Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning 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 excited to spotlight on the work of Eliza Jane Howell & share her exquisite Grand Opera Collection of vintage inspired Wedding Dresses.
As the name suggests these gowns are grand, dramatic and evoke a passionate, emotional response.
Images captured by Chris Dawes Photography.
On Tuesday I was thrilled to share some great advice from Cynthia at Alegrar Weddings on how NOT to plan your Wedding on Pinterest.
We all do it, we see the pretty, we pin like a mad thing, then we see something else and so it goes on and it can get pretty overwhelming.
But now is the time to stop, to focus, and to read how Pinterest can be your asset and not be something that drives Wedding stress to extreme.
Sometimes its really nice to be able to give back, and in 2013 Abi Neill was so inspired by the Help For Heroes charity that it was decided that it was time that something fabulous was done to raise money for the cause.
In November of that year she Colchester based Abi and her bridal and menswear business ‘Abigail’s Collection & The Groom’s Room’ threw a red carpet charity event at the historic Prested Hall and played host to a 100 guests at their exciting wedding themed fundraiser.
This year she is once again playing hostess for the Event on November 15th 2015 at 7pm.
On Wednesday I was delighted to share this pretty intimate Vintage inspired Edinburgh Wedding with a family unity focus.
Images were captured by the lovely Gillian Glover MacLean.
Now we all want our wedding entertainment to be a crowd puller, and it doesn’t get more interactive than with a ceilidh band.
From the ceilidh veteran to those that have never danced a Scottish dance in their life its fun, its fast and definitely an ice breaker for your Wedding Guests.
On Thursday I was thrilled to welcome the lovely Simon of the Scotch Bonnet Ceilidh band to give some sound advice on choosing and getting the best from your Ceilidh band….
On Friday I was thrilled to share a stunning styled shoot shot on location at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel which is shortly to relaunch as a Wedding Venue.
In keeping with the setting the shoot was entitled “Opulence” to reflect the luxury feel of the hotel.
Images were captured by Martyn Norsworthy of Norsworthy Weddings with a collaborative team.
The Hotel also has a showcase today – Duke Live – 11am – 4pm
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 Sunday Mornings with you.
Love MrsPandP x