Original and unique ideas to make the wedding guest book fun.
There is nothing worse as a guest than feeling hungry at a wedding, a way around it is to make sure there are plenty of little treats to keep them sustained between meals. I treated my guests to an array of sweets in various glass containers, these went down extremely with old and young but my favourite had to be these peppermint flavoured sweets handmade using a vintage button mould. Buttons appe
I recently noticed that a lot of the DIY projects I've been bookmarking are all ombre themed. The subtle graduation of color can usually compliment any existing color palette you might already have in mind for your wedding. Below are 8 DIY projects that I'm thrilled to share, and hopefully inspire :)
I can find a lot of fault with my face, but my eyes I love. They’re watery grey in colour and seem to flash ever more green as I get older. They sit below a pair of dark, often wayward looking brows, and are framed by thick, long eyelashes. They cause me no concern, at least not in the way my skin or nose might. But that doesn’t mean I didn’t welcome the opportunity to learn how to make the best
A sweet and simple DIY that will make an impact at your wedding: breezy flags. Dye the fabric, use muslin or any shades of fabric to suit your motif.
It’s Tuesday so it must mean it’s time for another DIY Tutorial. Today it is the turn of the Lovely Laura, who you will know from her Bridal diarys. Laura’s wedding which is now in April (currently moved from September) has a whole load of DIY going on, so she has been kind enough to share some of her DIY projects with us. Today we are looking at how to make decorated papier-mâché letters.