Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandP’s Sunday Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch Up.
As we saunter into April ( how quick is this year going?!) I want to take the opportunity to re – visit the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the Wedding Blog this week.
To start the week and the 4th Year of my Business journey I shared a Personal post.
As we started a new day, and a new month I spent time thinking of fresh starts and putting down roots, and reflected on what I have achieved and what is still to come.
Later that afternoon I was thrilled to share the 2013 Collection of Guiseppe Papini whose ethos in creating beautiful Italian Bridal Couture is the real luxury is simplicity.
The gowns are truly unique and are a triumph of tailoring and fine fabrics.
They make a clear style statement without being overwhelming or fussy and I love them.
On Tuesday I went totally off the Wedding course and back to Events to bring together a Train Party Theme for the younger members of the tribe.
Anyone that knows my family knows that my son is potty about Trains and has been forever, so the “choo choo” is always on my mind.
This is a theme that can be as subtle or full on as you wish it to be for your childs celebration so it gave me much pleasure to share some inspiration to help craft or create a Childs Train Party.
On Wednesday I was really honoured to share the Turquoise Blue Wedding Day of Jane and Jason captured on beautifully by the brilliant Lee Brown.
I love the beautiful turquoise touches sweeping through the whole day without being overwhelming…a fresh and gorgeous spring like palette.
On Thursday I was thrilled to share the lovely Scottish Wedding of Jenny and Ross, with a hint of wildlife inspiration and a fantastic Owl ring bearer.
And what about the owl, such a surprise to the Bride and something that will make the day even more memorable.
From the crafted details, to the beaming smiles, a truly wonderful Scottish Wedding day.
Such vibrancy and perfect for the stylish Wedding Guest or Wedding party member or even an alternative Bride.
I love the vibrant colours against the freshness of the snow and the smiles on the couples faces tell you it was such a fun day despite the freezing temperatures.
I hope you savoured your Cuppa, and this round up of the Week on the MrsPandP.com Sunday Cuppa (Wedding Blog Catch Up).
I look forward to sharing many more lazy Sunday Mornings with you.
Love MrsPandP xxx