This week, a gorgeous DIY project from Christine Leech’s book, Scissors, Paper, Craft. Nothing quite matches the beauty of real flowers but these paper versions of two of her favourite flowers make a quirky and long-lasting bouquet for any bride. Using a cupcake baking tray ensures the flowers hold their beautiful curved shape.
Today, Lisa Forde from The Card Gallery is sharing some tips and advice to help you when choosing your bespoke wedding stationery. Lisa’s been running her company for the past 10 years, during which time she’s gained lots of valuable knowledge and experience. Over to Lisa..
March brings the Saint’s Days of St David and St Patrick, patron saints of Wales and Ireland. What better excuse do you need for a party? Try some of our Saint’s Day Party decorating and food ideas, and organise classic party games with a Welsh or an Irish twist.
These paper decorations look so effective and are really easy to make at home. All you need is coloured craft paper, tissue paper or card, paperclips, glue and string. Hang them at differing heights, in varying shades of the same colour, or bright contrasting tones for a carnival feel.