Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up.
Today I want to share a whole load of pretty as we look back on the fabulous features of this pre – Festive week.
On Monday I was thrilled to share a colourful and fun Penguin Book theme Wedding at Tom Brown’s Brasserie with a games, candy floss, a puppet show and some incredibly fantastic wedding detail.
Images were captured by Sarah at Mirror Imaging Photography.
On Tuesday morning I was delighted to shine the spotlight on Natural Favours who creates personalised wildflower & bird seed wedding favours, real flower petal confetti & gifts.
On Tuesday afternoon I was excited to share these incredible images shot on location in Ireland, and which I believe give some beautiful inspiration to the Alternative Bride.
A Bride is her own person, and that means she doesn’t have to be stuck in the box of tradition, and that is never more true than with the Wedding Gown she wears.
Whether you go white, coloured or in this case, black, your Wedding Gown reflects you as a person.
While this styled shoot was not overtly Bridal in nature, it has the styling to inspire those looking for a more unique or gothic look.
Images are by Sarah Ann Wright Photography.
On Wednesday I was thrilled to share a really gorgeous Rustic Wedding with pastel florals at Gate Street Barn in the Surrey Hills.
Images were captured by Alexander Leaman Photography.
On Thursday I was delighted to share this lovely Glasgow Wedding with purple accents at the Grand Central Hotel.
Images were captured by Duncan McCall Photography.
On Friday I was thrilled to share the work of I love Fruit who specialise in coming up with exciting fruit displays and fruit carvings for all weddings, parties & corporate functions.
In a nutshell they specialise in Fruit Carvings, Fruit Palm Trees, Chocolate Strawberry Towers, Edible Fruit Bouquets, Strawberry Bouquets, Bride & Groom Gifts and much more.
With these carved and beautifully designed fruit masterpieces you will be sure to impress all of your wedding guests.
For each fruit display they use a wide range of fruits and vegetables to carve from watermelons, strawberry bushes to lush citrus fruits.
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