Here at LoveLi I am always thrilled to be involved in styled shoots of all kinds. A chance to get the creative juices flowing and really inspire couples out there looking for big day inspo to help them plan their perfect big day. When Sophie from The Confetti Cakery got in touch with me through Instagram saying she admired my work and had a shoot in the planning I jumped at the chance to get involved
Something a little bit different from my usual wedding chatter on here, as I wanted to highlight a few lovely local collaborations I have been involved with recently. You may have seen our current collaboration for Father's Day with the fabulous Luke’s Barbershop, Navenby, Asali leather products, and also earlier in the year with another local small business Glimmer Candles.
It’s always an absolute pleasure to create paper pretties for friends (not to mention a little bit scary with the pressure) but when Lauren and mark invited us to help with the styling set up of their fabulous Salcombe winter coast wedding I of course jumped at the chance.
A few months back real bride Anna put together a piece on the blog about her destination wedding. We’ve had some fabulous feed back on it and Anna has now written a further piece detailing all the essentials to consider when planning your destination wedding abroad. Over to Anna…
Here at LoveLi we love hearing real brides (and grooms) stories and getting your take on planning and creating your special day. This week we’ve been chatting to real bride Anna, who had a destination wedding in fabulous Las Vegas about planning a big day abroad and got her tips for brides in similar planning situations
A few weeks has passed since we returned from our travels and I thought it about time to share some of the details of the fabulous Las Vegas wedding we helped style at the beginning of the month. Not only were these my first destination wedding clients, but the bride is also one of my oldest friends.
Todays blog see’s me lift the lid on all the goings on behind the scenes at LoveLi HQ when working on a bespoke stationery range. The very lovely Jon & Alice contacted back in May with a specific idea for a range of stationery based around a passport/travel style, as they will be getting married in October on the Isle of Wight.
As a graphic designer and vintage lover I knew from the off that I wanted to put my stamp on our big day. With little over 8 months to plan, perfect and create I was up against it and many suppliers I went to were a little taken aback with a wedding in such a short time frame. Often the response I got was ‘September this year?’