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DIY Tutorials

As you know, we love a wedding DIY that’s simple, affordable and memorable. Our tutorial for ‘His and Her Favourite Sweet Favours’ ticks all those boxes.  It’s personal, allowing a little insight to the bride and groom. It’s cute (as things in packets tend to be!), it won’t break the bank with only a few materials required, and

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These mini geometric triangle pinatas add so much fun and colour to any wedding celebration, and are so much fun to create! They make the perfect table setting and can be filled with any extra treats you’d like to give to your guests. You could also craft the pinatas ‘en-masse’ for a stunning display (reception

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The thing I love most about wedding DIYs is that the very process of creating allows you to inject a little of your personality into the details; this can make for a wedding day that is truly ‘you’ and something that your guests will appreciate. When creating these watercolour seating cards, I really wanted a feminine, whimsical

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If you’re looking for a simple way to personalise gifts for your guests, look no further! It’s a lot of fun to think of creative and thoughtful gift ideas for your bridesmaids or guests at your bridal shower, just don’t forget the wrapping! If you’d like to make these on a larger scale (for example,

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Image by Scripts With Style Would you like to add a personal touch to your wedding invitation but think your handwriting is not up to scratch? Using ink could be the medium for you. It’s a lot of fun to work with and can produce a rough, handwritten look that is gaining in popularity for

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Hanging floral arrangements are appearing at weddings and bridal showers everywhere. I have come across countless events with beautiful bright flowers or greenery in varying arrangements hanging from ceilings, high on walls and even trees. And I can understand why. Extending your decorating to above ground level, opens up a whole new opportunity to add

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It is my professional opinion that no event can be adversely affected by the presence of a floral garland! I love them, in every shape and size, in every colour, and using every different type of bloom. You really can’t go wrong decorating walls, tables, beams or furniture with flowers, and luckily for us, it

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Hanging decorations are a great way to make a large statement at your wedding without breaking the bank. The thing is, when it comes to creating large visual focal points at your wedding that are not floral based, it can be difficult to know where to begin. This tutorial to create a gorgeous twine sphere decoration involves a simple process that

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Nothing says Christmas more to us at Green and Bloom than a beautiful wreath; either on the front door or as a decorative detail on a wall, a wreath is all about festive cheer. Our easy Christmas wreath tutorial is super quick – and super fun – and with the wonderfully fragrant eucalyptus, is wonderfully

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If you’re planning a picnic or outdoor event, these sweet cutlery holders will add beautiful detail to the day. They’re so very easy to make, and can hold all sorts of different utensils – or even invitations, seating arrangements – the list goes on! But for today’s tutorial, imagine lovely packed lunches, hay bales, sweeping

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It’s the time of year when shops are filled to the brim with tinsel and baubles and crazy Christmas shopping expeditions are unavoidable. I seem to find myself craving the joy of giving handmade, thoughtful gifts – and creating these festive gold candles was the perfect place to start! I chose a polka dot theme

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How we adore a flower crown! From bright, bold Frida-inspired crowns to soft romantic clustered headpieces, all the way to delicate baby’s breath halos. While the flower crown trend is burning as hot as ever in wedding terms, this floral headdress is anything but a flash in the pan trend, and has been gracing heads

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If you like to do a little sewing and have a stash of fabrics hidden away somewhere, this tutorial is perfect for you! These fabric lavender hearts make beautiful gifts, either for guests at your wedding, for friends and family who are coming to stay, or even for something special at Christmas time! Filled with

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Is it just me, or is there is something deliciously bohemian about Shibori? Shibori is an ancient Japanese style of dying textiles by utilising different techniques such as binding, wrapping and clipping to ‘resist’ the dye, leaving a glorious pattern within the fabric. This tutorial uses a combination of wooden clothes pegs, rubber bands, thick card and

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If you love the idea of flower crowns but would like to try something a little different this Spring, why not put together this gold foliage floral crown yourself? You don’t need too much equipment, and can go foraging for your greenery and flowers. Such a fun idea for a gift (extra points because it’s

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