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Sometimes I love to find wedding inspiration from furhter afield. Bringing fresh ideas from around the globe, so today I am excited to present Classic Wedding Invitations new ranges of their laser cut invitations from their photoshoot with renowned Australian photographer Lilli Waters. The new photos beautifully showcase the delicate and unique work of Classic Wedding Invitations.
Classic Wedding Invitations prides itself on the intricate detailing and high quality materials that are used to create every invitation. The revolutionary laser cutting technology ensures that each invitation is produced with precision and beauty.
Owner and designer Linda Vydra said, “We are so happy to be releasing these new photos, as they really show the endless possibilities that Classic Wedding Invitations can provide. They are also launching a digital fabric printing service which allows clients to print custom cushions, aprons and napkins for their wedding.”
So let’s have a look at the new range and please let me know which is your favourite…..
The acrylic wedding invitation is an Art deco design that is inspired by the Great Gatsby and the fashion from the 1920’s. It is an elegant invitation that is laser cut onto 3mm acrylic, which creates a unique invite.
The baroque lace wedding invitation is a delicate design that uses intricate laser cutting to create the beautiful design. It is a very elegant piece that would be suited to a classical wedding. The stylized photos uses pieces such as the beautiful vintage Lang engagement ring to represent the style.
yes, I know, everyone has seen a slick, well rehearsed flash mob. Is there anyone left who HASN’T seen a flash mob you might say?
Well maybe not, but that doesn’t make it a bad thing to think of for your wedding and you know what? It doesn’t have to be over rehearsed or perfect-just enthusiastic and sincere-just like this one, which involved guests of all ages, shapes and sizes Enjoy…..
So you’ve trawled through every dress shop known to mankind, you’ve visited every wedding blog and read through a rainforest worth of magazines for inspiration, but you still haven’t found your perfect dress. Maybe the dress styles just don’t seen to suit your body shape or perhaps you just want something a bit more you. have youthought about getting a bespoke dress made? This service is not just for the rich and famous and today we are showcasing one such service called Leeds Bridal. A family run business with an eye for detail and a flair for design, how exactly does this service work?
Well it all begins with a free no obligation consultation where your design ideas (if you have any). if not then you will be given lots of images and fabric bolts for inspiration, from the world’s best silk to stunning vintage lace all the way to beautiful replicas.
A design will be sketched up and 30 unique measurements taken. This is where the vision starts; with all the measurements a dress can be created that is for no one in the world except you.
With all of this information, a quote is provided for your dream dress.
Rather than go through the whole process, which you can find here, I thought it would be good to see exactly what has been created for real brides, so over to Leeds Bridal for a little bit of bridal insight….
Neena came to us looking for a simple but perfectly fitted dress featuring an elegant lace. As Neena was getting married in Santorini, Greece, it was important to find a lace and silk that would be suitable for the weather, comfortable for a long day and gorgeous for the photographs. Working with Neena was wonderful, her stunning skin and tiny frame looked perfect in the dress. The photographs literally took our breath away.
Eve came to us after having tried on many dresses and struggled to find one that suited her petite frame. Being just under 5 foot, she found that the bridal world just didn’t cater for her. Eve knew what she wanted, a lace, 50’s style dress, with a satin sash that she could attach a vintage brooch to. Bringing this dress to life to feature beautiful pleating to the skirt to give it that iconic 50’s kick and understated elegance with the lace was a real joy for us. The sleeves were always going to be an optional addition, we started with simple straps but we all (Eve’s Mum, her bridesmaid Louise and Jackie, the mother-in-law to be, as well as the LB team!) agreed that lace sleeves would finish the dress perfectly. We’re so pleased we could achieve Eve’s dream dress and prove that petite brides shouldn’t ever compromise.
So if you fancy something a little bit more bespoke and very much you on your wedding day, why not get in touch……Bye for now, Jenny.
Are you planning on sticking to tradition when it comes to who will give you away on your wedding day, or will you be flouting tradition and doing it your way? If you really have no idea what to do, if you are worried about offending anyone or if your modern family is just too damn complicated, then maybe today’s infographic by Australian Wedding Photographer, Peter Edwards Photography, will give you a helping hand….
Today we have a post from brand new online Bridal accessory Shop, Peppermint Bridal. I found her story really interesting and her product range is extensive and beautiful, and for someone who is all about the online shopping experience, this really resonated with me. So over to Sarahjane to tell you more about it……
Freesia head dress by Rainbow Club
I decided to set up Peppermint Bridal whilst I was searching for accessories whilst on my own bridal journey. I found that when I went into some wedding shops the wedding accessories were not given the same focus as the dress. I remember going into one bridal shop with my Maid of Honour and tried on wedding dresses and the bridal assistants were lovely. On a second visit I wanted to try on veils and tiaras and a different assistant to when I had first visited, couldn’t give me the time of day. I had found a tiara I liked but I couldn’t afford to order it that day as I didn’t have the money and I also did not live in the county. I had asked if she could write down the code so I could call over the phone to order it and she wouldn’t write it down. The assistant told me she thought I would go and buy it online anyway. It made me feel very discouraged and offended. To me the accessories are the finishing touch to the bridal look and really enhance how you feel in your wedding dress and are a special part of the day – your wedding day is the only day you will wear a veil or such a special head piece.
Verona Veil by Rainbow Club
Topolino veil by Rainbow Club