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 Monday I was thrilled to share this gorgeous garden party wedding at the Bride and Grooms home in Farringdon in Hampshire.
The Bride wore Lusan Mandongus and the day was very much a family affair.
Images were captured by Jason of Alexander Leaman Photography.
Summer has now officially started, whatever the weather may suggest, but no matter what the weather on your wedding day, colourful confetti from Shropshire Petals can add a touch of sunshine romance to the celebrations.
I shared some advice by the brand who are are on hand with their top confetti colour recommendations for your summer wedding:
On Wednesday I was excited excited to share a gorgeous Greek inspired wedding shoot captured at the beautiful Ditton Manor.
Images were captured by Summers Photography, and feature an incredible collaborative team.
If you’re bored of the regular go-to-the-pub stag do that all your mates are having, then you’re in the right place.
Here, we take a look at five different ideas that mean you will actually remember a stag do, and look back on it with fond memories.
Its great to be a bit more bit more adventurous with your Stag do with all the amazing opportunities out there.
Its such a special time to celebrate with your best of friends so why not make it memorable by having an experience that you will never forget.
You’ve got the THE Dress but sometimes the look, and the dress requires a little extra oomph to show it at its best which is where a Wedding Hoop or bridal Petticoat comes in.
Moonrise Lingerie are pleased to announce that they now offer a bridal petticoat hire service on a selection of their wedding hoops.
Plenty of brides to be are looking for bargains in all areas of their wedding including shopping for their dresses on the high street.
Many gown designs still require a wedding petticoat to give it the right lift and volume and your Wedding Day is likely to be the only time you wear your wedding hoop.
On Friday I was thrilled to tell you all about The Bridal Emporium, & British designer Claire Amelia Toole who is taking the plunge starting her own Bridal wear collection after working 3 and a half years in the wedding industry.
Claire opened her own boutique ‘The Bridal Emporium’ in Leeds, September 2014.
The boutique celebrates independent British designers, sourced locally and nationally.
She stocks true vintage bridal wear and offers a bespoke couture service in house to brides to be, and now is embarking on a Kickstarter project to launch her own label.
There are so many decisions with a Wedding, and unless you have that “US song”, the choice for first dance songs has to be another conundrum that couples have to contend with.
The first dance is always a special moment at any wedding, the vows have been exchanged and the rings are on, and then it is the time for the newly weds to take to the floor.
Apart from worrying whether or not they’ll trip over each other’s feet, the couple will also have had to make the tough decision of song choice.
Some couples go for conventional choices, whilst some go for the out and out alternative.
Some awesome advice from music entertainment agency Matchbox Music is to you is to choose a song that means something to both of you and not just something to please the crowd.
After all, it is your special day and if you want your first dance to be to a guilty pleasure, we’re sure your guests will indulge you.
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