My Wedding Day

It's been 3 years this month since Ryan & I got married so I thought i'd share our day with you. We got married at Didsbury House Hotel. It was and is still the perfect venue. It's a Victorian Villa that has all the period charm you could hope for but it also has the modern element I wanted in an elegant way. The ceiling roses, coving and roll top baths - what more could I have wanted?

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Hannah Wilkinson
The Florist

Every now and again you can feel a bit alone in business especially working from home and against the vast world of Instagram... but then one day you choose to talk to someone new and suddenly you're involved in something amazing.

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Hannah Wilkinson
Siobhan + David

Siobhan and David's big day was the first big wedding I got to be a part of (apart from my lovely friends Joe + Chelle). Siobhan was a pleasure to work with and created stationery that really tied together their beautiful winter wedding.

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Hannah Wilkinson
Invitation Timeline

Sending out your wedding stationery can be a bit confusing. You don't want to send them out too early and have people feel its too soon and you definitely don't want to send them too late and not give your guests enough time to RSVP. Plus you have to work in the time to get it all designed and printed.

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Hannah Wilkinson
Picking your Stationery

Weddings can cost a lot and deciding where to spend your money can be difficult to manage. Pinterest has only made this harder with the amazing weddings you can see. I don't know about you but I planned a Pinterest wedding, sobbed a little and cancelled my plan of a Kimye flower wall and Justin Timberlake serenading me down the aisle (although in my head I thought maybe one of my bridesmaids would pull off the upgraded Gary Barlow style surprise with a well placed Tweet). 

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Hannah Wilkinson
Naming your tables

Like everything with your wedding you will overthink it. The best thing to do when deciding things for you wedding is to stay true to your style as a couple whether thats low-key or high-end. You don't want to pretend to be something your not. At my wedding we didn't have a theme as such and my husband found the idea of naming the tables cringey as he doesn't really like to create attention to himself. So we opted for numbers - simple and another thing ticked off the list.

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Hannah Wilkinson