And no not just because of your beautiful wedding ring but rather because of how your nail polish is done. It seems to be the biggest trend at the moment inspired by fashion's colour blocking trend. It is fun and different and adds something different to your wedding photographs. Would you follow this trend?
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Thursday, July 26, 2012
Something old, something new
Something borrowed, something blue
And a silver sixpence in her shoe.
This old English phrase originated from the Victorian Era and it is believed that if a bride keeps each of the above mentioned items with her on her wedding day it will bring her good luck and a happy marriage. "Something Old" symbolises the bride's family and past while "Something New" brings hope and optimism for a new and happy married life. "Something Borrowed" is an item from a family member or friend whose good luck in marriage is said to carry over to the bride and "Something Blue" symbolises love, purity and fidelity as in the old Roman traditions. It is an old Scottish belief that it is good luck for a groom to put a silver coin under his foot and this is where the "Sixpence in her Shoe" originates from- the sixpence represents wealth and financial security.
For Blue Wedding Inspiration go here.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Baby's Breath is such a stunning flower that could be used for just about anything at your wedding, whether it is the main flower or just an accent. It is perfect for an elegant, vintage or even rustic themed wedding.
For more flower inspiration go here.