Sunday, 9 May 2010

Another wedding post

My mind has again been full of wedding plans this weekend. I've been doing more work on the invitations trying to find the perfect font to use. There are millions to choose from online and I'm once again struggling to make a decision. I think I have it narrowed down to two but there are still so many more to look at. I've been using a great website which has thousands of free fonts to download. As well as finding fonts for my wedding invitations I've also found loads which I'll be able to use at school.

My sister sent me a link to this beautiful wedding styled by Cheri Messerli. I love all the quirky pretty little details and how it looks a bit disorganised and haphazard. I really don't like overly styled weddings with perfectly matching elaborate flower arrangements and religiously followed colour schemes where everything matches from the bridesmaids dresses to the grooms underpants! Don't get me wrong, these types of wedding are beautiful but they are not me. I would like my wedding to look fairly similar to this one with lots of quirky little personal touches.

Bunting and flowers in jam jars and glass bottles - my favourite things!

Matteo loves Origami so I think I'll get him making some of these swans.

I love the idea of setting up a little fairy tent for the kids (and me!) to play in.

To see more pictures of this wedding visit Cheri Messerli. Thank you Loulou May for sending me the link.

Finally I wanted to say Happy Mother's Day to all the lovely mummys around the world. I have the very loveliest mummy in the whole world and I wish I could have been with her today to spoil her like she deserves to be spoiled. Lots of love Mummy xxx

Sarah Elizabeth


Janette said...

That is gorgeous inspiration Sarah! I think it looks like such a fun wedding and I know what you mean about a bit disorganised, it makes it fun and more light hearted. I can't wait to see all your wedding plans.

Anonymous said...

You have some really pretty pictures there, I think all the quirky details are so sweet, and make an event so much more intimate and personal! The flowers in the jars are just lovely.
:) Flick

Leanne in Italy said...

Those photos are great. I am planning my Italian out-door wedding for next year, and will now go and look on the link for more inspiration!

Sara Louise said...

I love small garden weddings like these! Elegant, yet relaxed, it's a happy balance.
Have you ever checked out Colin Cowie? He's a great source of inspiration x