Advice From the Married Side – Real Brides Advice From Their Wedding Day
This afternoon we are back with our regular feature ‘Advice from the Married Side,‘ real life wedding planning...
If you are looking for something a bit different for your hen party, or even a Birthday Party then why no consider a Craft Party? It’s the perfect daytime activity for hens that want a relaxed, fun and creative afternoon.
Run by Boho’s resident Guest Blogger and DIY Queen Chloe from Adore, (The leading UK crafty wedding blog) you’ll have Chloe with you leading the workshops teaching you new skills helping you make something personal and give you lots of creative ideas and tips!
Choose to make one of the crafts below or Chloe can help your group design and make something totally bespoke, for example the bride’s wedding table numbers or some quirky string art signs!
♥ Handmade stationery
♥ Decorating rustic wedding or home decorations
♥ Glamorous fascinators and shoe accessories
♥ Fabric floristry
♥ Decorating personalised candles
Recent chief bridesmaid Laura, from Nottingham… “It’s such an enjoyable way of doing something together as a group, we had a lovely afternoon chatting, eating cake, crafting and did lots of laughing!”
How it works…
1) Email Chloe with your preferred date, time and craft project. Once this is finalised a non-refundable £100 deposit is required to secure the booking.
2) Invite your group along!
3) Chloe will get in touch a few weeks before to confirm numbers and all the final details.
4) On the day of the party Chloe will set up all the materials and equipment you need to get making and bring lots of examples to help inspire you!
Prices start at £15 per person (depending on the craft) for a minimum of 6 people. The parties can last up to 3 hours and be held anywhere in the East Midlands– at your home or a venue of your choice!
You can contact Chloe here:
Email: [email protected]
Photography credit: www.butterworthphotography.co.uk
* This is NOT a sponsored post!*
thank you for the ideas and the link to this wonderful page!
Such a fabulous, fun idea! Wish we were in the UK. :-)