And so it was June! I had a lovely week off with my boys for half term and we packed in so much. G had a couple of days off work too and we headed on some exciting excursions with A and W. We visited my brother at uni in Oxford, I have never been and I just loved it. I think the highlight for me was the Bodleian Library and seeing where Harry Potter was filmed. We also had a walk around a local stately home gardens and did a spot of gardening. On the bank holiday Monday we went to Kew Gardens, another first, and it was a really lovely way to spend a couple of hours. Finally before G went back to work, the boys were eager for a bike ride and of course we obliged. It was great to have some fun family time together.
We also had our new garage door fitted this month, it’s been a long time in the making, but it has really smartened up the front of the house. We had some lovely family get togethers for birthdays and Father’s Day a couple of weeks back. The weekend just gone, we had A at cub camp and W had a sleepover, so G and I had an extremely rare day and evening together. We popped to Cambridge for a mooch, before having dinner at our fave pub and enjoying the balmy light evening with a walk around our village… perfect! I even managed to get my hair cut last week, I went for a big chop for a real freshen up, which is just what I needed!
Anyway, back to all things weddings. Did you see the fabulous Andrea Hawkes 2020 collection we featured back in April? I am still swooning over those gowns. I’d definitely recommend checking them out if you are on the search for the dress of dreams!
Wedding of the Week
Moody Romance + Vintage Elements Made for an Epic Three-Day Camp Wedding // Amazing location!
Supplier Love News
WWW fave and Supplier Love members, Grace Loves Lace has launched ‘La Bamba’ – the Australian bridal brand’s most exciting collection to date…
The ‘La Bamba’ campaign, inspired by the famous song and dance, features 13 new gowns alongside an exclusive range of apparel, jewellery and accessories – designed for celebration and movement.
Founder and Creative Director Megan Ziems said the new collection is marked by metallic laces and burnout silks designed in-house, alongside the brand’s first silk gown capsule – all in comfortable fits and playful silhouettes constructed with dancing in mind.
The gowns – which range from $1900 to under $4000 – are now available to order on the Grace Loves Lace website and at the brand’s five international showrooms, including its newest designer suite in Dallas, Texas.
Happy wedding Wednesday xo Lou