A wedding report is basically an extra layer of texture to the memories of the day. In the hurricane of chaos that is a wedding day there is so much emotion and adrenaline (not to mention a little booze...!) involved that things you would expect to remember forever can pass you by in a flash.

All reports are professionally published and feature unique illustrations and a variety of gorgeous fonts and typography.

You can also choose to have your report made into a beautiful hardback book which has been individually designed by Leah Spicer Creative. Leah & I have worked together to create this wonderful little keepsake, which we are sure you will be proud to treasure long after the confetti has settled on your wedding. You can view some previous examples of wedding reports below...

Emily and Stef's

Emily and Stef chose to have an outdoor humanist ceremony that was entirely beyond the realms of imagination and stretched over four glorious days in June. It was a jamboree full of love and fun as two people cemented their relationship and celebrated their family, surrounded by rolling fields and hearts full to the brim.

Thea & Jonny's

Sometimes all you need is good food, great wine and even better company. Jonny and Thea’s small and intimate wedding in a 16th century coaching inn was a celebration of all the best things in life. It was a blisteringly sunny day in a quintessentially English town when they made their vows to each other above a soundtrack of little people’s footsteps and an acoustic pop choir.

Emma & Scott's

With a sprinkling of snow, a pop of bold colour and the magic of Christmas approaching, Emma and Scott made their vows on a chilly winter’s day in the Hertfordshire countryside. Enveloped in emotion and surrounded by family, Mr & Mrs Lyth celebrated their marriage with a soundtrack of 1940’s classics and a nod to old-school glamour.

Franky & Carl

The magic of Pinewood Studios in crisp winter sunshine provided the most exquisite setting for a cinematically inspired wedding and the entrance of an Audrey-esque bride. From film soundtracks running throughout the day to projections of classic black and white films, no detail was overlooked as Franky and Carl celebrated their epic nuptials in opulent surroundings.

Kim & Chara's

Kim and Chara's London love affair saw their guests transported between exquisite venues in the metropolis on big red buses, before enjoying a sumptuous feast overlooking the Thames. From undeniably chic styling to tiny thoughtful details, every single element of their lavish wedding burst with their mutual love of not only each other, but also of their family and friends and of their home town.

Fetcham Park

A collection of Sirens made their way hauntingly through the historic walls of Fetcham Park, decked in the finest bridal couture to mark the occasion of this Grade II house opening its doors to the public for the first time. A fashion show and cocktail party on the eve of Halloween brought together some of the quintessential suppliers in the wedding industry.