1. Dusty Rose and Green This color combination can be dressed up or down and is a great compromise for pink because it isn’t overly feminine. There is a lot to work with when it comes to decor with this color combination, so the possibilities are endless! Photo Credits:via Brit.Co/via Flirty Fleurs/via Wild Flower Linens/via Deer Pearl Flowers/via SMP/ via Green Wedding Shoes    2. Lavender and Lilac When you think of these two colors, you may think isn’t this just “purple”, but there’s more to it than just that. The lavender offers a light, dusty quality and the lilac offers a fresher look. Combining the two makes it visually interestingRead More →

Consider Your Event Objective And Theme Your event has a purpose, whether it’s a wedding, anniversary or birthday party. Once you are clear on the objective for your event, you need to make sure the decor is influenced by it every step of the way. For instance, the decor you use for a wedding is going to include grand centrepieces, floral arrangements and draping, with the purpose to make everyone feel welcome. For a child’s birthday party, there is going to be lots of entertainment, fun games and bunting hung up, to make sure guests are happy and having a good time. Think About YourRead More →

1. Centre of attention centrepieces More often than not, most time at an event or banquet is spent at the table. Whether it’s a sit-down dinner or standing receptions, tables are where people gather and socialize. Give your guests something to talk about right from the beginning with unique centrepieces. Play with the concept, consider the venue and its surroundings, and be original 2. Make an entrance Nothing says elegance and style quite like a red-carpet entrance. Start your event with a real wow factor to properly introduce your guests to an unforgettable event. The experience is truly special and serves to frame the rest of yourRead More →

1. Use Trix cereal to make brightly coloured polka dots. 2. Make stripes with edible glitter for a cake that sparkles. 3. Unwrap some Dum Dums and stick them straight into the cake. 4. Create a “watercolored” cake using gel food coloring and a paintbrush. 5. Cut some rainbow Twizzlers into pieces and use them to make an edible garden.Read More →