Happy Friday everyone and welcome to the last wedding of the week. Are you looking...
As we reach the mid-point of the week, I am already looking forward to the weekend, how about you? Today we are heading across to Essex for this beautiful Gaynes Park Wedding, courtesy of Ilaria Petrucci. Emily and Thomas chose a pretty pastel theme for their day, mixed in with a few bohemian accents and the results are this gorgeous, laid back day filled with amazing flowers and pretty details. I just love Emily’s hair at the end of the day, her flowing blond locks look amazing against the low sunlight.
Emily and Thomas were married on the 26th March 2017 at Gaynes Park in Essex. ‘We loved the fact it was all in one place but in different locations. The wedding in the orangery, the reception in the mill Barn and then the evening food in the gather barn. We also both loved the accommodation and the beautiful long walk and walled gardens. It was everything all rolled into one. We had 78 guests and the wedding took 16 months to plan.’
In a digital world where there is information flying at your from all angles, it’s easy to get confused or overwhelmed with what to expect about your wedding. The dos and don’ts, should and must haves are always different for people and so there are lots of opinions to wade through whilst doing your research! So today, we have invited one of our in-house wedding experts to shed some light and do some myth busting! Carmela Weddings are here this afternoon with some absolutely brilliant advice, so make sure you read this before getting carried away elsewhere!
Whether you’ve just bagged the bling or if you’re in the middle of wedding planning, you’ll discover tonnes of wedding myths that can leave you feeling overwhelmed, out-of-depth or downright confused. But don’t fret, ladies! We’re here to debunk those wedding myths so that you can get on with planning your wedding day, your way…
2) Many people say that one year is the perfect amount of time to plan your wedding day, but in reality, there is no ideal amount of time to plan your wedding nor is there the right amount of money to spend – you’ve got to do what suits you!
3) On the other hand, you’ll hear lots of people saying “It’s your day”. While it definitely is your day, and it should reflect both you and your hubby or wife-to-be, make sure you take into account your friends and family. Many guests will be travelling hundreds of miles and forking out money for accommodation and new outfits, because they want to spend the day celebrating with you. So, consider timings, food and entertainment when it comes to your guests to ensure they’re happy.
We are back today with another beautiful real wedding. Like Friday this wedding sees us head off to sunny Spain for this stunning Spanish Wedding. It is a laid back day but filled with gorgeous loose decoration with pops of pink and red, which work perfectly against the greenery and foliage. Mireia and Arthur also had the most gorgeous first look, which was then followed by some beautiful portrait shots. An outdoor ceremony and the most amazing wedding food, top off this fabulous wedding which takes place at Lindos Huéspedes in Gerona and has been captured beautifully by Sara Lobla.
Good morning everyone! Welcome to Monday, I do hope you had a wonderful weekend! I had an amazing week off work, catching up with friends and family and spending some quality and much-needed timed with Nik and Dexter. I’m now back and ready to face a fantastic week of planning and preparation for something BIG we have planned here on the blog. Today I am delighted to introduce you to these beautiful stationery suites from the highly talented Alison Boote! A fantastic graphic designer, Alison’s beautiful paperie is classic and utterly gorgeous and I know you are just going to love her work.
Welcome to the weekend everyone! I hope you are forecast good weather, its about time August picked up! I’m hoping to get out to the Peaks this weekend, so fingers crossed! It’s time for this week’s edition of Boho Pins where Kelly and I choose our favourite pins of the week from the wedding world and Boho boards. This week’s theme is wedding favours and honestly, the options are just endless! No, they’re not entirely necessary (controversial opinion alert) but if you want to add a little special touch to your day by providing guests with a thank you, make it personal and something they will treasure or have fun with!
Image Source – donuts, who doesn’t love a donut! I’m pretty sure all your guests will love them.