Category: DIY

The Wonderous Wedding Fair – Portsmouth – 2019

It’s that time again! The Wonderous Wedding Fair has been popping up at the Portsmouth Pyramids (wow, what a tongue twister) since 2016. It’s organised by The Vintage Parade and I’ll be there helping out… it’s always a great day full of friendly faces, cool couples and creative inspiration. The wedding fair is held in the large exhibition space at The Pyramids Centre in Southsea, Portsmouth. It’s a huge blank canvas space allowing up to 40 exhibitors within the world of weddings to strut their stuff. Expect an fun-packed creative event with unique exhibitors, live entertainment, workshops, lively fashion shows…

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My Best Friend’s Wedding

On Sunday I returned from the most amazing wedding in France. To say it was the best day of my life wouldn’t be fair on my son but it was pretty damn close! It was Lou and Ryan’s wedding. Lou and I have been friends for twenty years, we met when we moved in together on the first day of uni in 1999. Despite her moving out to the Alps soon after we graduated we’ve remained the best of friends and have had some amazing experiences together. Lou and her brother ran a bar in Val D’Isere for many years…

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Supplier Spotlight – Hedge Rose Florist

Today we’re pleased to feature new Chichester-based florist Hedge Rose. They’ve just joined our online directory and we’ve visited their gorgeous new shop in Chichester. So, what happens when a florist gets married? We find out about the flowers owner Meg chose for her own wedding at Bignor Park… “I only decided on my flowers three weeks before the wedding” explains Meg “as a florist, flowers were such an important part of my day and after seeing so many wedding flowers, and so many different ideas over the last fifteen years, I just couldn’t decide!” Meg’s chosen colour scheme was pale…

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Top Tips for a DIY Wedding Cake

July 26, 2019 | DIY, DIY Tips, Top tips, Wedding cake

Many brides opt for a DIY wedding cake when it comes to their big day, so we have Lara Kenny of Love from lila xx, a bespoke wedding cake company based on the Surrey/Hampshire border, sharing her best tips: To decide on what cakes you need, look for cutting guides online. For ‘normal’ 3” high tiers, look at 1×2” serving sizes. As an example, an 8” cake will give you about 26 slices. When it comes to filling the cakes, fresh cream and cream cheese are a no-no for quite a few reasons. For my jam layers, I pipe a…

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