Good Afternoon, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up.
Today I want to share a whole load of pretty as we look back on the fabulous features of this past week…
To kick off the week I was thrilled to shine the spotlight on Love Lines, a brand new enterprise specialising in bespoke line drawings for gifts and bespoke poems for wedding readings.
All inspired by love..
On Monday afternoon I was excited to share this gorgeous Rustic Wedding with Sunflowers, DIY touches and otters.
Fiona and James got married on the 30th August 2014 at the Beauchief Hotel in Sheffield.
Images of the day were captured by Mylo Photography.
On Tuesday morning I was delighted to shine the spotlight on Wedding Stationery by Jennifer.
I popped by her stand at the Scottish Wedding Show to see her lovely paper pretty and I am delighted to be able to share the Glasgow based brands work..
On Tuesday afternoon I was delighted to share a beautiful Peak District Wedding with a mountaineering couple and lots of personal touches.
Images of the day were captured by Cris Lowis Photography.
On Wednesday morning it was time to discuss 1st dance jitters with advice from Music 4 Scotland.
The first dance is a long standing tradition which is often the highlight of most wedding receptions.
More than just a way of defining your personality and style as a couple, it’s also one of the sweet moments you and your spouse will share and remember for years to come.
While it can be one of the most memorable parts of the wedding, the first dance is not something all couples look forward to.
Unless you’re as good as Ed Sheeran and his dancing partner in Thinking Out Loud, the idea of doing the first dance in front of a huge, eager audience can be nerve-wracking, especially for shy couples.
So if you want to keep things a bit low-key, here are a few simple ways to take out the pressure on you and still make your first dance special and fun.
Images by Stuart Craig Photography.
On Wednesday afternoon I was thrilled to share an amazing Vintage photography inspired styled shoot that both showcases the work of some amazing Salisbury creatives, but also the beautiful Wedding venue Larmer Tree Gardens.
Images were captured by Barbara Leatham with a fantastic collaborative team.
On Thursday I was excited to share this stunning DIY Lollipop inspired Yorkshire Wedding at The Engine Shed, Wetherby.
Images of the day were captured by Colin Murdoch Studio.
On Friday we had a wee bit of animal magic on the Blog today with the incredible Marwell Zoo Wedding of Rachel and Andrew with star appearances by some fabulous Giraffes!
Images were captured by Hannah McClune Photography.
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 Sundays with you.
Love MrsPandP x