Today we’ll show you how to make a mirrored vase that you can use on your reception tables to make a big impact. This is a very easy project: just five square mirror tiles, a hot glue gun, and a little bit of patience while you wait for the glue
Instructions: Take the square mirror tiles and gently scrape off any stickers. Clean with windex or something similar. Turn the bottom tile upside down and holding another tile at 90 degrees, carefully hot glue along the edge and press the tiles together. Move onto the next side and glue the bottom and side edges. You might have to hold the tiles together for a couple of minutes so the glue can start to dry.
When the fifth tile
is in place, allow to dry for a couple of hours before using it. Remember that it will not be water tight so you will want to place a small plant pot or glass inside for fresh flower arrangements.
And voila! A stylish and elegant vase ready for use!
everyone still so focused on
vintage, we thought we’d bring you a different and modern look for your wedding flowers – mirrored vases. Mirrors add a glamorous touch to wedding decor. They reflect light from votives making the vases appear to sp
arkle and adding a warmth to the floral centerpiece. Mirrored vases look best with tightly packed, pave or modern styled flowers and work with any color scheme.
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This wedding is from dream team collaborators – designer Steven Moore and photographer Michele M. Waite of Bellingham, WA and was featured on viagra online canadaey-ryan-part-2″ target=”_blank”>The Bride’s Cafe. The bride and groom, Ashley and Ryan are simply adorable and we love all the design elements from Steven. The choice of pink and yellow for a color scheme is a sweet one, but by using a more unusual floral palette, Steven made the flowers sophisticated and modern.
The bouquet is comprised of celosia, hydrangea, hypericum, billy balls and peonies and wrapped with grass. Simple boutonnieres of billy balls are fun and playful.
Love the ribbon wands held by the flower girls and then carried over into the
ceremony backdrop and on the bride and groom’s reception chairs.
dresses have a lovely pink peony sash which adds a pop of color to the neutral dresses.
Yesterday we showed you a lovely inspiration board with ruffles on everything! Today, we’re bringing you some of our favorite ruffled dresses. Ruffles are a chic and stylish choice for any bride who wants her dress to stand
out from the crowd on
wedding day. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites from Monique Lhuillier, Elie Saab and Vera Wang. Impressive aren’t they?
If you’re anything like us, you love a bit of ruffle on your clothes and bags but did you ever consider incorporating ruffles into your wedding theme? Maybe this style board of all
things ruffle will inspire you! Sure ruffles on your dress, shoes
or hair piece immediately come to mind, but what about adding ruffles to your cake
or use them in decorating the back of your chair at the head table? Keeping the fabric (or icing) in a neutral color makes the look sophisticated rather than over-the-top girly. What do you think? Will you have any ruffles on your wedding day?
Cake: IBI Cake via Style Me Pretty / Grey dress via dustjacketattic.tumblr.com / ruffled shoes via postcardsandpretties.blogspot.com / Chiffon & satin ruffled clutch from asos / pretty hair via stylemepretty.com / amazing ruffled shoes via yahoo search / fabulous wedding gown and ruffled chair decor via stylemepretty.com / beige wedding cake via bridalsnob.tumblr.com / pretty fuchsia top via dailydoseofstuf.tumblr.com