Now I have to be honest…we’re not really ‘flower’ people. Sure, I like receiving flowers as much as the next person but for the wedding we knew that we didn’t want flowers on the tables or anything like that, it was all about the candles.
Wow, this is my first Monday Musing in my thirties! I’ve had weeks of fun: just laughing and celebrating with the people that I love. I had a wonderful birthday last weekend – it started with cocktails
I knew a few things when it came to planning our wedding…. I knew it would be Winter, I knew it would be glamorous, I knew we would eat the best food possible and I knew I would wear fabulous shoes! Without knowing my dress, my bridesmaid colours or even my venue,
Mr C’s birthday was wonderful, I got him a lovely card – ok so I didn’t exactly buy it….or have time to go card shopping but how many people can say they received a card with a photo of them on the front? Surely that is as personal as it gets?!
Good afternoon readers, now where did I get up to? Ah yes…so we’re in the final bridal shop and I’m looking at the nice but quite frankly boring and un-jess-like dress having tried them all when Chris (the shop owner) brings out the ugly one I saw at the wedding fayre,
What a week! As you may have noticed, this week we published part one of choosing the dress experience, the blog has been going mental and it’s the most popular wedding-related blog we have ever featured, thousands of readers are logging on and emailing me their
So…it’s the one people keep asking for “when are you going to write about the dress?!” I bought my wedding dress a year ago this week! Here is the write-up and it’s a two part article as I have a LOT to say with many pictures!
We, or namely I, decided in line with our vintage glamour theme and old school Hollywood feel,it would be nice to have a registry office ceremony. This was good for a few reasons: it was authentic, it was affordable and it wasn’t overly scary