It’s Sunday night, Pickles is now tucked up in bed and I have my second cuppa tea of the day; I really should be on cup 5 or 6 by now! And it’s time for our weekly frabjous find!
I was going to wrap the week up with the Lanvin Multi-strand glass pearl bracelet from Selfridges. This bracelet would be an exquisite and dreamy expense for a Bride as it is so dramatically beautiful but I stumbled upon these little beauties and I love them more than the bracelet.
Little Retreats wedding props are quite brilliant and very clever and can be found on the wonderful Etsy. For those who haven’t heard of Etsy yet, it is the worlds biggest handmade craft website packed full of talented women who all make original craft. There you can find anything from hats, jewellery, bags, knitting, clocks, kitchenware, bedding, paintings – it is endless and it is all wonderfully unique and handmade originals!
Little Retreats is a crafty little lady from Washington in the United States. She is a Mum of one who loves crafty things, is very good at it too and of course loves weddings (kindred spirit) and she makes the most wickedly fun props for weddings: from drink mustaches (you have to see them), to Mr & Mrs signs to cut-out bird cages and Photo booth (more on that soon) glamour!
Her wedding props are immaculate, stylish, extremely enjoyable and infuse such a sense of fun. Personally I would have several of her wedding props: the Mr & Mrs signs for the table (oh so romantic), the Mr & Mrs banner for photos and the mustaches for the drinks. Make a statement with them and help your guests giggle and relax – her wedding props are a must have I say!
Wedding props and Photo booths are starting to become trendy here in the UK and are already a massive hit in the US. And, can you believe Little Retreats has a turn around of only 14 days and posts around the world!
Have a little look at these:
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These are a fabulous little detail to add to your wedding day, we love them here at Alice In Weddingland. My favourite has to be the ‘I’m her Mr and I’m his Mrs’ signs – awe they appeal to my soppy side! Keep them and frame them over the dining table.
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