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.
I’m pleased to welcome Jenny, of the Teacup Workshop, to Dotty Vintage Weddings today with a guest post for you to enjoy.
Nature Week continues on Dotty Vintage Weddings and this time, I’m pleased to introduce a lovely new wedding supplier that I just so happened to stumble across.
Dotty is a little bit obsessed with succulents! From bouquets, to buttonholes, wedding favours and venue décor – read more…
Amy Swann is a hugely talented, bespoke cake designer who utilises nature as her source of inspiration.
It’s film week on Dotty Vintage Weddings, and this time, we turn our attention to the wedding bouquet.
Some fabulous wedding day tips in the most beautiful illustration ever!
Bijou Junkie is a vintage inspired jewellery maker based in the South Coast in Sussex who produces quirky and bijou pieces for weddings and other events.
Read all about a fabulous bridal accessories evening in Cornwall, and *WIN* A Vintage Necklace from Sarah Drew!
From save the dates and invitations, to table plans and venue decorations, it’s important to work alongside a designer who understands your requirements perfectly. I’ve been fortunate enough to meet the fabulous Danielle, of Eden Craft Project.
Julie, from Beatrice Belle, is absolutely lovely! I’m so pleased to be featuring her business on the blog this evening. Julie offers a lovely range of bespoke wedding favours, and lots of other wedding loveliness!
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!
Phil Howell designs bespoke wedding stationery, perfect for brides wanting something a little bit different. Read more about Phil, and True Love Vintage.
We’ve gone a bit weird and wonderful on Dotty Vintage Weddings this week!
The Vintage Sash Company offer a spectacular range of vintage inspired, and genuine vintage fabric sashes. I’m delighted to feature them on the blog, at what I’m sure is the start of a very successful business! I caught up with Michele to find out more…
I met the lovely Sarah, of Sarah Wants Stationery at the WED Show last month. I wanted to find out more about this rustic, Cornwall based stationery company!
I’m delighted to share a fabulous guide to incorporating family heirlooms into your big day in beautiful brooch bouquets.
It’s Moodboard Monday time again! This week I will be bringing to you all the glitz & glamour of the 1920s!
Welcome to Moodboard Monday! This week I will be bringing to you ‘foody’ ways to style your wedding.
I absolutely adore the idea of a bespoke headpiece for my wedding day next year, especially a genuine vintage and reworked piece. TrifleRabbit Vintage offers just this! Read more…
If a big white dress isn’t for you, then find something that is. If you don’t have a best man, have a best girl. If you don’t like wedding cake, eat donuts! Celebrate what makes you different. Sod the traditions, start your own.
Kate and Catherine run the wonderful Lavender and Linen and are situated in the Cotswolds. I was lucky enough to catch up with Kate to discuss their business and lots of vintage loveliness…
So, the lovely Rebecca returns to Dotty Vintage Weddings, and this time, it’s all about the thrifty bride-to-be! Over to you, Rebecca!
The second Moodboard Monday is here… this week, crafty and rustic DIY wedding ideas!
Tonight marks the most wonderful debut of our regular new feature “Moodboard Monday”, courtesy of the lovely Faye Neo of Curly Chops Design. Take it away, Faye!
Nila Holden operates the most fabulous Artisan Bakery from her home in Bedfordshire. She specialises in beautiful bohemian inspired cakes and cookies, all with a vintage flavour that would be perfect for a rustic wedding.
Paper Themes Bespoke Stationery offer a fabulous range of stationery, accessories, and decorations. They utilise a traditional printing method called ‘Letterpress’ and have kindly shared some valuable tips with the Dotty Vintage readers…