Making each aspect of your wedding as personalised as possible can be tricky! Using a polaroid photo, old image or even a slide as a name tag will be a special keepsake for your guests, who will love your effort and thought.What You Will Need: Photo frames – you can use any sort of frame!
Driftwood and shells make an incredibly beautiful wall hanging! Beachy and rustic, your guests can hang a reminder of your wedding day on their wall, which is extra special when handmade by your gorgeous self! Once you’ve got the basics, you can make these shell hangings much larger and in more intricate designs. However, if
Bleached white blooms are in demand just now, and heralding some excellent news, we bring you an easy way to create that beachy, light and airy tablescape! Using dried flowers, you can put together romantic centrepieces to create a dreamy vision in white.If you’re organised, you can dry your own flowers. Look for delicate shapes
In the multitude of ways there are to spoil your bridesmaids, let’s not forget to feed them, and feed them well! If you will all be getting ready together in the morning, a personalised brunch basket is not only delicious, but looks so beautiful too!So easy to put together, a breakfast basket can contain all
I made this dried flower headband on a whim for a wedding recently, then promptly left it at home! Apart from counting the days until the next function where I can wear it (and I’m mum to a two year old, so it’s unlikely to happen anytime soon), I needed to share this tutorial with
I love nothing more than looking down a long table at a celebration and seeing it topped with treats, beautiful blooms, fun decor and plenty of beautifully folded napkins just waiting for their guests to dine. The Colour Issue is all about easy ways to add a little colour to your wedding day, and for
As we are quickly learning throughout The Colour Issue, one of the quickest and easiest ways to add colour to your wedding? Start with the tabletop! Today, we’ve devised an easy (oh so!) tutorial to create your own colourful napkins to delight your guests and make your table settings really stand out.Plain napkins in a
Sewing a fabric purse can seem a little overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. Never fear! Here’s a step by step tutorial for you, laid out simply, so you can make a gorgeous bag your pals will adore, and use well after the wedding!I couldn’t resist this heavy cotton duck fabric covered with
Weddings which embrace a rainbow of colour are pretty special and we wanted to honour all the fun, with a cake topper that embraced the bright and beautiful in celebration of The Colour Issue.Pom poms are full of fun and whimsy and today’s cake topper is easy (it has just four steps!) to create yourself.
Brightly coloured bath bombs are fizzy delights that are spectacularly easy to whip up, and give to your pals for a night of pampering! Filled with essential and soothing oils, plus natural ingredients, this bath treat is a sweet and easy handmade gift.Fizzy and colourful bath bombs can also be made in bulk if you’re
The confetti or petal toss is a truly iconic moment of any wedding. Using just a couple of simple materials and a little practice, making these sweet little cones at home is a fun and simple DIY activity to undertake with your family or bridesmaids. And it will help save a few costs too!Here is
The summer and holiday season means get togethers and festive craftiness is right up our alley. And, if it involves plants, we’re IN! Making a kokedama ball is (warning!) highly addictive and loads of fun. They make the sweetest gifts for guests or look epic piled high as a table centrepiece. Plus, double win, they’ll
It’s that time of year – when we take a look back and round up our favourites! Today, sharing our favourite DIY Christmas tutorials to really help you get in the Christmas spirit! Happy DIY’ing.CHOC-COCONUT CHRISTMAS PUDDING BALLS TUTORIALThese delicate little Christmas pudding balls are great as a treat with your cup of tea or
A long time lover of herbs in bouquets it seemed the right time this month, being feasting month, to add some delectable vegetables to these lush bunches of blooms. If you’d like to get creative with your wedding bouquets, edible stems may be the way to go! Follow along with this easy tutorial to find
As the temperature heats up, looking for beautiful and refreshing drinks for your guests is a must! This moreish pear and ginger homemade cordial is a gorgeous beverage and can be paired with chilled water, sparkling water or cocktails. With lashings of fresh ginger and mint, you’ll have guests asking for the recipe before you