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

Good Morning, and welcome to Mrs P and P’s Sunday Morning Cuppa 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.

 

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To Kick off the week I was excited to share the gorgeous new Collection of Natasha Jane.

With strong influence from Greek culture and particularly the Goddesses, hence titled the Goddess Collection, Midlands based luxury headwear designer Natasha Jane launched her new headband collection.

 The Greek Goddesses were intimately involved in the history, tragedies, and festivals of the Greeks so what better way to celebrate strong women than with beautiful adornments.
 
 
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On Monday afternoon I shared some Styling and Ideas for a Childs Ocean themed Party.

There are not many people that don’t love the tranquility of watching the Ocean.

Its beautiful blues and greens have such a great calming influence.

When you pair with that the miracle of nature, and all the wildlife under the soft billowing waves, its a wonderful theme to base a celebration on.

 

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The Call of the Sea – Styling and Ideas for a Childs Ocean themed Party

 

On Tuesday morning I was excited to feature Dani Crawshaw Illustrations and her lovely customised story books.

Her mission with her books is to spread happiness and their uniqueness certainly raises a smile, they are such a great personalised gift idea.

 

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Illustrate your Love – Customised Story Books by Dani Crawshaw Illustrations

 

On Tuesday afternoon I was delighted to share an account of an actual Wedding proposal, as it happened in the stunning surroundings of Eilean Donan Castle.

This perfectly captured moment in time was photographed by  John Baikie Photography. 

 

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Eilean Donan Castle – Amber and Niall… The Proposal – Images by John Baikie Photography

 

On Wednesday I was thrilled  to share a beautiful Intimate Wedding at the legendary Gretna Green.

And no, it wasn’t the Bride and Groom eloping, but the fabulous Karli Harrison who captured the lovely images that was running up to our Scottish landmark to photograph a family Wedding.

 

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Running Away to Gretna – Intimate Wedding – Karli Harrison Photography

 

On Thursday morning it gave me great pleasure to share the lovely handmade felt Wedding Dolls by PepperPot Crafts.

The Wedding Dolls are the latest must have product for your Celebration, fantastic for decoration or as a gift.

 

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Handmade Felt Wedding Dolls – PepperPot Crafts

 

On Thursday afternoon I was share the beautiful civil partnership ceremony of Antje and Helen, held at the incredibly gorgeous Maison Talbooth in Chichester.

Memories of the day wre captured by Laura Thomson of Lauz Photography.

 

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Moments that are just Priceless – Civil Partnership Celebration – Lauz Photography

 

On Friday it gave me great pleasure to share the stunning handmade and bespoke Wedding Bouquets of Chasing Rubies.

Claire Morrissey who owns Chasing Rubies creates her stunning bouquets by using crystals, buttons, jewellery, beads, fabrics and anything that sparkles!

 

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Handmade and bespoke Wedding Bouquets by Chasing Rubies

 

On Saturday following reading a BBC article I thought that should share an article on what I thought was the most important parts of a Wedding.

There was a lot of talk about what what constitutes a Bloggable Wedding but for me the Magic will always be in the Moments. 

 

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The Magic is in the Moments

 

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

More about ALISON TINLIN

UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow

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