Drip cakes have made it big over the last 2 years, now they are starting in infiltrate the wedding industry… already starting to fill our Pinterest pages they will be around for another couple of years yet.

Gold is the biggest trend, team with rose gold cutlery, read about that here. Add your wedding flowers to be the top to take it from cake to wedding cake


Gold comes in so many different shades, go light with a white cake to keep it simple.


Switch it up by adding a white drip to a gold cake!


Change the traditional tiered cake with pink ombre and super light gold drips, add bright flowers for colour.


Go really pink with pink everything, add macarons with gold leafing to keep the gold theme.


Paint the cake with your wedding colours like this one


Here is the cake of dreams…


Even a rustic wedding can have a drip cake, team with a semi-naked cake to keep everything on trend


Add a cake topper, see our favs here


Head back over to pinterest and follow our pages!

Garden Games!

Summer weddings cry out for garden games, any wedding style can add a few games to keep guests entertained while photos are taken. They are always a big hit with all ages and are even more fun late at night! Here are our favs:

Make your own ring toss by spraying some bottles and adding them to a crate

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Simple hula hoops make great photos, get enough for the groomsmen to have one big photo together


Make sure you get at least one photo of yourselves playing the games,


Why not play giant scrabble!


Or go with old school playground games, again get those groomsmen involved!


We can’t do a post without incuding the classic croquet


Make jenga your own my adding cute hearts, use forever as children get older


Create signs for your space hoppers! Check out our signs post here


Go adventurous and create a giant wall of water balloons to be burst by throwing something at them!


So many more ideas, as always, over on our Pinterest page! We know more of you arrived from there so head back and click follow!


Writing out your name, address or anything else 100’s of times can get pretty boring, never mind the hand ache and casualties as something goes wrong! Stamps are the best way around this, we love stamps! Not only can you print all those envelopes or seal them all with your favourite colour wax you also get a tiny piece of the wedding to keep forever, perhaps even use again for your 50th wedding anniversary party!

We found a few of our favourites for you here:


Now go out and find your favourite stamp!

Keep your guests cosy…

Everyone wants their wedding to last as long as possible, what better way to keep guests cosy than a big pile of blankets! This trend is set to stay again for 2017 with brides and grooms still filling baskets, adorning ladders and covering hay bales with in keeping blankets!

We picked our very favorite ideas here…


Make sure you follow our Pinterest pages to keep upto date with the latest trends!

Pumpkin Passion

Nothing quite add finishing touches to an autumn wedding like pumpkins!

Getting more and more popular over here in the UK there are some amazing ways to add them into your autumn wedding.

Use them as decorations in windowsills or on tables at the wedding, these have simply had holes drilled into them for a stunning effect.


Use them as a base for centerpieces by adding flowers and other autumnal touches.


Spray paint tiny littles ones and use as place cards.


Pile spray painted ones high around other items to create centerpieces or table decorations.


Carve your name into them and line them up for photos.


Use them as a cake topper, this twist on the original bride and groom looks elegant.


Use tiny little bride and groom pumpkins instead.


Line walkways with pumpkins to create autumnal photo ops.


Spray them white and add your favourite fonts to write your name or Mr & Mrs.


What would you do with a pumpkin? Tell us your favorite ideas below!

Leafing Around

Autumn = leaves. Nobody can question that one! So why not fill your autumnal wedding with these leafy ideas!

Bring branches inside by using them as table decorations in mason jars.


Collect leaves and spray gold or any other metallic colour to add to tables.


Why not cover them in glitter!


Use as a hair vine – like this? We have loads more in our hair vine post here.


Use leaf shaped bunting with a play on words.


Why not make your own table confetti using leaves you have collected? Click the photo to see how!


Use leaves, acorns, branches and burnt orange colours to create hanging masterpieces!


Use a finger print tree with autumnal colours as your guest book


Add burnt orange and red leaves plus branches in sugar craft to tie the look into the cake.


I love leaves! Do you? Yes! Then head to our pinterest page for so much more!