Although life isn’t a piece of cake – we are ended with some cake. This would normally be time for a ‘beaut’ of a shoot’ however, like much of the UK we’ve had technical problems.
So what you can do is – head over to the engagements section and enjoy the flavour of the old school – well not that old, we have tons of incredible couples, wedding and photography for you to feast your eyes upon.
However, you can enjoy this lovely painted cake – better than painted nails no fumes and far more delicious than topcoat we think. So end your day with a cup of tea and the view of this cake.
The photographic glory goes to the incredible Nikki Mills – see the rest of the shoot over on her website.
Well good sodden morning to you’s guys – The UK is the equivalent of Atlantis, and the sky is grey – but at least the good old internet is here to transport you to another space and place. So, through the magical power known as hyperlinks, I am here to take you to the corners of the interweb filled with wedding marvels and mystery.
Let the Monday Lovely Monday begin
I have had a soft spot for him ever since the wire, this week’s crush is Michael B Jordan.
There is something to be said about the couple that plays together stays together, and this week’s moment in iconic music love belongs to Johnny Cash and June Carter.
He saw her perform when he was in high school, and first met her backstage at Grand Old Opry in 1968 – and then *swoon* he proposed live on stage when they were performing together on stage in London Ontario, they spent the next 35 years together.
They had one child together – John Cash Carter. So, this is some of their best songs together and apart and if you want to listen to a couple who also play and stay together check out our Ashford & Simpson mixtape love. Let the chair dancing begin (although we don’t think that you can twerk to country).
Queen for a day, if you don’t have a tiara at the very least you need to be rocking a pretty crown of flowers, love this via Ruffled
The photographic glory goes to: :THE WEAVER HOUSE