It’s the final set of images from the WWW editorial for you this afternoon. I am so proud of this creative shoot that came together with some incredible wedding suppliers.
The last instalment focuses on model Kirsty. Kirsty had three looks on the day, all encompassing a beautiful rustic dreamy feel.
Lisa Alger at Essex Wedding Beauty told me how she created Kirsty’s first look;
“For Kirsty’s first look I created an intricate plait by incorporating a few different braiding techniques and combining them together. We then added lots of foliage to the plait to stay in keeping with the theme.
I used shades of pink for Kirsty’s first makeup look, using the new Urban Decay Naked 3 palette and ‘Pale Mauve’ lipstick by Bobbi Brown.”
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Any wedding which has a bride and groom dancing in Lego heads has automatic cool status in my eyes. YES.
WWW readers Sarah and Andrew tied the knot on the 7th June 2014 at Nettlestead Place in Kent. They envisioned a colourful, relaxed and unforgettable wedding day. I soo love the colourful theme, complete with rainbow cake, statement bold bunting and vibrant lush blooms.
Sarah looked effortlessly beautiful in Priscilla by Ronald Joyce, with flowers in her pretty up do and blue shoes to complete her look. Andrew donned a Next suit while the girls looked pretty in Ted Baker. So much fun.
Thanks goes to the marvellous Photography by Vicki for providing these images today.
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I think this may be the first room of our renovated home I have shown you. Quite fitting that I am sharing finally as it’s a year since we started overhauling our little house.
Baby W’s nursery was a real labour of love for me. Our little rainbow baby just had to have a rainbow multicoloured room, to which I wanted to add some home made pieces.
We knew we were expecting a boy, but I wanted a mismatched colourful feel instead of going pure blue. He even has a touch of pink in there hehe :-) W is 6 weeks old already and I only just got around to taking snaps. He won’t be using his nursery for a few months yet, but he already seems memorised by his surroundings when we go in there.
The nursery furniture used to be A’s and the white walls and grey carpets were put in place a year ago now. So we had the perfect blank canvas to begin with. I had already started my rainbow crochet blanket, which became the inspiration for the rest of the room. I hope you like it…
International Saturday’s just don’t get better than this.
A barefoot bride, one super beautiful farm setting and a family inspired homely day.
Jessica and Derick wanted an individual day with their personality stamped all over their wedding. There were gorgeous florals, stylish attire and big smiles all round. LOVE.
Thanks so very much to the supremely talented Jack & Hannah Film & Photography for sharing their images today.
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It’s the perfect way to bring in the weekend – WWW real bride Kirsty’s wedding reception. YAY.
Kirsty and Steve created a wedding full of personality and love. From the tin flower arrangements created by Kirsty to the James Bond details and lawn games; every single detail was super thoughtful. There were happy memories created in the gardens, scrummy ice cream and stylish stationery. All so perfect. And Kirsty’s advice for other couples is spot on.
Thanks so much again to Sue Kwiatkowska for providing the images today.
THE FLOWERS | I had originally planned on doing all the flowers myself but once we saw our venue had a beautiful arch, I knew I couldn’t do it justice! So we had the lovely India Burrill who designed the arch, my bouquet, the bridesmaid’ and buttonholes. I couldn’t have been happier, I loved the flowers so much I barely put my bouquet down and never ended up throwing it as I didn’t want to damage it. It know takes pride of place dried in our living room!
I wanted to do some of the flowers myself as I’ve always enjoyed flower arranging and ended up doing all the table flowers in vintage tins we collected from car boots. It was so nice as on the evening prior to the wedding, practically all the women in my family rallied in the big dining room of the mansion we were staying in to help create the centrepieces I had practised so many times and I wads so pleased with them! Thank you ladies ☺
THE DETAILS & DÉCOR | Along with the James Bond themes seating plan and table packs, we had some garden games to play, a photo corner with props, a tombola for our favours featuring my dad’s homemade lemon vodka!
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