This is a fun alternative to the traditional wedding guestbook where people leave you a message – instead, set up a large canvas with a selection of paints and brushes, and ask your guests to create a piece of artwork for you.
At this wedding the guests were ask to ‘grow the bride and groom a garden’, but you could pick any kind of scene that meant something to you. Perhaps if you are particularly fond of hiking you could get everyone to paint you a mountain vista, or if you love the ocean, an underwater scene. It’s pretty much endless, and at the end of the evening you have a very personal piece of artwork to hang in your home.
I have been overwhelmed from the support and kind words I have received following Thursday’s post ‘when imitation is not the sincerest form of flattery.’ Out of something bad, such kindness has come. I will make sure to get back to everyone who has left a comment or emailed me with regards to that post, I’m just a bit snowed under adding all the finishing details to my new website – to be re-launched next week! In the meantime, I wanted to make it quite clear that I am 100% happy for all brides-to-be out there who have been inspired or […]Read more
This might possibly be one of the hardest blog posts I’ve had to write. I’ve spent the past 24 hours going over how to write without just screaming and shouting. Those of you who follow me on Twitter and Facebook might recall a bit of a meltdown on Tuesday evening – so without waffling around too much, I discovered that another business had taken original designs I’d hand-drawn for our wedding stationery and was selling them as their own ‘unique’ designs. I unwittingly clicked on a Twitter link and came across this businesses website – as I began to look […]Read more