Scandinavian style is a trend I find myself gravitating towards most! I love searching Pinterest for scandi inspiration for my home and just love how today’s inspirational team of suppliers, applied the theme to a wedding.
These bright and colourful ideas are a fun take on the Scandi style – full of vibrancy, intimacy and soul, and would give guests a total experience of Hygge, snuggled up in blankets and toasting marshmallows, dancing and playing guitar around the campfire.
We’re super excited to be sharing not one, not two but three DIY hair clip tutorials today from one of our DIY contributors Kaleigh! There’s a clip to suit 3 different styles so whether you’re into rustic vibes, girlie florals or pretty pearls then there’s a tutorial for you, and all perfect timing with spring on the horizon! Over to Kaleigh from Paper Moon Collective to share more…
For a DIY bride it’s the handmade details that make the big day even more special. Creating something you can wear down the aisle means creating a keepsake that you can enjoy for years to come. No matter what your bridal style may be, these hair clips are guaranteed to add a unique touch to your look.
I’ve created three easy to make clips that can all be completed in just three simple steps! No stressing over the little details here!
THE RUSTIC BLING
YOU WILL NEED:
A Barrette // Jute Ribbon // A Gem // Beads // Scissors // Wire Cutters (Optional) // Hot Glue Gun // Super Glue //
Cut a piece of jute to fit your barrette. Then apply hot glue to the top of the barrette and place the jute so no metal is showing. Cut any excess jute off.
Using more hot glue, add your gem to the center of your barrette!
Tip: If your gem is actually a button like mine was, you may need to use wire cutters to clip off the back before gluing it to your barrette.
Add a small amount of super glue to the bottom of your beads and place them in a line on either side of your gem.
THE FLOWER POWER
You Will Need:
A Barrette // Faux Flowers & Leaves // Gray Felt // Scissors // Hot Glue Gun //
If you’ve been following Bespoke Bride for a while then you’re probably aware of how much we love to share unique and creative wedding ideas. Styled shoots are changing the way couples look for inspiration, it gives them the confidence to think outside of the box and gives suppliers the chance to really showcase their talent and skills. For me styled shoots are one of my favourite features and if today’s editorial is anything to go by, you will soon see why… (more…)
I am just going to go right ahead and say it, I am so tempted to elope right now! As many brides to be reading this might have realised by now, there’s a lot of pressure to ‘plan’ a wedding once you announce your engagement. Everyone expects to have received a save the date in a matter of weeks and questions start being asked if there isn’t an invite after a few months.
Last year was crazy busy for us so we decided to put our wedding plans on hold and to this day we are still comfortable with that decision. However fast forward a year and I feel like I am always being asked, if we have a date yet? To the point where I think it would be easier to go ahead and elope just to stop people asking! However as those of you in the same boat will know, sometimes it isn’t just as easy as that so, for now I will have to secretly harbor my desires and continue muttering my apologies for not having made any plans yet, whilst daydreaming over intimate destination weddings like the one we are sharing with you today.
Michelle and Grant choose Red Rock Canyon as their wedding destination. Coming all the way from Canada, they wanted a desert wedding full of warmth, beautiful landscapes, and fun. Red Rock Canyon weddings are perfect for couples looking to achieve beauty, privacy and adventure. (more…)