It all started in Rye for WWW readers Jenny and Chris who tied the knot on the 28th June 2014. As Chris popped the question in the quaint seaside town, a new favourite spot for me after I visited at the end of last year. So you just know that this is one super stylish pair who have a keen eye for location. This is where The Barbican comes in, with it’s conservatory setting in the capital it was the perfect choice.
They had a vision of a colourful modern day with Art Deco touches. Vintage posters and Jenny’s bridal look gave a fashionable nod to the era. Talking of Jenny’s bridal look; it was divine. With 1920s style make up, a curled bob hair style, a striking dress by Temperley and gorgeous accessories.
Thanks so much to Story Wedding Photography for sharing such lovely images this afternoon.
Tags: Art Deco Wedding, City Wedding, Glitzy Secrets, Lily Bella, London Wedding, Modern Wedding Ideas, Multicolour Wedding Ideas, Real Weddings, Story Wedding Photography, Temperley Wedding Dress, The Barbican Wedding, Topshop Bridesmaids, Vowed & Amazed
WWW readers Victoria and Jim were married on the 6th September 2014 at the Barley Town House in Hertfordshire. They hoped for a relaxed wedding, from stress free planning to a big party to celebrate. On a budget of £7500 they DIYed much of their colourful rustic day.
I so love the hessian table runners, heart book art, pom poms and bunting. Then of course there were the flowers, statement Sunflowers and Daisies were used throughout which looked so very pretty. Victoria donned a beautiful flower crown and statement necklace which worked perfectly with her Pronovias Nerga gown.
Thanks today goes to Grace and the Heart for sharing such wonderful images to pore over.
Tags: Barley Town House Wedding, Blue Wedding Ideas, Budget Wedding, DIY Wedding, Flower Crown, Grace and the Heart Photography, Hertfordshire Wedding, Pronovias Wedding Dress, Real Weddings, Yellow Wedding Ideas
The photo booth has become a party must have. The ultimate selfie machine, creating the perfect celebration atmosphere amongst your guests.
This afternoon I introduce you to London and Birmingham based Showtime Photo Booth who have a super stylish booth ready and waiting for your wedding reception.
Hi Monica, could you firstly tell WWW readers a little bit about you?
I’m Monica from Showtime Photo Booth. I have two white cats that make wearing anything black really difficult, and can never stop doing things for long enough to let my nail polish dry properly.
What do you love/dislike about your job?
I love meeting and talking to people, and due to the nature of the job I go to a lot of fun events – not just weddings, but all kinds of parties and corporate experientials, and the people you meet at these kinds of things are almost always happy! It’s lovely to work in a positive environment all the time, and actually be a part of creating that atmosphere.
How did you get into the wedding industry?
We had seen the concept of a party photo booth a few years ago while in the USA at a corporate event, and fell in love with the idea of bringing our own spin on it to the UK. Initially, the majority of our clients were corporate, but we branched out into weddings after a friend asked if they could have our booth at their wedding, and it was a huge success! Their guests loved it and the couple had an amazing collection of pictures of their friends and family all relaxed and being silly to look back on.
What do you aim to achieve for your clients?
In the simplest of terms, our product is about making memories, so our aim is to make sure the memories we help create are good ones. We work with our clients and couples to really make sure we feel part of their team, and are committed to pulling through under any circumstances to make their event special. (more…)
You may remember Kayleigh and Andrew from when I featured their sweet engagement shoot back in July. Well they are back here today to share their utterly blissful summers day wedding.
I can almost feel the warm sunshine on my skin in these images, guests with their shoes off bathing in the light with lemonade in hand. It really was the perfect July wedding.
There were the most gorgeous blooms, pretty details and stylish attire too. With mismatched bridesmaids, a lace Allure Bridals dress and Andrew donning a dapper waistcoat.
Thanks goes to the brilliant Gemma Williams Photography for sharing her photographs this morning.
Tags: Allurre Bridals Wedding Dress, Gemma Williams Photography, Glangrwyney Court Wedding, Mismatched Bridesmaids, Pink Wedding Ideas, Real Weddings, Summer Wedding Ideas, Wales Wedding
Morning lovelies :-)
It’s been a while since I have shared a little of our home make over. I have shared with you W’s nursery (take a peek here), so I thought it about time we show you A’s room.
Our wonderful little boy is 5 now and loves aeroplanes, Lego, cars, football and so much more. You will see a nod to this in his room. He is lucky to have a large room which we wanted to feel bright airy and timeless. We also wanted as much floor space as possible to give him play space, hence the cabin bed with cube storage we popped underneath. Storage wise he also has a great build in cupboard, we kept it as fellow parents know you need as much storage as possible with little people.
With white walls and grey carpets which match the rest of the house we threw in some fun elements. The sweet pictures and world map wall sticker, the Lego head and the cute fabric for the curtains.
Anyway here are a few snaps of our sweet boy’s room…