Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs 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.
On Monday I was excited to share this incredible Brisbane hipster Wedding in an alleyway with a Grace Loves Lace Dress.
Ben & Kaycee chose to get ready at the incredible TRYP Hotel, which overlooked the ceremony area.
This hotel has the most amazing graffiti art scattered through its many floors.
Wanting a wedding that was fun & a little bit different, they opted to get married in the Alleyway of Chur Burger in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane.
Awesome celebrant Josh Withers had the privilege of marrying these lovely two.
Images were captured by Kylie at Just for Love Photography.
From tiaras to headbands, hair combs to hair vines, there’s so much to consider when it comes to your wedding hair accessories.
Thankfully, bridal headband designer, Rosie Willett, is here to help brides-to-be as she takes a run-through of the most popular accessories to compliment your Wedding look.
We also showcase her most recent Collection, Blossoms.
Rebecca and James got married om April 23rd 2016, 13 years to the day they got together.
Images were captured by Karen of Fuller Photography.
On Thursday I was delighted to share these gorgeous and incredibly stylish accessories for Wedding & life by Lark & Lily Designs.
Street fashion around the globe along side art, music and the outstanding landscape of the far north of Scotland where she lives all spark ideas in her creative mind.
Texture and colour is something that often features in her work too and adds just that something different to Lark & Lily accessories.
I am a big fan and I am sure you are going to love her beautiful work too…
On Friday I was delighted to spotlight on amazing Wedding Venue Hodsock Priory.
Hodsock Priory is an historic country house wedding venue set in 800 acres of countryside in Blyth, on the border of Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire.
In 2007, the house was refurbished using period and heritage paints, fabrics and fixtures.
It epitomises country house style and the grandeur is sympathetic to the feel of the house back in 1829.
I recently visited the house whilst on family vacation, and its really quite something to behold…
I hope you savoured your Cuppa, and this round up of the Week on the MrsPandP Wedding Blog.
I look forward to sharing many more lazy Sunday Mornings with you.
Love MrsPandP x