Welcome back to another rainbow series post. This time we have blue!
There are so many shades of blue from light pastel shades and baby blues, to greener tones, dusky grey-blues and popular royal and navy blues.
I have scoured the internet… ok Pinterest! to again find many a picture and all your blue wedding inspiration.
As always, enjoy!
Who knew there were so many shades of green?
Moss, sage, lime, emerald… the list goes on, but whichever green you choose, it is a lovely theme colour for your wedding!
Again, here are a few pictures and ideas for your green wedding :)
Recently, I have been seeing more and more weddings that are ‘adults only’ and to be honest, I’m not too sure how I feel about this. Yes, this means that there will be no crying or kids running around, or parents possibly having to leave early, but guess what? It also means that there will be no pictures of kids in really smart suits, or running up to you saying how much you like like a princess, or those really special wedding photos that children seem to make. And who is ALWAYS first up on the dance floor? Correct, a little girl swinging her arms side to side getting the party started!
I hope that those are enough reasons to get those kids at your wedding, but yes, they probably will get bored. Never fear! Here are a few ideas that will keep them entertained and as good as gold on your special day
I thought that it would be quite difficult to find inspiration for an orange wedding, but it turns out that I love it! The colour is really fresh and goes with other colours that I really wouldn’t expect including green and pink. Continue reading
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From postcards to plates, there are loads of ideas for guest books these days. If thumb print trees are getting a bit samey, asks guests to make little thumb characters of themselves instead. Ask people where you should go on holiday or simply grab a few sharpies and let your guests imagination go wild!
I don’t like wedding cake. There I said it.
Ok, I’ll clarify, I don’t like the traditional fruit wedding cake – the one that’s a bit like Christmas cake, but with prettier decorations.
I’ve been to a few weddings in my time and only ever had this type of cake. I try and hide the disappointment on my face when the small slither of dark, fruit-filled cake comes my way and I begrudgingly peel off the thick icing to enjoy.