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As we are celebrating all things romantic this week in the run up to Valentines on Thursday, I thought today would be the perfect time to share with you this gorgeous DIY tutorial from Sandra at Lily Knot. Lily Knot specialise in silk flowers. They create DIY bouquet kits where they get all the ingredients… Read more »
Hello everyone and welcome to your weekly addition of Boho Pins! I hope you are well and looking forwards to the weekend. I am off adventuring in Scotland (climbing, running, mountain biking) so fingers crossed the weather is good! Today we have a selection of alternative bridal bouquets for you – in that they doesn’t… Read more »
Today I’ve invited Laura back to the Blog to share with us her ideas on Choosing your bridal bouquet. There is so much choice these days when it comes to flowers. Whether you decried to go for real flowers, paper, fabric, crystal, or something more alternative, your options are limitless. Gone are the days… Read more »
Today I am delighted to invite Elise back to the blog. Elise Lévêque is an eco-conscious bride-to-be who writes for Wedding & Party Store in her spare time. last time Elise showed us how to make the ever so popular Paper Tissue Flowers which went down incredibly well. Today Elsie is showing us how to make this cute Felt… Read more »
I have a gorgeous DIY tutorial for you today and it comes in the form of one of my favorite flowers Gypsophila. The very lovely Tracey from Campbell’s Flowers who is based here in Sheffield has been kind enough to put the tutorial together for me. I am by no means telling you that you don’t need a florist for… Read more »
Bridal Bouquets have moved on a lot in the past few years, from structured cascading arrangements to the now more unstructured, just picked look. Brides are now showing a lot more of their personality through their bouquets and moving away from flowers altogether. Some are choosing alternative bouquet ideas like recycled paper, or fabric for Eco… Read more »