In this video tutorial from Totally Dazzled, Natalie teaches you how to make a brooch bouquet. Follow her 3 easy steps to making a brooch bouquet. Find a complete list of supplies in the description below.
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Keeping it elegantly simple is actually a lot harder than it looks. The less there is on the table, the more effort you have to put in to get things looking just right without feeling incomplete or a little empty. Momma From Scratch has managed to do just that, capturing the feel of spring perfectly in her tablescape.
This gorgeous chair sash tie method is a different take on the chair sashes I've done to date. I've had the diagonal chair sash bow, the gorgeous flip tie chair sash, a few DIY chair sash tying options and the DIY elegant chair sash. All of these tie methods look amazing and add an elegant touch to the chair design. They're also exceptionally easy to create, making them among my favorite glam DIYs. So for today, we're taking a look at how to create a vertical chair sash.
I absolutely love when I come across super easy DIYs that look amazing and high end. Today's tutorial highlights one of those super easy to make but still unbelievably beautiful chair sashes. The flip tie method is so quick to create and looks so elegant that it will leave your guests stunned.
We're kicking this week's tutorial off with a super simple DIY that looks beyond amazing when finished. This DIY tulle flower bow takes only a few minutes to make, is relatively cost effective and so easy to customize to your personal taste.
Trying to find the perfect Christmas decorations for both your tree and your table can be quite a daunting task this time of the year. Not only are the shops packed and almost impossible to navigate, the prices are almost always pushed up as well. Miss Plan It tackled this problem head on in her video tutorial, making it her mission to create a spectacular centerpiece that doesn't break the bank and I have to say, she did an excellent job.
We’ve got an exciting giveaway to share with you all today. We partnered up with Sharon She so Fabulous to bring you this awesome, limited time contest and the rules of the competition are quite simple (find them at the end of the article).
I’ve got another really simple but fantastic tutorial to share with you. A little while ago I featured a similar DIY tutorial for Rhinestone Mesh Wrap Candle Holders that uses the same concept for fairy lights around the house, to use in your event or to style your wedding tables. Today’s tutorial is practically the same but I wanted to showcase the versatility of the Rhinestone Mesh wrap for different sizes, shapes, and uses.
Napkin rings may seem like a small and unnecessary detail at an event or wedding but so very often it’s the napkin ring that adds the final and most important touch to the table setting. There are, of course, so many elements that make an event table spectacular so it doesn’t just come down to this one feature but from my own experience the smaller details that work together as one is what makes an event, it’s décor and design, and the moments really memorable.
One of the most prominent focal points in a wedding is the wedding bouquet. Your wedding bouquet will spend just about every hour of your wedding day in your hands, being admired, and being photographed. If you’re a traditionalist, it will end its day in the hands of a lucky bride-to-be, so it’s important that it looks great. We spend a lot of time, money and effort picking out the right flowers and ensuring that the arrangement is perfect so that it really reflects our character and looks perfect on wedding photos.
Candles really set the scene. I’ve always felt like I’m walking straight into a fairytale event when I see lit candles with beautiful décor elements around them. If that’s the kind of look you’re going for, the romantic fairytale dream, then this candle wrap holder tutorial is just for you.
If you like to experiment a little with your table settings, you’ll love today’s tutorial. I love easy DIY’s that save time and money. This bow-fold technique is one that fits the bill, is actually pretty easy to make (even though it looks a bit complicated), and looks great for a variety of wedding themes and events.