Lifestyle Magazine

Wedding Planning Or Work?

By Claire

Real wed­ding blogs and engagements

  • There’s a touch of Eng­lish style to this lovely gar­den wed­ding from Style Me Pretty
  • Doc­u­men­tary wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phy at its best: a beau­ti­ful Ridge Farm wedding
  • Engage­ment shoot inspi­ra­tion from Cam­bridge: a Sid­ney Sus­sex Col­lege photo shoot
Danielle and Mark's Crockwell Farm wedding blog by Aaron Collett

Danielle and Mark’s Crock­well Farm wed­ding blog. Photo credit www.aaroncollettphotography.co.uk

  • A beau­ti­ful Eng­lish wed­ding: from Crock­well Farm, by Aaron Col­lett Photography
  • A wed­ding blog from San Fran­cisco: look out for the bride and groom on the windowsill!
  • A chic wed­ding at London’s May­fair — from Love Luxe Blog
  • I love this engage­ment ses­sion from ARJ Photo — beau­ti­ful and inspiring
  • Talk about dif­fer­ent — the world is indeed your oys­ter… Junk boat wed­ding blog
  • An inti­mate wed­ding in Paris — divine!
  • A Star Wars wed­ding from Plans & Presents blog… with actual (real) storm troop­ers. (I think.)

Think cre­ative

  • Take inspi­ra­tion from these pas­tel wed­ding ideas on 100 Layer Cake
  • Proof that a great designer can turn their hand to any wed­ding theme — real cre­ativ­ity! Rac­ing themed wed­ding stationery
  • Le Vin d’Honneur — I’m not sure how ‘vin d’honneur’ trans­lates… is it the wine for mak­ing toasts? Either way, these ice cubes with flow­ers in are fan­tas­tic! Worth a look…
  • Place cards and drinks mats in one — love this idea!
  • A most curi­ous party — wed­ding fairs with a dif­fer­ence, all about arti­san wed­ding sup­pli­ers. A bril­liant idea, and here’s more infor­ma­tion for you. Intriguing…

Have an opinion

  • Are your wed­ding guests bring­ing guests? Or is one plus one too many? I’m not sure I’d invite strangers to my wed­ding… but even if you don’t, you can expect to be asked…
  • A blog post which will make you think dif­fer­ently about your wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phy. Love this. A Thou­sand to One
  • I hate the phrase “keep calm and carry on”. This says it so much better…
  • As a wed­ding designer does this apply to you? Are your clients ‘buy­ing the artist’? They should be, if you ask me…

Wed­ding busi­ness blogs

  • Ever lost a day’s pay because you’re work­ing for a friend for free? If that’s £150 it’s fine (been there, done that and will do it again I hope!) but if you’re a wed­ding pho­tog­ra­pher faced with los­ing £2k… Alex Beadon is here to help. Excellent.
  • Are you run­ning a wed­ding busi­ness at home, with a baby / tod­dler / young child to care for? Read this post and see them as inspi­ra­tion (a great read for non-parents too)
  • Wing­ing it.” Great phrase, and a very per­cep­tive post about con­fi­dence and blog­ging — I def­i­nitely iden­tify with nick­here­and­now (found via the mar­vel­lous Scar­let Blue).
  • Find that big idea which will make your wed­ding busi­ness an over­whelm­ing success!
  • Techy stuff: for those wed­ding busi­nesses and blog­gers using Word­Press: 10 plu­g­ins for secur­ing your word­press site from hackers
  • And some basic online secu­rity tips for every­one. An essen­tial read!

Have an amaz­ing week­end — see you on Monday!


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