I have discovered that there are no good translations of Russian poetry. None. Why? I really don't know. So, awake at 3 am and full of literary zeal I decided to translate into Enlgish my favourite Russian poems. One of them was written by Sergey Esenin inspired by his starstruck romance with an American dancer - Isadora Duncan.
Every person I ever pitched this crazy thought to reacted with a wry half-smile paired with raised eyebrows. They said "oh, sounds fun" but really they didn't want to hurt my feelings by replying "wtf". And they were right - wtf is a piano bar? Well, it was a dream at first.
Helping you say no to chair covers, here is a post about 5 alternative chair styles (equipped with alternative walking down the aisle tunes) you can hire for your wedding today! From chiavari to crossback, from ghost to masters and even church pews - you won't need to cover anything up.
So you are getting married and you know your friends and family will bring cards to wish you all the happiness in your life together. Where to put them? Where to put them so they look pretty and safe? We got you covered.
Church weddings are an absolute classic and what else speaks movie-like romance as walking down the aisle by rows of family and friends? Almost nothing comes close! But hey picture perfect aisles don't have to make a church wedding mandatory. In fact you can get the look anywhere, even outdoors.
This love story was born when I was reminiscing about the beauty of the British seaside on my most recent trip to the UK. The choice of location was inspired by classic British literature – such as Jane Eyre, The Wuthering Heights, Pride and Prejudice – the books that for centuries have encompassed the charm of rural Britain, freedom and love.
Let Cricut show you how to DIY your very own day-after celebration. Eagle Eyed Bride weaved DIY details throughout the luxe-styled event, from a paper palm leaf table runner and gold cacti tumblers to a flamingo cake topper. The clear ghost table and chairs created the perfect backdrop and asymmetric tropical florals by Moss & Stone added a punch of colour to the all-white interiors of London’s One Marylebone.
Set just outside of London, Nonsuch Mansion played host to a delicate and romantic shoot. Selecting a timeless color palette of blush, gray, green, and gold, and inspired by bringing nature into the city, the team created a feminine and romantic setting. Dinnerware with elements of vintage lace and gold added hints of luxury to the tabletop, paired beautifully with handmade hairpin bench sets.
From Cecelina's Blog: "20 fantastic participants gathered excitedly in the ‘Italian garden’ Crimson Blue Design had prepared for us at The River Rooms in central London. We talked about light, photography, the wedding industry, how to shoot, how to capture, how to tell a story. We laughed, photographed and I conveyed how I capture photographs that make an impact"
Nonsuch Mansion was initially constructed for George VIII and it was the perfect match for the vision we had for our workshop. Valleys, wide open space, an elegant interior - truly a dream come true. We wanted to work with the idea of enhancing and complementing the elements at hand rather than bringing in external decor objects. For two days long our attendees basked in a creative environment.
This styled shoot took place hidden deep in the heart of the Cotswold countryside at Sezincote, a 200 year old Mogul Indian Palace. A truly romantic landscape of temples, grottoes, waterfalls and canals reminiscent of the Taj Mahal, the dreamiest location for a unique wedding. Featuring a soft colour palette of blush, peach and grey tones with a burst of gold.
I have though of this floral makeup mirror after looking at multiple floral inspirations spring brings and one day, having come home I looked at an old sad make-up mirror, ordered some silk flowers (I must say I was lucky with these, some silk flowers are not inspirational in the least!) and got to it with the help of a glue gun. You can now hire this floral makeup mirror and other floral items for your wedding or event!
You must have seen this type of glass everywhere from Zara Home to boutique Hotels. Of course, most of it is factory produced and the DIY method only mimics the technology. However, there is nobody to judge! This type of glass looks lovely in dimmed light, especially if the light is coming through the glass. It is a great easy fix for unloved glass items.
So if you have a couple of old boring bottles/votives/candles/jars etc - try this!
Vintage apple crates have come into decor fashion. But the prices on genuine antiques are hefty and even the ones available from home stores aren't cheap. So we decided to make them ourselves! It's easy - take a look and try yourself!
This very simple project features Wedding Bubbles! Who doesn't think that bubbles just like confetti create a wonderful send-off image and look amazing in photographs! The problem is finding the bubbles that suit your team. For some time BHLDN featured a really cool set, but it was quite pricey and also all the way back in the USA!