I wanted to do a round up of the lovelinesss that has been featured on Bridal Musings since it launched just last week!
Thank you to the following creative, talented and all round lovely people who have been so kind as to share their fabulous work and get Bridal Musings off to a very chic start indeed.
Shaneen Rosewarne Cox shared her stunning, edgy, Rock The Dress Shoot full of cool props and a very unique location! Click here to see the original post.
Jane and Albhie from ‘Pretty as a Picture’ shared the creative process they used to design a unique letterpress invitation suite for a chic, eclectic New York wedding. Here’s my favourite image…I love a good sketch! Click here to see the full post.
Rupert Ward Lewis took part in the first ever Glimpse Behind the Lens Q&A on Bridal Musings (many more to come!) and he also shared one of his breath-takingly beautiful wedding films with us. Click here to see the full post.
A New Week Begins…
If you thought this week was good, just wait till you see what I’ve got lined up for next week:
♥ A Q&A with an up and coming Canadian photographer who also happens to be a cake maker extraordinaire! Get ready for inspirational photos of super cute, creative cakes and LOTs of dreamy, beautiful, inspirational wedding photography.
♥ Also I’ll be sharing my top tips and online tools for creating your own inspiration boards (they’re not just for bloggers you know!) as well as sharing the next part of our wedding story ‘The Amalfi Proposal’.
♥ Not to mention a Q&A with a truly fabulous UK photographer, who will also be sharing lots of her gorgeous REAL WEDDING PHOTOS on the blog yippee!
It’s going to be immense.
Have a great weekend! (Don’t forget it’s Sunday Beauty School on the blog tomorrow! This week beauty therapist, Chantal, advises us on the best ways to take care of our skin.)
ps. I’m off to the Save the Date Wedding Fair tomorow with my lovely new blogging buddy, Lizzie, from Times Two Hearts Blog so will have lots of beautiful stuff to report on next week! If you see me there do come and say hi, I’d love to meet you. (I’ll be the one spending too much money over at the Not on the High Street stand!)