Five exclusive places to be won on the “Made By You” DIY bridal workshop from Silver Sixpence in Her Shoe
What a competition I have for you brides-to-be today! I’ve got not 1, but 5 fantastic places to be won on a new and exclusive DIY bridal workshop from Silver Sixpence in Her Shoe.
You may well be familiar with the beautiful bridal accessories made by Nicola, the talented lady behind Silver Sixpence, each one handmade with gorgeous fabrics and vintage treasures – if you have just discovered them you’re in for a treat.
I’m utterly thrilled to have 5 places for my lovely readers to win on the “Something Borrowed, Something Blue & Made By You” workshop. This is fab DIY bridal workshop which will provide you with all the materials and know-how to create your own, one-of-a-kind headpiece whilst chatting to other brides-to-be, munching on homemade cake, and generally having a wonderful evening.
The workshop caters for all levels of sewers, from those who can’t thread a needle to those who are more experienced. Throughout the class, Nicola is able to offer one to one guidance to help perfect your sewing technique and suggest ways in how to personalize your headpiece. Silver Sixpence workshops create a lovely, relaxed environment for brides to socialise and share tips, tricks and inspiration!
Silver Sixpence provides all the sewing materials such as bases, antique laces, pretty trims, ribbons, one-off jewels, gems, buttons and feathers that you will need to create your headpiece. If you have a sentimental piece of jewellery that you would like to use, you can bring it along and Nicola can help you to incorporate it into your design.
The “Something Borrowed, Something Blue & Made By You” workshop is being held on Thursday 3rd May 2012. The workshop is taking place at And The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon in Manchester, and will run from 7pm until 10pm. I’m also hoping to pop along to see what’s going on and take a peek at all the beautiful creations being made by you ladies!
Enter the competition
To enter the competition, you need to head over to the Silver Sixpence in Her Shoe Facebook page – you need to ‘Like’ the page and write your answer to the following question on their wall: “What is the meaning behind the tradition of giving a bride a silver sixpence?”
Terms and Conditions
1. This competition closes at midnight on Sunday 1st April 2012.
2. Only one entry per person.
3. Entry is strictly by leaving your answer on the Silver Sixpence Facebook page.
4. There are 5 places to be won.
5. Brides winning a place will be permitted to make one headpiece at the workshop.
6. A free place is only valid for the DIY bridal “Made By You” workshop on Thursday 3rd May 2012 at And The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon and cannot be used for any other bridal “Made By You” workshop.
7. Winners will be notified and announced within a week of the competition closing.
8. Following notification, winners will be required to confirm their place at the workshop.