Hi everybody!! Today I shall be discussing various things (in no particular order): The Blackpool Brides, everyone turning 30, flowers, traditional vs modern, and how I’m in a bit of a panic considering I have just over 19 weeks till The Big Day.
With the smell of spring flowers starting to fill the air and summer wedding season around the corner it’s time to get some serious last minute planning done.
So you’ve sorted the bunting, collected your jars and glass bottles, but have you ordered cute woven personalised wristbands for your guests?
Corsages and buttonholes are sweet, but they have a short shelf life; custom wristbands are a great way to give your guests a little memento of the day and can even double up as a wedding favour.
Did I say ‘wow’ yesterday about my wedding? I think I did. And I’m going to say it today about this one too.
Tamsin shows how you can rock high street bridal like an absolute goddess. Her Phase Eight gown combined with that amazing flower crown (which FYI, the girls made themselves!) is the perfect combination for her and Steven’s village hall wedding.
With huge amounts of DIY this is a stunner. Tamsin also makes a good point; the DIY is a lot of fun, even though at times it is hard work, but more than anything it is important that you relish in your day. And these guys did just that. It was all sumptuously captured by the ever talented Millie Benbow. Love.
Wow, wow and wow. Sara looks so hot in her Sottero and Midgley gown. That lace. Also, her hair might just be the most perfect half up half down bridal do ever.
She married her beau in the beautiful Tuscan countryside with 40 of their closest friends and family. Pratello Country Resort had never hosted a wedding before. This was their very first. And what an incredible job they did too. Julia & You transports you there with her beautiful photography and Sara has some great words of wisdom for all you brides planning on marrying abroad.
Carly was a huge fan of Rock My Wedding, she read the blog on every day of her engagement to Sean… We are talking hard core fan. I love when the inspired become the inspirational…
They married at The Caves in Edinburgh, A truly unique space full of atmosphere situated in the historic underground vaults of Edinburgh (if you’ve ever visited the city and gone on a ghost tour, chances are you’ll have been in those same vaults). It’s a nightclub, a live music venue and a brilliant alternative wedding setting.
Carly rocks her Charlie Brear dress and Sean totally owns that Ted Baker check suit.