Jones and Co are professional wedding photographers based in Farnham, Surrey. Fiona Jones and her partner Jason have a combined wealth of experience in wedding and civil partnership photography. Our style is to blend classic and modern photography to chronicle your wedding with natural and expressive imagery. Our aim is to instil within our clients the peace of mind that their wedding photography is undertaken professionally, attentively and creatively.
Although it is Thursday - who’s got the weekend buzz?
Long weekend ahead and I can’t wait. It may be dull and raining outside, but the thought of a 4 day weekend gives me a warm feeling inside! www.jonesandco.co
Wow! What can I say about the No.10 Catwalk Show at Northbrook Park - just that it was the most fabulous event and I was honoured to be part of it. I went along for most of the day photographing the whole event from the Vine Room being transformed by gorgeous chair covers and bright pink bows from Ambience Venue Styling and the softening drapes and pink lighting from the lovely Liz at Stress Free Hire - really made the rooms look special.
More suppliers arrived to set up and continue making the Orangery look super. It was so nice that so many people wanted to give their time and expertise to help with this fantastic charity. Sarah from Creative Candi had a beautiful display of all pink sweets in lovely glass jars, BCC name tags and pink sweetie bags and pink ribbon on the serving spoons. These went down very well and the strawberry bonbons were especially yummy - so I am told.......! Cathy from The Style Station had a stunning table of pieces that attracted much attention in the eveni…
April ShowersLouise and Edward's Wedding I had a lovely April wedding for a super couple, Louise and Edward, that I thought I would tell you about.
There are hundreds of wedding superstitions and
Louise and her family did a grand job of covering most of them, some really
lovely touches. Louise was a very lucky Bride with a whole room at her parents
home decked out as a bridal room!
Meanwhile Ed, his Best Man and one of the ushers
were getting ready just around the corner at their home – and very dapper they
looked too. There was a bit of last minute practise on the Best Man’s speech
before heading off in the car to Upton Grey for a lunch, at the pub of course!
One superstition nobody had control over was
rain on your wedding day - which some say is good luck and when it rained it
certainly meant it, more like April downpours than showers! Some of the guests
arrived in the rain but right on cue the clouds parted and the sun shone for
Louise’s arrival and in fact stay…