Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Wedding Wednesday

On Twitter we have what is known as Wedding Wednesday.  People will recommend suppliers, blogs, and inspirational websites to their followers.  It's a great way for brides like me to discover new resources and like-minded people.

Therefore with the intent of helping out other brides I have decided to share on this blog websites and people who have helped or inspired me thus far on my wedding journey.

I'm sure if you've been engaged for a while or know the wedding industry you will have heard of Snippet and Ink.  I found Kathryn and her inspirational mood boards months before Has asked me to marry him.  It was this site that helped me choose purple for our wedding colours.  I spent hours working my way back through the archives and saw so many elements that I loved and thought I would love to include into my own wedding "one day"

Well that day has now been made official and I still visit Snippet and Ink for daily inspiration.  A must on any brides' blogs to read list.

You've probably heard me mention Blue Door Bakery a number of times before on this blog, but that's only because I think they're wonderful!  I'd always fancied having a cupcake wedding tower but after seeing one at a local wedding fayre I knew we had to have one!  After some rather off customer service from the first supplier I came across Blue Door Bakery and emailed Sarah for more information.  She told me they were exhibiting at a wedding fayre and I made plans to visit.  When I arrived Sarah handed me a little box of cupcakes for me to go home and try!  We've since decided to use Blue Door Bakery for our wedding and more recently for my Nan's 70th Birthday cake.

The cupcakes are no only delicious but they look amazing as well.  Sarah and I often chat over email and Twitter and I will also be joining her for a cupcake decorating workshop, which I am super excited about!
If you want the tastiest, most beautiful cupcakes at your wedding or in fact any other occasion, with a wonderfully sweet supplier to boot - give Sarah a call.

I found Yarwood-White when I was looking for a brooch to adorn my bouquet.  I feel head-over-heels in love with the Modern Heirloom brooch.  I now own the earrings to match (A wonderful Christmas gift from my brother)  The pictures do not do this jewellery any justice.  They can't display just how dainty and perfect each piece is or how much it sparkles.  True bridal jewellery in my opinion.
I intend to add the necklace and bracelet to my collection in the near future and I may have also bought a few gifts from there too...

Know of an amazing blog or website that has offered you with invaluable advice or inspiration throughout your planning?  Or are you a supplier who believe your service is tip top?  If you want to be featured on Wedding Wednesday please send me an email.

1 comment:

  1. I considered the Yarwood white jewellery for a while as its all so gorgeous but decided it was a bit too expensive.

    Says me who then got diamond earrings and a necklace which were way more!


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