Woodland Wedding

When you think of 'woodland', I'm not sure about you but I instantly picture hedges, mud, wood and everything green. Well, stop right there! Woodland can mean so much more than that, and I'm going to prove it. This is one of my favourite themes, being a country Devon girl, it's my roots. You can make it as quirky, natural or classy as you want, it's all about the little tweeks and props. One of the best things about this trend? You can do it on a budget, no problem! All it takes is a pair of wellies, and a good saw. Using logs is an obvious one, but what do you do with them, where do you put them?! There's some really great ideas flying around the internet, but these are my favourites so far


The metallic trend is in the top 5 favourites for most people. It can be either end of the scale from glittery gold to antique bronze, depending on your personality and taste. If you really wanted to, you could have everything shiny! It's better to keep it down scaled though for a more tasteful look. Here are some little metallic touches that will definitely be going on my list. Step away from the silver and get yourself some metallic cutlery! Gold, bronze, copper, whatever you're feeling. Don't worry, it's not as expensive as you think it'll be, but it is worth the money. It creates such an impact, the difference between plain Jane silver and gold! It'll have everyone feeling like royalty w

Wedding Signs

A lot of venues these days are like mazes, absolutely beautiful but so easy to take a wrong turn (don't worry, I've done it plenty of times). So what better way to guide your guests than signs! It doubles up as decor at the same time, fills a little bit of space, and helps all your guests out, especially after a few beers. Signs come in all sorts of styles, shapes and sizes. So pick the one that suits your theme and personality the best, or just the one you think looks the prettiest! So here are my top 5 necessity signs you need to guide your guests through your wedding day. 1. Map The easiest way to let your guests know where everything is, is to label and point. Stick to the basics, like y

Colour of the Year 2017

Last year, Rose Quartz & Serenity were the joint colour of the Year from Pantone, this year, it's gone back to mother nature and Greenery is the colour to go for. "A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings." With rustic, vintage, neutral and romance trends coming in hot again this year, it works perfectly for a wedding. You can style it any way you want to fit your theme, whilst keeping on trend. So here's a few styling tips on how to fit Greenery in to a few different themes, to give you a head start on planning your decor! Barn Barn weddings have been popular for a couple of years now, but everyone is always t