It never ceases to amazes me just how creative people in this industry can be. From woodlands and warehouses to desserts & mountains, the suppliers we feature here have the most wonderful ability to make even the most harsh environments look like a desirable wedding location. We love nothing more than to inspire our readers to think outside the box when planning their weddings whether it be location, decor, style or even ways in which marry two different cultures and traditions much like the inspiration behind today’s editorial.
Festival season may be over but I’m still clinging onto summer & with the weather being so hot this week it certainly doesn’t feel like summer is over! If you love the bohemian style as much as we do then you’ll love today’s DIY! We’re welcoming back Obsessive Cookie Designer to the blog (you can check out her awesome instagram here!) I think these cookies would be awesome for a boho bridal shower or hen party! They would also make cute favours! Here’s how to make your own…
YOU WILL NEED:
Boho Cookie Cutters (these were from Cookie Cutter Kingdom) We chose a tipi, feathers, a bull’s head, an arrow and a scroll for the dream catcher // ½ cup butter // 1 cup white sugar // 1 egg, well beaten // 1 tablespoon milk // ½ teaspoon vanilla extract // 1 ½ cups flour // ¼ teaspoon salt // 1 teaspoon baking powder //
For the icing…
1 box of powdered sugar (1 pound) // 2 egg whites // 1/2 cup of water // Food colouring //
For the color scheme, we used cool blues and purples, coupled with a vibrant pink, however depending on your wedding or event colors, the color options are endless! Click here to see how to bake the cookies, then follow the decorating instructions below to learn how to complete each cookie!
TO DECORATE THE TIPI…
STEP 1: Start by piping the white icing on, leaving a small triangle in the middle for the door.
STEP 2: Pipe in the pink icing next onto the door.
STEP 3: Add your purple and green lines to the top of the tipi
STEP 4: Finally, paint your gold touches onto the top and the bottom!
TO DECORATE THE BULL…
STEP 1: Start by adding white to the horns of the bull.
STEP 2: Next, fill in the pink icing onto the head.Details
Hey guys! If you’re feeling the hump on this dreary Wednesday then we’re going to brighten up your day with this colourful and bold DIY feather garland! It’s super easy to make and would look awesome at a festival-boho themed wedding! Let’s get started shall we?
YOU WILL NEED:
TIME PER GARLAND:
This obviously varies depending on whether you use a Cricut machine or a stanley knife but when I used the Cricut machine it took me less than an hour to make a 2 metre garland.
FEATHERS PER GARLAND:
For one 2 metre garland I used 42 feathers, but you could vary these depending on how close you space them on the cotton.
Upload the feather templates to the Cricut Design Space and set the machine to cut them out, swapping the colours of card as you go. Alternatively print the designs onto card and cut them out by hand or with an exacto knife.Details
This is one totally glam wedding!
Everything about it screams hollywood starlet, Sarah is one seriously sexy siren and Damien is rocking the dapper gentlemen look! The venue is astounding and the photography captures every element of the day brilliantly. Add in some pretty romantic details and you pretty much have the best wedding EVER!!!Details