Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up.
Today I want to look back and re – visit the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the Wedding Blog this week.
Sarah and Tim’s wedding took last July, and it was a very cool, relaxed and fun affair with all of their many friends playing a part in their day.
They also lucked-out with one of the few truly sunny days of the year, which was perfect for their english tea party theme wedding reception on the lawns of Cockliffe Country House Hotel.
The marquee was up on the lawn of the Cockliffe, decorated with a vintage, summer fete style that was quintessentially English and they’d provided outdoor games to keep guests entertained; a coconut shy and a badminton net with rackets.
“Sarah’s mum and aunt need a special mention, who between them provided all the beautiful scented flowers and bouquets, made the bunting, the favours and made the stunning naked cake.
Images were captured by Sarah Illingworth of Mirror Imaging.
On Tuesday morning I was thrilled to delighted to spotlight on Waffle Wands, a unique, tasty new sweet treat perfect for wedding receptions, birthdays and private parties.
These Belgian waffles on a stick sprinkled with your favourite toppings are great for you to enjoy on the go, so genius for mingling and less messy than traditional waffles.
This exciting new brand is based in St Albans, Herts.
When it comes to Bridal footwear, we immediately consider a pair of traditional white satin wedding shoes as the classic look.
However, for those brides who like to do things a bit differently, why not opt for a pair of shoes that go against the status quo?
Over here at Plans and Presents, we love an unconventional wedding and especially when Brides decided to infuse their own personal style into their outfit.
Whether you’re sticking to a certain theme or just looking to create a memorable occasion, deciding to go for a modern day and eccentric wedding look is definitely the way forward.
For those on the hunt for the perfect pair of original wedding shoes, a firm favourite for their incredibly varied selection of beautiful styles is Elegant Steps…
Inspired by the ethereal landscape view of the relaxed picturesque settings of the country side, Katya Shehurina releases her highly anticipated Bridal Gown Collection for 2016/2017 ~ Flowers of the Valley.
Latvian born, London designer Katya wows the bridal industry with impressive design work that continues to change bridal from the fad, predictable old styles to the new fresh approach with in-trend styles for the bride wanting to look glamourous, release her fun side and enjoy her wedding day to its fullest, truly reflecting who she is.
Vintage inspired, worn by todays modern bohemian bride, confidence outshines as self and equally with her partner.
On Thursday I was delighted to welcome Alive Network who share their Top 23 Songs for Weddings by String Quartets.
You may have decided that you want a string quartet to serenade your guests on arrival, welcome you down the aisle, or set a sophisticated tone for your drinks reception. Great idea!
A String quartet is an ideal choice for creating a relaxed and elegant atmosphere.
But… what songs do you want them to perform?
On Friday I was thrilled to spotlight on British bridal accessories designer Debbie Carlisle & her beautiful Secret Garden Collection of Wedding Hair Accessories in association with Not on the High Street.
Debbie mixes a love of vintage style with a contemporary sensibility to create unique headpieces, cuffs, sashes and garters which are perfect for brides who like to combine current fashion trends with special vintage finds.
Debbie is also the UK’s best-known brooch bouquet designer, and her range of bridal hair combs, headbands and forehead chains are designed to complement her stunning bouquet designs.
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