Favours are an easy way to bring a bit of extra floral decor to your wedding tables using something you’re already spending on anyway!  Lots of good ideas from milk bottle or jam jar arrangements, potted succulents or flowering plants, or even just add a sprig to your favour packaging.  Get inspired by our wedding favour Pinterest board!

If you only add one extra touch to your wedding ceremony, the most effective by far is to add flowers to your wedding chairs.  All of your guests will have their eyes glued to the back of those two chairs making it the perfect spot to tie in your floral theme.  A couple of inexpensive bunches tied with lace or raffia is enough, instantly charming!  Lots of chair decor ideas over on our Pinterest board.

Vintage style wedding decor is as popular as ever, but a lot of couples are updating the look with a modern vintage, midcentury style.  Graphic shapes and bright colours are complimented by light flowing contemporary flower arrangements.  We love the candy colours and gold accents!

The colour that most springs to mind during Easter has to be yellow. It’s a bright, spring colour and lets not forget all those fluffy little yellow chicks! So, whether you’re giving someone a bouquet, making a centrepiece for dinner or just decorating your home with some Easter flowers, here’s a list of some of our favourite yellow flowers this spring. The yellow oriental lily is a bold and beautiful, in any display. We had to include the daffodil on this… Read more »

2015 sees Ireland poised to offer the opportunity for outdoor civil ceremonies, time to start thinking about decor! I am looking at ideas that offer a quick change option for decor to be brought indoors quickly in case of game-changing weather. Especially love the shepherd’s crook arrangements and petals up the aisle! See our other outdoor wedding ideas on our Pinterest board.

I was at the wedding of a friend a few weeks ago, and wanted to share some images of her stunning table arrangements.  There was so much attention to detail and gorgeous handmade touches, it was truly the most beautiful table I have ever sat down to. The tables were covered with bolts of hessian, and topped with brown and white toile runners.  Brown glass bottles and jars made simple vase for delicate paper blooms, while paper hearts cut from… Read more »

I came across a tutorial for this pretty garland and it spoke to my deep and abiding need to hang pretty things everywhere.  It would be perfect for wedding decorations, around the door of the church or across the top table, maybe?  It would be easy to make up in wedding colours, use up scraps of fabric or indulge yourself in a few metres of gorgeous quilting cottons. It’s really easy to make–really!–and only requires some basic childlike skills, such… Read more »