As you’re reading this, I’m in Germany! This morning’s alarm went off at the ungodly hour of 4am, and I landed in Cologne at just gone 9! I’m here until tomorrow afternoon with Marriott hotels, exploring the city and celebrating the launch of Marriott’s 1000th hotel. I’ve never been to Germany before, so it’s such a treat to get chance to see a little of Cologne! We’re doing a little Insta-tour at some point over the next day or so, so if you’d like to follow along, find me at ‘ciderwithrosieblog’! :) I hope you have a delightful Friday, and an even lovelier weekend! Here’s a little round up of all that’s made me most happy this week…

1. Last weekend’s day spent on the ‘marriage preparation course’ our church runs for couples getting married there. I’ll admit that we weren’t sure what the day would be like, or if we’d find it at all useful, but it turned out to be full of so many lovely moments I can’t even begin to name them all. I found it especially moving thinking about how many people had given up their Saturday to run the course, and a little talk given about the idea of cherishing your partner.

2. Learning calligraphy with Hero & Betty Etiquette on Wednesday! It was SO much fun! Full post coming your way next week…

3. Afternoon snacks of sugared ring doughnuts. £1 for 3 from the local BP garage. Boom. (I didn’t eat all three. Just one. And a half. Okay 1 and 3/4s.)

4. Feeding the ducks by hand! They’re getting so bold. Keeping my fingers crossed the mama nests in the duck house!

5. A phone call from my best friend Jo on Wednesday, to say she’d just passed her finals and is now officially a doctor! She’s been studying in London for the past 6 years, and I’ve honestly never known anyone work harder for anything that she’s worked for this degree. I’m prouder than I can put into words. I’ll be going to her graduation in early July just a week or so before my wedding, so it’s going to be a pretty exciting month for us both!

6. Finding the perfect pale pink nail varnish shade. It’s so cutesy and girly, I can’t help but feel happy with it on my nails.

7. Philip Kingsley smoothing cream. Makes my hair less frizzy than normal (hurrah!), and also makes it smell like the hairdressers. Double win!

8. Starting to practise my new signature. Feels so good to be just a few short months away from getting rid of the lame scribble I’ve used for a signature since the age of 12…

9. Monday’s headshot shoot at Jason’s offices. It was so fun taking photos of actual people, instead of food and coffee for a change! ;)

10. Buying Easter eggs. Does anyone else get embarrassingly overexcited about Easter? I just love it!

Three posts I’ve loved reading this week :: Molly’s photos from Lucerne || the final instalment in Jaclyn’s series about designing her own engagement ring || & Gillian’s photos from a weekend in York.

Happy Friday, everyone!


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Oh, I really do have some corkers to introduce to you today! The blogs in my sidebar this month have been so very lovely, I’ve found myself getting distracted by them on a far too frequent basis! It’s been bad for my productivity, you know? ;) There’s a whole range of types and styles of blogs linked below- from lifestyle, to food, to ones focused on city-living, and luxury travel, and men’s style, and women’s style! Truly something for everyone! Your Bloglovin’ feed is about to get a whole lot fuller, my friends ;) Happy reading!

Landscapes and Cupcakes
It’s been the greatest pleasure having Victoria’s lovely blog linked in my sidebar this month, and to have had the opportunity to get to know it better. It is, quite simply, gorgeous. Victoria is a garden designer, (an RHS gold medal winner, no less!), and everything she shares on her blog, from photos to stories to snippets of her design work, is absolutely lovely. Landscapes and Cupcakes features beautiful recipes (check the lemon + blueberry layer cake with edible flowers linked below- to die for!) lifestyle posts, and photos from the Welsh countryside that are so gorgeous, they look like screen grabs from those ‘Visit Wales’ tourism board ads! You’re going to just love Victorias’s blog, I know!
Favourite post from the past month? Lemon and blueberry layer cake with edible flowers. 

Let Us Wanderlust
It’s been another lovely month reading Carly’s blog! Let Us Wanderlust is a travel and lifestyle blog, with such a variety of posts it’s always a treat to catch up on the latest! There are sweet recipes (orange and date hot cross buns this month- the photos made me want to go running to the shops to buy supplies of dried fruit!), weekly favourites, and of course, posts about Carly’s number one love- travel! In a few weeks time Carly’s heading off to Europe to go travelling with her twin sister, so Let Us Wanderlust is set to be an exciting blog to follow for anyone else bitten by the wanderlust bug!
Favourite post of the past month? A Weekend to Remember!

Quintessentially Me
Quintessentially Me has been a new discovery for me recently, and I’m so enjoying getting to know it! Ashleigh, the blogger behind the posts, was born in Brighton, grew up in South Africa, and now lives in London. Her lovely blog began life as an online shop, and now is home to posts about dining out, travel (luxury travel only by Ashleigh’s own admission, a girl after my own heart! ;), healthy eating, and life in London- and I just love reading it! Ashleigh’s posts about health and wellbeing especially I find inspiring- in the past few weeks alone she’s convinced me I need to start making bone broth, and to buy a juicer! One to add to your reading list right away! :)
Favourite post of the past month? An overnight stay with Urban Villa. 

Silverspoon London
Oh, can I just switch places with Angie for a little while? She seems to live the most exciting life! Silverspoon London is a luxury travel and lifestyle blog, documenting Angie’s incredible (and seemingly endless!) adventures both in London and abroad. This month alone she’s shared posts from sunny South Africa, a snowy Istanbul, and written up a London guide that is quite possibly the ultimate ‘to do’ list for anyone looking to treat themselves next time they’re in the city! I just love living vicariously though Angie’s posts- and anyone fond of Made in Chelsea’s envy-inducing luxury will love it too! :)
Favourite post of the past month? A Luxurious Guide to Victoria. 

The Peppermint Pencil
If you’re not already a follower of Anya’s beautiful blog, you’re in for a real treat. It’s just beautiful- one of my favourite and most frequent reads ever since Anya first took up an ad spot here on my blog a few months ago. The Peppermint Pencil is a lifestyle blog, focusing on food, Anya’s adventures in the countryside, and weekly doses of inspiration. It’s Anya’s posts from her walks in the Peak District that are my forever favourites- I never fail to be in awe of her ability to photograph wildlife! You must check out the photos of a red grouse in the post linked below- they’re just too gorgeous for words!
Favourite post of the past month? A View from the Edge.

A Little Lusciousness
I already mentioned this on Twitter a little while ago, but it’s true- every single time I visit Rosie’s blog, my ‘where to eat next in London’ list grows longer! Rosie’s recommendations and reviews are just so fantastic. Her voice is so knowledgeable and authoritative, the reviews are comprehensive and beautifully written, and I find myself absolutely trusting her opinions about each dish and restaurant. A Little Lusciousness is, as you’ll have guessed, a food blog- both about the making and eating of really delicious meals! I’ve found myself returning to Rosie’s site time and again over the past few weeks, and can’t recommend you add it to your reading list highly enough.
Favourite post of the past month? The Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs. 

Uncia + Tigris
I’ve followed along with Clare for such a long time now, and love everything she puts out into the world via her blog. There’s such a refreshing honestly about all of Clare’s posts, and I find her style of writing pretty inspiring. Uncia + Tigris is another of those wonderful lifestyle blogs that contains a true mix of everything- from ‘life lately’ style posts to posts about beauty, recipes, and weekly round ups of the very best of the internet! My favourites are Clare’s posts entitled, simply ‘Q #..’, in which she shares a particular quote that’s been resonating with her of late, and shares a little about what changes and improvements and reflections it’s brought about in her life and state of mind. Amazing.
Favourite post of the past month? Q #40.

Holland’s Reverie
There’s something uniquely beautiful about Chelsea’s blog. She lives on a small homestead in Arkansas with her husband and four children, and shares photos about stories from their adventures in farming and parenting. Holland’s Reverie is a personal blog at its absolute best- a real insight into the lives and loves of a family living on the other side of the world. This month, Chelsea’s shared her St Patrick’s Day traditions (which sound amazingly fun, by the way!), photos of her four darling ‘wilds’, and a post about how her lovely husband managed to get all four children out of the door single handed one evening, but accidentally found himself at a party wearing his slippers. It’s exactly the sort of blog that warms my heart!
Favourite post of the past month? A Humorous Fail. 

My Blonde Reality
Jennie describes her blog as a ‘London based luxe lifestyle blog-journal’, and uses her lovely site as a way of documenting her adventures in the city! It’s quickly becoming a favourite read of mine- full of fun to-do lists (you MUST check out the Jennie’s summer city to do list, it’s a dream!), restaurant reviews, recipes- there’s a post for everyone! This month, Jennie visited the infamous cereal cafe on Brick Lane, and convinced my 100% that I need to visit next time I’m in town. I mean, she ate a bowl of cereal called Unicorn Poop, which contained crushed Party Rings and had strawberry milk poured over it. If that’s not enough convincing, I don’t know what is? ;)
Favourite post of the past month? The Best Breakfast in London? The Cereal Killer Cafe. 

Daydreams of Summertime
Daydreams of Summertime become a regular read of mine a good long time ago now, and it’s been yet another lovely month of posts this March! Sarah lives in Yorkshire with her boyfriend, and shares stories of their lives, happinesses, and adventures via her blog. On Daydreams of Summertime, you can expect to find ‘happy lists’, posts about Sarah’s favourite things (we have the exact same taste in pretty much everything, FYI!) and photos and stories from her adventures in Australia and other such far flung parts of the world. There’s something so very charming about Sarah’s blog, and I can’t recommend you have a read of it highly enough. You’ll love it, I know :)
Favourite post of the past month? Life || Happiness is…

The What Now Blog
If you don’t already follow along with Louise, you’re in for a real treat. The What Now Blog is a site I’ve been reading religiously for a good few months now, and won’t be stopping any time soon. On her blog, Louise shares positive thinking posts about work, personal growth, and mental wellbeing, and manages to tread the line between being friendly and warm, and trust-inspiring and authoritative with absolute precision. I find her posts inspire and challenge the way I think about my life, and make me feel empowered and in charge of the direction my life is heading. I truly can’t recommend you add The What Now Blog to your reading list enough- it’s the most inspiring blog going!
Favourite post of the past month? Stop Saying Sorry in the Office. 

Lush to Blush
I am SO excited to be introducing you to Meghan’s beautiful blog today- it’s such a gorgeous one! Lush to Blush was a new read for me this month, and I’ve found myself reading back through the archives many a time. Meghan’s blog is focused mainly on fashion and personal style, and everything she produces, from her outfits themselves to her photography, Instagram feed and styling, is just gorgeous. This month Meghan’s been sharing photos and outfits from Charleston Fashion Week, and making me insanely envious of the glorious weather she’s been experiencing! And also envious of the fact that she has the hair of a Disney princess…
Favourite post of the past month? Charleston Fashion Week.

A few more blogs & sites to discover ::
Get the Skinny || Favourite post? Pistachio & Basil Pesto
Life in a Break Down || Favourite post? 10 travel hacks. 
Cheeky Boo Emporium || Favourite item? ‘Sweet Heart’ greeting card. 
Michael 84 || Favourite post of the past month? Newcastle dress code on a night out.

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As soon as Jason and I got engaged, I started thinking about our wedding photography. Well, of course! Taking photos is what I do most of the day, every single day! It’s been an addictive thing- up until a couple of years ago- I’d never so much as held a ‘proper’ camera, and wasn’t ‘into’ taking photos in a big way at all. Now though, I’d say that photography is up there in the top five greatest loves of my life!

And so because of this, finding a truly fantastic photographer for our wedding was, as you’d imagine, a pretty huge deal for me. I had a clear vision in mind of the style of photography I was after and thought it might be a challenge to find a photographer whose style fitted exactly with what I was looking for, but the moment Jason sent me over an email containing a link to Sam Docker’s portfolio, I knew he was The One! There was no messing, no deliberation- just one look and I knew we’d found the photographer of my dreams!

Sam’s work is truly beautiful. Both his bridal and commercial photography are superbly creative and unique, and he plays with light in a way that I find so incredibly inspiring. We’ve sent so many emails back and forth since booking him to become our wedding photographer, about everything from the wedding itself to the merits of different lenses, editing software, and so many other elements of photography. Sam’s been such a fascinating person to get to know, I figured it might be fun to do a little interview with him here on Cider with Rosie! He’s even answered the question I get most frequently via email- how to get started shooting in manual on a DSLR!

So here we have it! The inside scoop on what it’s like to work as a professional commercial and wedding photographer…

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R :: Will you tell us a little about how you came to work as a professional photographer? I know you’re completely self-taught, so was there a magic moment when you first picked up a camera and thought ‘this is it!’?

S :: ‘I never planned to be a photographer. The signs had always been there, but it wasn’t until I was 28 when I realized it was something that not only I loved doing, but could also make a career from. I’d previously studied creative product design, I also had a short stint in digital marketing, and I ran my own online fashion business for 6 years. I’d always worked with cameras in some form, but it wasn’t until I bought a 35mm Canon AE-1 that things started to change. There was something special about shooting film that really made me question what I was doing, I simply loved it. That was definitely the pivotal “moment” for me. From then on, it has been an absolute roller-coaster journey.’


R ::What excites you most about your work? And how would you define your style of photography?

S :: ‘The biggest excitement and buzz is seeing how much the client values the images you’ve created, whether that be for a new brochure of products, or a giant print of a couple on their wedding day. The images have meaning, some will last more than others, but knowing they provide a huge amount of satisfaction to my clients and couples is what I love more than anything about my job, if you can call it a job!! There’s no greater feeling than opening that email after the client has taken delivery of the final set of images, even if I am a little nervous before opening it!!

In terms of my style, it’s difficult to pigeonhole, but there are definitely elements of lifestyle and fashion in there, with a little documentary and some fine art thrown in for good measure. From a wedding point of view, my images hopefully tell a story of the couple’s day, the moments that happen, the people and the background details that go into such an event, all come together to help them re-live that day. Commercially, my work is much more focused towards lifestyle imagery, and providing brands or agencies with images that feel natural and creatively on trend.’
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R :: Have there been any particularly memorable shoots, or standout moments from your career so far? And, conversely, any particular challenges you’ve worked past?

S :: ‘Without doubt, travelling to the Philippines for a wedding has to be a highlight- to be able to take my family with me made this even more special than I could even imagine, a once in a lifetime opportunity. I’ve also been involved in some great commercial shoots, but my latest for the Olive Tree – felt like I’d taken my work to the next level. Seeing my work feature on their site, and to know that it adds value to their brand is a real bonus for me.

In terms of challenges, I’ve been quite fortunate. I think if you manage expectations from the start and communicate your ideas throughout, the only challenges should be ones that you set yourself, such as trying new ways of shooting. The only challenge that has surprised me since I started working in this industry is monitoring image use. It’s amazing how many suppliers think they can just take your images without any credit towards the photographer, or enquiring about a fee to use them for their own promotion!’


R :: What’re your favourite pieces of photography equipment? Are there any bits of kit you’d never head to a shoot without?

S :: ‘My favourite question!! Like most photographers, I’m a tech-nerd at heart, and love new kit. In terms of my “couldn’t live without” items, it would have to be the Canon 50L and 135L lenses, both are complete magic and have produced most of my favourite images. In terms of my staple items that make every shoot, I work with 2 Canon 5D MKIII’s, and have a variety of prime lenses. Commercially, the 50mm Macro 2.8 is one of the most under-rated lenses in my bag. I also love and shoot a lot of my documentary wedding work on the Sigma 35mm Art lens and the Canon 24L, both incredible for when I’m in the mix of a wedding.’


R :: How does working as a commercial photographer compare to your bridal work? Would you be able to share a little insight into how you’d approach each different style of shoot?

S :: ‘There are lots of elements of weddings and commercial work that cross-over, such as the natural, documentary and creative style that I try to achieve in my work, but the biggest and most notable difference between the 2 is the pace and pressure of a wedding. There are no 2nd chances with weddings, you miss that first kiss, or the confetti shots are out of focus, you’re in trouble! There are different pressures with commercial work, but it’s at a different pace, and you generally have a little more time to produce the image.

My commercial work starts with finding out the brief, whether thats from an agency or the client directly. It’s important that I understand the type of imagery they want to achieve, but more importantly, that I can achieve it. For example, if someone approached me to shoot a new car advert and it was heavily studio based, I’d have to turn the project away as that isn’t my field of expertise, and the client would only be left disappointed.

Weddings are much more about engaging with my couples, I want to know them and what makes them tick. I want them to feel comfortable around me, I am after all being invited into their family circle for the biggest day of their lives, and I never take that for granted. For the wedding day itself, I can’t stress enough how much I want my couples to just enjoy themselves, as a recently married man, I know exactly how they’ll be feeling and just how quickly that day will fly! If they enjoy the day, and their guests enjoy it, the images almost take care of themselves!’

R :: It’s impossible to play favourites, but do you have any photos that stick out as your personal ‘bests’? :)

S :: ‘I always get told by couples “we don’t like having our picture taken”, and I do get that, but when it comes to the portrait element of the day, I always want my couples to see those 10-15 minutes as alone time with their new husband or wife, and this image of Jane and Sue [below] completely sums up that zone I want them to find. A quiet and peaceful moment, just the 2 of them, on a day of complete chaos!’


‘This is Emily’s dad delivering his speech. As a dad to a little 3 year old girl, I always find myself relating to everything they have to say, and this image moves me every time I see it. I’m sure it will only seem like 10 minutes before I’m in his boots.’


‘And the very first image in this post has to be included as a favourite, as it was the beginning of my commercial work. It was the first image I took where I truly realized I could do more of this, and that I was able to make strong imagery for brands and agencies.’

R :: What advice would you give anyone looking to start using their DSLR on manual, and wanting to understand the basics of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings?

S :: ‘We live in an amazing age right now, one where photography, and especially high-level photography are more accessible than ever. That said, if you’re thinking of starting down this path, you should really have a strong understanding of the basics. Cambridge in Colour is an amazing resource for reading up about shutter speeds, ISO and aperture, and the relationship they all share. The best advice I can give on shooting manual is to just go out and experiment, a simple walk round the park to try different settings and see what happens is a great start.

My basic approach and setup is to start by setting the ISO, bright sun is 100, cloudy is 400-800, low light is 1600+, then depending on the depth of field I want to achieve, I’ll set my aperture, usually anything between f1.2 and f2.5 for natural documentary work. The final setting is my shutter, and this is controlled by my previous 2 settings, in bright daylight, it will be fast, 1/4000-1/8000, for cloudy it will be 1/800-1/1600 and for low light, 1/200+. I try not to drop below 1/200th for the shutter, this way I reduce my chances of motion blur as anything below that speed will need one steady hand or a tripod.’

*Huge* thank you to Sam- picking the brains of a real-life pro photographer was a pretty great way to spend one afternoon last week! And aren’t his images just incredible? :) All Sam’s links are listed below, so please do go and check out the rest of his commercial and wedding portfolios- I had to a hard job selecting which photos to include in this post, there were so many beautiful images to choose from!

And Sam? We’ll see you on the 17th of July!

Sam Docker :: Commercial portfolio || Wedding portfolio || Twitter || Facebook


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The very best thing about Miss Tania having just moved over to Shoreditch (aside from the fact that she’s now in the UK and not the other side of the world like this time last year…) is that it gives me a great excuse to explore a part of London I’m not familiar with at all! Up until a couple of weeks ago the only time I’d ever really explored the Shoreditch/Brick Lane area of London was during a trip to the vintage shops a year or so ago, and so last week Tania and I set aside a bit of time dedicated solely to exploring her new home turf.

Turns out, by ‘explore’ we meant ‘get lost on so-simple-they-should-be-idiot-proof 5 minute journies, and then continue to walk the wrong way even after resorting to using our phones as sat navs’! I’m not sure which of us has a worse sense of direction, to be honest with you- thank goodness Shoreditch has such awesome street art it wasn’t a hardship walking down so many roads necessarily! ;)
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What I wore :: Chambray shirt || Jeans || Loafers (originally via Boden) || Watch || Handbag

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First place on our hitlist was The Albion, for coffees and chit chat. I’d never even heard of the place before last week, and am so very glad we’ve been introduced, Albion and I, since it’s totally divine. A photographer’s dream, too! I actually let out a little gasp of happiness when we rounded the corner and I saw how beautifully arranged all the fruit and veg was outside the front of the deli, because the past almost three years of camera-wielding have turned me into an all out dork when it comes to things like this. Is vegetable-arranger/cafe organiser a job? If so, I’d like to apply for the position. Maybe I’d call myself a Curator of Produce. A Professional Flora Stylist. ANYWAY. I’ve been sidetracked…

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^^ A flat white for me (as always, I’m so predictable) and an elderflower/mint concoction for Tan. Don’t you love the school dining hall table set up? ^^


We very nearly were tempted by the array of cakes and sweet treats on offer, but decided to save our appetites for the next spot on our agenda…Mother Clucker!

I can’t remember how I found out about Mother Clucker, but I’ve known about their magical, wondrous existence for easily 18 months now and have been trying to make plans to visit this whole time. And you know what? It was totally worth the wait. Mother Clucker are based in the Truman Brewery just off Brick Lane, and serve up fried chicken that knocks KFC’s offering clean out of the park! The chicken gets brined then dipped in a buttermilk batter (twice, so says the MC site!), and fried to crispy perfection. The Cajun fries are equally delicious (I’d go so far as to say they’re maybe the tastiest I’ve ever eaten)- loaded with salt and with a hint of spice. Nothing short of glorious.

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 Would’ya look at that? Tania and I shared a portion of the Cajun fries and strips, and both agreed you’d have to be *really* hungry to eat a whole portion to yourself. Also on the menu is the ‘Cluckwitch’- strips of fried chicken in a brioche bun with homemade hot sauce, lime mayo, and picked peppers- that I’m pretty keen to try next time I’m nearby one of their trucks. And not as if we needed a reason to go back, but their famous Mac n Cheese wasn’t available from the Truman Brewery truck (it’s Camden only apparently, boo!) so another visit might just be on the cards. With Jason next time too, since he was green with envy when I showed him these photos!

Since we couldn’t get the mac n cheese we’d been counting on, Tania suggested we sample one of the South American ‘arepas’ being served from the next truck along instead. I’ve clean forgotten the name of that food truck, but I’ve honestly not stopped thinking about the slow cooked beef arepas they were serving ever since. The beef was melt in the mouth delicious, smashed together with black beans, cheese, red onion, avocado, and fresh tomato, all served inside a warm flatbread made from ground maize. The bread sort of reminded me of gnocchi…maybe gnocchi crossed with pita bread? I’m not sure, but it was carby and delicious and *very* filling.

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All in all, it wasn’t a bad way to spend an afternoon! And just to reassure you we did do something else other than just…eat, Tania and I did also stop into a couple of vintage shops, but left pretty sharpish after realising that the vintage dresses we were trying on made us look like sister wives. So, that was that! ;)

** Both food trucks are located in Elys Yard at the Truman Brewery, and Mother Clucker deliver (via Deliveroo) within London. Now, just *when* is Surrey going to get a delivery service to match London’s, hey?

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