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Happy Monday everyone, I do hope you have had a lovely weekend? Mine was amazing; we spent it at Gloworm festival in Nottingham, a family friendly festival FULL of stuff to do for children, Dexter had a ball! It’s now back to work and ready for another fun packed week on the blog before I go away on my holidays next week. Today we are lucky enough to have the gorgeous wedding of Nicki and Deej. This fun loving couple had an awesome wedding filled with so many homemade projects. All Their friends and family got stuck in and helped them pull the wedding together and the results are this amazing looking wedding, complete with delicious food, amazing decor, fun filled entertainment and of course this loved up couple. Such a fab day, and look at that glorious sunshine! Amazing. Big thanks to Emily and Steve Photographers for the lovely images.
Nicki and Deej were married on 22nd June 2019 at Little Orchard, Lymington, Hampshire. ‘We always knew we wanted to get married outdoors and Nicki’s best friend Camille’s beautiful family home was somewhere Nicki spent a lot of time growing up, plus they always throw the best parties! When we got engaged Camille’s parents offered for us to have the wedding there straight away and how could we say no, we had 150 guests. It took one year (but eleven Pinterest years in the making for Nicki)’
If you were checking out my social yesterday you would have seen that I gave you a sneak peak of some rather delicious wedding dresses. Rue De Seine have to be up there in my top 3 wedding dress designers, I just adore their stunning designs, and I often feature Boho brides in my real weddings wearing these beautiful gowns. Which is why I am so delighted to be one of the first to showcase the stunning new collection from them. ‘Moonrise Canyon’ is a collection of some of the finest gowns I have seen in a long time, Rue De Seine have not disappointed! Don’t take my word for it though have a look for yourself……
Happy Friday everyone, I hope you are all well and happy and have had a wonderful week so far! For me it’s the weekend as I have today off to look after Dexter. As it’s so rainy we are off to the cinema this morning and then meeting up with a few friends this afternoon. And then this evening I will be getting myself ready for the weekend as we are all off to Gloworm festival in Nottingham. Gloworm is a festival specifically for children, we’ve been for the past two years and we have had a fantastic time, so I’m hoping this year will be just as good. Dexter is super excited and I have the face glitter at the ready! For now though, it’s on with today’s wedding and it’s the turn of Danielle and Rick and their elegant and modern New York Wedding courtesy of Ayres Photography.
Danielle and Rick were married on 2nd September 2018. ‘The ceremony was held at The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum on North Street in Buffalo, NY and the reception at The Lafayette – The Greenhouse Room – Downtown Buffalo, NY.Both of us are from Buffalo and we wanted our wedding locations to be in the city. We love the history and architecture in Buffalo and wanted to have our wedding in locations that embodied that. Our reception was at the Hotel at the Lafayette. Their Greenhouse Room has such a beautiful, rustic backdrop so we knew we wouldn’t have to do a ton to get the overall look we wanted. The ceremony location at the Karpeles Manuscript museum was the same way. We loved the ceilings, columns, and woodwork of the location already so we didn’t have to do much of anything to have the backdrop we wanted. We had 145 guests and it took 18 months to plan.’
Today I am taking you off to the gorgeous South West of France for this delicate, romantic and bohemian inspired country wedding, courtesy of Marie Marry Me. Sandra and Bruno were looking for a rustic chic wedding venue that gave them the country laid back vibe. They found in Mas du Juge. The whole day is ethereal, whimsical and totally dreamy. With pale whites and creams, for a natural relaxed look, the splashes of colour in the flowers, add just enough of a contrast. This whole wedding is fun and filled with smiles, especially from the number of children. Everyone looks super stylish, yet laid back at the same time. Enjoy!
Sandra and Bruno were married on 29th June 2019 at Moulin des Rosiers (South west of France) ‘We were looking for rustic chic wedding, and we wanted a country house where kids could play and all the guests could enjoy some live music, a handmade ice-cream corner, etc. Like a summer party with friends and family. I love florals, and definitely wanted this organic and natural side in our celebration. Something chic, but bohemian. Something that really inspired me is the work of Davis Hamilton. We had 120 guests including children, and it took a year more or less to plan.’
Happy Wednesday everyone and how is your week going so far? I’ve already had one day off this week and another one on Friday, so I am having a lovey time enjoying the summer holidays! Today we are off to Leeds for this gorgeous Christmas wedding, classic and modern with a big old party to celebrate. Sarah and Matt didn’t want a run of the mill wedding, so they opted for Northern Monk Brewery which gave them the urban warehouse feel that they were looking for. They filled the day with seasonal flowers and subtle Christmas decor, along with a great selection of food and drinks, including tequila and cocktails and then continued to party into the night. Photography by Charli was there to capture the day beautifully for us.
Sarah and Matt were married on 29th December 2018 at Double Tree, Granary Wharf Reception Northern Monk Brewery, Leeds. ‘We didn’t want a traditional wedding – just wanted a relaxed space where we could do what we wanted. Although I’m originally from Leeds, we live in East London now and Northern Monk reminds us of the warehouse spaces down there. Also, Matt loves craft beer and who wouldn’t want a ‘piss up in a brewery’ as the location for their wedding! We had 100 guest and it took 6 months to plan.’