Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up.
Its been a mad week of appointments and craziness, as well as normal summer holiday madness at P and P Towers.
However today I want to take the opportunity to re – visit the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the Wedding Blog this week.
To kick off the week I was thrilled to share the very elegant and beautiful Australian Farm Wedding of Dylan and Alisa.
Their Big Day was held at Chapel Farm, in the Swan Valley in Western Australia.
The Venue is uniquely versatile and exudes charm and character.
Images of the day were captured by the fabulous Jason Tey.
For anyone who saw their Holi Paint Engagement Shoot, you knew the Wedding would be special.
On Tuesday I was thrilled to share this gorgeous handmade & Vintage inspired Scarborough Wedding with hints of blush pink and navy.
The Big day was held at the Ox Pasture Hall Hotel.
Images of the day were captured by the Colin Murdoch Studio.
On Wednesday I was delighted to spotlight on the work of Rosie Willett Designs who create beautiful Bridal Headpieces, jewellery and accessories.
Rosie is an award winning tiara designer with a First Class Honours degree in Fashion Marketing.
Rosie is inspired by the arts, fashion and film as well as the shapes and structures in nature.
She has an experimental approach towards her work and constantly challenges herself to create new and interesting pieces.
The range from Rosie Willett Designs includes romantic flower tiaras, sparkling side tiaras and traditional tiaras.
Each piece is individually handmade and perfect for stylish Weddings or special occasions.
On Thursday I shared a recent survey that has revealed that many mothers felt left out of the Wedding planning process of their daughter’s wedding, with 40% of brides’ mothers wishing they had been more involved.
The study, conducted by clothing brand Marisota, investigated Mother of the Bride’s opinions on being involved in wedding planning, how it has affected their relationship with their daughter as well as experiences of choosing a Mother of the Bride dress.
On Friday morning I was excited to spotlight on Cute Maps who create unique Wedding Invitations with a functional twist.
Their custom designed, illustrated maps provide the perfect alternative to a traditional invitation
These whimsical handmade creations are individually tailored to depict an enticing visual story and lasting memory of that special day.
Wedding guests will be impressed with this perfect twist that every Bride looks for in her wedding stationery.
On Friday I was delighted to share the stunning, sunny, yellow inspired Buckinghamshire Wedding of Lisa and Nathan at Danesfield House Hotel.
Danesfield House is situated near Marlow in the Chiltern Hills, and is a former country house now used as a hotel and spa.
The house stands on a plateau which shelves steeply down to the River Thames to the south.
Images of the day were captured by Hannah McClune Photography.
I hope you savoured your Cuppa, and this round up of the Week on the MrsPandP.com Wedding Blog Catch Up.
I look forward to sharing many more lazy Sunday Mornings with you.
Love MrsPandP x