Something old antique myrtle crowns

Something Old: Antique Myrtle Crowns

“COME live with me and be my Love, And we will all the pleasures prove That hills and valleys, dale and field, And all the craggy mountains yield. “There will we sit upon the rocks And see the shepherds feed their flocks, By shallow rivers, to whose falls Melodious birds sing madrigals. “There will I…

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Hidden Calmness

When people think of New York City, Manhattan is often the first place they picture. It’s home to big-name attractions, such as Central Park, the Empire State Building, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the High Line, restaurants and the bright lights of Times Square and Broadway. It’s a fast paced city with charming hidden green spaces some…

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Something Blue: Blue Skies Ahead

Planning A Destination Wedding Destination weddings are on the rise, and it’s easy to see why – what could be more romantic than jetting off to far-flung lands, to wed your beloved in a beautiful location? Endless blue skies, in a unique setting, combined with the opportunity to spend quality time with your nearest and…

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Something New Lora Folk

Something New: Lora Folk

The Mews Notting Hill is delighted to welcome French bridal couture label Lora Folk to the UK! This month’s ‘Something New’ will explore the universe of Laura Foulquier, the chic Parisian behind the luxury bridal brand. Last month, I travelled to Paris to meet with Laura in her beautiful boutique, a light and airy space…

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Celebrating Happiness

Well our English summer is well and truly here, waking up to the unexpected rays of sunshine or to the downpours of the refreshing rain, either way there’s something about the summer months with the light evenings that brings happiness to us all. Tucked away in the East of Devon is the quaint parish of…

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Something Borrowed – Ethereal Separates

This month’s ‘Something Borrowed’ will explore a trend which has helped to rewrite the rules of bridal fashion: the two – piece wedding gown. From the dreamy, boho aesthetic of Rime Arodaky and Laure de Sagazan, to the chic, Parisian glamour of Delphine Manivet, bridal separates have truly captured our imagination. In celebration of the…

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Whimsical Elegance

People advise you to choose a job you would love to do but sometimes the bonus is finding unexpected love where you work and this is exactly what happened to Faye and Ross. Faye who works in interior design grew fond of Ross after bonding at a very famous, eclectic festival that is known world…

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Serendipity

From last month’s blog taking us to warmer climates to this month’s blog bringing us to The Mews’ hometown, the picturesque Clifton Village, Bristol. Sometimes you can’t beat a classically beautiful Wedding that shows off how breathtaking a city can be, the views that surround the Clifton suspension bridge allows you to enjoy the soaring…

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Into the wild

Into the wild

One of the things I love most that comes with writing about our brides is discovering the amazing places that are scattered across the world. Some places I never knew existed but now have the chance to experience and imagine myself being there. The raw beauty of the landscapes, the wandering spectacle of wildlife in…

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