And here begins the sweetness of autumnal days, can’t wait for golden leaves spiralling to the ground – nature’s confetti, Halloween costume planning, change of seasons, light switching to dark, and dark mornings warmed by hot steaming coffee and butter drenched toast. Summer has been well… it is blighty and we decided that Great Expecatations is merely a novel by Mr Dickens, and not something we should have for the weather.
So, this fine but overcast morn – we have cast of the bright colour blocking of the summer, and we have a subtle and dreamy image from Jagger Photography, to get you scheming and dreaming – this gorgeous image is part of a beautiful wedding that you can spy on Style Me Pretty. Let’s scheme and dream!
The photographic glory goes to: Jagger Photography
We have developed a love affair so deeply ridiculous with Mason Jars that you might as well call us Masonettes, we saw this image taken by Kevin Coffey, and we were immediately in love. This is such a gorgeous idea and we reckon it would make for gorgeous outdoor affair decor! Jars of light – we love! And of course a little bit of scheming and dreaming doesn’t go amiss here to.
The photographic glory goes to: Kevin Coffey
Oh we have something special to scheme and dream over and it is this beautiful image from Jeremy Lawson Photography, we love it – covering his eyes before he gets a glimpse of Whitney, so you scheme and dream on the gorgeous Jeff and Whitney, and drool over the whole wedding on Style Me Pretty.
We love re-runs – it is the reason that we watch Sex and The City on the Comedy Channel, no matter how we have committed almost every one liner from scrubs to memory it doesn’t stop being hysterical, and the main reason that we secretly watch our secret teen guilty pleasure show Moesha on youtube – *sigh* good times.
And for that reason in terms of rerun stakes our scheming and dreaming is from a Feather Stonian special. The awesome and beautiful shoot of Pete and Shan is the subject of today’s scheming and dreaming. Now take a little journey into the recent past – doesn’t that rerun feel good.
The photographic glory goes to: Feather & Stone