Happy Valentines: Wedding Heart Ideas
Happy Valentines Day lovelies! I could be talking into the ether here as I’m sure many of you will be enjoying an incredibly romantic evening with your beau… Mr Want That Wedding surprised me yesterday with the most expensive view in town. Yes, we went right to the top of The Shard in London for a magnificent view of our city. Tonight we’re having a cosy night in and I’m just getting this post out before our pork belly is cooked.
I have a double whammy post today, the first is to wish you a very HAPPY VALENTINES and share some pretty valentines | super sweet heart wedding ideas…
There are some really lovely and subtle ways to incorporate hearts into your wedding styling. I heart these super cute ideas… which one is your fave?
…and the second is to tell you this… A few weeks ago I had a very exciting invite drop into my inbox.
So that’s where I’ve been today… living it up in the ultra chic hotel Belgraves. My fellow bloggers and I were treated to bloody marys, coupes of champagne and lots and lots of delicious canapés.
Mark escorted us up to Belgrave’s exclusive studio suite, which was beautifully set-up~ as though a bride were getting ready for her big day. The room was magnificent with stunning London views. Two outrageously gorgeous Oscar de la Renta wedding gowns hung in the wardrobe area and a beautiful, intricately woven veil was strewn across the lavish bed.
If you’re looking for a gorgeous room to stay in the night before your big day. This.is.it. They even pop in some unashamedly girly wedding vids to keep you entertained!
All in all we had a lovely morning and Mark spoilt. us. rotten. Thanks so much Mark! Ladies do check out Niemierko to find out more about Mr N. and his fabulous weddings and events.
And one last shot… here we all are having fun in the photobooth.
And of course… I DO ♥ MR.N.
Designed and Planned: Mark Niemierko
Venue: Belgraves Hotel
Florals: Rob Van Helden
Dresses, Shoes and Veil: Oscar de la Renta
Photobooth: Booth Nation
Cupcakes: Maisie Fantaisie
Photography: Jeremy Enness