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 past week…
On a cold day a brisk midwinter walk can blow the cobwebs away and freshen the mind so on Monday morning I was delighted to share this wintery engagement shoot shot in beautiful Lytham St Annes.
The Bride & Groom to be are the lovely Shelly & Kirk who wanted to have a shoot that consisted of wintery walks and sparkly lights.
They are getting married on May 1st 2015.
Images were captured by Fairclough Photography.
On Monday afternoon I was excited to spotlight on the Couture Bridal Wear of Elizabeth Malcolm, and share her gorgeous Midsummers Dream Collection.
For as long as she can remember Lizzie has been fascinated by fine fabrics, embroidery and couture sewing techniques, fuelling her desire to learn more about the process involved in designing and manufacturing exquisite wedding dresses.
Now having launched the Elizabeth Malcolm label, Lizzie prides herself on taking time to get to know a bride creating a beautiful and unique wedding dress to each and every one of her clients.
Images by Matt Lowe of Field Photographic.
On Tuesday morning I focused on the incredibly important subject of how its people who make weddings, not things.
In a similar vein in recent days its been that focus of my home town that People make Glasgow when we are in times of crisis.
We come to work together, to stand tall, to support when things go wrong, and when we need somebody.
In a Wedding situation this is never more important.
Image captured by Janine Hall Photography.
On Tuesday afternoon I was delighted to introduce Suzanne of Paper Tree Design who specialises in gorgeous papercut wedding stationery and decorations.
She is based in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.
This morning I was priviliged to share her very personal Wedding story and share some advice on how the people in your Wedding are so much more important than the details.
On Wednesday I shared some inspiration for a luxurious and elegant Marsala Wedding theme.
A close cousin to maroon and burgundy, Pantone colour of the year 2015, Marsala is a beautiful warm colour with a hint of spice, and an earthiness that can be both rustic and sophisticated.
The Moodboard is to give you a little inspiration for your look and to get your creative juices flowing.
On Thursday I was thrilled to spotlight on the Venue Styling of Mad Philomena, creator of wonderful Weddings and beautiful wedding stationery.
She is based in Grantham, and works across the East Midlands.
She works with couples to understand what their dream day looks and feels like, and then helps them hone that vision, add a little twist and deliver it with creativity and love.
Image by Lifeline Photography.
On Friday I shared how panic stations hit our Blogging Bride this New Year.
But I think she is a wee bit more organised than she thinks with already securing the Venue, Band, Wedding Car and some decorations.
Sophie brung us up to speed on whats been happening in her world over the festive season, and how she is revving up her Wedding Planning experience right now…
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