Good Afternoon, and welcome to Mrs P and P’s Sunday Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up.
Its been another busy week with proposals to bring together, lots of admin and some delicious features to prepare.
Today I want to look back and re – visit the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the Wedding Blog this week.
To kick off the week I was excited to share a fantastic and colourful Loch Lomond Wedding with an outdoor Humanist ceremony, a Vintage Dress and DIY touches.
On Monday afternoon I was thrilled to introduce Papertwin Weddings, creators of heartfelt and cinematic Wedding Films. Papertwin are a dedicated team with over 25 years of video production experience.
They say that being asked to film a couples wedding video doesn’t just make them feel all gooey and drunk on love, but also fills them with a huge sense of pride, and thats the kind of people you want involved in your Big Day.
On Tuesday morning I was delighted to share the work of The Designer Cake Company, who are passionate about creating the most amazing edible works of art for all special occasions including weddings, birthdays, christenings and corporate events.
On Tuesday afternoon it was my great pleasure to share a gorgeous Old Kent Barn Wedding with a dash of purple and three Wedding Cakes.
Images of the day were captured by Yvette Craig Photography.
On Wednesday morning I was thrilled to share a stunning Peak District Engagement shoot with incredible landscape and dramatic skies.
Images were captured by Mark Pugh Photography.
At Wednesday lunchtime I introduced The Zoots who shared some fantastic information on Finding a Wedding Band, and also did a lowdown on their fabulous work.
On Wednesday afternoon I was thrilled to share the exquisite spring Wedding of Helen and Tim at Chatsworth House with shades of navy and beautiful daffodils.
Images of the day were captured by Mark Pugh Photography.
On Thursday morning I shared a spotlight on the lovely work of Exceptional Designs, a veritable treasure trove full of beautiful bridal headpieces, jewellery, sashes and stunning wedding stationery.
All of Exceptionals bridal accessories and stationery are designed and made by hand using only the finest components, including Swarovski crystals and pearls, as well as freshwater pearls, exquisite diamantes and all jewellery is made with Sterling silver components.
On Thursday afternoon I was delighted to share a review of my visit to fantastic London Wedding Venue, The Millennium Hotel London Mayfair. Sitting opposite beautiful green space but bang in the centre of the capital its a beautiful place to say “I do.”
To close an fabulous Thursday I was excited to share exciting news. Creative Oceanic are delighted to announce the finalists for the wedding specialist categories in the Scottish Wedding Awards 2014, and I am just a teeny bit excited to be one of them.
On Friday Morning it was my pleasure to celebrate small business and share the work of some amazing independant creatives that I am privileged to know in the Wedding Industry.
Earlier this year David Cameron said that small Business is the “lifeblood of the economy” and this is so true, a huge percentage of the business people I have met over the last 5 years make up the wedding world.
I loved taking a little time to focus on just a few ladies whose creativity is part of that lifeblood.
These women have always been a huge support to me in my business, buck me up when I am feeling challenged, and generally are fantastic friends, and I value them greatly and they include Giddy Kipper, Rose Garden Accessories, HF Couture, By Harriet, LHG Designs, Triflerabbit, Tantrums and Tiaras, I am Handmade, and Cherry Pie Lane
On Friday afternoon I was thrilled to share a stunning Hollywood Glamour inspired Bridal Shoot with a candy haired Wallis Simpson. Images were captured by Gillian Glover MacLean Photography.
I hope you savoured your Cuppa, and this round up of the Week on the MrsPandP.com Wedding Blog.
I look forward to sharing many more lazy Sundays with you.
Love MrsPandP x