Morning lovelies! Hope you’re all well this mid-September weekend! I have a bit of mixed feelings: missing the hot, long summer days but somehow looking forward to autumn, not because I like cold weather – far from it! I do however have a bit of a things for winterboots and coats, and frankly, I can’t wait for the next few months to see how things are going to pan out with #projectsharm 😉

It’s time for another round of online crème de la crème. A tough one this week, as there was so much beauty going on in the blogosphere this week that narrowing down my faves proved to be quite tough!

Everyone likes a competition, right?! And with what weddings cost these days, wouldn’t it be amazing if you could win something that helps with your big day? If you haven’t found your wedding photographer yet, then get yourself on Sarah Morris Photography blog and enter her competition to win your wedding photography! Sarah’s competition is open to anyone, anywhere in the world, but don’t forget to check the T&Cs. And just to get you a little excited, here’s a sneaky picture from Sarah’s collections…

Floral arrangement, Wedding Photographer, Wedding photography, UK wedding photographer, Wedding photography competition, Competition, Sarah Morris Photography, Win your wedding photography, Wedding competition This week there have been some interesting discussion posts out there in the wedding blogosphere, but to start with I want to share with you this post on Grey Likes Wedding touching on the difference between Digital and Film photography. Some of the world’s best known wedding photographers have contributed to this post offering insights into the two based on their personal experience. Personally I haven’t seen any post out there that breaks down the pros and cons as well as this one. It’s helpful for you, brides, who are faced with the option and just cannot decided what kind of photography is best for your big day; but it also helps other wedding photographers, who are perhaps in a transition phase, to decide which shooting medium best suits their professional career.

I have a bit of a crush on orange at the moment. Perhaps it’s autumn getting more and more real, but when I saw this flower arrangement on Pinterest I couldn’t help but go and check out the rest on Ruffled blog, beautifully shot by Linnea Paulina Photography and arranged by Kae + Ales.

Dahlia and Snapdragon Floral Arrangements, Ruffled blog, Linnea Paulina Photography, Kae + Ales, Orange flowers, Yellow flowers, Rustic florals, Rustic flowers, Styled shoot, Wedding blog, Linen and Silk blog This week I’m also loving these vintage-inspired hair accessories by Britten as seen on Rock My Wedding. You know I’ve never been so much of a vintage girl, but the Great Gatsby inspired party I attended back in August kind of changed that a bit 😉 I loved looking for vintage-inspired accessories and then adding a bit of a modern spin to my outfit, so when I saw these vintage-inspired heirlooms I was actually really impressed with them. They’re not imitation, they don’t try to fool anyone into believing they’re original vintage. They’re exactly how Charlotte describes them: timeless and effortlessly classic. Check them out on Rock My Wedding!

And finally, the wedding of the week is for me this stunning London elopement on London Bride shot by the amazing Dasha Caffrey. Just look at THAT dress and tell me if you are not totally in love with it?!

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Just because I’m in the mood for something non-wedding related, here’s the soundtrack that kept me going this last week. It’s been a bit of a difficult week at Linen and Silk so I desperately needed some feel-good music to keep going. This tune is the one that did it for me: Sonnentanz by Klangkarussell. Nothing special about this video, just a bunch of girls dancing a rooftop and enjoying the sunshine – I just love the energy!

Lots of love!

xoxo Betta