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We all have a funny story to tell from a wedding we have been to, and the more weddings we attend, the more likely it is to see something funny, unusual or downright weird.Well today’s guest bloggers have seen more than most. They are The Players, a small but perfectly formed band from Yorkshire. In their own words they firmly believe that size doesn’t matter…
They specialise in small and intimate events; as a four-piece band can fit into venues where larger show bands couldn’t, or might risk overwhelming the audience. However, they are equally at home on larger stages! They have played everywhere from castles to marquees, and from hotels to rock clubs. Individually, they have played all over the UK, Europe and the USA.
All I want is a room somewhere, far away from the cold night air. with one enormous chair, wouldn’t it be loverly…..
We were absolutely delighted to be asked to arrange, style and be a part of a series of styled shoot with the very fabulous So Sassi bridal brand. We worked closely with the So Sassi team and a very talented collection of wedding suppliers to create 3 distinct scenes showing off the versatility and sheer beauty of these gorgeous gowns. Today we are showcasing the fabulous film by Vogue Wedding Films.
We were inspired by the fabulous So Sassi gowns, Bianca and India. Sculpted lines, bold silhouettes, gorgeous textures, they called for a theme that was classic and chic, with a strong leading lady. Our brilliant wedding photographers McAvoy Wedding Photography, and videographers, Vogue Wedding Films, were there to capture every moment and we couldn’t have done it without the help of Jessie Thomson, wedding planner. Special mention to hair stylist Anna White for her to die for “dos” in this scene & the fabulous vintage china & glassware by Lavender and Linen.
Today’s film has the theme of My Fair Lady. Our ugly duckling, Eliza Doolittle is transformed into a beautiful socialite with the help of Professor Henry Higgins. Effortlessly stylish, elegant & ever so decadent, with a largely monochromatic palette, this is a dream of a film…
Thankyou to the wonderful team of suppliers involved in this shoot. We could not have done it without you….
Concept & planning: Love Me Love my Wedding
Models: Sarah Smith & Will Shave
Dresses: So Sassi Bridal
Shoes: Beloved Bridal
Venue: Old Down Manor
Hair: Anna White
Makeup: Vanessa Smith
Hair accessory: Triflerabbit
Styling: Jessie Thomson
Styling & vintage china & glassware: Lavender and Linen
Parasol: Love Umbrellas
Videography: Vogue Wedding Films
Photography: McAvoy Wedding Photography
Stationery: Knots and Kisses
Cakes: Curtis and Co cakes
Today’s post is all about helping someone who needs a break in life and also a good way of recycling an old suits that might be too tight, too loose or just too familiar, and what’s more, give you a little something to help towards that wedding budget. So we are very proud to support the fabulous campaign of tailoring company, A Suit that Fits.
Until 31st May, A Suit That Fits is asking Grooms to donate their unwanted suits to help a disadvantaged unemployed young person find and get work and as a thank you, they’ll get a £50 voucher to put towards their wedding suit.
Today we have a lovely Autumnal wedding set in the heart of Essex and photographed by the lovely Anesta Broad Photography, a wedding and portrait photographer covering Essex and the surrounding area. It’s full of beautiful homemade details, fabulous colour and a very beautiful bride. So it’s over to Lisa and Gareth to share their special day and a few words of advice with us…..
So today’s post is a bit different and something I have wanted to do for a while. We feature a lot of pretty things and advice on planning a wedding but what happens afterwards, when the cake is eaten and your dress has been packed away? What happens when you are actually married?
You might have already lived together before or you might be moving in together for the first time. Either way, how will married life change your relationship and are your expectations realistic?
Well we have some advice today from wedding planner and recently married woman Natalie Walters of Collection 26 on adapting to married life. So over to Nat and would love your comments on this interesting post…..