Happy Sunday! It’s been a mega fun and energetic week here at Trulove HQ with days out of the office recharging the batteries, following by super productive days and of course lots of new plans to move forward with.
But enough about me, what have you been up to in your wedding planning this week? Research wedding venues, looking for wedding inspiration or how about studying the logistics of planning a wedding in France? No matter what you’ve been ticking off the wedding planning list, I hope you’ve had fun.
If you missed anything this week catch up in The Sunday R&R…
We started the week with a stylish eloping inspirational shoot organised by Luxe Paris Events and photographed by Lissa Ryan – see full post here
On Tuesday we had our resident writer and former FWS real bride Christina take a look at how you might spend the day after your wedding – see full post here
Wednesday saw us sit down with luxury wedding designer Maya Rose to talk about how the business came to be where it is and what services are on offer – see full post here
Chateau de Robernier was the setting for Thursday’s real wedding with photography by Maya Marechal of LM Visual – see full wedding here
We ended the working week on Friday with destination hair and make up artist Victoria Farr giving us her top tips if you’ve got just 72 hours in Paris – see full post here
We spoiled you on Saturday with our French bride and groom who celebrated their nuptials on English soil, with photography by John and Sophie Barwood – see full wedding here
Supplier Spotlight: Denee Motion Boutique Wedding Cinema & Photo
Today we’re focusing on Denee Motion Boutique Wedding Cinema & Photo, a team of highly experienced filmmakers and photographers based in Central London, but offering their services worldwide. They look after every tiny detail giving their films and photos an extra human touch.
For more information and contact details click here
Favorite Etsy Finds
Planning a wedding involves lots of paperwork, so this cute personalised address stamp is sure to speed up your correspondence. Shop here.
This 50s style tea length dress with lace overlay is just heaven – SHOP HERE>>>
Coming up on the blog next week:
Have a great day