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!
We know that flowers can be expensive, so here are some innovative ways to incorporate flowers in your wedding – without using the real thing!
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.
It’s film week on Dotty Vintage Weddings, and this time, we turn our attention to the wedding bouquet.
Laura & Scott tied the knot on 28th June 2012. Their beautiful wedding photographs were taken by Tim Hill Photography.
Holly Deacon Design shot the beautiful wedding of Matt & Lou, who tied the knot on 4th August 2012.
We’re reconnecting with nature on the blog this week, and first up is a beautiful woodland wedding moodboard by the fabulous Faye.
Another photographic treat for you on this bank holiday weekend, which this time takes the form of the most beautiful bridal preparations, shot by Andrea Pennington Photographer.
The wedding world has gone gaga for Gatsby and it’s hardly surprising. This spectacular 1920′s inspired photo shoot was a collaboration between some truly fabulous wedding suppliers.
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
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!
I’m delighted to share a fabulous guide to incorporating family heirlooms into your big day in beautiful brooch bouquets.
I spent my Easter Sunday networking with some rather lovely wedding suppliers in a rather lovely venue – the Tavistock Town Hall.
This evening’s blog post comes from the lovely Amy Carrington, of Katie’s Cards. Amy shares some top eco friendly wedding tips so you can enjoy your vintage wedding with a clear conscious!
The Great British Florist operate from Lower Blakemere Farm in Herefordshire, and I’ve been lucky enough to review a British Bridal Posy Bouquet.
Shropshire Petals produce the most wonderful natural confetti and I was delighted when I caught up with the lovely Emma to find out more…
Picture this. Rugged Cornish landscape. Reindeer and birds of prey. Vintage bridalwear and accessories. Some of Cornwall’s most talented wedding designers and suppliers. Sound good? Then you’re in for a real treat.
Vicky & Simon got married on 3rd September 2012 at Le Talbooth which is situated in Colchester, Essex and is part of the Milsom Hotels collection. I’m very pleased to be featuring their beautiful wedding photographs, taken by the talented Pavone Photography.
Beautiful Vintage Wedding Fayre held at Devonport Guildhall on Sunday 7th October – Bumper Blog Post with the View from the Exhibitors
Read on for beautiful yellow wedding flowers, shoes, bridesmaid dresses and even a sunflower cake…
If you’re planning a wedding theme to include Purple, this is the perfect post for you. Inspiration on wedding cakes, shoes, dresses, flowers, stationery and more…
I love Turquoise – so much so that I dedicated a whole post to the beautiful colour. You’ll find dresses, shoes, brooch bouquets, favours, venue decor and more…
Kate, our guest blogging bride to be, discusses lots of beautiful floral inspiration for her, and your, special day…