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Honeymoon with a notebook

I have always had a fixation: create a notebook for all my holidays. Each time I come back from a vacation, I gather thousands of little objects (drip mats, pictures, museums’ tickets, little maps, small stones, etc..) that are going to end up in a drawer. Unfortunately, I never have time to get them out of there and re-create my trips through them. Next time though it will be different… credit: ask-aladdin I have decided that before leaving for my next holiday, I will buy a small notebook, plenty of pencils, scissors, glue and I will create my notepad on the way…I will write down each feeling or any episodes that will happen during my trip. So, i think that is important to have a place…

Hallowedding ideas

Today I’ve learned a new word: HALLOWEDDING.Fortunately it is easy to explain…. it means that you’ve decided to have a magical, mysterious and nightly wedding party the 31st of October and that you are going to say “ I DO” in the scariest day of the year. Find below some ideas to add the “Halloween atmosphere” to your weddingWEDDING LOCATIONAn historic, glamorous and ghosts’ haunted space, would be perfect for an Hallowedding. The location should exude a feeling of mystery. I would recommend an old space like a cathedral, an historic building with lofty ceilings and pre-war architecture, or a stone castle with drafty stone corridors but lavish banquet rooms. An Hallowedding would be ideal for a destination wedding at a castle in Europe, especially…

Winter Wedding’s decorations

winter weddig decorations

Over the past few days I have been thinking about the floral arrangements for our next winter wedding. Lauren and Harry asked me something special and I’m working on it: been checking the blogs of my favorite international floral designers, chatting with my personal florist and gathering ideas for this beautiful couple. Brides who are getting married in winter, like Lauren, may worry there will not be many floral selections and colors available. The truth it is far from it! There are many winter wedding flowers to choose from and here you can find out what I have learned about winter flowers for weddings: Wedding bouquet of mini cymbidium, orchids, silver-brunia,anemones, pinecones, roses, eucalyptus, Vendela-roses and dusty-miller by Rountree-Flowers Wedding bouquet of cotton-wood, lily and eucalyptus pods,…

DIY Wedding Centerpieces: how to make them simply

DIY Wedding Centerpieces: How to simply make it

I found this great video from the “bride de force” blog. This blog belongs to two sisters Hannah & Fleur. Hannah is a Wedding Planner and when Fleur’s wedding planning started the sisters combined forces and set up Bride de Force. I think that they are fabulous and i would like to share their works, ideas and inspiration on how to create the perfect wedding day. Step by Step guide for your DIY Wedding Centerpieces 1 YOU WILL NEED- Flowers of your choice- Greenery of your choice- Secateurs – Ribbon- Oasis/Flower Foam (Pre-Soaked)- Vase/Glass Dish 2 CUT OASIS/FLOWER FOAM TO CORRECT SIZE- Make sure that you have pre-soaked it with water. 3 TAKE YOUR FLOWERS- Cut to the correct length- Strip down the leaves (inc…

How to sleep the weeks before wedding

sleep before wedding

Let’s be honest — you WILL NOT probably BE ABLE to sleep ON the night before your wedding.HOWEVER, if you let your mind running around (lists, flowers, bridesmaids, parents, guests, vendors, suppliers….) not sleeping in the days and weeks before the wedding, you could end up overly tired, over-stressed and sick! So, please stop doing that!!!We have talked with our favorite wedding coach about what you should do. ;) The biggest secret? Make a sleep schedule in the weeks leading up to your wedding. ​ ​ How To Create A Sleep ScheduleNo less than three weeks before the wedding, make a sleep cycle for yourself. This means pick a bed time and a time to wake up each day. Then stick with it — even…

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