Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up.
I am loving the Autumn colours just now, gorgeous fiiery tones of the changing leaves and lovely long walks all snuggled up in jumpers, one of my favourite times of year.
Anyway back to Business and today I want to share a whole load of pretty as we look back on the features of this past week…
On Monday morning I was excited to kick off the week by sharing some gorgeous copper wedding theme styling with a beautiful Moodboard to inspire you for your Big Day.
I have a bit of a thing for metallics, and while silver and gold may take the limelight I am a particular fan of copper.
It lends itself well to both glamorous and elegant occasions as well as a more rustic style.
On Monday afternoon I was thrilled to shine the spotlight on Hannah Weeks who is a Freelance Illustrator specialising in Illustrated Wedding Stationery.
Based in Greengates – an area of Bradford in West Yorkshire she works from her home studio, providing Bespoke Wedding Stationery including everything from Save The Date Cards and Illustrated Invitations, to Seating Plans and Present Lists.
On Tuesday I was thrilled to share a gorgeous Yorkshire Wedding filled with rainbow brights at the Hospitium.
Images of the day were captured by Georgina Harrison Photography.
On Wednesday morning I was delighted to shine the spotlight on the beautifully designed wedding stationery of Swoon at The Moon.
Swoon at The Moon are Matthew and Leanne, a husband and wife team, and they live in a quiet market town on the edge of Dartmoor with their 1 year old daughter.
They previously worked within a small team at a leading wedding stationery company up until April 2014.
Then using their passion and experience, they decided to set up their own stationery company, offering unique, stylish and fun designs for all special occasions.
On Wednesday afternoon I was delighted to share some great advice by The City Rooms.
Anybody that has planned a wedding will tell you that booking your Wedding Venue is a lovely but eye opening experience.
You walk in, are taken aback by its beauty and are practically chomping at the bit to sign on the dotted line and enter yourself into binding contract with the venue.
It’s then often the case after you’ve signed that you start to realise the venue might not be as perfect for you as it seemed on the face of it.
On Thursday I was delighted to share a beautiful bicultural family centric Edinburgh Wedding with a strong Italian connection.
Images of the day were captured by Alan Snelling Photography.
On Friday I was delighted to spotlight on Bridal gown label Cross My Heart Bridal who have launched into the UK Bridal market.
The name Cross My Heart symbolises the team of designers’ origins from the Isle of Malta, a tiny island with a history worth its weight in gold.
A culmination of supreme fit with exquisite finishing, Cross My Heart brings meticulous attention to every detail that sets their dresses apart to make the bride’s day not just more comfortable, but even more special.
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