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Wedding Inspiration

The unexpected surprise of coloured chairs is guaranteed to bring gasps of surprise from your guests. Rather than going the usual route of hiring chairs, you could use coloured chairs as a starting point for your wedding palette and build your theme around them.Chair from The ProperyYes, it will be a lot of work if

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This dreamy, smoky colour – perfect for those with dark red hair or dark hair – very sultry!–     Combine with pale blush pink and raspberry red–    Pale grey, black and stark white–    Hot pink, lilac and grey–    Mauve pink, dark purple, hints of fresh green and ivory–    Sage green, grey and soft yellow–    With

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Think of clouds in a dawn sky, the soft mauve of spring flowers – for those of us who love to be ultra feminine.–    Combine with ivory, and purples of the spectrum from dark to mid to pale–    With cornflower blue and chocolate–    With mid grey and burgundy–    With white, dove grey and silver–    With

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I love anything that brings light to a wedding – fairy lights, candles and lanterns. Lanterns add a special magic to a wedding reception or party. There are so many cost effective and simply beautiful, lanterns and they can be such a stunning feature at your wedding.Photo by NK PhotographyPhoto by Millie Holloman from Salt

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One of the most important things you can do while wedding planning is spending quality one on one time with your other half.Going on a date and having a great time together without worrying about how Great Aunt Alice is going to get from one venue to another can give you the respite that you

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A soft yellow reminiscent of spring days, tea parties and elegance.–    Combine with touches of Tiffany blue and sand and white–    With soft tans, old gold and metallic brass finishes–    With soft ‘old rose’ pink and white–    With light smoke blue and rose pink–    With soft lilac, and mist grey in leaves, soft green–    With

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A soft dainty yellow – the colour of spring, primroses and happiness.– Combine with fresh spring green, soft apricot and white– With soft grey and white and touches of bronze– With soft grey green and touches of deeper orange– With mauve and a palette of greens ranging from deep, grass, spring to pale greens– With

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A happy colour that is either all sunshine and lollipops, or rich and sumptuous!–    Combine with deep olive green and mustard/gold, cream–    With fresh green, orange and touches of cherry red–    With slate blue, soft grey and touches of black–    With hot pink and orange and touches of soft green–    With purple blue (think grape

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A soft feminine colour that looks charming with dark, blonde and especially dark red hair, use this gorgeous colour as a different take on pink.– Combine with coffee and cream and perhaps touches of soft bronze/brown– with soft dove grey, white and black– with pale to mid spring greens and soft yellow and white– with

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A mid range tone – bright, spicey and joyful! – combine with mid grey, soft grey and touches of black for elegance– white, white and more white, with the smallest touches of dark jewelled jade green, or turquoise or deep purple maroon– greens from jade, spring green, blue green, grey green, lime/fern green– brights –

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I have two fun videos to share with you on this cold Saturday! Improv Everywhere set up a surprise weddingI loved Corey and Rachel’s wedding invitationand the directions?

Picture the deep red orange colour of coral. Not a bright orange, but veering towards the browner side of the orange spectrum.This gorgeous colour could be accessorised with:– browns of all intensities – from chocolate to mid brown to taupe, add a touch of turquoise– greys from charcoal to pale grey– grey greens and sage

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A pretty way to add decoration to a door, wall, chair or even fireplace at your wedding venue is to use a wreath. There are so many beautiful and different wreaths that can reflect the personality of your wedding. Wreath from Martha Stewart Weddings, Wreath from BridesSymbolising hope and a never ending future, the circle

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A blush pink, soft as a baby’s cheek and ultra feminine.Combine with:– slightly darker pinks – think the inside petals of a rose– white, in all its different shades from pink-white to off-white– soft grey – embellish this with pink crystals, pink sashes, pink shoes to tie it into your pink scheme– pale coffee/stone to

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I was recently sent a Sony DPFD72 digital photo frame to trial. Being new to the world of digital photo frames but with a love of photos I was interested to take a spin.The screen on the Sony DPFD72 Digital Photo Frame is seven inches, LCD with a sleek black finish- much like the Sony

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