Guest Blogger of the Month

Meet June's guest blogger, Kate from The Paper Botanist!

How to master faux-calligraphy!

The classic and elegant technique of the calligraphy nib is evocative of a certain timelessness and old world charm, making it a desirable stationery style among brides. Unfortunately the customised nature of calligraphy along with the high demand for experienced calligraphers means that it can also be a bit on the pricey side. But before you disregard it as an unattainable option there is a quick and easy DIY solution that is relatively easy to master. Traditional nib calligraphy uses varying pressure...
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The love behind wedding DIY!

With all of the stresses modern day society throws at us, many might question, as I have recently why anyone in their right mind would choose to get married. To me the religious significance of marriage seems to be lost. Most couples I know have lived or bought a home together long before marriage has even crossed their minds and signing your life away on a thirty page mortgage agreement seems like a much bigger commitment than the more concise (and much easier to back out of) marriage document....
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Handy tips to make sure your wedding stationery doesn't break the bank!

With a myriad of wedding stationery options it can be pretty daunting making the right choice to help set the tone for your big day. As you consider the many options for invitations, place cards, RSVP cards and menu cards, the costs can quickly escalate and blow your budget. However if you are smart and resourceful there are several tips that can help to keep costs to a minimum while still creating beautiful invitations that will entice guests along to your wedding. Custom is costly Keep in mind...
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Five reasons to send your wedding invitations via snail mail!

In a world where email has become the most common and convenient form of correspondence it was only a matter of time before email wedding invites became increasingly popular among couples planning their big day. They are easy, convenient, save time and stress, are budget friendly and offer the instant gratification of a quick RSVP. Despite the benefits of email there are still many qualities that paper invitations offer that emails, with all of their technological convenience, will never be able...
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Make sure your wedding stationery suits your theme with Love Notes!

Who said DIY was daggy? Introducing online tutorials for the DIY bride who wants to create her own invitations and doesn’t know where to start. First things first, decided what size invitation you would like taking the postage into consideration. The larger the invite the more costly it will be to post. The next step, choose your design. With the use of social media the inspiration options are endless and can be quite overwhelming. At Love Notes we aspire to keep it simple with our less is...
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Atousa from Demetrios introduces the new Platinum Collection...

Demetrios Platinum Collection , new in Australia, is a high fashion bridal label. The attention to detail has been taken to a different level with intricate and unique beadwork throughout the collection. There are variety of silhouettes from the ultimate Princess look to the sleek, chic and fitted styles. This collection exudes Sensual Elegance allowing a bride to be both sexy and sophisticated on her big day. I've picked out some of my favourite designs to share with you, to inspire you as you...
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Four beautiful ways to bejewel your bridesmaids!

Simple and Elegant Bridesmaid Choose a simple necklace and earring set to complement your bridesmaid’s outfits. Bridesmaid that are wearing colour can be accessorized with either pearls or clear stones like diamonds or crystals The Nude Bridesmaid The fashion at the moment for bridesmaids is the colour nude. It’s feminine and neutral. There are many shades of nudes but regardless this is a colour that does not require too much glitzing up. Morganite is the most perfect complimentary colour...
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