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One of my enduring memories from when I was a wee one was catching one of the most beautiful bouquets I had EVER seen from the hands of a stunning bride who I believed was a princess.
Granted I was stood about 3 feet away from her and she more or less handed it to me rather than tossing it over her shoulder. I should mention here that there was also an absence of overexcited females jostling for prime catching position in case you’re picturing me as a miniature Vinnie Jones having elbowed my way to the front.
Nonetheless for the rest of that day I felt special, like I’d been given access to an exclusive club because I’d caught the bouquet. Not even going home in my M&S vest and pants, having been divested of my bridesmaid dress because it was rented could tarnish my little glow of glory.
That was the best day.
I’ve always believed that my triumphant catch was the catalyst for my life-long obsession with beautiful blooms and especially with wedding day bouquets.
So allow me to indulge this weakness of mine and let me show you lovelies some of the best arrangements out there in wedding land (in my humble opinion).
I want to hear about which ones are your favourites.
Which style pulls at your heartstrings?
What colour scheme have you selected for your big W-Day?
I’m all ears…
There’s something beautifully exquisite about white blooms.… View the full post.
Yep, she may just have the poshest name in history… And the eyelashes you see in this post are REAL.
Hi, It’s Adam here. Although I am not the author of this post. I am in fact butting in on the very first post of our (*add fanfare here) very first Rock My Wedding full time employee.
Lauren joins team RMW today and you are going to be seeing quite a bit of her. In fact you have already seen quite a bit of Lauren’s work – you may just not have realised it.
Back To The Start
I first met Lauren a little over a year ago and I knew straight away that she was made of the blue polka dotted stuff. We featured a shoot that she masterminded in December called A Vintage Winters Tale which was hugely popular, she subsequently provided some inspirational mood boards as a finale for our retro week, you can see her vision for the 1950s right up to the 1980s in her post Retro Week – The Inspiration and lastly she helped us style our lomography love shoot. You can see her in action in A Typical Friday At RMW HQ Check her out at the end of the video sporting one of the most alternative Chinese accents I have ever heard