Today we have a real wedding dress treat for you from those lovely ladies at House of Mooshki. House of Mooshki are wonderful UK based wedding gown designers, who specialise in tea length dresses as well a full on wedding gowns. Form Vintage to Gothic, anything goes and every bride is given the chance to wear her dream dress on her special day. I just love these dresses and I know you will to.
‘Vintage inspired wedding dress designers specialising in bespoke and custom wedding dresses, bridal gowns from tea and calf lengths through to gothic’
‘We are here to help each of our brides develop the wedding dress of their dreams. Our design team has years of bridal experience and we love nothing more than the excitement of developing a new design. Although some people may take inspiration from some of our own collection, they always personalise their dress so that it is truly unique.’
We asked House Of Mooshki to tell us a little more about their 2016 collection
Who are House of Mooshki? and where are you based?
We are Olivia Wright – Creative Director and Designer and Vikki McCarthy Managing Director. HQ in the north east of England (Vikki), Design Studio in London (Olivia) (more…)
Today on the blog I am delighted as it’s our very own Kelly C and her truly talented husband Paul from Paul Joseph Photography who are sharing one of their gorgeous weddings with us. Lizzie and Andy held a true Yorkshire wedding in a gorgeous village hall which looks like so much fun, and by all accounts from Kelly it was one of her favourite weddings of last year. Both Lizzie and Andy look like so much fun, so many smiles and so much love in abundance. Paul and Kelly have done a wonderful job as ever in capturing this day so beautifully, a wonderful addition to any wedding if you decided to book them for your big day, they really are bloody good at their job!
‘A fantastic Yorkshire themed village hall wedding with beautiful handmade touches’
Lizzie and Andy were married on 11th October 2014 at St.Edwards King RC Church and the reception was held at Thorner Victory Hall in Thorner.
How did you choose your photographer
Paul Joseph Photography photographed Lizzie’s sisters wedding and they loved the images!
I am such a fan of pretty fabrics. There isn’t a day where I am not looking over the internet at fabric, cushions and such. There is a beautiful old mill around 3 miles away from where I live that has the most beautiful fabric stalls, I can often be found here when I have a free hour or two. For me, today’s DIY post is perfect. These Fabric hoops would look fantastic in any home, as a wedding decoration or even a wedding favour. They look so beautiful, unique and Jenny from Zazzle has provided all the information and easy instructions on how to make your very own Colection of Fabric Hoops.
Jenny from Zazzle tells us more about the Fabric Hoops
Outside Spring is in full swing, but I looked at my apartment this weekend and it looked barren.
For a little refresh, I decided to give my living room a makeover with one of the easiest DIY wall treatments ever. Using Zazzle’s new custom fabric and a few inexpensive supplies, I spruced up my walls in a fun and kitschy way, in less than an hour.
If you’re looking to brighten up drab walls for Spring, this project may be the solution to a happy, creative space.
Happy Monday everyone and how are you all today? I do hope you all had a lovely weekend and managed to enjoy the sunshine? We have some fab weddings for you this week I just know you are going to love them, starting off with this gorgeous wedding set in a Railway Museum in East Anglia. It was sent into me by Matthew Long Photography and it really is beautiful. With a venue so unique as this one, there really is no need for much decoration, the venue and what it lays on itself is enough. With a miniature train as entertainment and the brides very own vintage ice cream van this wedding looks like loads of fun for all the guests. I just know you are going to love it.
‘It was out of this world. It was a beautiful day filled with lots of happy moments and memories to last a lifetime’
Brigitte and Rob were married on 21st June 2014. The Ceremony was held at St Barnabas Church, Chappel the canapés were enjoyed at The Swan in Chappel and the reception was held at the East Anglian Railway Museum again in Chappel. ‘We spent a lot of time trying to find a wedding venue and although we had a look at a couple that were absolutely beautiful they didn’t quite feel right for us. We discovered we could hold our reception at The Railway Museum in our village and after a quick look round we realised it was perfect and booked it straight away. We were lucky to be able to book the local church too so we were able to marry in the village we had bought our house together in and now called home. We had 50 guests all day followed by an additional 50 evening guests. The wedding took 11 months to plan.’
Happy Sunday everyone, and how are you all today? I do hope you are having a good weekend? Mine has been lovely. Nik, Dexter and I have been in Chester since Friday visiting my good friend Becky, she is also Dexter’s godmother. It has been lovely spending some time with her and her lovely family, chilling out, eating, drinking and taking Dexter to Chester Zoo, which he LOVED! It’s been lovely for Becky to spend some time with Dexter as well. It seems to have been a week of making plans and appointments, lots to get done before we go on holiday in 3 weeks time! And lots of dreaming and scheming to do for the blog between Kelly C and myself, so watch this space!
Now though it’s time to put your feet up, sit back and enjoy this weeks Best Bits, my weekly round up of the best the wedding world has to offer.
I just love this weeks wedding of the week, the location is just stunning, the outside wedding ceremony is just beautiful and the reception area is equally as gorgeous. With a wonderful collection of details and decorations, along with a very handsome bridal party, this wedding really does have it all. Found via Green Wedding Shoes, Photo by Jaime and Chase Photography.
Whimsical Ranch Wedding – From Green Wedding Shoes
Easy Clay Votive DIY – From A Beautiful Mess
DIY Dyed Muslin Bags – From Style me Pretty Living
DIY Baby’s Breath Floral Crown – Love and Lavender
DIY Paper Flowers – From BijouBride
Eye Manicure DIY – From A Beautiful Mess
DIY Felt Rose Napkin – From B.Loved
Rustic Wedding Sign – From Boho Weddings
Gio and Omar – From Daniel Aguilar
Riviera Maya Wedding – From Fer Juaristi
Brighton Wedding – From Devlin Photos
Olivia and Adrian – From Our Labour of Love
Jewish Wedding in London – From Polly Alexandre Photography
Sam and Scott LA Wedding – From Tyler Branch Photo
Mountain Goat Madness in Melbourne – From Tod Hunter McGaw
Miriam and Sam – From Samm Blake
It’s finally the weekend. How are you all? I am hoping the weather stays nice so we are able to enjoy the weekend as much as we can. I am having a huge spring clear out, we have so much clutter in the house. I am then spending the rest of the weekend working and making time for Fearne and Paul. Is anyone attending a wedding this weekend? I hope you have fun whatever plans you have.
Anyway, back with todays regular Saturday feature, our Top 10 pins of the week. Kelly H and my favourite picks from accross the intenet. I hope you like our selection.
So here is a selection of our top 10 pins of the week……………..
IMAGE SOURCE – This looks like heaven on a plate
IMAGE SOURCE – Strawberry mascarpone mini trifles: layers of lady finger biscuits with strawberries and creamy honey mascarpone. – amazing desert, perfect for a summer wedding and they look so cute. (more…)