image credit Tlg Design wedding stationery nottingham
FEATURED

If you don’t do etiquette in your daily life, there’s really no need to suddenly start doing it in your wedding invitations. Unless you’re the Queen. Have you ever “requested the pleasure of the company of” any of your friends before? No! Because they’d look at you all weird. Now isn’t the time to start… there’s a billion better ways to word your wedding invites!

Gracefully asking your guests to join you on your wedding day is the goal. Your invitations should make your guests smile (not yawn; not skim read to the best bits) and have them looking forward to your big day. Beautiful design goes a long way – and throwing in some personal touches makes any wedding invite unique and special.

FEATURED

As micro weddings settle into all of our future plans, we’re loving the creative suppliers out there working hard to show how beautiful they can be. Lovely Tania from Hire Societies has been inspiring and reassuring couples on her instagram over recent months with some fabulous ideas for micro weddings. I’m thrilled to be sharing this inspiration from Tania and a lovely bunch of creatives today!
With love,
“english

Modern intimate wedding styling inspiration from Slindon House, image credit Kelsie Scully (15)

I wanted the table to be full of flowers and decor which is an upcoming trend for 2021 ‘Grand-Millennium’. I wanted to empathize with texture and pattern but still keeping it modern and chic.