Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up.
Today is Fathers Day and I first of all want to say thank you to my Dad for bringing me up to have a deep sense of passion for all I do, and for showing me that even though things can get rough in life we will survive and ride those waves.
I also want to wish those celebrating this special time a wonderful day.
Back to business though I also 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 spotlight on Blog Sponsor AniMac, and her new Graphic Wedding Invitations which incorporate a range of sketches commissioned from Isle of Bute artist, Ruth Slater.
Animac Designs creates quirky and unusual handmade, bespoke wedding stationery, cards and jewellery and is based on the Isle of Bute and Glasgow.
On Monday afternoon I was thrilled to share a beautiful Vintage Tea Party inspired Wedding Shoot.
The shoot was brought together by Mwai of 9ice Events.
9ice Events is a full-service design and planning atelier for custom event décor, floral styling, event rentals, event planning and coordination company, based in Berkshire.
Images of the day were captured by Elysium Photography and a wonderful team of collaborative suppliers helped bring everything to fruition.
On Tuesday morning I was thrilled to share some epic advice from Mylo Photography on whether you should say “I Do” or “I Don’t” to social media on your wedding day.
Recently married themselves, Kieran and Joanne are Mylo Photography and they specialise in relaxed, natural, reportage style wedding photography, and they have some personal experience with the subject.
On Tuesday afternoon I was delighted to share a very intimate Lochside Wedding with an outdoor ceremony, and a stunning Charlie Brear Wedding Dress.
On Wednesday I was excited to share some gorgeous styling tips and a Moodboard to help you create your own Blush Pink and Gold Wedding theme.
Blush pink is such a stunning shade, as delicate as it is powerful.
Its transcends seasons and is a stunning match for many different hues.
Contrasting and accentuating this with gold in a Wedding pallette can work together really well.
Images were captured by Marc Millar Photography.
I hope you savoured your Cuppa, and this round up of the Week on the Wedding Blog Catch Up.
I look forward to sharing many more lazy Sunday Mornings with you.
Love MrsPandP x