August72014
August32014

How to color eggs with onion shells.

wewantwow:

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This must be the most beautiful DIY tutorial I have ever seen. And it so happens to be in style of this weekend. Found on Ulicam, a very nice blog by Ulrika Kestere, photographer and illustrator. For the whole tutorial and lot’s of inspiration, click here.

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diy decor 

August22014

craftjunkie:

Paper Succulents {Tutorial}

Found at: liagriffith

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December312013
wildfox:

Festive Holidays.

Cute tassel garland is perfect for the holidays or for your reception!

wildfox:

Festive Holidays.

Cute tassel garland is perfect for the holidays or for your reception!

December292013
November212013
String paper cranes on fishing line for an ethereal feel… Even better, use any paper you want to go with your wedding colors!

String paper cranes on fishing line for an ethereal feel… Even better, use any paper you want to go with your wedding colors!

(Source: burnettsboards.com)

July82013
June242013
all-things-bright-and-beyootiful:

Feather & Stone Photography / Flowers by The French Petal

all-things-bright-and-beyootiful:

Feather & Stone Photography / Flowers by The French Petal

(Source: themountainlaurel, via recoverykitty)

April292013

fuckyeahweddingideas:

DIY Driftwood Candelabra

(via GreenWeddingShoes)

Materials needed:
• Driftwood
• Drill
• Spade bit + drill bit set
• Candlesticks
• Succulents of your choice
• 2 large eye hooks (optional)
• rope
• lighter

Step 1: Decide where you want your succulents to be placed in the driftwood. Use your drill and spade bit to make multiple holes in the driftwood so that they connect and become one big hole.

Step 2: After you’ve made the large holes for the succulents, drill holes where you want to place the candlesticks. You can choose to hang the driftwood by tying rope around the two ends or you can add in eyehooks like we did. Select a bit that is barely smaller than the width of the base of your eyehook to ensure that the eyehook is snug in the wood and won’t slip out. Drill a hole that is about 2 inches deep and screw the eyehooks in.

Step 3: Fill the large holes with a little bit of soil and add in your succulents. We chose to use flower shaped succulents and added in some hanging ones and tall ones to make a unique arrangement.

Step 4: Place the candlesticks in the small holes that were drilled out earlier.

Hang your driftwood candelabra, light the candlesticks and enjoy! It could also be hung over the head table at the reception. After the wedding or event, it can be used as a driftwood planter in the garden! Just add more soil and succulents in the holes!

(via styledandwed)

March262013
March72013

fuckyeahweddingideas:

Bohemian Inspired Reception Inspiration

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March62013
March12013
Baby’s breath poms

Baby’s breath poms

February52013
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