So, if Pinterest is anything to go by, and it usually is, the dress is no longer the only star of the show when it comes to big day dressing. Hair dressing, or more accurately how we dress, and what we dress our wedding hair with is now just as important. And it seems we have two camps, flowers or jewels! No matter which side your on check out the gallery below for the best floral crowns, glittering headbands and maybe even a princess tiara or two! Only the best for your wedding hair will do...
There is something about a wedding between two event planners that makes you expect something more (however unfair this might be). Lisa and Kevin's classic wedding day does not disappoint.
This real wedding just sparkles with detail. From the classic tiara, (admit it, we all know we kinda want to wear one every day) to the gilded macaroon favours, every aspect of this wedding has been given the bride and grooms full attention and it shows.
This is a very well put together and beautiful day, the venue is the perfect example of an old house providing modern stylish decor yet retaining the classic charm and photo opportunities. The bridal party look stunning, perfectly mismatched maids and dapper gents, and Lisa's dress is simply elegant. From flowers to stationary there is a story to each decision made, leading Lisa and Kevin to create a day that made their guests feel special and looked after while delighting in every detail. Definitely living up to their event planning backgrounds! Here is their Best Day Ever story...
Kevin and Lisa…the love story
We met back in November 2011. We both work in events and met when Kevin was brought in as a freelancer to assist on the project I was working on. Over the next few fast-paced months we spent a lot of time working together and getting to know each other. After the project finished in February we both knew that we didn't want that to be the end of seeing each other and so we went on our first date in March 2012. 4 years later we're now married and happier than ever for meeting on that rainy day in Manchester.
I think this is one of the most difficult tasks I have set myself in starting a blog about weddings. Facing up to my own wedding regrets.
It's inevitable that you are going to have doubts, it's a its a big day, a lot of money and a ton of pressure, mainly from yourself.
But I guess this is partly why you visit a wedding blog, to share stories, learn from other people and plan the wedding you want without getting so caught up in overwhelming wedding fever.
I enjoyed the most part of planning my wedding to Steve. It was great fun and I don’t think I had any bridezilla moments in the planning process. (The hen do might be a different story. It’s also for a different day ;-))