We have some truly breathtaking jewellery to showcase on Dotty Vintage Weddings this evening, and I’m delighted to introduce you to the luxury designer Armenta.
This evening on Dotty, we welcome a new blog and magazine advertiser – the ever so lovely Decorate my Day!
I do love a good review post on Dotty Vintage Weddings; particularly those that involve me being able to eat something.
Elsie Mo Flowers joined us in the first edition of Dotty Magazine. Enjoy some additional imagery from her floral photo shoot!
The lovely Holly Deacon Design shared the beautiful wedding of Gemma and Sam with me, and I couldn’t wait to post it on Dotty Vintage Weddings!
I’ve really been enjoying the use of fabric in wedding and hen party celebrations so I thought I’d share a lovely little selection with you this evening.
We know that flowers can be expensive, so here are some innovative ways to incorporate flowers in your wedding – without using the real thing!
I’m pleased to welcome Jenny, of the Teacup Workshop, to Dotty Vintage Weddings today with a guest post for you to enjoy.
Style your Day is run by the beautiful Sophie Fairless. She offers a range of wedding and event styling services, and I wanted to find out a little bit more about the lady behind the business.
Rebecca rounds off nature week with a fabulous article on natural wedding inspiration.
Dotty is a little bit obsessed with succulents! From bouquets, to buttonholes, wedding favours and venue décor – read more…
Enjoy our beautiful natural wedding inspired moodboard from Curly Chops Design.
Amy Swann is a hugely talented, bespoke cake designer who utilises nature as her source of inspiration.
Rebecca returns once more to chat about all that is Boho.
Rebecca joins us this week to discuss patterned weddings following on from Faye’s fabulous spots and stripes moodboard earlier in the week!
You might see a little ‘pattern’ developing on Dotty this week… Starting with how to incorporate spots and stripes into your wedding theme!
For Moodboard Monday this week, I’ve decided to revisit one of Faye’s beautiful boards from the very first Moodboard Monday back in March!
Faye joins us once again for Moodboard Monday, and this time, she takes a look at retro and vintage weddings, and how you can apply this to your theme!
Rainbow Club on Dotty Vintage Weddings today. Rainbow Club are one of the UK’s leading and most established wedding shoe producers.
Faye joins us once for Moodboard Monday, and we’re looking at a real contrast in colour schemes this week – Monochrome vs Rainbow Weddings!
You might remember a lovely feature on Dotty Vintage Weddings back in March, on the company Lavender and Linen. They kindly offered a prize for one lucky Dotty Vintage Wedding reader; a free styling consultation, worth £50.00! The winner was another Laura, and I interviewed her to find out a little bit more!
Rebecca joins us on Dotty Vintage Weddings, and fights the corner for edgy urban weddings!
Faye looks at both urban and rural settings for your very special day.
Gorgeous Flowers to Match your Vintage Wedding Theme – A Guest Post from the Real Flower Company
Rebecca joins us for her weekly feature on Dotty Vintage Weddings. This week, it’s all about colourful weddings!
Jenny Rose is based in Ashburton, Devon. I stumbled across Jenny’s work on Pinterest, and was delighted when I finally tracked down the florist behind the beautiful buttonholes!
Faye brings us Moodboard Monday once more, with some fabulous inspiration for a colourful, quirky wedding!