5 Sep 2014
Wow, how quick has the summer gone! We’ve been very busy with weddings, planning, flowers, photo shoots and more.
With that in mind, we would like to share some of our recent coverage with you:
15 ways a wedding planner can make your day better
Many couples ask themselves whether or not they need a wedding planner. We wrote an article, featured on Wedding Ideas Magazine’s website, explaining how a wedding planner can make your day better. If you are undecided, have a read here.
This was also featured on bride the wedding site.
Hot new blooms
A beautiful peach, green and cream shower bouquet was featured in the May issue of Perfect Wedding Magazine.
Time to bloom
We made a romantic necklace from Pepita roses and Hypericum berries for a photo shoot and this was featured in the August/September issue of Wedding Magazine.
We were very excited when we were invited down to London for a photo shoot on white flowers. We made a hand-tied bouquet, a wedding ring nest, a delicate buttonhole and a pretty table centre.
Birds of a feather
The Best Scottish Weddings Magazine regularly features us. We have been asked to do a number of photo shoots this summer as well. The birds of a feather feature in the Spring issue, included our peacock feathers and emerald green bouquet.
Bold and Beautiful
As well as the peacock bouquet, Best Scottish Weddings Magazine also featured some of our styling images as the main image in their bold and beautiful page.
With a tropical theme, the lovely magazine, Cornish Brides featured a display of flowers in our cups and saucers, which are available to hire. They also mentioned the cups and saucers in their ‘and finally…’ page.
There is plenty more coming up, so keep your eyes peeled.
Have your wedding featured
If you would like to have your wedding featured on the wedding blogs or in magazines, please let us know and we will put you in touch with them – don’t forget to mention us! Please email Lindsey on Lindsey@get-knotted.net.
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