Woohoo new feature y’all! ‘The List’ is the opportunity for guest blogger Charley Beard of UK wedding and style blog, London Bride to go shopping in the name of research! I’ve asked this lovely blogger and wedding stylist to put together a collection of goodies different wedding genres. Each installment of ‘The List’ will be full to bursting of wedding loveliness in different wedding styles (rockabilly, punk, budget, diy etc) so I hope over the coming weeks you’ll be able to find some really cool and unique wedding ‘bits’ that you can use in your own weddings (or you can just buy because you love them hehe!)
Charley is one of the best people I know for finding awesome and gorgeous things all over the internet (bad for my bank balance!) so I know over the coming weeks she is going to come up with some little beauties. Get those credit cards at the ready girls!
We thought we’d start with one of the most popular – vintage. Let us know what you think in your comments!
♥ Floral crowns are the epitome of hazy boho style. Fresh flowers don’t always work so well, but this leafy lovely will stay just ‘so’.
♥ You’ll be wanting to jet off on your honeymoon super quick just to show off this adorable vintage style Liberty Print suitcase.
♥ Use this creative camera for brides eye view on your wedding day then pack for travel pics to be proud of.
Camera pictured costs £50
♥ Let the inner ‘maiden’ shine through for your bridesmaids with this girly grecian chiffon dress.
Price £75 / $160
♥ Go wild by filling these large metal initials with fresh flowers and ivy for instant rustic decoration.
Price £5 each
♥ Mirror mirror on the wall who’s the fairest of them all? Fill these mirror style frames with vintage pictures of your family.
♥ These glass perfume bottles are scent-sational. Fill with oils as favours or add a single flower for parisian perfection.
♥ Cast a spell on your guests by hanging these magical Love Potion tags over wine bottles which can double up as table numbers.
Price £4.60 / $6.95
Check out more of Charley’s style and wedding tips over at her blog London Bride