Saturday, 4 May 2013

Where have I gone?

I have moved my blog over to Perfect Day Wishes ... please pop by and catch up with what I'am up to and leave me a comment.

Saturday, 30 March 2013

A Touch of Purple

Thought I would share with you some purple themed wedding stationery that I have had the pleasure in making for some wonderful couples.
The large photo was a lavender themed wedding it was glorious, as it was held in France surrounded by lavender fields; these boxes contained scrolls with a wedding quiz and each box was decorated with a personalised tag and ribbons. To add a finishing touch the bride provided all her guests with little bags (small middle bottom) containing lavender seeds for them to grow.
Then we move to Italy (top small photos) a simple pocket invite with the wedding date in Roman Numerals, the invite had a photo of where the groom popped the question. To complete the look they had place name tags that hung from favour cones ready to take to the sweet buffet. Each table had menu cards to match.
Then the 'Initial' themed wedding, the bride and grooms initials were used to decorate the invites, the order of service and the seating plan, the bottom small left photo was the place names and inside each was the guests menu choice.
Want see more of my bespoke items? Like the mini handbag favours?
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Wednesday, 27 March 2013

All Out British

I am currently making these affordable British Heart Wedding Invitations, a simple design with crisp clean lines and high quality card wrapped around an insert with the all important wedding details.

The design was inspired from the build up to all things British and the feel good factor we have to be from Blighty.

They have all been printed, trimmed, scored and now they are ready to be assembled and sent to the happy bride & groom to be. I am going to be busy, I hope you like please leave me a comment.
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Sunday, 24 March 2013

Sweet Surprise Favours

Favours, place names, menus all this to think about is enough to drive you crazy when trying to organise the sit down meal for your wedding. Caterers wanting to know whose sitting where and what they are eating can be an absolute minefield. If you're like me then you'll have lists and lists along with Excel spreadsheets detailing all the information but trying to retain it all and get it organised well...poof it goes up in smoke!

I have a solution, take the stress out of some of the planning by adding your place names to your favours and  your guests menu choices because let's face it who really remembers what they have ordered when the invite came through the letterbox 6 months ago!

Each favour has four sides and is threaded with ribbon so you end up with a favour that has four pockets ready to fill with delights for your guests to take away; take a peek here as they are on offer x

Why not fill with luxurious diamond bath melts, your guests simply pop them in the bath and lavish themselves in the all-natural pampering skin softening properties these delightful shapes have to offer.
Priced from only £2.50 for 10 they are an affordable choice; take a peek at the vast variety here: Bath Bomb
Want to see other favour ideas? What about bath-time goodies to fill your favours?
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Saturday, 23 February 2013

Time to Glow

My artisan friends from West Norfolk have opened their online boutique. 
They hand craft bath-time luxuries to suit all those different styles & tastes....check out their boutique and get ready to wrap your skin in the delights of Bath Bomb Creations.

Sunday, 10 February 2013

Sweet Tweet

Sharing a sweet tweet, these two little love birds are just oozing with awww-ness!
Look after them carefully, there little wings may start going and then they've flown away.
Cut using Home Deco cartridge on the Cricut, mounted and layered.

Saturday, 9 February 2013

Heart & Craft

Little hearts printed with a unique personal message, then gently folded in half and adhered to a card front printed with random dots in neat rows; a little red & black heart was added to break up the repetition.