MrsPandP’s Sunday Morning Cuppa (UK Wedding Blog Catch Up)

Good Morning, and welcome to Mrs P and P’s Sunday Morning Cuppa  UK Wedding Blog Catch up.

Today I am delighted to re – visit and share the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the  Wedding Blog this week.




On Monday the Heels were made for Walking, and at the beautiful Edinburgh Wedding of Mariella and Matt they certainly featured and made a bit of a statement.

Images of the Big Day at Edinburgh’s  HUB Venue were captured by Stuart Craig Photography.

On Tuesday I was excited to share something a wee bit different as couple  Jen & Barry chose to involve their love of our feathered night time friends by having an Owl Engagement Shoot.

Images of the day were captured by Mike Cook Photography at the Scottish Owl Centre.





TwitTwoo – An Owl Engagement Shoot at the Scottish Owl Centre


On Wednesday I got Fruity!

Inspired by the fresh colours of summer and the abundance of fruits and their soft hues, I would love to share some inspiration for a Peach Wedding.

Peach is such a warming colour… comforting infact.

The shade has many layers and contrasting those to bring a Wedding pallette together can work really well.


PicMonkey Collage Peach Cobbler


Getting Fruity! – Styling for a Peach Wedding


On Thursday I was thrilled to share a guest post fromKirstie – Ann Pimbblet, a blogger  for Elegant Steps which was  packed full of advice on caring for your Bridal Outfit, before, during and after the Wedding.

You spend a lot of money on your bridal outfit; on your dress, on your jewellery, on your headpiece and your shoes, so if you are not planning on selling everything after the big day, you need to know some care tips.




Caring for your Bridal Outfit, before, during and after the Wedding


On Friday I was delighted to share some the lovely Wedding Stationery of Little Cherub Design.

Caroline Kaye is a Designer/maker and stationery fanatic that crafts beautiful stationery, favour boxes, prints, bags, amongst other wonderful products.
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On Saturday it was my great pleasure to share a guest post on the common shapes of Diamond rings and what they can say about your personality.

While some have a tough time deciding what diamond cut to “marry” when they go diamond ring shopping, many women know precisely what cut attracts them most when it comes to the grandest gem. 

Often a diamond cut can reveal some facet of the wearer’s personality. 

What might your diamond cut say about you?



5 Shapes of Diamond Rings: What Each Says About Your Personality


I hope you savoured your Cuppa, and this round up of the Week on the  UK Wedding Blog.

I  look forward to sharing many more lazy Sunday Mornings with you.


Love MrsPandP   x


UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow

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