Artisan Cakes and personalised Cookies from Nila Holden

Today I am thrilled to spotlight on boutique bakery Nila Holden who create the most beautiful artisan Cakes and personalised Cookies for weddings, events and gifts.

Based in Bedfordshire the brand was launched in 2012.

 

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Launched with the aim of offering something a little different, Nila Holden’s signature style combines romantic, whimsical floral designs with quirky lettering and beautifully styled packaging to create the perfect wedding favour or bridal gift.

From ‘Will You Be My Bridesmaids’ designs to thank you gifts for wedding guests, each piece is handmade with love from Nila Holden’s workshop located just outside of London and delivered on a daily basis to happy couples throughout the UK and abroad.

Nila Holden has quickly earned a reputation as one of the go-to cookie designers in the industry and an international following.

The bakery is a proud supplier to Fortnum & Mason and is regularly called upon to create one-off designs for high profile industry events and has even been commissioned by the Japanese Royal family.

 

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Inspired by literature, architecture and interior design, Nila’s love for history and heritage is evident through her designs and their subtle nod to vintage eras of times gone by.

Born in India and having spent spells in Valencia, Paris and the Loire Valley, Nila’s love of travelling and exploring new cultures is reflected through her evolving Bohemian inspired designs.

Predominantly self taught, Nila Holden has perfected her craft over the years learning tried and tested techniques such as stamping, stenciling and painting.

As a commitment to improving her skills, Nila carried out an internship at the world-renowned Peggy Porschen Academy, where she was able to learn first hand baking and decorating techniques from the best in the business.

 

Continuing this philosophy of sharing knowledge, now an established baker in her own right, Nila loves teaching others tips and tricks – often carrying out live demonstrations and sharing recipes and tutorials via her own baking blog.

With a focus on excellent customer service all Nila Holden cookies and cakes are made-to-order and each design is fully customisable.

The team work closely with customers – from painstakingly matching cookies with a colour scheme to hand stamping each guests name, Nila Holden’s philosophy of going above and beyond ensures a couples unique vision is fulfilled for their big day.

 

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Thank you to Nila for sharing her exquisite personalised cookies.

They are edible art in their own right, created with a little bit of magic, and would surely be the perfect accompaniment to the Bride and Grooms special day.

 

To Contact Nila Holden 

Website: http://www.nilaholden.co.uk/

Email: nila@nilaholden.co.uk

Blog: http://nilaholden.wordpress.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NilaHolden

Twitter: https://twitter.com/nilaholden

Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nilaholden/

Save The Date – The Scottish Wedding Show – 25 – 26 October 2014

Today I invite you to Save the Date for the biggest and most glamorous event in the wedding calendar, The Scottish Wedding Show.

Once again preparations are being made to help brides and grooms from across the country plan their perfect day ahead of its return to the SECC on 25-26 October 2014.

 

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With up to 300 of the UK’s leading wedding suppliers all under one roof, The Scottish Wedding Show has long established itself as the ‘one-stop-shop’ for the most savvy of brides across the country.

With industry specialists on hand to offer invaluable industry advice as well as a host of exclusive offers and discounts, it is the ultimate event to help create a dream wedding.

For those looking to make their visit a little bit more special, upgrade tickets will be available with that all important VIP status.

For £25, VIP visitors will be guaranteed fast track access and receive entry to the glamorous VIP Lounge styled by Jordana Event Design & Florist where a glass of bubbly and exclusive goody bag awaits, among many other treats.

Tickets are limited, so brides looking for the VIP touch and ultimate A-list bridal treatment need to snap them up quickly.

 

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Brides must also make sure they catch the recently revamped live catwalk shows which will showcase the most beautiful selection of bridal gowns, bridesmaid dresses and outfits for mothers and guests… and let’s not forget the grooms!

Choreographed to perfection, the shows are set to add a dream-like intensity that will impress and inspire.

After its success at the last two shows, the Afternoon Tea Room will be making a welcomed return.

Guests can enjoy a decadent traditional afternoon tea in a dramatic romantic vintage setting, perfect for relaxing and indulging, designed by Supernova Events.

 

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The popular Cocktail Bar, sponsored by Best Scottish Weddings Magazine also makes a welcome return for wedding-inspired cocktails, as does the dedicated Beauty Zone for specialist hair tips and trends.

From cars and cupcakes to bridal gowns and bands, not a single detail will be overlooked at The Scottish Wedding Show – Scotland’s biggest and best wedding event.

Advance tickets start at just £10/£36 for a Group of 4* and all advance ticket visitors will be treated to money-off vouchers to use at the Cocktail Bar & Beauty Zone at the show.

Alternatively, you can guarantee your seat at any of our sensational catwalk shows, for just £11.50* in advance!

 

What an opportunity for Scottish Brides and Grooms to get a chance to meet, and talk to those that might have a place in their most special of days.

 

For full information (for all the latest news and the chance to win fabulous prizes)

Website: http://www.thescottishweddingshow.com

Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/thescottishweddingshow

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheWeddingShow 



* Advance tickets at reduced rates available until Friday 24th October 2014 and are subject to booking fee.

An amazing Ironbridge Wedding with Peacock colours & DIY aspects

Today I am incredibly excited to kick off the week with this awesome Ironbridge Wedding at Blists Hill Victorian Town.

Images of the day were captured by Dominic Fletcher of Cloud 9 Wedding Photography.

 

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Dominic Fletcher of Cloud 9 Wedding Photography is based in Ludlow, Shropshire.

He likes to use a mix of Photographic skills throughout a Wedding day but mainly documentary photography, but assures attention to detail, and making the most of natural light.

He enjoys creating images that are unique and even a bit quirky.

 

Dominic shares some of his recollections of the couples Big Day…

 

“In August 2013 I was blessed to capture the Wedding of Natalie and Ian at Blists Hill Victorian Town in Ironbridge.”

“It’s been along time coming being engaged for over 15 years!”

“So lot’s of planning and had gone into this wedding on how they wanted a nice relaxed affair with close friends and family.”

“The day started out with everyone meeting at the main entrance into Blists Hill Victorian Town, with a tour planned with the Bride and Groom, but all failed after getting to the first stop! The New Inn pub, and that’s where everyone stayed and mingled until Blists Hill closed to the public.”

“Everyone headed on down to the fun fair and pavilion where the ceremony was being held.”

“After the wedding ceremony everyone went outside for drinks and this gave the staff time to turn the pavilion into the evening reception.”

“The fun fair remained open until it was time to go in for the wedding breakfast which was not your traditional 3 course meal but a pig roast with all the trimmings and side salad.”

“So everyone had time to enjoy the rides and stalls, but before we headed in for the evening celebrations I took Natalie and Ian back up into Blists Hill Victorian Town for some portraits around the deserted streets.”

“It was time for everyone to let there hair down and enjoy the rest of the evening with hog roast, beer and kick ass rock music.”

 

I now hand over to gorgeous Bride Natalie…

 

How did you meet?

“We both used to work in a local night club. We meet on Ians first day and my last.”

“We remained friends occasionally bumping into each other.”

“We went on our first date about 6 months later and have been inseparable since. That was nearly 16 years ago.”

 

When did you get engaged?

“In 2002. We kinda just agreed to get married.”

“We were given a ring by my grandmother we had it cleaned and sized and that was it, we were engaged.”

 

Tell us about your wedding planning journey.

“We looked at 5 venues before falling in love with Blists Hill.”

“We wanted somewhere interactive, fun, unique and of course within budget.”

“Out of all the venues it was the only one that ticked all the boxes.”

“An open air museum that everyone could wander at will before the ceremony and a funfair to entertain guests while we have our pictures taken.”

“Venue staff went above and beyond with absolutely everything.”

“Our colour scheme /Theme Peacock colours – Greens, Blues, Gold as well as natural colours and a love of literature and history.”

“Blists hill didn’t need much decoration but we wanted light (so lots of candles in jars) and something personal so we added quotes from our favourite films and songs and a gift bag for each guests (containing a custom made book mark and large bag of Hershey’s kisses).”

“I handmade bouquets for myself from sheet music, fabric and added mementos from our travels and life together (a Moscow metro token and a heart locket – the first gift Ian ever brought for me)”

“The bridesmaids were the same in colours complimenting there emerald green dresses.”

“I wore two dresses – for the day a ivory knee length, three quarter sleeve dress which after looking everywhere for what I wanted I finally found at Dorothy Perkins.”

“Ians mum added the waist band and I borrowed the hat from my nan.”

“My shoes were Debut at Debenhams.”

“For the ceremony I wore an Ellis bridal traditional ivory satin dress, a vintage veil and Irregular choice courtesan shoe.”

“Ian wears a suit for work every day so he wanted something a little more comfortable and a little less stuffy for the day.”

“He wore a reproduction Victorian waist jacket and trousers with two tone brogues.”

“I walked down an aisle of book pages to a song by the Mexicola’s called Times Infinity. A local band we followed for many years.”

“Sadly they split up in 2009 but we have kept in touch and Jamie Evans (the lead singer and the man who wrote the song) came and played it for us.”

“Following the ceremony while the guests had champagne on the terrace and played on the funfair we had pictures taken in the now deserted town.”

“We returned to the party in time for a huge hog roast and followed that with live music and dancing into the night.”

“Then at 11pm chocolate cake and coffee.”

“We were incredibly lucky. We had perfect weather, a great venue, family and friends that helped us out a lot and a wonderful photographer to capture it all.”

 

When did you get married?

“We were married on 24th August 2013.”

 

What was the best bit of your day?

“On of the best bits was watching our guests enjoy themselves at the fun fair.”

 

What advice would you give to other couples getting married?

“You don’t want to hear this but its true something will almost certainly go wrong.”

“It might rain, someone might not turn up and lots of other things that this side of your day seem huge but they won’t be what you remember on the other side.”

“Focus on why you are getting married, don’t let it take over your life. Plan for problems.”

“Delegate tasks where you can and don’t sweat the small stuff.”

 

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Thank you so much to Dominic for sharing this incredible IronBridge Wedding, and his fantastic Photography.

I really love the colour pallette with the blues and emeralds that blend so perfectly with the earthiness and character of such a wonderful venue.

The couple an their family put such incredible effort into DIY and I particularly love the homemade bridal bouquet, brought together with such memories and sentimentality.

And what a fun day for the guests, a lot of the thought has been put into their experience too.

 

Wedding Suppliers

Bride Bouquet: Handmade by bride

Dress 1) Dorothy Perkins

Hat: Vintage

Brooch: Vintage

Shoes: Debenhams

Dress 2) Ellis Bridal @ Wedding Belles of Four Oaks

Veil: Vintage

Shoes: Irregular Choice

Evening hat: Janine Basil

Bridesmaids Cardigans: Primark

Bridesmaid Dresses: Light in the box

Jewellery: Fallen Saint (Wolverhampton)

Hair accessories: Handmade by bride

Shoes: Carvella

Groom Suits: The Gentleman’s Emporium

Ties: Handmade by groom

Tie pins/Cuff links: Fallen saint

Bouquets: Handmade by bride

Centrepieces/ tableware: Handmade by bride/groom

Photographer: Cloud 9 Wedding photographer

Cake: Carole Gregory’s cakes

 

To Contact Cloud 9 Wedding Photography

Website: http://www.cloud9weddingphotography.com/

Email: info@cloud9weddingphotography.com/

Phone: 07860 879012

Blog: http://cloud9weddingphotography.com/blog/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Cloud9WeddingPhotography

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Cloud9WedPhoto

MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up

Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up.

Its been a mad week of appointments and craziness, as well as normal summer holiday madness at P and P  Towers.

However today I want to take the opportunity to re – visit the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the  Wedding Blog this week.

 

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To kick off the week I was thrilled to share the very elegant and beautiful Australian Farm Wedding of Dylan and Alisa.

Their Big Day was held at Chapel Farm, in the Swan Valley in Western Australia.

The Venue is uniquely versatile and exudes charm and character.

Images of the day were captured by the fabulous Jason Tey.

For anyone who saw their Holi Paint Engagement Shoot, you knew the Wedding would be special.

 

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On Tuesday I was thrilled to share this gorgeous handmade & Vintage inspired Scarborough Wedding with hints of blush pink and navy.

The Big day was held at the Ox Pasture Hall Hotel.

Images of the day were captured by the Colin Murdoch Studio.

 

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On Wednesday I was delighted to spotlight on the work of   Rosie Willett Designs  who create beautiful Bridal Headpieces, jewellery and accessories.

Rosie is an award winning tiara designer with a First Class Honours degree in Fashion Marketing.

Rosie is inspired by the arts, fashion and film as well as the shapes and structures in nature.

She has an experimental approach towards her work and constantly challenges herself to create new and interesting pieces.

The range from Rosie Willett Designs includes romantic flower tiaras, sparkling side tiaras and traditional tiaras.

Each piece is individually handmade and perfect for stylish Weddings or special occasions.

 

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On Thursday I shared a recent survey that has revealed that many mothers felt left out of the Wedding planning process of their daughter’s wedding, with 40% of brides’ mothers wishing they had been more involved.

The study, conducted by clothing brand Marisota, investigated Mother of the Bride’s opinions on being involved in wedding planning, how it has affected their relationship with their daughter as well as experiences of choosing a Mother of the Bride dress.

 

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On Friday morning I was excited to spotlight on Cute Maps who create unique Wedding Invitations with a functional twist.

Their custom designed, illustrated maps provide the perfect alternative to a traditional invitation

These whimsical handmade creations are individually tailored to depict an enticing visual story and lasting memory of that special day.

Wedding guests will be impressed with this perfect twist that every Bride looks for in her wedding stationery.

 

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On Friday I was delighted to share the stunning, sunny, yellow inspired Buckinghamshire Wedding of Lisa and Nathan at Danesfield House Hotel.

Danesfield House is situated near Marlow in the Chiltern Hills, and  is a former country house now used as a hotel and spa.

The house stands on a plateau which shelves steeply down to the River Thames to the south.

Images of the day were captured by Hannah McClune Photography.

 

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I hope you savoured your Cuppa, and this round up of the Week on the  MrsPandP.com Wedding Blog Catch Up.

I look forward to sharing many more lazy Sunday Mornings with you.

 

Love MrsPandP   x

 

A beautiful, sunny, yellow inspired Buckinghamshire Wedding

Today I thrilled to share the stunning, sunny, yellow inspired Buckinghamshire Wedding of Lisa and Nathan at Danesfield House Hotel.

Danesfield House is situated near Marlow in the Chiltern Hills, and  is a former country house now used as a hotel and spa.

The house stands on a plateau which shelves steeply down to the River Thames to the south.

Images of the day were captured by Hannah McClune Photography.

 

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Hannah McClune is a wedding photographer covering Berkshire and the surrounding counties.

She says “I just love weddings and being able to document couple’s celebrations is such a joy.”

“My enthusiasm and experience results in modern relaxed images of people having fun with those they love.”

 

I hand over to Hannah to share her recollections of the day…

 

“Lisa and Nathan had been together for a while.”

“More than a while actually, years, and in that time they had been very busy both running their own successful business, moving into their first home and having a beautiful little girl and getting engaged.”

“Yet the wedding planning took a back seat when Lisa found out she was expecting their second little girl.”

“As family life took over they didn’t spend a lot of time thinking about a wedding until they popped into the incredible Danesfield House Hotel in Marlow to wander around their wedding fair.”

“But as soon as they stepped into the spectacular venue they just knew it was where they wanted to get married.”

“Availability at their perfect wedding venue is limited, so when they found out there was a space, a Thursday in 6 weeks time.”

“They leaped at it and in record time managed to pull their wedding team of suppliers together to create the day of their dreams and on the hottest day of the year Nathan and Lisa married.”

“The grand house and fantastic grounds in Buckinghamshire were an amazing setting for their wedding day.”

“Their two daughters, Eliza and Izobel played a big role in the couples day and looked adorable in their tiny flower girl dresses.”

“Beautiful bride. Beautiful venue. Beautiful weather.”

 

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Thank you so much to Hannah for sharing this stunning Buckinghamshire Wedding.

I love the family centricness that is evident on the day, and I also love yellow as a Wedding palette, it conjures up happy in its very hue.

Stunning flowers, gorgeous gown, beautiful setting, radiated joy makes for a wonderful celebration which happened 1 year ago today so I would like to wish Lisa and Nathan a very Happy 1st Anniversary.

 

Wedding Suppliers

Venue: Danesfield House Hotel, Marlow

Wedding Dress – Village Brides, Spencers Wood, Reading

Florist- Ashley Blooms, Caversham, Reading

Hair & Make up – Maggie & Karen, Sandhurst

Bridesmaid Dresses - Debenhams

Suit hire – Ted Baker @ Moss Bros

Chair Covers – Vesuvius

Stationery- Crafted by the Bride

Cake – Oxford Cakeology

Band – Soul Beat

 

To Contact Hannah McClune Photography

Website: http://www.hannahmcclunephotography.com

Email: hello@hannahmcclunephotography.com

Blog: http://www.hannahmcclunephotography.com/blog/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hannahmcclunephotography

Twitter: https://twitter.com/hmcclunephoto

Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/hmcclune/

 

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