Happy Saturday! Today I’d like to share a floral birthday invitations design for a friend of mine daughter’s first birthday. With her brilliant cooking skills, she will host a birthday party inspired from Alice in Wonderland and Mad Hatter afternoon tea. Scrumptious fondant cakes, bundt cakes, sponge cakes, chocolate slices, scones and teas on vintage cups and stands- that’s how she imagines her daughter special day. A beautiful floral arrangement is the key of the day’s celebration, so I decided to incorporate the whimsical watercolour floral into the invitations.Read more
I am obsessed with Kinder and I’d love to share every kinder I’ve found with my friends. I thought it would be more fun to package them nicely in the personalised favor bags. These bright aqua and yellow polkadot favor bag are adorable and perfect for any summer occasions. Add a bow tie ribbon along with a personalised calligraphy card and you are good to go!
It’s the time of the year again, I am turning 26 years old! A week earlier, I sent this online invite to my friend’s inbox ( a modern way to send out the invitation!) To nail the online invite, the best way is using the gif to maximise the interactivity. To allow the guest to feel the west indies vibrant- I created a rainbow colour theme with typo combo and a little dancing pineapple at the corner!
If you have an upcoming sunflower bridal shower and need some pretty place cards that will brighten up the event, this tutorial might be the answer. Using bright yellow paper rosettes for place settings is such great idea! They are easy to assemble and will look nice next to the table centrepiece. Find the full instructions on how to make DIY Place Cards: Yellow Rosettes below:
Need to wrap cute festive giveaway this Christmas? Dress them up like a santa! These fluffy marshmallow Santa will definitely make some impression during this holiday season.