal occasions, I will always carry out a pre-wedding consultation to ensure I understand your expectations and requirements.

My non-intrusive approach enables me to capture fresh, natural images throughout your wedding day. I have an understanding of the way people feel and want to look in their photographs, I believe everybody is beautiful and I want people to understand this. My purpose is to put you at ease and capture you looking your absolute best. Each photograph is developed into individual works of art, I work tirelessly after your wedding day editing and perfecting your images to present you with a unique record of your wedding…"




"Every aspect of my service is undertaken with a high attention to detail. My album and lab suppliers are of the higest quality because I believe images are made to be seen in the best possible way, not just supplied electronically. I am dedicated to providing superb customer service from the moment we first speak right up until providing you with your finished photographs. I approach my work with an attitude of always doing more than is expected."




Huge thanks to Hamish Jordan of Eternal Imaging for so kindly sharing these tickets with our readers.

You can visit the Eternal Imaging Wedding Photography Blog here and you can also view more work from Eternal Imaging on the Love My Dress Wedding Blog here.

Have a lovely afternoon everyone 🙂

Much love,

Annabel 🙂


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Founder of Love My Dress. Passionate Podcaster and Editor. Annabel lives in rural North Yorkshire with her husband and business partner Philip, their two daughters and menagerie of furry hounds. She loves photography, meditation, walking, being outdoors and star gazing. She is fierce when it comes to championing talent within the wedding industry and when she's not working on Love My Dress, she supports her husband Philip in the running of the family's sustainable flower farm and floral design business, Moonwind Flowers. In 2013, she became a published author.