Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Jute and jam jars....A Cornish Wedding

Hello! Hello! Did you think I'd disappeared off the face of the blog planet? Well I had (almost!), but I'm back. The last few months have been somewhat testing as you know. Not only have I deserted my blog but I've had very little interaction with anybody out there in the creative world. I've not been on Pinterest for weeks! UGH! What is going on? Anyway, you'll be pleased to know that I am finally coming out the other side...slowly. My creative juices are flowing once more.

How gorgeous and summery was the bank holiday weekend? I was lucky enough to be down in Cornwall for the wedding on my friend Jo. The setting in Trevose Head/Booby's Bay was spectacular. Everything about the wedding was so beautiful but it was Jo's attention to the (hand-made) details which really stood out for me. Think, jam jars, hay bails, white wash wood, country flowers and lots of jute! They even built the bar themselves! I managed to capture some of it on camera and thought I'd share it with you here.

The professional photography was done by one of my favourite photographers, Marianne Taylor. I can't wait to see them, I'm sure they will be fabulous!


  1. Beautiful images, that dress is stunning and love what they did to the jam jars. It is lovely to have you back in blog world Anna. also lovely seeing you on Sunday x

  2. Gorgeous! Love the lettering on the order of service and the labels on the jam jars.

  3. Wow! What a fabulous looking wedding and how lucky with the weather. I agree with Geraldine-a beautiful dress. Welcome back-blogging just has to take second place in life sometimes-it's good for you! Cx

  4. I was very ecstatic to find this site on yahoo.I wanted to say thank you to you with regard to this fantastic post!! I certainly loved every little bit of it and I’ve you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post.

  5. Gosh I'm so late with my replies on sorry! Thanks for all your comments. Yes, it was a beautiful dress, absolutely stunning!

    Blogging has taken a second place for far too long this year. I'm doing Holly's course again now though so hopefully will be back again shortly. Watch this space......


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