How to transform your venue with beautiful, paper details. WARNING: you’ll want to go out and buy them all!
Think pom poms are a bit overdone? Pom Pom Blossom have given them a delicate new twist with these paper, silk and hand-dyed versions. From £35, pompomblossom.com
Monochrome + punchy pinks = mega impact tables. We love the range of stationery, ribbons and tote bags at Brooklyn Bridal…
Paper flowers as vibrant and beautiful as these deserve to take pride of place at your venue. Hang them along a blank wall; from the backs of chairs; or use them as a ceremony backdrop for everyone to gaze at whilst you’re saying your vows. Garlands cost £35 at the paper-lover’s dream shop, Comeuppance.
Isn’t this the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen? Those giant paper beauties are the work of London-based designer Laura Reed – go check out her website Things By Laura for more amazing creations.
We are suckers for a cute quote – especially when it’s written in beautiful calligraphy and accented with watercolours. This one is by Polly and Me at Not on the High Street, £50.
The great thing about these ideas is that they can be used in your home after the big day (so you can feel less guilty about spending more of your budget!). Just make sure you put someone in charge of transporting them from your venue at the end of the wedding, so they don’t get damaged or go missing.
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If you’ve got a host of little flower girls, or just lots of younger wedding guests, these easy-to-make DIY wedding wands will keep them entertained for hours. They’ll also pretty up your sweetie table – make them in your wedding colours to carry your theme through. They’re really simple to make – here’s how…
Pinatas are expensive to buy if you’re looking for a cool shape and colourway, but that’s mostly because they’re time consuming to make, rather than being particularly difficult. We had a go at making this cute heart-shaped one and were really pleased with how it turned out! Plus, it cost less than a fiver to put together – all you need is some crepe paper and an old cardboard box. Here’s how…
We’ve had a bit of a thing for stationery company Hollyhock Lane for a while now, but we couldn’t resist sharing some of their latest designs with you. Whether you’re planning a country house extravaganza or an elegant city wedding, they’ve got stationery to suit.
We’re loving the continuting trend for all things metallic, and can’t resist the cute arrow details we’re seeing all over Pinterest this spring. Combining the two, we’ve made these sweet arrow place settings. They’re easy to knock up with just a bit of glitter card and some washi tape (you know we LOVE washi tape, right?) – here’s how…
Wedding pinatas are an easy way to add a splash of colour to your big day, and are a guaranteed hit with kids and adults alike. Fill them with confetti and sweets to keep everyone entertained during your drinks reception without breaking the budget. Here are our pick of the best pinata DIY projects around the web, plus where to buy them if your crafty skills aren’t up to scratch!
We love a wildflower design, and the new Rustic Wildflower collection from Nina Thomas Studio takes the trend to a new level with delicate watercolour designs and vibrant hues. A personalised invite with RSVP card and belly band costs £3.70, and is the perfect way to set the tone for a country wedding with serious style credentials.
If wedding florals fill you with mild horror, the modern monochrome lines of The Charming Press‘ new Inkwell range could be just what you’re looking for. Swap pinks and patterns for bold typographic details, stylised scripts and a grown-up appeal that’s perfect for a contemporary city celebration.
One of our favourite things about wedding stationery is how it gives guests a little peek into your wedding world as soon as the save the date card lands on the doormat. You’re instantly telling them something about the style and feel of your day, which is why it should feel extra special.