Good Morning, and welcome to Mrs P and P’s Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up.
Its been a busy week but today I want to look back and re – visit the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the Wedding Blog this week.
On Monday morning we kicked off the week with a lovely Oxfordshire Wedding with a splash of purple, butterflies, and campervan detail.
Images of the day were captured by Adam Watts Photography.
On Monday afternoon I was thrilled to introduce Baloolah Bunting, maker of beautiful laser cut bunting and gorgeous wedding venue decorations using burlap/hessian and laser cut cotton mix fabrics.
On Tuesday morning we delved into somewhat tricky Wedding territory when I approached the subject of being jilted.
Being jilted is probably the thought of every Bride or Groom’s nightmare, and probably not anyone’s idea of an appropriate topic for a Wedding Blog.
Some things are difficult to write about, simply for the fact they are difficult situations, and when things are difficult we tend to shy away from them.
But reality dictates that sometimes things happen, and even though we don’t really want to think about them, and hope against hope that it never happens to us, sometimes bad situations happen.
On Tuesday afternoon I was delighted to feature Marrees Wedding Essentials, a supplier of unique wedding day props, bespoke handmade wedding stationery, and wedding accessories such as favour boxes and table decorations.
On Wednesday morning I was thrilled to share the amazing winter wedding of Ella and Andrew with their luxurious celebration taking place on New Years Eve 2012.
Images of the day were captured by Chris Hanley.
On Wednesday afternoon I was excited to talk to Jess Pacey who gave advice on your Wedding Day look and how to make your bridal Make – Up last longer.
Enhancing our natural look to ensure we look our best on our Big Day is very important to most Brides and whether we have professional help or do our own make up advice to prolong the pretty is always beneficial.
On Thursday I was practically giddy to share an incredible, colourful and fun Hoki paint Engagement Shoot.
Images of this fabulous and fun frolic on the beach were captured by Jason Tey Photography.
On Friday morning it was my great pleasure to introduce you to Guide to Be , the first user review site for the UK wedding industry.
Now if you were looking for your next big holiday, there are not many that would book without having a wee look at Tripadvisor.
This works on the same premice that Brides and Grooms can give their honest opinion and rating of the services that they used for their Big Day.
On Friday lunchtime I was delighted to share some great advice from Fuze Ceremonies on why you should choose a Humanist Wedding Ceremony.
Humanist weddings have become increasingly popular in Scotland since they became a legal form of marriage in 2005, and are also popular throughout the UK.
To close the week I was thrilled to share a fantastic Glasgow styled Bridal shoot with a little bit of a 1940′s edge.
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 Sunday Mornings with you.
Love MrsPandP x