It feels like a while since I shared some pictures from weddings around the blog world that I find inspiring. If you’re new to the blog you’ll find out I’m all about down-to-earth weddings, those that looks beautiful but not because they’ve had tons of money thrown at them or are totally over-done in details.
There is just something about certain weddings that captures me for their simplicity and what I can only imagine is a trueness to the couple getting married. I loved this rustic American camp wedding, not only because of the beautiful setting – and I’m delighted that we’re getting more venues like this in the UK – but there is this ‘feel’ to this wedding that is very genuine.
I have been overwhelmed from the support and kind words I have received following Thursday’s post ‘when imitation is not the sincerest form of flattery.’ Out of something bad, such kindness has come.
I will make sure to get back to everyone who has left a comment or emailed me with regards to that post, I’m just a bit snowed under adding all the finishing details to my new website – to be re-launched next week!
In the meantime, I wanted to make it quite clear that I am 100% happy for all brides-to-be out there who have been inspired or made their own versions of our wedding stationery. In no way was that post about copying aimed at you, I am utterly delighted that you think my wedding stationery was nice enough to be reinterpreted for your own weddings. It was only in the context of going on to sell it (and my artwork), as the unnamed business did.
Once again, thank you all so much. It is heartening to know there are so many lovely people in the world.
Happy Bonfire Night!
The problem with weddings is there’s just too much choice. Just when I think I’ve seen the most lovely weddings, inspiration or ideas, and along comes another utterly gorgeous one. Full of simple, easy-to-recreate ideas – like those tin cans full of woodland flowers and grasses.
More of those burnt amber coloured glasses bottles (like these ones) filled with grasses and dried lavender. The added touch of the mossy branch reflects the beautiful woodland setting.
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