When Katie started planning for her and Keth’s wedding she immediately went to Pinterest (obviously!) and was so inspired and filled with ideas for their special day, luckily Keth was quite the woodworker and managed to DIY their own card box, a wine holder guest book, all the signs for the wedding and even learned calligraphy to address the wedding invitations and hand written place cards! Talk about putting your own personal touch to your wedding, Katie and Keth nailed it!
When these talented suppliers from Ontario got together their vision was clear, they wanted to create a romantic and rustic styled shoot with a beautiful whimsical undertone. Blush pinks, whites, creams and a splash of gold were the colours chosen to create a perfectly pretty, feminine vibe and today we get to say hello to their blushing bride…
Happy Tuesday Everyone! I hope you have all got off to a great start to the week! Today we have something extraordinarily beautiful for you to swoon over. This shoot is perfect for those of you who find inspiration in nature and have a touch of rustic flare. With olive trees, lemons and lavender being prominent throughout this shoot I can only imagine how sensational the aromas were, I just wish I could have been there. One can but dream!!!
Here is stylist Katie Baxendale to tell us more…
My gosh didn’t we ever fall in love when we saw Katy and Gordon’s wedding! What’s not to like about a couple who did everything their way?! This Rock n Roll wedding not only included an ice cream van and polka dot dresses but there was even a Mexican feast, egg & spoon races and an Elvis tribute band! Simon Gough captured the day beautifully…
Regular readers of Bespoke Bride will know that yesterday we celebrated our very 1st Birthday. It has been a rollercoaster of a year but we wouldnt change a minute of it.
We have absolutely huge plans for the 2013 and we honestly cannot wait to fill you in on our new little big venture but at the moment it ihas to be Top Secret so we are staying schtum. For now we would like to take a look back at the year we have had to celebrate all that made us what we are today…
We scoured the net for the best and more importantly free wedding printables so that couples that had decided to DIY, would have the pleasure of 65 of the best right here on Bespoke Bride. Many of you told us how thankful and helpful we had been, but honestly guys the pleasure was all ours.
(Image courtesy of Eat Drink Chic)
We are huge fans of doing things a little differently here at Bespoke Bride. Often we are sent emails asking us if we know of ways to make something unique or alternative and today its all about flowers.
Flower arrangements can certainly cause issues when it comes to personalizing them, so as usual we have scoured the t’internet to present you with our top finds,we hope you likey likey.Details
We have had such an awesome weekend, kicking off our wedding fair tour with our very own stall at the ‘Vintage, Handmade, Bespoke & Unique Wedding Fair’ at Over Farm Barn in Gloucestershire. There are a few reasons for this, we got to meet lots of lovely soon to be brides and grooms and we met some wonderful exhibitors. Not only did we leave feeling excited about all the amazing weddings we got to hear about we also left feeling completely inspired.Details
A few months ago we featured a shabby chic inspiration board which proved to be pretty darn popular with you lovelies! So, we’ve decided to explore the idea a little more in depth by bringing you your ultimate guide to a shabby chic wedding!
This post will provide the how to do’s, where to buy’s & what colours work best when using shabby chic. Right, let’s crack on shall we?
Happy Sunday afternoon lovelies! Reporting to you today from….under a duvet! (or covers if you’re American right?! You guys don’t say duvet?) Sometimes on a Sunday there is nothing better than a day spent in bed! If that’s what you’re doing today then here’s a collection of reads, gorgeous bridal photographs and weddings to gawk…Details
Today’s Wednesday Wedding Inspiration is a post that is particularly special to us as it’s our 100th post! To mark this milestone we wanted to feature one of our favourite types of wedding themes…Shabby chic!
Shabby chic colour schemes are normally pastel shades contrasting with simple rustic colours such as mocha brown.
If you’re looking for some shabby chic inspiration then look no further! Here’s an inspiration board full of shabby goodness! ♥