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MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up

Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up. Today I want to share some lovely pretty as we look back on the fabulous features of this past week…     To kick off the week I was excited to share an incredible Tipi Wedding with a Madeline Gardner Dress & a Car Engine Theme. Images of this colourful and creative day were captured by Luke Holroyd Photography.     A Tipi Wedding with a Madeline Gardner Dress & a Car Engine Theme   On Tuesday thrilled to spotlight on the fabulous Tantrums and Tiaras as they unveil their 2015 collection ‘Maharaja’’ Tantrums and Tiaras is...

MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up

Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up. This week has been mostly about endings and new beginnings but today before I get into that I want to re – visit the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the  Wedding Blog this week.     To kick off the week I was very excited to share some awesome Canine Wedding Fashion with these fantastic Dog Kilts and accessories from Edinburgh firm Dugz. Our pets, much like children are very important to us and can play an enormous part in the most important days of our lives, so they should rock a stylish look too.  ...

Wintery Vintage Glam – Real Wedding – Images by Pete Barnes Photo

Today I am thrilled to share the beautiful Wedding of Danni and Matt with stunning imagery by Pete Barnes Photography. Based in Wakefield Pete offers contemporary, professional, reportage wedding photography with traditional elements. Pete shares his recollections of the day, “We recently had the pleasure of providing the wedding photography for the beautiful wedding of Danielle and Matt at the Holdsworth House Hotel near Halifax.  I’ll start by saying that we had been looking forward to this wedding since they booked us over a year ago.  Danni and Matt are such a lovely couple it was another one of these weddings where we really felt more like guests with cameras instead...