Isobel and Chris wanted a total blank canvass for their wedding day, so having it on the family farm seemed the perfect choice. And a blank canvas it certainly was consisting of a field, a cow shed and all in the middle of the Cornish countryside.Details
I often wonder how vendors come up with inspiration for their styled shoots? Sometimes it can be as simple as two close friends cooking together on a Saturday after and day dream about turquoise blue oceans. From the seed was planted and this “Mykonos on My Mind” shoot was born…
I will be attending my first wedding of the year this weekend which can only mean one thing… Summer wedding season is upon us. With the weather hotting up, more couples will be looking to celebrate their big day outdoors with festival and bohemian themes being the most popular trends. So if your a summer bride looking to incorporate some fun-loving free spirited style into your wedding day decor, here’s how…
Backdrops are the bomb am I right? Whether you want to use one for a photo booth, set the background for a dessert table or even style one up for an altar they’re the perfect way to update the look of a room very quickly! So if your venue just happens to have a plain wall that you’re wanting to style up or maybe even use for a Photo Booth back drop then today’s DIY is for you! Not to mention it’s probably the easiest backdrop DIY we’ve ever made!
YOU WILL NEED:
Plain paper in a variety of colours (We bought a 12 x 12 pack) // A pair of scissors // A ruler // white tac // A pencil //
Draw the shape of a geometric heart using your pencil and a ruler onto one of your sheets of paper or onto a piece of card, then cut it out. We sized our hearts roughly 10 inches by 10 inches.
Pssst…If you want to know what props we’re using in these photos it’s our Snapchat photo booth props! So fun right?! You can grab the original set and the new set below if you want them for your own booth!
Use this shape as a stencil to cut out the rest of the hearts, so simply trace around the outside of it onto each piece of colourful paper and then cut them all out until you have enough hearts to fill the space of the wall you need to cover.Details