Hey there beautiful! Aren’t you so glad it’s the weekend? We’re heading to Media City for a night out but first I have to share some really beautiful and thought provoking wedding loveliness with you all! Our lovely friends and blog sponsors The Hampshire Wedding Club have such a gorgeous and inspiring blog going – if you’re getting hitched in or near Hampshire, then please do check them out – they’re a wonderful bunch of talented wedding creatives who’ve joined forces to inspire your best day ever.
Emily and Boon’s Winchester College wedding is breathtaking, with pops of colour from the loveliest florals in this magnificent venue. Visit the Hampshire Wedding Club’s journal to see all their images by Cooper Photography, the bride’s dress from Pronovias and flowers by Jenni Bloom. Sam Sham did Emily’s beautiful wedding makeup.
With delicate florals from Garden Inn, a super soft colour palette and a beautiful Stephanie Allin dress, Jemma and Chris’s Horsebridge Station wedding ticks all of our best boxes! Visit the Hampshire Wedding Club’s journal to see all their images by Cooper Photography. Make up artist – Lucy Houghton // Caterer – McCrimmon AND Reid
Everyone in the Hampshire Wedding Club is very excited about next weekends The Wonderous Wedding Fair. The Portsmouth based wedding show for the style-savvy couple is on Sunday 28th of October – ie tomorrow! – and lovely Tasha from HWC will be there! You’ll also be treated to stylish, unique and quirky inspiration from over 40 exceptional suppliers.
MINDFULNESS FOR BRIDES (extract)
By Naomi Light, Transformational Life Coach on The Hampshire Wedding Club Blog
“The engagement period in your life is like no other. It is a unique combination of exquisiteness and extreme pressure. At no other time that I can think of are the extremes of experience combined quite like they are in those months leading up to the Big Day. On the one hand the delicious imaginings of celebration and dresses and friends with champagne. On the other the wranglings over details and budgets and family fall-outs. The mounting pressure of ‘will we get it all done?’, ‘will the flowers wilt?’, ‘will my heels get stuck in the mud’, ‘will the best man remember the rings?’ can be completely terrifying…”