Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up.
This week has been mostly about soldiering through.
Lots going on at Chez P and P both with the Blog and family and I have been fighting an overwhelming tiredness all week.
However I don’t quit easy so today I want to re – visit the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the Wedding Blog this week.
To kick off the week I was delighted to share some excellent advice and tips from the fabulous Hazel Parsons on planning a Garden Wedding.
When it comes to planning your wedding day the venue play’s a huge part in how your day will flow, feel and even look (especially when it comes to the photographs!)
On Monday afternoon I was thrilled to share a windy yet stunning Linlithgow Wedding with gorgeous DIY aspects.
On Tuesday Morning I was delighted to spotlight on Susan Dick who is a Jewellery and Bridal Accessories designer based in Glasgow.
Launched through a passion for design and creation Susan’s pieces have a distinct vintage feel.
On Tuesday afternoon I was thrilled to share this Vintage inspired Lancashire Wedding with a black Wedding Dress.
Think a Bridal look with a slightly steampunk edge with Bridesmaids that could have stepped out of a 40′s movie with glorious victory rolls.
On Wednesday morning was thrilled to spotlight on some fantastic behind the scenes footage of the launch of the new bridal gown collection by Amanda Wyatt, “Blue Iris”
Viva La Wedding were asked to film this prestigious Event, and show us a sneak peek.
On Wednesday afternoon I was excited to share a gorgeous Ripley Castle Wedding with a Justin Alexander dress, plenty of DIY touches, and a hint of a Cath Kidson theme.
Images of the day were captured by Sarah Beth Photography with 2nd Shooter Thomas Arran.
On Thursday morning I was delighted to share the personalised cake toppers of Clare Basham Designs.
Working from a photo or sketch or an original idea you may have, Clare captures her characters personalities adding a memorable twist to a Wedding or special occasion.
On Thursday afternoon it was my pleasure to share a lovely relaxed Rouken Glen Park Engagement Shoot, also starring Amber the dog.
Images of the day were captured by Jill Cherry Porter Photography.
On Friday morning I was delighted to spotlight on Jackdaw Decor who create unique bespoke pine cone or paper bridal flowers.
Each bouquet is constructed in a traditional victorian method making the flowers durable, light-weight & incredibly pretty.
The paper bouquets are textural, tactile, 3D items of loveliness, and are a perfect gift to yourself for your Wedding day that will last long after the day.
To close the week I was thrilled to share a beautiful Winter Wedding in Hathersage with hints of green, cream and lace.
Images of the day were captured by Ewan Mathers Photography.
I hope you savoured your Cuppa, and this round up of the Week on the MrsPandP Wedding Blog Catch Up.
I look forward to sharing many more lazy Sunday Mornings with you.
Love MrsPandP x