You guys know how much we love a colourful wall. With its geometric shapes & splashes of color, the mural at Crow Vineyard & Winery was the perfect backdrop for todays styled shoot. Created for the bohemian bride in a modern world this wedding inspiration features rustic DIY touches including macrame table runners and copper tableware, teamed with modern agate…Details
Sometimes when it comes to DIYing your wedding you just want some projects that are simple and effective right? If you’re planning on making your own desserts and want to go a little bit more modern with it then why not dish out these fun decorated frozen yogurt pops?! I know a lot of people are…Details
Ahhhh memory games, they used to be so much fun when we were younger right?! Well, I’ll let you in on a little secret my friend…they’re still pretty dam fun! Today we’re sharing our very own memory game that we’ve designed for a bridal shower (even kids can get involved!) and the great news is you can download it for free right here!
YOU WILL NEED:
A Printer // White paper or card // Colourful card // Craft glue // Printable bridal shower game //
Making this game is SUPER easy, I’m not even sure it warrants naming any ‘steps’. All you need to do is download the template above and print the squares out onto white paper or card then cut them out. If you want the make the game a little more colourful or tie it in with a theme you can glue the squares onto some coloured card (I used pink) so that when they’re turned over they look super pretty! Job done!
The best news is that this game matches our bridal shower photo booth props PERFECTLY so if you want to create a bridal shower that all ties in nicely together (whilst also getting some super fun photos of your gal pals!) then you can download our props below!
So if you’re not familiar with memory games then here’s the low down. Once you’ve got the cards ready you need to mix them up and arrange them face down on the table. Then, turn two cards at a time to see if they match. If they do match then you can leave them facing up or take them away, if not turn them back over and keep going!Details
I’ve said it many times before, but we love to feature styled shoots on our blog. Yes, they can sometimes seem unrealistic, but personally, I think they are a great source of inspiration and can be super helpful for a number of other reasons too like…
- Finding suppliers and assessing their suitability and skills
- Inspiring creativity
- Discovering the ‘little details’ that would sometimes get forgotten
- Guide brides and grooms on how to achieve a certain theme or style
And our recent survey found that although styled shoots were the 4th most popular feature on our blog, we were certainly asked a lot of questions about them, the main one being how we can make them more helpful? So these past few weeks we have been working hard to make them more informative and we would love to know what your think so far?
Is there anything else we can do to make the styled shoots we feature here, even better?
With all that being said today we have another fabulous styled shoot to share with you today, complete with a guide on how to rock a boho urban wedding from Anna, creative director at Rose Paper Scissors & Natalie from Private Dining Experience.