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Gift Wrapping Ideas for Christmas – Creativity Ideas Reusing Materials

Christmas is coming, and also the funniest time of year to make wrapping. Within the existing variety, I will show you some selection of rustic, fun, and easy ways to wrap your Christmas gifts that you can make at your home.   Wrappings only with Kraft paper and paintings like this one bellow. Photo credits: https://loom.ly/x3uYnjM   Lovely wrapping with cats:                       Photo credits: https://loom.ly/nXbm1Vs // Photo credits: https://loom.ly/f80Zu40                     Picture from Pinterest      Photo credits: www.ohohdeco.com/10-diy-wrap-gifts-craft-paper   You can […]

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3 Must-Know Actions, You Should Know, Before Buying your wedding invitations - that no one tells you

3 Must-Know Actions, You Should Know, Before Buying your wedding invitations – that no one tells you

One of the most important parts of planning your wedding is choosing the wedding invitations. This step is crucial because it’s the first impression your guests will get from what they can expect of your wedding and will have to represent a little of what the wedding will be like. Looking for your ideal invitation can be arduous but very exciting as well. I went through it too and it looked like a soap opera. That’s why I’m sharing this 3 advice with you. So, based on what I have learned and the experience I have with my brides, I […]

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What time fo the day should you get married

WHAT TIME OF DAY SHOULD YOU GET MARRIED?

Historically, between 11 am, and 1 pm remain the most popular ceremony time. However, a candlelit wedding or a wedding at sunset could be very romantic, don’t you think? Photo credits: Vitor Pinto The day you meet with your venue coordinator, you’ll be presented with options for the scheduled timings. Things to consider when choosing the time of your ceremony One of the main things to take into consideration when selecting the time of your wedding ceremony is the time of the year it is taking place. For example, if you are getting married during the winter months, you may […]

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The New Studio

We have recently changed to a new studio. Now we have more than 90m2, to produce, create, photograph and ship our items. Below, I show you a sneak peek of our studio. If you want to know more about us, sign up to our newsletter, so you’ll know all in first hand. Check at right to subscribe >  Our landscape. We are privileged to have this stunning landscape. You’re welcome to visit us. This is the first thing you’ll see when you enter the studio. A stunning greenery wall. Our table to make some pauses and receive our providers. Finally, the […]

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Why the Wedding Ring is work on the Left Hand?

Why the Wedding Ring is worn on Left Hand?

Wedding rings are a sweet symbol of eternal love throughout history. The tradition of wedding rings came about in Egypt, about 4,800 years ago. The circle symbolizes eternity, with no beginning or end. The story of why the wedding ring is worn on the left hand can be traced back to ancient times. In that era, the Romans believed that the vein in the ring finger (the fourth finger) on the left hand ran directly to one’s heart. Because of this belief, they called that vein the “vena amoris” or vein of love. Naturally, to solidify a union based on love, […]

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Wedding Table Decor - Wedding Flower Checklist

Wedding Flower Checklist

A Guide to All The Wedding Flowers You’ll Need – Personal Flowers – Who gets flowers at a wedding? Obviously, the brides and bridesmaids, but there are others who will potentially need personal flowers, as well. Here’s every person flower to consider: Bride’s bouquet Bride’s floral crown or hair flowers Bridesmaids’ bouquets Tossing bouquet (for the bouquet toss at the reception) Flower girl’s bouquet (or basket of petals, floral crown, or pomander) Groom’s boutonniere Groomsmen’s boutonnieres Ring bearer’s boutonniere Mother of the bride’s corsage or nosegay Mother of the groom’s corsage or nosegay Father of the bride’s boutonniere Father of […]

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6 things to do with your wedding flowers - dried flowers

6 things to do with your flowers after the wedding

The flowers are one of the most beautiful details of the Wedding day and one thing you can avoid is throwing them out after the reception. This is what you can do with your flowers after the Wedding day: 1. Use them as Gifts Use the flowers as take-home gifts for your guests. Whether you choose to use the flowers to bulk up your Wedding favors, or even instead of your Wedding favors, simply ask the stylist to make mini bunches of the flowers from the ceremony and then hand them out to guests at the reception. 2. Dry Them Preserve your […]

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