Calling all instagram fans! (Well I mean who isn’t right?!) Today we’re sharing 25 of our favourite DIY and craft accounts, we’re talking about the perfect places to find inspiration for your next project or ideas for wedding crafts that you guys can make! You really can find inspiration everywhere and let me tell you, these accounts are bursting at the seems with it! Phones at the ready, you’re going to want to follow them all! So, in no particular order…Details
We are soooooo excited to be heading back to Hampton Court palace with Cricut this year to the Handmade Fair. If you haven’t heard of it, it;s basically the biggest and best craft fair in the whole of the UK, hosted by the queen of DIY herself – Kirsty Allsopp. It’s jam packed full with skills workshops, unique handmade sellers and this year guest speakers include Patrick Grant, Fiona Cairns and my fave Liz Earle! We had so much fun last year (take a peek at what we got up to here) and were thrilled when Cricut asked us to join them for a second year running and this time they want us to bring along two very lucky Bespoke Bride readers to join us.
So who wants to win?
To enter, all you have to do is sign up to our newsletter below! Two winners will one a pair of tickets each, to attend The Handmade Fair at Hampton Court palace from 16th-18th September 2016.Details
Kerri and Noah met through friends during the regular Tuesday evening gathering at a local ‘cantina’. Kerri had recently moved to town after finishing her graduate studies and Noah was a PhD student. They met up as a group nearly every week, discussing interesting things they’d read, troubleshooting scientific problems, and coming up with ideas for future science projects. A love of science is one of the first things they realized they shared.
And that was just the beginning…
We’re so excited to be welcoming Brooklyn Bridal to the blog today sharing this fun and colourful ribbon table plan tutorial! Brooklyn Bridal specialises in beautiful décor, supplies and accessories for the eclectic bride so we knew when they got in touch with a DIY it would be right up our streets!
YOU WILL NEED:
A long piece of bamboo // Metal eyelet screws // Selection of ribbons // Double sided tape // Clear fishing wire // Scissors // Table place name cards //
Decide on the overall size you want your table plan to be – this may vary depending on the space you have at your wedding venue. We went for a bamboo stick piece approx. 1m wide.
Screw the metal eyelets to either end of the bamboo pole – you can then thread clear fishing wire through this to suspend the whole thing.
Decide on the coloured ribbons that you’d like to use and the length – we went for 6ocm drops here – cut each piece of ribbon down to the same length.Details