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MrsPandPs Sunday Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up

Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up. Today I want to share the pretty as we look back on the fabulous features of this past week.     On Monday I was excited to share this rustic chic Wedding with a Jesus Peiro Gown at Umberslade Farm. A year prior the Barn where the Reception was to be held was home to pigs and goats, but transformation was to come with hard work, and an attached Marquee. Hatton & Harding fabulously styled the whole day from bouquets to wall art, the whole day was picture perfect. The look of the day was rustic chic with...

Tips on Wedding Veil positioning and placement

After many years helping brides to choose their Wedding Veil, Margaret Byrne of Dream Veils has  come across a few problems that they have upon trying to wear their Wedding veil securely. If a bride has curly hair – or an up-do, or bun then there is a good anchor there for the comb to be placed into, but a big problem for brides with fine hair – is getting the comb to stay put, so here are three different suggestions….     1. The back – comb method Backcomb the hair at the spot where you want to put the comb and spray with hairspray- that will give a...

Something Old, Something New – Incorporating traditions & sayings into your Wedding Day

These days brides and grooms like to be unique and put their own spin on their day and that is something I wholeheartedly agree with, but I also feel there is still a place for traditions should you wish to incorporate them into your Wedding Day. I love the Good Luck saying “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, and a sixpence in her shoe”.     Traditions in weddings may come and go, but this is a wedding staple, and I think most brides try to incorporate each little part of it, even though they may think of more quirky and original ideas than their predessesors did back...

If I were a Bride this Christmas….

10 whole years ago I was just engaged and as a new Bride to be I put some things on my wedding wishlist. This was both as it was new and exciting, and also it cut down on the Wedding spend by having Christmas gifts that would have an important function in our Big Day. Receiving these gifts was extra special as it heightened the excitement of the preparations. So if I were a Bride this Christmas then here is a few gifts that I would recommend:-   LHG Designs Fauna Bridal double sided leaves pearl and rhinestone headband The Fauna Headband  (Roman Goddess of Nature) is from the 2014 Art...

To Veil or not To Veil – Advice on choosing a Wedding Veil from Dream Veils

Today I am thrilled to share some brilliant advice on the subject of the Wedding Veil from lovely Blog Sponsor Margaret Byrne of Dream Veils. Based in Sale near Manchester, Dream Veils create and  hand make – to order Bridal and First Communion veils amongst other embroidered items. The veils they create are Wedding Veils, Vintage Veils, Birdcage Veils, First Holy Communion Veils, Mantilla Veils, Silk Tulle Veils,  Dotted tulle veils, Tulle capes, Embroidered Personalised Napkins, Hankies, Towels, Sarongs, Organza and Tulle Wraps, Tulle capes,  Knitted Wraps and Coloured veils     I hand over to Margaret to share her expertise,   Wedding veils!! Now that conjures up visions of brides...