There are no rules about where you should get the inspiration for your wedding. If it resonates with you, then go for it! For the creatives who are sharing this beautiful shoot with us, they found their inspiration from ancient Rome. That inspiration is evident from the dress reminiscent of a toga, to the hair piece, to the laden table – the references are all there. Where will you find your inspiration?
Photography This Modern Romance | Stylist/Planner Chloe + Mint | Floral Design Megan Gray of Honey and Poppies | Dress Loho Bride from Odylne The Ceremony | Hair & Makeup Sharon Park | Textiles Tono and Co | Tabletop Rentals Casa de Perrin | Furniture Rentals Found Rentals | Candles Greentree Home | Paper Gia Bertone Designs | Ring Single Stone
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Want an easy but really pretty wreath for your Thanksgiving Dinner? Just a few supplies and you are ready to start:
Vine clippings at least 24” in length; Floral water tube; Lightweight paddle wire or floral tape; Floral scissors; Ribbon
Step 1. Gather the ends of your vines and place stems in water tube filled with water.
Step 2. Bend your vine around itself to create a circular shape
Step 3: Wire or tape together the two ends of the circle you have created, covering your water tube in the process.
Step 4. Use ribbon to cover any exposed tape or wire.
Be sure to make the ribbon long enough to wrap, make a bow and have long ends to drape when you hang it.
Step 4. Hang and enjoy!
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January 16th, 2018 at 1:30 PM EST
What you will learn:
Transitioning from a Hobby to a Business
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Live Q+A: Ask Jenna + Ashley
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January 18, 2018 @ 1:30PM EST
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After that it will be $149
Finishing with Fondant Rosette Technique