Friday Favourites - DIY Centrepieces and Cake Stands

Happy Friday everyone! I found these great ideas via pinterest the other day, what easy and cheap ways to decorate using old plates, glasses and candlestick holders. Such a fun way to decorate a table for a wedding or birthday party or to just have around the house. Enjoy!

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Style Feature - Boutonnieres

the little ol' boutonniere, hope I've spelt that right, eek! I'm just loving some of these fun creations... what's your fav?

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Style Board No. 15 - Fall in Love... Autumn Inspiration

An inspiration board for all you brides in the Northern Hemisphere who are having a Autumn wedding. Enjoy!

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greylikesweddings, better homes and gardens, stylemepretty,, geoff white photography,,

Flowers for the week...

Lets start the week off with a beautiful bouquet of flowers, a stunning mix of peach pink with light grey accents from Precious Pear

Friday Favourites - DIY Doily Lamp

Yay for Friday! it's been a crazy busy week for me, lots going on in the studio with new Save the Date orders streaming in for 2012 weddings and I have been working on a few new designs for both wedding stationery and nursery prints, I'm hoping to give you a sneak peak next week, so stay tuned!

Check out this fun DIY Lamp, how cool is this? I think I will definitely have to give this one a go. You can get all of the details on how to create this fun DIY project at dos family

Style Feature - Seating Cards

Happy Monday! hope you have all had a lovely weekend.

Today's inspiration board is all about seating/escort cards. These important little pieces of stationery are one of the first things your guests will see at your wedding reception, and most importantly will set the tone for the rest of the evening. One important thing to remember when creating you seating/escort card display is to keep in theme with the rest of your wedding, if your having a fun outside garden wedding then use flowers or part of the garden to display your cards, think old wooden crates or baskets filled with moss and tall flowers or wrap old twine around a thick tree trunk and peg your cards around it, the options are endless...