Remember that New Years Resolution I had to write more blog posts? Well, that didn’t go very well at all! How are your resolutions going? Let me know in the comments
To make up for the severe lack of blog posts I thought I would give you a round up of the year so far. It’s also a good time to sit and reflect on the past six months which have most definitely been eventful!
We are over the moon that Peony and Gold have had so many weddings in the last six months and that we are continuing the amazing growth we have had in the last 2 years. There are more wedding images than I can possibly add to one blog post therefore I can only share a small selection of the amazing images we have from the last six months.
Not only have we had many many beautiful weddings, we have also made the huge leap into getting our own consultation space this year. Our new office at Beaufront Business Park in Hexham is coming along nicely and we love that we have this designated space to meet our gorgeous couples. The decision to make the leap was really made for us when we bought a house which requires a crazy level of renovation, we couldn’t exactly have you round for a chat in the midst of all the chaos.
Reflecting back on a more personal note, we made the trip of a lifetime in February to Walt Disney World Florida where we created a lifetime of memories! Have you been? Let me know in the comments. I can’t wait to go back!
Finally, 3 weeks ago we moved to the beautiful village of Newton, near Corbridge, we had no intention at all of moving but we just fell in love with the house and with the children schools being in Northumberland, the move just made sense. We are slowly ripping everything out and replacing it all but I’m sure it’ll be all worth it when we are done. On a side note, if you are wanting to follow our house journey we are on Instagram at @montheboth
Looking back over the last six months, things seem to have gone by in a blur and I’m guessing the next sixth months will pass just as quickly when I peek into the diary!
A huge thank you to all our brides and grooms, we would not be where we are today wit