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Fabulously Frightening Halloween Inspiration Shoot from Rosadior Floral Headwear

Handmade hair creations company, Rosadior have once again teamed up with some of their favourite suppliers, to create a super-scary Halloween inspiration shoot, and perfect headwear for the Halloween, or Gothic Bride. The recent photoshoot features one-of-a-kind floral and festive hair pieces, all created, by hand, by Samantha Freeman.     Rosadior was founded by Samantha in 2014, she is a vintage lover who also created the UK’s first china hire business, Idyllic Days in 2005. That business saw her become the chosen to supplier to events and charity balls held by A- list celebrities such as Elton John and Sarah Jessica Parker. Samantha sold the vintage crockery hire company...

MrsPandPs Easter Sunday Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up

Good Afternoon, and welcome to MrsPandPs Easter 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…     On Monday I was excited to share this gorgeous beach inspired wedding with sprinkles of yellow, handmade elements and an Alfred Angelo Dress. The stunning shells and blue and yellow in the styling are perfection and a beautiful blend to the gorgeous setting right by the sea. All the traditions, and the handmade elements such as the cake, cupcakes and decorations crafted by family using natural driftwood and shells make it an extra...

Bespoke Headwear from Off With Her Head Millinery

Today I am thrilled to share the work of Off With Her Head Millinery who specialise in creating amazing bespoke headwear with an alternative twist, whether it be bridal, burlesque, vintage gothic or geeky.     I spoke to Lisa Jones to find out all about her work   Who are you, and what do you do? “I’m Lisa and I’m the creative talent behind Off With Her Head Millinery.” “I design and create ‘amazing millinery with a twist’. “I design all different styles of fascinators, mini hats and hair accessories from vintage to burlesque, gothic to geeky (and pretty much anything in between).”     When, and why did...