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Brand New Wedding Website

Hello,

I hope you like my new look website.

This has been quite a time coming as I have been working with my web people for the majority of the year working on the site.

I am now proud to announce that my new site is up and running - and I am extremely proud of it.

I appreciate all of your comments and will be running a very exciting competition very soon.

In the meantime, I hope you will have an explore around my site and leave any feedback.

My website started off with humble beginnings in 2003. I asked my cousin to design it.  It was very simple and got straight to the point!

Then in 2010 I decided that I needed a re-design.  This is when I researched web people and decided upon using Hope and Creed.  They offer a friendly, relaxed service and are extremely informative throughout the entire process.


 
By the end of 2012 I was getting a little bit sick and tired of pink!
I loved my website, but it was a website that ONLY showed my wedding hair and make up work.  Although it needs to be very relevant to the work that I offer, I also wanted to show my other work experience and make my website more personal to me and my personality - I hope that I managed to achieve this.

Yet again, I turned to Hope and Creed and probably caused them quite a large headache with my requirements - They never did admit this to me..... but sometimes I did catch them speaking about cows in their field rather than make up!
I still have plenty of photos to upload and this should be happening over the next week so remember to keep checking back from time to time.

Hope and Creed  helped me create what I now consider to be my perfect site that portrays me perfectly.
I hope that you agree.  :-)

Keep posted for details of my on line Launch Party with an exciting competition announcement.

www.bridalmakeupbyamy.co.uk



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