TRANSFORM YOUR WEDDING DAY DECOR WITH THESE JEWELED GEOMETRIC IDEAS

We hope you’ve all had the best weekend and if this is your first time visiting the new look site, we hope you have enjoyed what you have seen so far! Our love for colour is no secret, given the number of bright, bold DIY’s wedding’s and Styled shoots we share on our site. And today is no different, as we are super excited to share these jeweled geometric wedding decor ideas with you. Here’s a couple of quick tips for recreating this look for yourself.

First, take inspiration from your venue and work with the colours of the room. Compliment these with other bright and bold tones to make your decor really pop.

Second, if you want to know how to make those glittered champagne glasses all you need to do is get your own plain glasses (these were less than 50p each!) add PVA glue to the base and then sprinkled with glitter. They aren’t dishwasher safe but certainly look pretty and add a little bit of extra sparkle! Super simple, effective and cheap!

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MAKE THESE FUN EDIBLE GLITTER ICE CUBES!

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Woo! Happy Friday guys! If you’re planning on having a beverage or two this evening or maybe you’re throwing a little party then why not make these fun edible glitter ice cubes?! They’re the perfect way to add that extra sparkle and glitz to any event! You can’t deny that they would be awesome for a hen / bachelorette party right?! Over to Holly from Club Crafted to share how to make them…

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Hey there! I, Holly, am not afraid of glitter. While I try not to go overboard, I’m not afraid to make a mess and use it in my craft projects and even some of my baked goods. Edible glitter is the perfect topping for cakes, cake pops, chocolate candies and so much more to add color and sparkle. That’s when I thought, I just need a way to add glitter to my drinks now! Edible glitter ice cubes were the answer to adding some flair to any drink without changing the taste.

Because edible glitter is essentially pure sugar, simply be aware that, depending on the amount used, it may increase the sweetness of your drink. I used my favorite silicone gem mold to create the ice cubes and then added the sugar. When added to liquid, the edible glitter slowly melts and changes the color of the liquid, which creates a pretty effect when using multiple colors. Because the glitter dissolves in liquid, it’s important to wait to add the glitter until after the water has frozen into ice. Otherwise, you’ll have colored ice cubes that are no longer glittery.

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YOU WILL NEED:

Filtered water // Ice tray or silicone mould // Edible glitter //

STEP 1:

Pour filtered water into an ice tray or silicone mold. Move to the freezer to solidify completely.

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DIY GEODE AMETHYST NAIL MANI

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*NEW TREND ALERT* Geode is going to be BIG in the wedding industry this year and we are loving this trend! I mean how beautiful are the amethyst rocks? Every single stone is different and unique in it’s own way! We have a few DIYs planned over the upcoming months including geode but we thought it would be fun to kick off the trend with an amethyst nail mani! I just love how glittery and sparkly this design turned out, they are definitely sure to WOW! Here’s how to recreate this look…

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YOU WILL NEED:

Grey acrylic powder and acrylic liquid (can also achieve this by mixing black pigment with clear acrylic powder in a pestle and mortar) in a light grey and dark grey // Clear acrylic powder mixed with purple magpie glitter // UV top coat to finish // Buffer // Black acrylic paint // White acrylic paint // Lecente nail art brush // Gems // Gel glitter polish //

STEP 1:

We started off by painting a purple gel glitter polish on all of the nails except for the ring fingers, we put two coats of gel on too.

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