Green wedding shoes posted a gorgeous DIY tutorial this week. I love the stripy bags and name tags and washi tape too. I’d like to come up with some other treats you can include in the bags – any ideas?
For a crafty wedding or party theme these table numbers would look stunning. So many possible ways to fit them with your own theme too via Paper Moon Weddings.
Oh Happy Day have done it again! A gorgeous flower garland using fairy lights and cupcake wrappers. I love to collect baking stuff but sometimes I don’t use what I’ve bought for a very long time. This is a great way to use up some of my collection and add a romantic pop of colour to an event or room.
Simple, low cost and impactful. This is a great tutorial and very flexible for whatever your event theme from Green Wedding Shoes.
Wow! This gorgeous DIY tutorial just popped in my feed, courtesy of Oh Happy Day! Such a cute and thoughtful gift for any bride you know.
One of my favourite freebie/tutorial sites Elinée posted this garland tutorial last weekend. These will look great hung around an entrance, photobooth, or to decorate a table – and the example is in my colours too!
I first saw a ruffled icing cake on Amy Atlas‘s blog a few years back. I immediately fell in love with this simple but stunning effect. I find it be not overly fussy (which many cakes can be), and in one colour it can be incredibly chic. I’ve even seen ombre versions which are amazing.
This tutorial from Bakers Royale takes you step by step through the process of doing your own ruffle cake.
Next week Andy and I are taking our mums to the Wedding Event with a Difference in Nottingham. I’m really looking forward to checking out the Peach Blossom stall and getting inspired by all the wedding eye candy.
Adore by Chloe will be hosting some DIY workshops at the event and although I haven’t signed up for any of them yet, I am a regular visitor to Chloe’s blog and I do like to check out the DIY projects that she posts, including this lovely wedding sign tutorial.