Apart from it being an absolutely random opportunity to add a bit of Ace of Bass to a post (because we can). It’s a chance go show off a little bit of delightful wedding decoration. We love this from Cozy Homes… we do! I do Shabby Chic Wedding Decor
and spurious Ace of Bass because we keep our promises!
We know that yesterday was let them eat cake day – we could have saved this bad bwoy for next week. But, we loved this all too much to wait. This is today’s official entrant and only winner of the pretty committee.
Calligraphy. Cut. Cake topper – so get down with your bad cake eating selves’ whist admiring the cursive curves of calligraphy. The super fine pretty comes from the hopefully not paper cut hands of Frances and Francis. Love the pretty!
The photographic and paper cutting glory goes to: Frances and Francis
It’s oh so decorous up in here, up in here! We are a little bit in love and sort of jealous of the fiendishly good designs of these super pretty pieces from Sarah Park Designs. You’ve gotta love a Geometric cubes and more than that, this more Ace that the Ace of Spades backdrop.
You can cop a whole lot more deliciousness up in this link (for those of you who detest s-language) we’ll rephrase – you’ll indubitably find an abundance of wedding paraphernalia of exquisite quality once you click the link
The photographic glory goes to: Lauren Fair Photography
Well BB Lovers, once upon a time we knew someone who claimed that they could hear flowers scream so they would only have artificial flowers. If this person was still in our lives as crazy as a box of frogs as they were, we believe that this would send them into paroxysms of agony as we think they’d take issue with the use of trees – but hey we can’t help but love Mei Origami.
But, when trees have been reworked into the most stunning origami like ever-ever, we think that Madam Crazy for Coco Puffs would have to rescind her objection to the abuse of plant (and tree) life, as this is the most beauteous abuse possible – our favourite picks from Mei Origami are thus.
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