Having been a bride once myself, I know that the most difficult thing to do before a wedding is to get your ‘to do list’ to eventually disappear. Reality is: one has so many last minute things that all add up, that it is sometimes best to finish mandatory tasks, such as consulting with an attorney to learn what the best marital regime for you and your partner is, a couple of months before the big day, so that you don’t have to sweat over this at a later stage.
Like I’ve said before, I really love autumn and seeing the leaves changing colour. So imagine my excitement, when I received this beautiful couple shoot by Laura Jane Photography. Like me, Laura also loves autumn. “The light is softer and natures warm colours are my favourite, red, orange, yellow.
If I was engaged I would so copy this wedding. I just love their idea of having a whole day to celebrate with friends and family. Ernst and Christine decided to “split” their wedding day in two. The lovely couple started their big day with a laid-back picnic between the beautiful Franschhoek vineyards.
I’m super excited about today’s real wedding, and I think it’s easy to see why. This French meets farm wedding is packed with eye candy and some great ideas. So it should come as no surprise that the bride is super talented. Samantha is the creative mind behind Elephant Shoe Stationery Studio in Johannesburg.
Since the Absolute White Xmas Party last year, I have been inundated with requests for these funky rosettes. So today, for all our Pretty Blog readers I am going to share the “how to’s” of this really crafty project. These paper rosettes can easily replace the traditional Boutoniere or make for a really special finishing touch to a gift.
Today’s shoot is just so sweet! The yummy pictures of this gorgeous couple makes me want to grab my hubby and head for the nearest café! German photographer, Xenia Berg, took these amazing shots in a small café in Mainz for the couple’s wedding invitations
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