London Bride and bridal designer, Otaduy are holding a special one day showcase event for brides-to-be in London on Saturday 17th September for their ‘I Do’ collection. Come join us!
Today we have an exciting announcement about an upcoming event! We’ve teamed up with one of our favourite designers, stylish Barcelona bridal designer, Otaduy Bridal, for a special showcase event on Saturday 17th September of their new ‘I DO’ collection. As well as being able to see the dresses (and try them on!) I’ll be there to meet some of you lovely London Brides-To-Be and be on hand for any one-to-one styling or planning advice.
The showcase takes place at their beautiful London showroom near Camden (NW1 9XR) with myself and the super friendly Otaduy team there to welcome you, and not only will you be surrounded by beautiful bridal gowns, we’ve partnered with some of our industry friends to create a relaxed and inspiring setting with bubbles a plenty, pretty floral displays, delicious treats from the Canababes as well as accessories such as veils and shoes for you to style with the dresses.
THIS IS A VIP EVENT FOR ONE DAY ONLY SO THERE ARE LIMITED SPACES, IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO COME ALONG, PLEASE REGISTER YOUR INTEREST TO ATTEND BY EMAILING: LONDON@OTADUY.CO
For now, here is a little look at their ‘I Do’ collection, glamorous days of disco, and free-spirited style…
Brides The Show is back! This Autumn visit London’s inspiring wedding show, meet with suppliers, get crafty, swoon over wedding day style and have fun being a bride-to-be!
This Autumn sees the exciting return of the excellent Brides The Show taking place in Islington, London from Friday 30th September to Sunday 2nd October, and London Bride readers receive 25% off tickets with special promo code LB25!
Brides The Show is one of the best wedding shows there is and it’s the perfect chance whether you have just started your wedding planning or you need a bit of motivation mid-way through to have fun and be inspired. Having personally visited the shows the past few years, it’s a really inspiring event and of course a great chance to connect with suppliers, hear from experts and pick up lots of ideas for your own wedding. It’s one of those occasions to just truly enjoy being a bride and it’s definitely one to attend with either your fiancee, bridesmaids, mum or sister to make a day of it – indulge away I say!
Tash & Richard had a beautiful yet rainy July Hackney Round Chapel wedding. Boys in bow-ties, two ceremonies, mis-matched bridesmaids, frozen cocktails and a Jewish Hora dance, we loved co-ordinating this wonderful perfectly imperfect London wedding!
It’s been a little over a year since the lovely Tash and Richard’s wedding that we co-ordinated and I’m so pleased to finally be sharing their fabulous day!
It was July and whilst you’d think that would mean beautiful hazy sunshine, it in fact meant torrential downpours, all day long. And I mean all day. It’s one of the wettest weddings I’ve co-ordinated, ironic really given it was a summer wedding but it absolutely didn’t dampen the day one bit, and I remember how much it actually made everyone laugh and smile because of the ridiculous-ness of it all! I love the image above by their photographer, Emma Case as it just shows, you can’t plan for the weather so you just have to smile and roll with it, just like these two and their guests did.
It really was a beautiful day despite the rain, with pretty mis-matching maids in creams and blush, boys in bow-ties, flowers made by the Groom’s mother, treats of cheese and ice-cream, frozen slush cocktails and two ceremonies, plus a rather epic Hora (Jewish circle dance) that I’ve witnessed at a wedding (not going to lie, the planner in me was concerned about anyone getting hurt but pleased to report everyone was of course fine!).
I’ve loved featuring the write-up from the bride Tash, I know many of you enjoy simply browsing through the images, but if you can, do take a few moments to read their lovely story of their day – as the bride Tash had herself said, “I found it really comforting and touching to read entries about weddings that carried a sense of reality and not everything being totally perfect. There can be so much pressure to get everything ‘right’ and for all the decisions to come naturally and hassle-free.” A wise and wonderful bride… over to you Tash and Richard.
It seems us lot just can’t get enough of fresh flowers, not just for special occasions but to spread a bit of joy at home or to friends. I used to be utterly spoilt with local florists near my last home but since moving there are none in my area (well, none that offer flowers other than gerberas, rainbow roses and carnations) and I’m feeling a little flower bereft!
However I’ve stumbled upon some lovely services that offer unique and boutique flowery delivery in London (and some throughout UK) that will enable me to get my floral fix straight to my door! I’m very excited to try some of these out, and thought I’d share my top 5 findings! Also if any friends should wish to send me some flowers… here’s a little hint ;)
Beautifully curated and sent fresh from the grower, bouquets from Bloomon can be delivered weekly, fortnightly or monthly and you can subscribe for as long as you like. The bouquets are carefully designed to highlight nature’s beauty and with three different sizes to choose from (£20.95 – 31.95) they are great for a treat for yourself or for a gift. They allow for you to have a play with how they are arranged but do come packaged well and with water so they last as long as possible.
If you are more on the green fingered side, or know someone who is, then this is one for you! The Geo-Fleur Plant Post Club Subscription sends you a monthly delivery (£24 a month for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months) of a surprise exclusive package of plants or plant related accessories to keep your home green! And don’t worry, it comes with a care card so you can at least attempt to keep them alive! My obsession with plants, succulents and cacti isn’t going anywhere so this is such a fun way to enhance my collection and who doesn’t love a surprise package in the post? Perfect for a plant-loving friend as a present too.