Good morning! How was your weekend? Mine was just wonderful! I was in town on Saturday in with the lovely ladies from Dirty Fabulous. My sister and I went out for lunch and I got rather excited when I thought it was snowing. Turns out it was just creative Christmas carolers on Grafton Street! My boyfriend and my sister (honestly, we always joke that she is the son my father never had, even though I’ve three brothers!) went down the field at the back of our house and cut down the most gigantic tree you have ever seen. Then on Sunday, we had a stroll in Marley Park. I haven’t been there properly in years and was so disappointed to see that nothing has been done with the old house in the middle of the park, it would make a beautiful home really. There is a market there on a Sunday so we enjoyed that before heading up to the Saw Mill with my nephews and niece to see Santa. Seven adults to three children tells you how good this Santa experience really is, if you have smallies in your family, I really recommend going there! To top it all off, I received some amazing news this morning about a good friend of mine and now have May 31st and the sound of tiny feet to look forward to! This week really is off to a good start and even more so that we are going back to Sweden. Our spark today is this beautifully styled bridal inspiration shoot by Vienna based Photographer, Claire Morgan. Intrigued by the Swedish light she had seen in so many of her Swedish colleagues’ images, she travelled to Stockholm with Heidi Morgan and collaborated on this shoot with Wilma Howells. Set in Waldemarsudde, Djurgården, Stockholm, the images are so stunning and I’m delighted to finally get to post it today.
I love the simplicity of this shoot and how little touches make such a big impact. Those heart sticks couldn’t be easier to make but think of how beautiful they would look dotted around the lawn of your venue! Another great idea if you are having a destination wedding is incorporating all of the different languages, even if you have no other connection with the country you are getting married in.
That house is what I hoped to see in Marley Park yesterday, maybe someone will allow me to do it up one day! If you haven’t seen enough, head on over to Claire, Heidi and Wilma’s websites for more eye candy. These three ladies are so talented.