When considering your wedding table centrepieces, why not think outside the box? I just love to see something up-cycled and given a new purpose and a fresh lease of life. I finished this today. This is an up-cycled Birdcage planter -Wedding Table Centrepiece. Sprayed pewter grey. Filled with moss and pillar candles. Dusky pink sash and coordinating flowers.
My new Craft and Meeting room is nearly finished. I’m SO excited. Can’t wait to share it with you!
2018 is filling up fast for invitations so I will be glad to get in here!
Wedding Invitations to match this theme can be seen HERE.
Are you planning on popping a wee Wedding Bathroom Basket in the ladies for your wedding Guests?
Usually when we ladies attend a wedding, we don’t carry our usual ‘suitcase’ style handbag along with us. Generally, we have a stylish and glamorous clutch bag, which we would be lucky to fit our lippy and purse in.
A wedding is often a very long day between the Ceremony and the Reception. Quite often we would really like to freshen up, or find a blister on our heel, or god forbid, accidentally tear a seam in our dress…… We are NOT likely to have a sewing kit in our bags right?
So there’s nothing nicer we could do for our wedding guests, than make sure we have a supply of the ‘little things’ we might need during the course of the day.
Here is a few things you might like to consider popping into your basket for your lovely Lady guests. xx
Today I am sharing these beautiful handmade die-cut Invitations which were made for Kelly and David, who got Married this month in Belfast. Thank you for letting me share them.
Kelly & David were having an elegant style, grey and pink wedding. Pink Floral arrangements, grey suits for the men. Their Invitations, featuring white lace die cut card, silver satin ribbon, and just a touch of pink achieved by adding gorgeous hydrangea petals, were just what they wanted to send out to their family and friends.
Handmade Die cut lace panel card with a Charcoal mat card on inside. Featuring Silver grey satin ribbon, a pink Hydrangea petal. Pearl and diamante button embellishment finishes them off. You will find a very similar design here featuring Lilac. Follow me on Facebook for more examples like this.
Sunday again! This week’s inspiration board comes from my French Theme wedding Invitations and Favour bottles.
If you’re like me and adore French style, Incorporating it into your wedding will be a no brainer. This can be done softly or boldly. Like these Black & White French Design Wedding Invitations and accessories. Hand embossed dotty card, Black envelopes.. black satin ribbon…White Organza ribbon and purple roses. Mini Glass bottles with corks. personalised tags and labels.
As Black and white are canvas colours, you are able to add any pop of colour to complete this look at your wedding.