The Love List {15 Aug 2011}

Good morning! Your Monday inspiration board will be with you in just a minute, but before the week begins I wanted to share the best of the last week with you all since I didn’t get a chance on the weekend. I was too busy, as it happens, shaking my little tush on the catwalk. Okay, not catwalk. But I was schmodeling for one of my favouritest photographers, the lovely Monica Dart, who I asked to take some pics as she is over in London at the moment. We had such a lovely afternoon, together with Louise of Bijoux Bride, and I can’t wait to see the pictures of us blogging girls! (Bloggesses? Bloggerinas?)

Anyway, here’s my best bits from the week that was.

  • Maybe it’s just us wedding bloggers or photographers who will find this amusing, but I love this mock up of Barbie and Ken’s wedding using what have become traditional pictures from the wedding shoot repertoire.
  • I can’t think of a sweeter way to ask your bridesmaids to be part of your day than this DIY box of goodness.
  • Escort bunting!!!!! Oh, it’s just awesome, need I say more?
  • Another super cute escort ‘card’ idea – giving your guests notebooks with their names on the spines and table name on the front, which gives you a gorgeous book case display and a lovely favour in one!
  • How sweet is this little altar?
  • More about Kate Moss’ wedding on the blog soon, but in the meantime, check out her breathtaking pictures from photo god Mario Testino and Vogue. Iconic.
  • A whole SUITE full of Tiffany style at the St Regis? I’m in heaven. *Adds staying here to bucket list…*
  • You probably know by now how much I love calligraphy, but here‘s a brilliant article on how to get some of that prettiness if you can’t afford it.
There could only be one – I just adore this fresh modern wedding at a museum. First off, the whole wedding party arrived in pedicabs. The bride’s dress (which she designed herself!) is just BEYOND. I can’t stop looking at it. And then the decor is an awesome mix of mercury glass, burlap and rough cut paper. But my favourite detail? 3D glasses favours, which allowed the guests to see the room was full of hearts!

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