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 spotlight on Russet and Gray who specialise in bespoke wedding invitations and stationery.
They have designs to suit all manner of wedding themes…whimsical pretty and floral, bold and modern, vintage, rustic, quirky or traditional.
They are based out of their lovely little garden office in rural Essex.
On Tuesday I was delighted to share this pretty handmade Wedding in a Village Hall with a Jenny Packham Dress and a crocheted Veil.
Images of the day were captured by Take Aim Photography.
If the thought of standing up in front of assorted friends and family members delivering a wedding speech makes you want to run away screaming, or the thought of the emotions it will incur fills you with dread then you are in the right place.
Weddings are very happy occasions but often that happiness can by tinged with sadness when we think of the people who should be there but aren’t.
The swirl of emotion that this can cause can prove problematic for anyone tasked with speaking at a wedding.
Of course a few tears are expected on the big day, but there are ways and means of keeping a speech heartfelt and emotional as well as being decipherable!
Here are three tips from Andy Naylor of I Will Write your Best Man Speech to ensure that your tearful toast doesn’t become baffling blubbing!
Image by Devonshire Photographic.
On Thursday I was thrilled to thrilled to spotlight on the unique and beautiful Personalised Prints for Weddings of Bird & Key.
As well as Weddings the personalised prints and stationery are perfect for anniversaries, new babies, birthdays and more.
They make the perfect thoughtful and ‘something a bit different’ gift for special occasions or just a lovely treat for yourself.
The company is based in Portishead, North Somerset
On Friday I was excited to share the gorgeous Ballerina inspired ‘En Pointe’ Wedding Dress collection from Sabina Motasem.
The new collection brings movement and flow to designer bridalwear, showcasing must-have pieces for any bride looking for luxurious understated elegance.
Sabina has launched the new ‘En Pointe’ collection with styling and design inspiration taken from the world of ballet.
The collection is available to view at her Islington-based studio with stunning ballerina imagery starring a real ballerina, Kate Byrne who dances with the Royal Opera House and the National Ballet all around the world.
Sabina Ali, the founder of Sabina Motasem, says, “I have taken inspiration from ballet for my latest collection of dresses.”
“A ballerina, just like a bride, encapsulates elegance, grace and beauty through refined movement and flow.”
“The dresses emphasize my brides’ gracefulness, as if floating weightlessly on air throughout her special day with the special person in her life.”
Image by Oliver Prout Photography.
To close I would love to share a family picture from my recent Florida vacation.
I love my work but its good to have time to recharge and reinvigorate from time to time.
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