This is all TOO beautiful. If you’re here, then you’re so lucky to be reading the English Wedding Blog on what must be our most amazing month ever. (And I’ve been blogging here for… ooh a very long 82 whole months now!) Seriously – this is one of the loveliest weddings yet: full of ideas, amazingly pretty and beautifully photographed.
Every word handwritten…
Printed wedding stationery doesn’t necessarily mean mass produced, but you definitely get a very special personal touch when you hire a calligrapher for your wedding.
90% of what I do here in my little studio is by hand, one letter at a time, with an element of alchemy in mixing inks and choosing papers where they’ll sit just so… and every morning when I sit at my desk I fall back in love with my work.
1. If you haven’t done it on the day, or you’ve forgotten something, it probably wasn’t that important and so don’t spend your day worrying about it. Make sure you benefit from all of your hard work!
2. Be philosophical about the details, as much as every detail may have seemed important in the planning, in the grand scheme of the day you will get caught up in the moment and things will inevitably be overlooked. If there are details that really matter to you both, entrust them to someone else, don’t try to do them yourself on the day.