Happy Saturday everyone. And on Saturday, they rested! Here are some of our highlights from Under the Vintage Veil and around the wedding world and beyond this week! We hope you enjoy…
Image © Richmond Pictures, dresses by Wish Want Wear, hair by Jenn Edwards, make up by The Beauty Aisle, venue is The George in Rye, jewellery by Glitzy Secrets
Under the Vintage Veil highlights
♥ Over the weekend we rebranded our site in style with a fabulous photoshoot to introduce the new look blog and announce the upcoming launch of our sister lifestyle blog, Over the Vintage Threshold.
♥ We also posted the first of our Beauty Spot first-kiss-proof lips features.
♥ On Monday, we showed you how to steal Grace Kelly’s style.
♥ Tuesday had us talking decorating with plates with The Little Wedding Helper.
♥ Wednesday saw us solving a bride’s wedding dilemma on how to deal with difficult parents.
♥ On Thursday, we posted this fab little tutorial on how to make a flirty, vintage-inspired butterfly fascinator.
Highlights from around the wedding world
♥ Head over to b.loved to be blown away by this beautiful summer wedding inspiration shoot.
♥ Looking for some Saturday sweetness? Bridal Musings hosted this bright and moving (a rare combination) wedding video this week.
♥ The mighty Rockn’Roll Bride dishes out the good advice this week on how to get great wedding pictures.
♥ What would you expect from Style Me Pretty other than some wedding pretty? This Jenny Packham bride had us green with envy!
♥ German blog Hochzeitsguide featured this dreamy honeymoon shoot – we love the ruffled, blush gown and ballerina pumps!
♥ We heart Melanie and Nicole’s lesbian wedding by Carolyn Scott Photography.
♥ The Perfect Palette creates just that, pink + teal = love!
What we’ve been up to…
We headed to Teddington to meet fabulous designer Sabina of Sabina Motasem for a chinwag over breakfast (and a perve at her beautiful gowns) and then went with her to drop them off at beautiful boutique, The Dress.
The rest of the week was spent watching the cats play in the garden (it’s more amusing than you think) and catching some snaps of them getting up to mischief!
I had a makeover (again).
We watched a lot of Arrested Development (PS, it’s very funny) and spent some time devising our own Bluth family chicken dance (CHICKENS DON’T CLAP).
So what did you get up to this week? And what are your plans for the week to come? Let us know what you’re up to in the comment box below!