A beautiful Scottish Borders Wedding with a Dragonfly Dress Design gown at Lockerbie Town Hall

Today I am thrilled to share this beautiful Scottish Borders Wedding with a Dragonfly Dress Design gown  at Lockerbie Town Hall.

Images were captured by Duncan Ireland Photography.

 

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Duncan Ireland is a wedding photographer, specialising in beautiful documentary style wedding photography.

Although based as a Wedding photographer in Dumfries, Duncan Ireland covers the whole of the UK to produce spectacularly romantic creative wedding photography that tells the story of the day and the love affair that brings two people together.

 

He says of his work and the couple…

 

“I’ve been photographing weddings professionally for eight years.”

“It’s a wonderful, creative and enriching experience”

“At every wedding it’s such a privilege to be with a couple and share the day with them.”

“It’s so rewarding to capture their memories – and great fun… I feel like I’ve found my perfect job!”

“I’ve known Kaye for years, through her work as a florist, and have had many weddings photographing her beautiful creations.”

“I was delighted when Kaye and Robbie asked me to be their photographer.”

“Kaye and Robbie’s wedding was one of those perfect days for photography, the morning was relaxed and fun and we got some lovely preparation photographs, so many special moments that made for gorgeous images.”

“No photographs allowed during the  wedding ceremony, but we were able to capture some amazing couple shots among breathtaking ruins near to the church.”

“There was so much character and amazing scope for photography… I could have spent all afternoon there!”

 

“The reception was in Lockerbie Town Hall, which Kaye, Fiona and her friends and family had transformed, with seasonal flora – ferns, succulents, and beautifully crafted greenery – a wonderful setting for the reception.”

“The day culminated in the awesome music of ‘Highly Strung’ another opportunity for great photographs – I even got up on stage with the band.

“Kaye and Robbie made me so welcome and such a part of their day – it was a real pleasure to share it with them.”

 

I hand over to gorgeous Bride Kaye…

 

How did you meet?

“Robbie and I have known each other for most of our lives.”

“Robbie’s Mum, Maureen, was my Ballet Teacher from a very young age.”

“As years went by, our friendship developed into a relationship.”

 

Tell us about the Engagement…

“We got engaged in July 2014, completely out of the blue, and the proposal was graciously accepted.”

 

Tell us about your Wedding Planning journey…

“I’m a Florist and Robbie is a Chef, so we both knew exactly what we wanted and even more so what we didn’t want.”

“The planning was pretty easy, we wanted to keep things simple, with no fuss and but keeping everything very seasonal.”

“The warm rustic tones of the Autumnal atmosphere, helped us make our decision, that we would get married on the 10th October 2015.”

 

What was the best part of your Day?…

“We can’t actually pinpoint the best part of our day, as it was absolutely perfect from beginning to end.”

 

What Advice would you give to other couples getting Married?…

“The advice we would give to other couples, is to enjoy and capture every single moment of their day.”

 

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Thank you so much to Duncan for sharing this gorgeous Scottish Boders Wedding.

Love the stunning autumnal flowers and especially the transformation of the hall with incredible greenery.

The earthy tones of the Bridesmaid gowns and the Brides sash compliment also the season so well too.

 

Wedding Suppliers

Ceremony Venue: Applegarth Church

Reception Venue: Lockerbie Town Hall

Photography: Duncan Ireland Photography

Floristry: Flowers by Fiona – Moffat

Wedding Dress: Dragonfly Dress Design – Glasgow

Wedding Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Birdcage Veil: Marie Hill Millinery – Lockerbie

Catering: Broadies Catering – Moffat

Bar: Shed Bar – Annan

Wedding Band: Highly Strung Band – Carlisle

 

To Contact Duncan Ireland Photography

Website: http://www.duncanirelandphotography.com/

Email: mail@duncanirelandphotography.com/

Phone: 01683 221 196 / 07973 307 173

Blog: http://duncanirelandphotography.blogspot.co.uk/

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MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up

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

Today I am delighted to re – visit and share the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the Wedding Blog this week.

 

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On Monday I was excited to share this classic and elegant white wedding at the beautiful Prestwold Hall.

Abby & Owen were married on the 16th of April 2016, and images were captured by Joanne Withers Photography.

 

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A classic and elegant white wedding at the beautiful Prestwold Hall

 

On Tuesday I was thrilled to spotlight on the Glynhill Hotel, a Wedding Venue in the Historic Borough of Renfrew, near Glasgow.

Originally a stately home, over the last 46 years the hotel has expanded and been transformed into one of the regions most thriving Hotels.
The Glynhill Hotel is a four star hotel which offers 145 elegantly appointed bedrooms, state of the art conference and banqueting facilities, a range of restaurants and bars and a luxurious leisure club.

The privately owned Hotel is located just five minutes from Glasgow Airport, and with the M8 only 200 yards away, destinations such as Glasgow City Centre, The SSE Hydro, shopping and tourist destinations such as Loch Lomond are within easy reach.

I visited the hotel to take a look at their upgraded facilities, and in  particular the Wedding facilities, and found that the hotel has been given a beautiful breath of fresh air.

 

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The Glynhill Hotel & Spa ~ A Pretty Renfrewshire Wedding Venue

 

On Wednesday I shared a share a story of a sisters love for her sibling and about an incredible Wedding Auction she is spearheading to help her sister in her fight against Brain Cancer.

Danielle Donnelly owns the Wedding Hub, alongside her multi award winning wedding stationery business Faithful Designs.

The Wedding Hub is a pretty little shop in Plymouth and a venture designed to inspire creativity in Weddings.

Supported by a team of specialist entrepreneurs, The Wedding Hub want to provide a platform for uniting couples with a team of specialists in order to create their perfect day.

On Friday 29th July 2016 they will be holding a very special event at Ocean Studios in Plymouth to auction off a once in a lifetime Wedding Package in aid of Brain Cancer.

The Wedding Creatives have all come together to donate EVERYTHING you would need to have the perfect wedding and more!

They have received so many donations that they will also be auctioning off several other large individual lots and with all the other extras there will be an awesome raffle.

They have a breathtakingly picturesque venue, a wedding dress from a beautiful boutique, award winning stationery, flowers, cakes, photographers, videographer, food, drink, entertainment, transport, celebrants, decor, jewellery, bridal accessories and more.

If you don’t live locally or can’t make the event they will also have an online auction facility running alongside!

This is an amazing opportunity to have a once in a lifetime Wedding Day worth around 30k.

To keep up to date > Event Information

 

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The Wedding Hub Wedding Auction – In the fight against Brain Cancer

 

On Thursday I was excited to share this colourful & funky London pre wedding shoot.

Shots were captured on location at Waterloo and the Southbank by Jamie Penfold of Memories and Emotions Photography.

 

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A Colourful & Funky London Pre Wedding Shoot 

 

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

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

 

Love MrsPandP x

A Colourful & Funky London Pre Wedding Shoot

Today I am excited to share this colourful & funky London pre wedding shoot.

Shots were captured on location at Waterloo and the Southbank by Jamie Penfold of Memories and Emotions Photography.

 

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I hand over to Jamie to share his recollections of an epic day…

 

“Wedding photography can be boring right? Oh how wrong can you be?!”

“I’ve always said that at the end of the day, as a wedding photographer, I’ll deliver whatever it is my couples want.”

“Each couple is different. Every wedding is different. And it’s why I love my job. The variety is huge!”

“And people like Lola and Ken are the reason why I love my job so much.”

“They’ve given me the opportunity to do things a little bit more funky.”

 

“Last year I did a few shoots around London, most notably Shoreditch and Peckham.”

“I’m a Londoner at heart and I love getting down there with the camera.”

“Lola and Ken contacted me as they had seen how I do things at one of their friend’s weddings, and I immediately fell in love with their plans.”

“To say their plans are a little different is an understatement.”

“You could take you most outrageous ideas of what you could do with a wedding, turn left at the traffic lights, go over a few roundabouts and keep going…you wouldn’t come close!”

“For now I’m keeping their wedding plans under wraps; you’ll just have to come back here in December. It’s going to be wild!”

“However, we decided that it would make sense to do their London pre wedding shoot in the summer (yeah! What summer??!!) to contrast their winter wedding.”

 

“People always ask me what they can do on their pre wedding shoot.”

“Well, if you want to let your imagination run wild then we can do that. That’s what Lola and Ken did.”

“The images below speak for themselves and really reflect the sort of fun we had.”

“It was the only warm day we’ve had for ages and we took full advantage in the Vaults under Waterloo Station.”

“It’s my sort of place. Dark, moody but with shafts of light here and there.”

 

“We had planned to trash Lola and Ken up a bit with spray paint, however half way through the shoot before we got painting we were approach by a graffiti artist who asked them if they’d like some artwork done for them.”

““You can go one better if you like!” Lola said gleefully.”

“The guy was an artist called Olivier Roubieu. He told us not to use the paints that Ken had in a rucksack and use some of the paints he had which were perfect.”

“He was a bit nervous at first and kept saying “Are you sure?” Lola encouraged him “Just go for it”.”

“He was working alongside Hannah Adamaszek doing a stunning bit of artwork at the time.”

“Hannah took a step back as Olivier went to town. He then handed the spray gun to Ken. Oh dear!!!”

“Lola gave that look that I’ve seen regularly in 16 years of marriage.”

“It basically was “You dare!!!” He dared!”

“And off he went spraying paint all over Lola who shouted out “You’ve seen Byker Grove!!! You know you never spray paint at people’s faces!”. I’M BLIND DUNCAN!!! I’M BLIND!!!”

“The tables were soon to be reversed as Lola got her revenge.”

“While all this was going on, people were walking by open mouthed, occasionally taking photos of this scene of madness going on in front of them.”

“All the while I was shouting out encouragement egging them on to spray more paint.”

“The onlookers must have thought I was some sort of madman!”

“One thing I learnt; don’t wear your best light coloured jeans and white t-shirt! I had flecks of bright pink paint all over me.”

“I had to go through Heathrow Airport security later that day. Try explaining that!”

 

“After the Vaults we headed to the South Bank.”

“It was boiling and the crowds were out in force.”

“Again we had people gawping at this bride and groom who were in kinks of laughter, covered in paint!”

“We then spotted a Captain Jack Sparrow lookalike! We had to get shots with him and he happily obliged!”

 

“A little further down the South Bank I spotted a set of fountains that had kids running in and out of the water jets.”

“Now I’d like to state for the record; I thought it….Lola said it.”

“We gave each other a quick glance and she said “It’s got to be done! Let’s do it”

“Ken looked shellshocked! “Really?! We’ve got to go back across London on the Tube like this.”

“I played the bad guy buy the fountains as women all around us looked on in horror. “Get in!” I said in a mock Simon Cowell voice.”

“Lola screamed as the water was a bit colder than we imagined.”

“Still, they were getting a lot of attention from the onlookers.”

“Again, all around people were taking photos. One mother who was there with her kids said to me “You really made them go in there?!”

“I grinned with a lot of satisfaction, “Yes! Yes I did.”

 

“So, no. Wedding photography shouldn’t be boring.”

“It’s something I love doing. It’s supposed to be fun. Use your imagination. Go wild! Make it part of your overall wedding planning journey.”

“London + Graffiti + Water = Happy photographer.”

 

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Thank you so much to Jamie for sharing this incredible London pre wedding shoot.

Its so freeing to just be yourself and let rip with wherever your imagination takes you in wedding or pre wedding photographer not being constricted by convention, or the feeling of the “nice” traditional style of photography.

Its also incredibly important to be comfortable with your Wedding Photographer and what better way than by larking about , and really enjoying yourself to allow for real, emotion filled, free spirited images.

 

To Contact Jamie Penfold Photography

Website: http://memoriesandemotions.co.uk/

Email: info@jamiepenfold.com

Phone: 0191 499 9941 / 07798 853160

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The Wedding Hub Wedding Auction – In the fight against Brain Cancer

Today I want to share a story of a sisters love for her sibling and about an incredible Wedding Auction she is spearheading to help her sister in her fight against Brain Cancer.

Danielle Donnelly owns the Wedding Hub, alongside her multi award winning wedding stationery business Faithful Designs.

The Wedding Hub is a pretty little shop in Plymouth and a venture designed to inspire creativity in Weddings.

Supported by a team of specialist entrepreneurs, The Wedding Hub want to provide a platform for uniting couples with a team of specialists in order to create their perfect day.

 

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I hand over to Danielle who shares her very personal story, and tells us how those that work with her are helping her with a very special event…

 

“It’s ok to ask for help”

“So I’m a helper…I enjoy seeing others do well.”

“I like to encourage people, especially those that don’t realise just how amazing they are or how much potential they have.”

“I felt for a long time that there was a real need for a support network for creative individuals, a community where we could virtually or physically get together.”

“A safe space to help each other, offer friendships, advice and collaborations.”

“I decided to stop wishing that someone else would do it, I took the bull my the horns and started The Wedding Creatives.”

“I can happily say that I’m so glad that I did, we’re not the biggest bunch but we are growing.”

“At our first meet up there were more than thirty who attended and now theres over eighty in the Facebook group.”

“I thoroughly enjoy watching friendships begin, seeing everyone offer genuine help and advice freely to each other and its so exciting to see fantastic collaborations already coming from the group.”

 

“As I said before, I’m a helper which I have found makes it extremely difficult for me to ask for help.”

“But something’s happened that has made me realise and accept that I can not do everything alone and that it really is ok for me to say “I need your help”.

 

Meet my Hero…

“There’s an awful lot to this story….go grab yourself a cuppa and maybe some tissues!”

“I fear I’m not really ready to share this but time is something we don’t have much of so I’m going to try.”

“I’ve managed up until now by detaching myself emotionally and sort of pretending it’s not really all happening to my sister.”

“I try to be quite matter of fact about it all, it seems to make it a little easier.”

“Let me introduce you to my beautiful brave big sister Emma.”

 

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“Emma has spent the last 18 months “Dancing with the Big C”

“On December 23rd 2014 the first diagnosis totally out of the blue was of Breast Cancer Stage 3.”

“A 5cm lump was found in the left breast.”

“On January 16th 2015, after further investigation we were told the Breast Cancer was in fact now Stage 4 and had spread to her lymph, liver and lungs.”

“Chemotherapy was started immediately, everything was pretty much a blur.”

“Doctors whispered she had 3 years at best, nurses looked at us all with sad eyes.”

“She suffered hideous side effects to the trial chemo she was blasted with, was on palliative care straight away.”

“3 years suddenly looked impossible.”

“Her hair fell out after the first blast of chemo, her body began to waver but she refused point blank to die and decided three lots of chemo was all she could take!”

 

Time for Change

“Emma and her two young children Emily then 9 and Thomas 4 were living in Burton.”

“Panic hit me and I knew I needed to get her home…she wasn’t dying hundreds of miles away from the place I knew she loved!”

“I asked Em if she wanted to return to Plymouth, and when she said yes we didn’t waste a moment.”

“On March 21st 2015 Emma, Emily, Thomas and our Mum returned to Plymouth… they came home!”

 

Since Emma’s diagnosis I don’t think my mum had slept.”

“She threw herself into research: natural, homeopathic, alternative remedies and nutrition. If there was a way to get her baby better she was going to find it, and find it she did.”

“A huge diet change and strict daily routine of 2 kilos of freshly juiced organic carrots, essiac tea, NO SUGAR, NO DAIRY, NO PROSESSED FOODS and Emma’s health took on a different direction.”

“Just eight months and three scans later and the cancer was literally gone.”

“Everything seemed to be going ok. Emma was the healthiest she’d ever been, she spent time enjoying her children, meeting friends and being independent.”

“Then in December 2015 things got a little scary, her eyesight was playing up and she was complaining of migraine type headaches.”

“A trip to the optician’s showed her eyesight had actually improved but to be on the safe side she was referred to the Royal Eye Infirmary at Derriford.”

 

“On February 9th 2016, 12 hours and an emergency MRI gave us the worst news yet.”

“Emma’s cancer had not returned in her body but it had now spread to her brain and there was a lot of it.”

“My mum and Emma remained in hospital over night and I returned home to the children with my heart in shattered pieces not really knowing how I got back or how I found myself back at Em’s bedside the following day to listen to her Oncologist give us the full prognosis.”

“Emma asked how long he thought she may have…..4 to 8 weeks at best without any treatment…….WHAT?”

“Would you like us to organise radiotherapy and chemotherapy for you asap”………Erm let me think about that….HELL NO!!!!”

“Within seconds of receiving this news my ballsy sister had made up her mind.”

“NO further treatment was required and she would not be spending a minute longer inside a hospital, she wanted to go home and be with her babies.”

“She told us we weren’t allowed to cry any more tears because she still wasn’t ready to die…..”

 

Learning a new Dance Step

“My mum had stayed up all that night watching Emma and researching.”

“Going over and over again trying to find something she may have missed. What went wrong? Why was the cancer all gone from the body but now in the brain?”

“Turns out its a whole new ball game with a totally different set of rules when its in the head.”

 

“So with a new diet, new attitude and much more determination Emma started a new dance routine, this time learning to move through the blood brain barrier, hand in hand with the Budwig Diet and my mum choreographing.”

“These new moves have proved to be really bloody hard!”

“Even though Emma wasn’t ready to give up and neither were we, we thought it would be nice to get away for a few days, make a few nice memories in amongst all the horrid.”

“Emma expressed a desire to travel to Scotland, to be amongst nature, water and trees…”

“That wasn’t a doable journey due to her health but with the help, kindness and donations of family, friends and even strangers we took a little trip to Deer Park and stayed in a beautiful cabin on the lake, it was our first ever family holiday!”

 

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“I say holiday but it was pretty full on.”

“My mum didn’t rest for a minute, Emma’s daily routine was non stop and she was still getting used to the changes in the new diet.”

“Although Emma  had said no to chemo and radiotherapy she had agreed to take steroids to relieve the pressure and swelling in her head, the side effects were horrible.”

“Her body ballooned, she literally looked like she could pop, her poor skin was stretched as far as it could go and she was in constant pain the entire break away but she still didn’t complain once.”

 

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“Thanks to Louise (my lovely friend who’s super power is to capture moments in time) we have some beautiful pictures to help us remember our little escape to the forest.”

“The children had a wonderful time and little Thomas will always remember his extra special birthday spent in a cabin and hunting for the Gruffalo in the woods.”

 

Time continued to move…

“We returned home and settled back in to the new routine. Life continued, the predictions of four and eight weeks life expectancy from the oncologist came and went.”

“It was difficult to tell for sure if the new diet was helping, was the cancer shrinking like last time or not?”

“We contacted the hospital to ask for a scan but Emma’s oncologist refused to provide one unless she had changed her mind about receiving treatment.”

“Outraged we contacted our family doctor who said she would request one but that she was doubtful one would be given!”

 

April was rough!

“Emma’s new neighbours were renovating and the noise was just torture for her, every bang and scrape had her cowering in pain and tears.”

“Both mum and Emma needed to get away for a few days whilst the noise was so bad.”

“A lovely lady called Oshi had put a post on Facebook about wanting to gift a weekend away for a deserving couple in one of her holiday lets in Wales.”

“After hearing about our situation she very generously offered a week away at Felin Fields.”

“What should have been a wonderful chance to enjoy some peace and quiet turned in to a nightmare.”

“Emma’s symptoms got worse while they were away and half way through my mum called me scared and panicked…”

“Emma had suffered some type of seizure which had left her in a bad way.”

“That was the longest four hour drive of my life, I was so scared by what I may find when i arrived and petrified that I wouldn’t make it in time.”

“I knew from my mums voice that this could be it! Thankfully I had the company of my little earth angel Louise, she kept me occupied and calmed me on the journey.”

“It was late when we arrived, the sun was just setting. It was so beautiful and peaceful, I took a few seconds to compose myself before entering the pretty little cottage.”

“My mum looked like she’d aged years in the couple of days we’d been apart, my heart felt so heavy.”

“We hugged and she quickly explained how Emma had been severely sick for hours and that she had vacant moments where she was incomprehensible.”

“I gathered myself together, put a smile on my face and went upstairs to see my sister.”

“What took you so long?” those eyes of hers looked at me as if she’d not seen me in forever.”

“I felt like the wind had been knocked out of my sails.”

“I told her I’d got there as fast as I could and I was there to take her home, back to her babies, she managed the smallest smile and said ok.”

“She really was in a bad way, exhausted from being continuesly sick and having had no sleep.”

“I lay with her for a while, explained that she needed to get some rest as the journey back in the morning would be a long one.”

“No one got much sleep, I think we were all silently lay there listening to every sound she made.”

“The drive home took the best part of the day….but I was thankful to be making that journey with my sister sat in the van and not without her.”

 

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It just kept getting worse

“Now at this point I know I can’t go in to detail, I’m not ready to dig deeper just yet because I’m still living this every day.”

“This is still so raw, watching Emma go through these next few weeks will prove to be the hardest thing I would ever have to do in my life.”

“Watching my beautiful big sister suffer more than I’ve ever seen anyone suffer, cry in excruciating pain, disappearing in front of me….you get the gist, this is hard to write!”

“That Friday everything just got so much worse.”

“Emma was starting to lose control of her body and her head hurt so bad she was begging for it to stop.”

“I spent several hours cradling Emma, holding her head tight to my chest and wrapping my legs with hers to stop them shaking uncontrolably whilst she was fitting.”

“We didn’t know what to do, there’s no rule book with “The 10 Steps to Brain Cancer Care”, we were literally doing this with our eyes closed and hands tied behind our backs!”

 

“A phone call to Emma’s nurse at St Luke’s, a heated conversation with a rude doctor’s receptionist, an unhelpful doctor and a 999 call later before Emma finally started to get some help.”

“The house was like Piccadilly Station with doctors, nurses, paramedics and a crisis team coming and going. Friday was a blur!”

“When things settled for five minutes my mum told me that the medical team had informed her Emma wouldn’t make it past the weekend, we were looking at only days left with my sister.”

“We all started to panic…how do we say goodbye? What do we tell the children? What do we do about a funeral.”

“These questions rattled around all weekend.”

“Friends and family visited, everyone wanted to see Emma before it was too late.”

“I lay there on the floor next to her hospital bed holding her hand for days…..sometimes she was aware of it sometimes she wasn’t.”

“Stop crying, I’m not going anywhere yet”….

 

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“My sister is the most stubborn person I know and if she says she’s not going to do something then she won’t!”

“Medication began to calm the sickness, headaches and fitting down a little but like with anything there needed a bit of adjusting.”

“There were some awful side effects from the mixture of drugs she was having pumped into her.”

“After 48 hours of hallucinations, being too scared to close her eyes because of seeing scary things or having her eyes open because she could see black maggots covering her was too much for all of us.”

“Emma agreed to a small stay in St Luke’s just to get her medication under control, after a week she returned home.”

“Everyone at the Hospice was really nice and nothing was too much trouble.”

 

Hope

“Whilst Emma was in St Lukes we found a Homeopathic Consultant who believed he could help us.”

“You see we never stopped looking for other ways in which to help Emma, something to stop the cancer spreading, to find a cure, anything that may take away the pain.”

“So we ordered the first lot of remedies and began the treatment.”

“Everything costs money, especially when it comes to alternative cancer treatments.”

“These remedies and supplements are going to cost roughly £200 a week for anything up to 12 months.”

“Obviously Emma being a single mum of two, doesn’t have a stash of money hidden away, or any life insurance to cash in on.”

“Emma’s worked full time in the care world since she left school at 16, she was even working all over the Christmas period after she was diagnosed with Breast Cancer.”

“She’s a carer, always has been! So like I find it extremely difficult to ask for help she finds its just as hard to accept being cared for.”

“Emma has no choice now but to let us care for her….

We have a choice whether to help her or not….”

“I choose to ask for help…..”

 

My friends came running

“I mentioned my wonderful Wedding Creatives group at the beginning of this post but what I didn’t say was that I genuinely with all my heart love them!”

“They really are some of the most generous and wonderful people I have had the pleasure of meeting or working with, and some still after several years as social media friends we are still yet to meet!”

“When I asked for help these amazing people came running to my aid in the best way they know how…..they offered their talents, products and services for FREE in order to raise money to help my sister continue her treatment.”

 

Wedding Auction

“Now we need your help to shout about what we are putting together.”

“On Friday 29th July 2016 we will be holding a very special event at Ocean Studios to auction off a once in a lifetime Wedding Package!”

“The Wedding Creatives have all come together to donate EVERYTHING you would need to have the perfect wedding and more!”

“We have received so many donations that we will also be auctioning off several other large individual lots and with all the other extras there will be an awesome raffle.”

“We’re talking a breathtakingly picturesque venue, a wedding dress from a beautiful boutique, award winning stationery, flowers, cakes, photographers, videographer, food, drink, entertainment, transport, celebrants, decor, jewellery, bridal accessories and more…”

“If you don’t live locally or can’t make the event we will also have an online auction facility running alongside!”

 

“My sister like most girls always dreamt of getting married one day and having her own perfect Fairytale Wedding.”

“When she heard what my friends were doing she said she was happy that at least she was helping someone else’s dream to come true.”

 

Thank you to Danielle for sharing a story that must have been incredibly difficult to write.

So here is where you come in, you may be a local Plymouth Bride or looking to have you Wedding a little further from home.

Just got engaged and excited to be getting married? Wanting to do a Vow renewal?

This is an amazing opportunity to have a once in a lifetime Wedding Day worth around 30k.

Some of the best suppliers in the southwest and further afield have donated everything you need for your wedding day for this auction to raise money and awareness for Danielles sister, and in being involved or attending the auction you can help too…

 

To keep up to date > Event Information

 

For more information you can contact The Wedding Hub

Website: http://www.thewedhub.com/

Email: hello@thewedhub.com

Blog: http://www.thewedhub.com/blog/

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The Glynhill Hotel & Spa ~ A Pretty Renfrewshire Wedding Venue

Today I am thrilled to spotlight on the Glynhill Hotel, a Wedding Venue in the Historic Borough of Renfrew, near Glasgow.

Originally a stately home, over the last 46 years the hotel has expanded and been transformed into one of the regions most thriving Hotels.

 

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The Glynhill Hotel is a four star hotel which offers 145 elegantly appointed bedrooms, state of the art conference and banqueting facilities, a range of restaurants and bars and a luxurious leisure club.

The privately owned Hotel is located just five minutes from Glasgow Airport, and with the M8 only 200 yards away, destinations such as Glasgow City Centre, The SSE Hydro, shopping and tourist destinations such as Loch Lomond are within easy reach.

 

I visited the hotel to take a look at their upgraded facilities and the hotel has been given a beautiful breath of fresh air.

From the moment you walk in the front door, its a warm and welcoming space.

 

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In particular I was interested to see the Wedding facilities in this lovely city hotel.

 

The Hotel has a variety of reception rooms, capable of holding weddings of any size up to 400.

The Mackintosh and Moray rooms are perfect for small, intimate weddings.

Each room is located on the first floor of the hotel, all of which are ideal for business meetings up to 25 boardroom style or informal events for 40 guests.

The Barony Suites are ideal for the larger wedding for up to 400 guests.

The ground floor Barony Suites (namely Barony one, and Barony two) have recently been transformed with new furnishings and colour scheme, with a modern colour changing light system creating and added elegance to a Wedding reception.

Also adjoining the Le Gourmet restaurant, the Glyn and Alcove suites can cater for smaller wedding receptions up to 70 guests.

These are self contained with a dancefloor and cocktail bar, available for private use.

The Hotel also has two large pre-reception lounges where guests can congregate and relax whilst not in the Barony Suite.

 

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Outside the Barony Suite lies the Glynhill garden, a small but pretty space and within the hotel the Grand Manor staircase with its stunning dark wood providing the perfect backdrop for photographs should you not wish to go further afield.

 

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The stylish new Champagne Terraces provide flexible external space along the Barony Suite frontage as well as adding finesse to the Barony Suite entrances.

This is the ideal setting to enjoy a glass of champagne and canapés following the wedding ceremony, and it really is a lovely space.

This space can also be alternatively used for Outdoor Wedding ceremonies.

 

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The Hotel offers luxurious, contemporary club-concept bedroom accommodation from boutique, to executive and family rooms.

All rooms are available at special reduced rates for guests attending a wedding reception.

The hotel also provides lovely leisure facilities and you can relax by having a swim in the indoor heated pool, work off any stresses in the well equipped gym, or take it easy in the steam room, sauna or hydro therapy showers.

 

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Recent refurbishment of the Barony Suite and reception lounges highlights the hotels commitment to continually upgrade and improve all aspects of the hotel and it merges traditional with modern effortlessly.

It had been some years since I had previously visited the hotel and I was very impressed with the chic uplift that it has had.

Coupled with its fabulous location for transport links the Glynhill Hotel is a wonderful choice for a Wedding Venue.

 

The Hotel offers a variety of Wedding Packages to suit your budget.

To download the Hotels Wedding Brochure ~ Weddings

To arrange an appointment to view the Glynhill’s superb wedding facilities, please contact the hotel at your convenience through email or phone.

 

To Contact the Glynhill Hotel

Website: http://www.glynhill.com/

Email: enquiries@glynhill.com

Phone: 0141 886 5555

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