COLOURFUL RAINBOW IDEAS THAT ARE SUITABLE FOR ANY WEDDING VENUE

With so much nude and ivory on the wedding scene Hayley and Lorna of Starry Eyed events wanted to show brides how the subtle use of colour in a wedding dress can not only be exciting but often look even better against individual skin tones, rather than harsh whites and ivories.

Shot at Budworth Hall, a beautiful town hall in Ongar, these gals proved colour really can look good anywhere, taking their creativity to a whole other level with the decorations and creating the most epic celebratory rainbow backdrop with so much colour and even more impressive, lights!

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THIS COLOURFUL FARM WEDDING IS A BISCUIT LOVERS DREAM!

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.

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MAKE THIS EASY GEOMETRIC TISSUE PAPER BACKDROP

Who doesn’t love a good wedding reception?! Everyone gets a chance to let loose and celebrate, be it by gorging on the yummy wedding cake or busting out some moves on the dance floor. And don’t even get me started on the photo booth…it’s no secret that we love a good backdrop and we love a good bunch of photo booth props! But we all know that photo backdrops can sometimes get expensive. Luckily, they’re super easy to DIY! Using this tutorial from Gifts.com, you can easily make a fun backdrop using finged tissue paper, you just simply match it to your wedding’s colour palette!

YOU WILL NEED:

Tissue Paper // Scissors // Tape // Plastic table cloth // Ruler (optional) // Pen (optional) //

P.S If you want to know how to make your own photo booth stand then click here!

STEP 1:

Once you’ve chosen your colours, cut out triangles from your tissue paper. Cut through multiple layers at a time to make this process faster. You can use a ruler to measure out your triangles, or create triangles in varying sizes.

STEP 2:

Make vertical cuts in the triangles, stopping about one inch from the top. This will add texture to your backdrop

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EDGY, ART-INSPIRED WEDDING IDEAS

Planning a DIY wedding is hard enough, even if you have the time and skills. So, when it comes to adding your own handmade touches, when you have neither, it’s easy to throw out the idea once and for all and start over with something ‘easier’ but not necessarily ‘YOU’!. The thing is you can add instant personality to any wedding, whether you’ve handmade it or not, all you have to do is get creative as event designer & stylist, Ronya explains. 

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