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While a sweet ring pillow is traditionally used during the wedding ceremony, a handmade and rustic ring pillow can also be used during a proposal! If you like to DIY and getting crafty, this sewing tutorial is perfect for you – and can be customised to suit your every whim!Once you have chosen your fabric

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When planning a proposal picnic, nothing but the best will do! Make these absurdly delicious dark chocolate and whiskey truffles, and they will most certainly be remembered, even over the high of getting engaged!These delectable delights can also be given as gifts and look extra snazzy when dipped in lovely toppings. I’ve used chopped pistachios

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Image by Jonathan Wherrett via Claire & Stewart’s Elegant Tasmanian WeddingIf you’re looking to add a little bit of creativity and something unique to your wedding, a little DIY is always a great idea! Here we’ve collected our top 5 Wedding DIY tutorials to help get the creative juices flowing to create something truly special.Image & Tutorial

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If you have a sweet tooth like yours truly, these chewy and crunchy Nutella and sprinkles macarons will hit the spot! Although it can be tricky to achieve the perfect glossy shell, I wholeheartedly suggest you dive in and give them a go. Macarons will look delicious and delightful accompanying any event spread and double

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I love flowers! And I absolutely love incorporating them into everything I possibly can (which you may have noticed by now!) Sweet violets, violas and pansies are quite popular currently and, luckily for me, I have several beauties growing in my garden. I was making my little girl’s first birthday cake a few weeks ago,

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Heart shaped beetroot crackers are so simple to make, and will add a very sweet touch to any cheese platter. These tasty morsels are perfect with dips, zingy cheese and crudites, and are delicious all on their own! You can use this method to make tasty vegetable crisps with other root veggies, using a heart

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Creating a spectacular centrepiece for your wedding can be extremely easy! This driftwood candle holder centrepiece doesn’t take long to put together, and can be styled in hundreds of different ways. Find some gorgeous driftwood, and get styling! Surround it with fluffy white blooms for a modern beach theme, or pile it up, laden with

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The cooler seasons bring beautifully frosty mornings, the smell of wood burning fires and, of course, weddings that are styled to wintery perfection! If you’re wanting to try a little DIY for your guest favours, give these mulled wine sachets a whirl. They smell like Christmas and are easy to whip together, making them a

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Sweet treats are always a winner, especially during winter. These delicious s’more favours will delight all your friends and family! And even more so if there’s a flame to toast the mallows on! S’mores are a yummy U.S. and Canadian invention, consisting of a roasted marshmallow sandwiched between melty chocolate and sweet biscuits – making

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Decorating for your wedding day or bridal shower can be incredibly effective by using a few simple ingredients. Making use of lengths of greenery to weave ivy wreaths can create a stunning centrepiece!If you’re fortunate to know someone with ivy growing wild in their garden, befriend them immediately! Otherwise, any foliage that is flexible will

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Cooking up favours for your guests is such a wonderfully personal idea! There’s no shortage of delicious recipes, but we’ve created this zingy grape and honey jam to perfectly accompany an Italian feast!Whether you’re wanting to bottle up this tasty jam for guests to take home, or serve it alongside antipasti platters and cheese, it’s

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How sweet is this flower crown made out of the plants du jour, succulents? They’re beautiful for your flower girls and bridesmaids, but would also make a nice statement piece for the bride too. Today Down the Garden Path, a quaint little floral studio in Sydney let us in on the secret to making these

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The best thing about organising a wedding, is that you are in charge of all the fun little details that make the day unique. If the dress code for your wedding is black tie, there is going to be certain things that will be predictable.  Your guests will be looking extra dapper in their black bow

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Embroidered linen napkins with each guest’s first initial is not a quick project ( no siree!), but it is simple and heartfelt. It’s a beautiful way to personalise your reception or event, and adds a little something extra for each guest to take home – a lovely bonus!Buy a bulk lot of napkins (or make

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It’s always good fun to use something so simple to create an impact on your wedding day, especially when it’s a little old school. Reworking these paper fortune tellers in classic thick card, en masse, gives a geometric and clean centrepiece that can be quite dramatic.Using black, white and grey textured card, you can make

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