I know we’re way into 2010 already but given that I think I have some new readers, who presumably haven’t had a chance to trawl through all my old blog entries, I thought that might be a good time to highlight some of the popular posts on LMW last year. As you know every post on LMW has a special something (hence why I featured it) but here is a pick of those definitely worth another read….
1 * Everyone is talking about Teal as the wedding colour of 2010 so no wonder this Fuchsia Teal and Pewter Inspiration Board has been a favourite – Helen Carter’s inspiration boards are fab. I need to learn how to do them myself!
2 * I might be biased because I had one, but there is something so romantic and cosy about a winter wedding. I love the work of Elemental Photography and Planet Flowers – both who were involved in this very special Edinburgh wedding where Jude and Matt tied the knot at the end of last year. That is the bridesmaids bouquet – a lovely change from the norm.
3 * I have to mention this one as its clearly very popular with my readers -the fantastic 1920′s vintage wedding shoot – dresses by Lindsay Fleming are gorgeous and so on trend (you can read more about his dresses in this subsequent post 1920′s inspired wedding dresses). I love the wedding venue House for an Art Lover in Glasgow, Scotland and Archibald Photography, as always do a great job on the photography side of things.
4 * For those of you in the ‘wedding blog’ know, Kat from RocknRollBride.com is one of our top UK bloggers (and LMW is all about showcasing UK talent). I was lucky enough to do an interview with her about how she got in to blogging, what she loves about it and get behind the scenes with Kat from RocknRoll bride.com
That is her below, she now has bright pink hair! – photo by English Rose Weddings .
5 * Last, but by no means least – really natural summer wedding flowers for a summer wedding at High Road House, Chiswick, London. This post really meant something special to me as not only did we spend our first night of married bliss at this lovely hotel, but Britt, from Flourish and Green, also did the flowers at our wedding too. If you’re looking for natural summer wedding flower inspiration then do take a look at this post.
I hope you have enjoyed this post – I could go on forever as there are good few more worth a mention (including Wedding and Wellies engagement shoot) but I’ll leave those for another time.
What do you think? Were there any posts on LMW that you particularly liked reading? Do you prefer real life weddings, engagement shoots, or looking at floral inspiration? Its great to get your feedback.