Thursday Treats – 29th September 2011

September 29, 2011

Photography Credit: David Sykes. See more amazing still life photography by David here. Particularly loving his Faux Food series!

Hey y’all. Just one last little plea to say that if you haven’t already, would you mind awfully if I bugged you to vote for me in the Cosmopolitan blog awards? They have extended voting time until 9am on October 17th so you still have plenty of time to make me happieeee.I had an email from Cosmopolitan this week to tell me there’s even going to be an awards ceremony for the winner! Needless to say the competition is fierce! Click the badge below to do so and I’ll love you forever…

♥ Shut up and shootbrave & honest words from Clayton Austin
♥ Robyn and John’s outdoor wedding
Dark Crystal wedding cake!
Stylish & glam Celestine wedding
♥ Using Facebook in my Wedding Photography Business
♥ A Handmade Portland Weddingrainbow petti!
♥ Ethereal Forest Inspiration
Geek chic wedding at Downtown 22
♥ A Georgia Farm Wedding
Throw some glitter on it

Photography Credit: Scotty Perry

Preppy Palm beach inspo shoot
A cake made up of individual (and different flavoured) ballslove this. ps why does this sound so rude in my head? Am I a big child for giggling as I write this?!
♥ Incredible Munaluchi editorial by Elizabeth Messina
Lightbulb vases!
♥ Elsie’s Thrift Tips
Why bloggers rule the roost
Romantic Paris elopement
♥ The Save the Date wedding fair is being held on 16th October at The Roundhouse, Derby
♥ Visitors to the convention in London explain why they love their tattoos
♥ Seriously loving this Antoinette Meets Austin styled shoot by my girls Sarah Gawler, Savoir WeddingsPollen Nation & Elbie van Eeden! Go girls, I have such talented friends!

Photography Credit: Sarah Gawler

The Alphabet 2 via trendland – so clever!


  1. Hen

    Interesting article about the bride wearing her mum’s/grandma’s dress- I’ll be wearing my mum’s dress when I get married in August. It’s a bargain at the cost of a dry clean, really nice to have that continuity, and amazing how it fits perfectly, too. My mum had it tailor made in Eastern Germany in the 70s. And no, it doesn’t look like Kate’s 😉
    There is something nice about having your own dress as well, so for the evening I’ve bought a 1930s dress (a flea market find). I have to say, having read a number of your recent articles I am mighty glad I never even set foot in a bridal boutique.
    Anyone else wearing their mum’s dress? (or their nan’s?)

  2. i really love the bride in her mum and grandmas dress… i wish i could be as tiny as my mum AND grandma on my wedding day so i could wear either of their dresses, but i was blessed with curves hahaha!

    i also loved seeing the owl and the pussycat themed ideas… so cute!


  3. keeley

    well . . .i cant decide which is my fave part of this post… oh yes i can!! who knew a song with the words ‘even if i farted and followed’ through in could be so lovely?!?! haha and im not wearing my nannas dress! as much as i wouldve loved to as it was stuning, and similar to kates actually, but i am wearing a £75 vintage one form the 30’s and i cannot wait. bridal boutiques werent for me either! 😉 ahhh i think you deserve to have an award on your mantel piece! xx


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