"We first met Liz at our very first (and subsequently last) Gay Wedding Fair, where she kindly introduced us to the amazing Wedition whilst we were heckled by one of London’s more ferocious (certainly not the best) drag queens playing the ‘Countdown’ theme as the fair drew to a close. She made every effort to make us feel appreciated and really inspired us with her beautiful creations and it was then we knew we needed her on our ‘team’! We met with her some months later and started developing our ideas for what would become our wedding magazine. Liz thought carefully and listened so intently - it was like meeting up with a friend and she absorbed every bit of information we provided for her. We were able to be involved in as much or as little of the creative process as we wanted, and I enjoyed putting together as much as I could towards the final magazine. When we saw the end result we were both overcome - Liz had captured the very essence of ‘us’! We had Wedition given out before our ceremony and we love looking at the photos of our guests browsing it. It also gave my mum something to share with her friends who didn’t come - I’m not sure there is anyone in the local area who hasn’t read all about us by now! If we did it all over again, we would definitely have Liz involved as she was a total pleasure from (terrifying) start to amazing end, I really hope Wedition continues to flourish in the future! Thank you so, so much for making this truly spectacular magazine for us!" - Mark & Paul
Paul and Mark married at the stunning 17th century Wotton House. Their turquoise Wedition had a peacock theme throughout and contained their carefully selected readings, proposal story, wedding day details, Wotton House history, wedding party introductions, photos through the years and menu. We also hid 10 items representing their table names throughout the Wedition, guests had to find the item and guess the table theme!
Paul and Mark had a face-to-face Discovery Session with Liz and there were follow up emails and Whatsapp messages along with three hard copy proofs so that Paul and Mark were able to see how the design and layout of their Wedition was progressing. Paul and Mark ordered 60 copies of their 16-page Wedition which was handed out by their ushers before the ceremony began. Paul and Mark also ordered a large copy of their front cover which they framed and put on their wall at home.