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Tuesday Type – Minnie

by | Made, Tuesday Type

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TUESDAY TYPE

Minnie

How cute is this font? Minnie delivers playfulness and cuteness in spades – so if you’re after a fun, not too serious feel to your invitations, Minnie has it all! Graduated bright colours would work well here, or turn it on its head and try it in copper on a plain pale grey background.

Minnie™ 1

Minnie is available from My Fonts.

Etsy Roundup – Beautiful Bridal Veils

by | Etsy Roundup, Made

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Etsy-Roundup

Beautiful Bridal Veils

  1. Double layer veil from Bridal Ambiance 2. Chapel length veil from Percy Handmade 3. Juliette cap veil from All About Romance 4. Chantilly lace edged veil from I Do Wedding Veils 5. Veil with beads, pearls and crystals from Bride La Boheme 6. Juliette cap veil from Madame Tulle

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Cocktail Friday – Vantage Australia’s Vantage Mojito

by | Cocktail Friday, Made

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Vantage Mojito

This Cocktail Friday, we’re enjoying an Australian twist on one of the world’s most popular cocktails, the Mojito. From Vantage Australia, the Tasmanian pepper-berries and the mint leaves mix back with the bite of lemon myrtle and mandarin to create a new sensation for an old classic. Perfect for a rustic wedding, the Vantage Mojito could become my new favourite!

Ingredients:
45 ml Vantage
6-8 fresh mint leaves
6 fresh lime wedges (half a fresh lime cut into wedges)
1 tsp. vanilla sugar (15 ml sugar syrup)
30 ml soda water

Method:
Place the lime wedges and sugar into tall Collins glass and muddle well. Add the mint leaves, crushed ice, Vantage and soda water and stir.
Top with a small scoop of crushed ice and garnish with a lime wedge and mint leaf.

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