We can’t get enough of this ‘Gibson Girl’ Inspired shoot showcasing Flossy & Dossy’s 2016 dress collection.
The new line is heavily influenced by Edwardian style and luxury fabrics. Hand cut lace and heavy beading give a couture finish and a twist on a classic vintage bridal style. Each design is perfectly finished with beautiful accessories from Modiste‘s new Hot Metal collection.

Gracefully shot in Glasgows favourite inner city pub venue SLOANS, photographer Jo Donaldson‘s rich dark tones really show off this buildings beauty and the details on these Flossy and Dossy designs to perfection.
The tones and fabrics are incredible.. that golden buttermilk lace! WE LOVE.

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Gorgeous make up looks by CAT ROBERTSON + amazing hair by Cameo Bridal Styling. That glittered under-eye is to die for right?!

Thanks to Flossy + Dossy, and Jo Donaldson for sharing! Be sure to check out more of Wendy’s beautiful dresses over on her Profile!

 

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HEY-O!
We’re feeling pretty darn good in the office today and it’s all down to this babin wee round up of what has to be one of our favourite TWC events to date!  What an incredible time we had on Thursday with SO MANY lovely visitors for our Bridal Market Late – almost 500 happy faces through the door! Ayekarumba. & y’all have such exciting wedding ideas in the pipeline that all us wedding creatives were absolutely buzzing hearing about those plans! The feedback from both exhibitors & guests has been fantastic and we’re so so delighted at how the gorgeous Woodside Warehouse got dressed up! Drinks were a’flowin’ and the merriness rife. Here’s how it went down..  Head to end of the gallery for the full #teamTWC supplier line-up!

Special thanks to Brolly Bucket & Paper Street Dolls for dressing up the stairwell & bar and Bluebird Event Hire for bringing along their super cute photobooth VW!

We can’t wait to do it alllll again in the majestic setting of St Andrews in the Square, Glasgow.
Oct 30th so S A V E  T H E  D A T E!

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Bygone Photo Booth
Sparrow + Rose
Brolly Bucket
AMM Wedding Hair + Makeup
Floral Menagerie
Dragonfly Dress Design
Kate Elliot Muir MUA
Cinemate Films
Craig and Eva Sanders
Bespoke Catering
Rowanjoy
Walnut Wasp
Alison Macleod Jewellery
Jack Fleuriste
Caro Weiss
A Little Thing Called Love
Three Sisters Bake
Sarah Brown
The Secret Herb Garden
The Curries
Rose and Ammi
Something Brewed
Lauren McGlynn Photography
Ebba Goring
Three Isles Designs
Nikki Leadbetter Photography
Unbridaled Boutique
I Heart Flowers
Bellas Cakes
Katie Lees Jewellery
EYI Love
Paper Street Dolls
Hedgerow
Ginger and Lime Events
Lace Buds
Pin Up Nights
Independant Humanists
Bluebird Event Hire
I Love Letters

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industrial glamour wedding

INDUSTRIAL GLAMOUR // STYLED SHOOT
“A wedding for two with feminine touches, copper and pinks tones, and a gentle scandi vibe”
Rosie, Brolly Bucket

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Thanks for sharing Rosie! We love those cool Scandi Scandi vibes!

Styling + Location • Brolly Bucket
Florals • Myrtle + Bracken
Cake • Happyhills Cake
Stationery + Calligraphy • Laura E Patrick
Light Up Sign • I Love Letters
Dress • Flossy + Dossy

Also featuring Copper + Solder // Patisserie Rose Macarons  // + Fiona Higgins Photography

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The lovely Jo of 33Dowanhill gives us the lowdown and some insider secrets on getting that elusive skindeep glow!

In the run up to your wedding it is more important than ever to have a proper skincare routine in place. This will vary for each individual but a simple routine should include cleansing, toning/acid exfoliation, serum and oil/moisturiser. To make it extra fun there is also a specific order for each of these products!

Believe it or not there is actually science backing up the proper order in which to use your skincare products and how to make them more effective.  In simple terms this means that products should be applied based on their consistency.  Thin products first, and then heavier or thicker ones on top.

Doing it this way means that you allow the active ingredients in each product to full absorb into the skin rather than just sitting on top.

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A simple routine would look like this….

Step one – Cleanse
Start with a good cleansing oil or balm.  Once in the morning and twice/double cleanse in the evening.  Thoroughly cleansing the skin prepares your skin to receive and make full use of the products.

Step two – Toner/Acid
Gone are the days of alcohol based toners (put them down!!!!).  Chose something that is suitable for your skin type, I tend to use acid toners (usually glycolic) to help with cell regeneration.

Step three – Serum
Serums are usually usually the lightest formulation and so should be the first thing you put on your face.  Serums are amazing.  I love them a bit too much to be honest. Serums generally need to be placed onto the skin rather than massaged in and as they are water based they work quickly – so should you to get them applied across your face and neck.

Step four – Oil
Oils are heavenly, fact.  Do not fall for the old wives tale about oily skin needing oil-free products.  If your skin is oily and you deprive (or worse remove) the oil from your face/routine your skin will over compensate and prorduce more.  There are lots of oils out there, ther will be one to treat your specific skincare requirements. If you have time and want to give your routine a little boost, take time to massage the oil into the skin.

Step five – Moisturiser (if you need it)
This is the stage when you should be feeling your skin to see if your product as been absorbed.  If it feels like it needs a little more then apply your moisturizer.  I have very dehydrated and dry skin, so I use moisturizer on top of oil at night, so that my skin doesn’t feel tight in the morning.  Use common sense here, don’t use it if you don’t need it.

Now as I said this is a simple routine and doesn’t include other things like retinols, treatments, eye creams etc. but it should be a good starter guide!

If you would like more information on how to get the best from your skincare routine or to find out more about my personalised Beauty Boxes then please get in touch info@33dowanhill.com.

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The Get Knotted RECIPE for transforming your barn wedding venue!

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To create warmth and intimacy in a large, vacuous area – a complete blank canvas – you will need:

Ingredients:
• Style, flair and vision
• Lighting
• Props
• One happy couple, friends and family

Method:

The entrance:
• Make your entrance a teaser for your guests by decorating it with lanterns or fairy lights
• Arrange lights as a pathway leading inside

The ceremony:

• Create an aisle using fresh bay trees in baskets or silver storm lanterns to walk in between as you head towards your groom
• A floral arch makes the most romantic place to say your “I do’s” underneath
• Use plenty of candle light to add to enhance the romantic atmosphere as you get married
• Match your chair cover fabrics or bale covers and cushions with the drapes to carry your theme throughout the barn..

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The décor:

• Divide the space inside your barn into clearly defined areas – seating, chill out, dining, bar and dancing
• Use colourful drapes to soften the light and create smaller spaces
• Be bold with fabrics and colours for a unique look
• Barrels make great poseur tables and can be great for creating more intimate spaces
• Use lots of glass wear, candles and flowers to set the scene. Group stemmed cylinder vases of different heights with floating candles to emphasise the size and structure of your barn
• Create dramatic groupings of candle holders, flowers and even fruits depending on your style and theme for added special touches to your tables
• Create a seating area with low lighting and fun soft furnishings, such as inflatable sofas, straw bales and coffee tables
• Use wide trestle tables to make use of the space, which will also provide you with enough space for food and decorations
• Reduce vast expanses of empty wall with carefully positioned lighting such as twig lights or LED birch tree lights. Use these at different heights for some added warmth. You can also use lighting to show off quirky features in your barn.

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And there you have it, a recipe for transforming a barn into something wonderful. All you need to do now is enjoy your special day!

Lindsey / Get Knotted