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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 the pretty as we look back on the fabulous features of this past week. Its a short edition this week as slowing down for Festive break but still wanted to recap on the wonderful things I am privileged to share.     On Monday I was thrilled to share a pretty Winter Wedding Inspired styled shoot on the Isle of Wight at the beautiful Spinnaker Hotel. Images were captured by Holly Cade Photography, and the shoot was brought together by Karen at Dornellie with a wonderful collaborative team.     “A Wight...

The importance of Capturing memories…

Whether its a Wedding, a family celebration, Christmas or just because, taking  snippets of life and capturing memories has never been more important. Life can be so short, and you never want to have those what ifs, and even the simplest of photos can be of comfort long past when the reality has passed. Photographer Joanne Withers shares some of her thoughts for capturing Christmas, and alongside I give my thoughts how that can be applied to the world of Weddings and celebrations and indeed life.     Joanne says.. “I am one of those people who loves Christmas.” “It was made magical for me as a child with so...

People make Weddings, not things…

Today I want to focus 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.     The lovely Suzanne of  Paper Tree Design has shared her touching story of how she believes that its people, not details that make a huge difference when times get tough.   “I had sat down...

Emily Wisher – Artisan Florist for Weddings or Events

Today I am thrilled to spotlight on the stunning work of Emily Wisher, an artisan florist and gardener based in Staffordshire. Her botanic arrangements have a signature informality inspired by wild English meadows and woodland glades. An Art History graduate, she brings a unique stylistic context to her tablescapes and posies, often incorporating decorative objects or natural materials gathered herself in the countryside surrounding her Whittington studio. Emily grows her own flowers and works as a consultant on other cutting garden projects.     I spoke to Emily to find out all about her blossoming Business…   Who are you, and what do you do? “I am Emily Wisher and...