Our new online Magazine…

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Design by Rhubka Design, Front Cover image by Alexa Loy Photography

We finally got there…

After a bit of a delay I’m pleased to announce our first ever Mr & Mrs Unique Online Magazine has now gone live!

The magazine is jammed pack full of amazing suppliers and inspirational wedding ideas. We hope to create this magazine twice a year, bringing you the best of Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter news stories, styling tips, photo shoots, real weddings and DIY projects.

A massive thank you to all the Mr & Mrs Unique suppliers that allowed me to use their photos, Lou from Whimsical Wonderland Weddings for her guest post, and a special thanks to Katerina from Ruhubka Design who designed the magazine and to Alexa Loy Photography for the front cover image.

Hope you enjoy our first edition….

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Mothers Day Craft & Bake Cake by Nevie-Pie…

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Mother’s Day Treat…

You may be already aware that I’m a massive fan of Nevie-Pie Cakes and also Natasha, the cake baking genius behind each design.

Natasha specialises in hand painted cakes, cookies and cupcakes. She has created delicious and visually stunning cakes for celebrity clients, Selfridges and The Kerrang Awards to name a few. She also takes part in innovative edible projects such as Eat Your Heart Out and even appeared on Blue Peter making gruesome eyeball pops for Halloween! Do you remember the ashtray hen do cake that hit the headlines last year? Well that was Natasha too!

And thats what I love about her… she creates these stunningly beautiful cakes that any bride would want on her big day… but she has a sense of humour and loves to take risks and play around with her skills. Thats why I love inviting her to our Mr & Mrs Unique photo shoots, she always creates something incredible.

Well, you’re in for a treat as she is happy for me to share her Mother’s Day Craft & Bake Cake, so over to Natasha…

I can still remember getting up early and picking a bunch of daffodils from the garden. Putting them in a vase and using them to decorate a breakfast tray which I would carefully carry up to my Mum who would still …