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text 2020-10-23 01:11
5 Creative DIY Wedding Favors That Will Make Your Guests Feel Special




Adding a personal touch to your wedding is the perfect way to show your guests how much their presence at your wedding means to them. From your wedding gowns melbourne to the decor, a little bit of exclusivity will go a long way. After all, your guests probably put a bit of effort into attending your wedding and you want to show your thanks in the most genuine way possible. And what a better way to return the gesture other than DIY wedding favors!

 

Remember, DIY doesn't mean you're making the entire wedding favor necessarily from scratch. Here are some of our favorite five creative DIY wedding favors to inspire your own. 

 

 

  • Something Hot

 

If you’re planning a winter wedding, this might just be the perfect DIY wedding favor you could easily create! Let your guests go home with a warm gift that’s both comforting and soothing. A homemade hot chocolate kit, complete with all the sweet essentials needed to make this beloved beverage, marshmallows and all would make your wedding even sweeter. Individual copper mugs could add an even more elegant feel to the ingredients, which your friends and family will love sipping on a cold day. 




 

  • Something to Live-on

 

Baby succulent or seeds are another great wedding favor to allow people to remember your big day for a lifetime. Bring out your guests’ green thumbs after your wedding by giving them To plant the seed for an easy and eco-friendly wedding favor, encouraging guests to bring out their green thumbs after your wedding. Print and paste custom labels to attach to your packet or vase. 




 

  • Something Sweet

 

No matter what age your guest may be, they’ll never say no to a bag full of pink, cloud-like, sugary goodness. Personalize them with a cute thank you note, your own hashtag or even a picture of you’ll with a thumbs up!  Double the fun with a variety of candy colors for your own wedding, which you can always buy tubs of in bulk.




 

  • Something to Smell 

 

Everyone loves a good smelling candle, and Pinterest has tons of easy DIY wedding favor candles that’ll surely be appreciated by your guests. They’re pretty easy to make and the supplies are not at all expensive, especially if you have a few small glass jars on hand. Fill your mason jars with the candle mixture and then add your own label or other design to the jar itself. Tie on a little thank you message with a piece of twine or thin ribbon and ta daa, you have the cutest wedding favor to pass on. 




 

  • Something Alcoholic 

 

Prepare cute little cocktail kits for your adult guests as a remember of your special day. The ingredients for mojitos or any other cocktail aren’t terribly expensive, particularly if you choose not to provide the liquor. Print out the directions for creating the cocktail that you choose (or you could even make an assorted batch) and attach it to the package. Guests will love you for this one and they’ll think of you when they are relaxing and enjoying their after wedding cocktails.






Conclusion 

And there you have it guys here these are some creative DIY wedding favours that your guests would love to have. If you want more amazing wedding tips and tricks do check out other Bernadette Pimenta Couture  blogs or visit our website to know more about our designer wedding dresses melbourne  

 

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text 2020-09-30 12:00
10 Ideas That Will Make Your Wedding Day Extra Special

Weddings are one of those big days in our lives. It is our desire to have that fairy-tale wedding with everything being the best and everyone living the time of their lives. Apart from the usual things like décor, dresses, makeup, food etc. there are many other little details that could enhance your wedding a lot more, after all detailing does bring out everything to be a lot fancier. So here we bring to you 10 ideas that will make your wedding day extra special.

  1. A fancy welcome bag:

Has the celebration started? Make your guests feel like they’ve entered a real fairy-tale wedding with customized welcome bags which have things like a small pack of drinks, cookies and more such goodies apart from the usual venue map and sweets. You can even customize these bags to have details similar to that of your designer wedding dress in Melbourne.

 

  1. Take care of younger guests:

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Which wedding won’t have kids and babies? When the whole family is around it becomes a gathering for all those small humans too! An awesome wedding idea is to make it easier for your guests to take care of their kids by setting up a kid’s play area or a room with fun activities and movies and hire a professional for taking care of them. Have it close to your venue or within it so that it's easy for the parents to check on them.

 

  1. Flowers/confetti drop on first dance:

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Make your first dance look fancier with confetti or flower petals drop, it will even add more beauty to the pictures. You can even add in some smoke and balloons on the floor to add the fairy tale twist to it. Request a custom-made long trail for your couture bridal gown from Melbourne specially to wear it for the dance, just imagine a long trail, slow music and smoke with rose petals, aren’t we already in Disneyland?

 

  1. Customized guest book:

We started talking about details and a custom-made out of the usual guest book is another good way to represent great detailing. You can get a guest book that’s shaped like something else rather than a normal book, add some creativity to it with stickers and illustrations about you and your better half. Keep fancy pens for your guests to use.

 

  1. Ask for song requests:

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What better way to keep people entertained then playing the music they like? Ask your DJ to have each table request a song they like and have a variety of music being played at your wedding! This way every table can have something to dance to and enjoy. You can even have people come up and sing to karaoke!

 

  1. Play with your cutlery:

Having a summer beach wedding? Why not add in leaf shaped cutlery or maybe go to have real leaves! Having a vintage wedding? Add in some old themed cutlery! Try choosing something that goes well with the whole theme yet stands and surprises your guest.

 

  1. Take care of your guests:

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Take the specialness to an extra step by offering your guests small takeaway goodies like food packets, aromatic soaps with your initials, a bottle of water, etc. while they go home. Also, pay attention to the weather that day and plan accordingly for seating arrangements, sheds, umbrellas, shawls or maybe sunglasses, so that they’re comfortable. Request your designer to make up some shawls that match your couture bridal gown in Melbourne, if you have the budget for it.

 

  1. Get a live wedding painter:

Photographers are always the best, but how about having a souvenir from your wedding that has the touch of that day to it? Hire a professional to paint out the wedding while it happens you can even have one at your reception. These paintings will always be closer to you than the wedding pictures. 

 

  1. Take the customization to social media:

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Heard about having theme/brand hashtags? Think of a hashtag that best suits your wedding, it can even be something like: #jadeandnathanhitched or #jadeswedding then you can start adding these to your pictures on Instagram and even on twitter and have a social media album specially about your wedding! Request your guests to add it while posting pictures from your wedding. Another way to have the celebration on social media is by hiring a professional who’ll keep your socials updated as the wedding goes through, then you don’t have to worry about it. You can even have a hashtag that talks about fashion at your wedding and add in the best dresses and wedding gowns in Melbourne that your guests have worn.

 

  1. Add more of the ‘you’ factor: 

Well it’s your wedding! instead of abiding by the age-old traditions and having the same celebration, add some touches of what you and your better half loves, set up stalls for fun activities that you both like, set up play areas where you can have fun games you’re your guests, add in personalised backdrops with your old pictures or maybe a video about your relationship, add cute little infographics throughout the venue that talk about your relationship, add in a family tree so that the guests know who’s who, and the list goes on and on. 

 

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text 2020-09-22 13:00
5 Wedding Themes That are Trending in 2020 That You Need to Know Now

 

Well, we all know how this year has turned out to be and you may be wondering how are you even going to know about the wedding themes that are trending in 2020? Fret not, we’re here to help you. Before the pandemic set in the wedding theme was more focused on over the top designs be it with the décor and exquisite couture bridal gowns in Melbourne. Now it’s all about the intimate moments with your loved ones, attention to detail while keeping safety as the most important aspect.

We have listed below wedding trends that are very doable for a very simple wedding which definitely promises to make your day a special one to remember no matter where you choose to say ‘I do’

 

1) Intimate weddings

Knowing the situation, we know intimate weddings will be the way forward. Having a small bunch of people who matter will make the best sense. Plus, this would also be the safest way as of now. Since it's very personal, you can treat them with elaborate meals and tons of personalization options to make it feel very warm and relaxed.

 

 

2) Eco-Friendly

Going eco-friendly can be the best thing for not just people but our mother nature in general. Sustainable weddings are on the rise in recent years and it’s time it has caught the attention all over. Do consider upcycling your wedding requirements be it sourcing locally grown food items, reusing florals used for the wedding ceremony, using paper or bamboo straws for drinks instead of plastic ones, replacing place settings with fruits as an alternative centerpiece idea, using actual trees in beautiful planters instead of cut flowers to up the aesthetic and so much more. So you see? There are so many ways we can reuse stuff to maintain the eco-friendliness that we so require right now.

 

3) Self-serving bars

 More and more couples all over the world are creating self-service bars. It’s like an artificial mounted dispenser to pour over drinks like beer, cocktails etc. This allows the guest to create their perfect drink. Imagine yourself creating your signature cocktail drink just the way you like it? Sounds amazing doesn’t it? Plus, by having these self -serving bars you won't have that many bartenders.

 

 

 

 

4) Two-in-one wedding dresses

The beginning of this year saw many brides choosing designer wedding dresses in Melbourne which focused on the Victorian-style dresses. These dresses feature high necklines, low hemlines, lots of lace layers and flowing style skirts which are reminiscent of the Victorian era. It’s pretty beautiful yet modern which makes it even the style very breath-taking. There’s something about this look that won’t go away anytime soon.

 

5) Giving back to charity

With the rise in intimate weddings, you do tend to save a lot on your wedding celebrations. The best thing to do is to give back to society. Many couples all over the world are doing it and making charitable donations. This trend will get bigger in the coming years. This will not only make you feel good but it will make someone’s day and year so much better. As a couple, you’d be spreading so many smiles which is a really good thing.

 



Now that you know some of the popular wedding themes that are trending this year, we can’t wait to see you in a beautiful wedding gown in Melbourne and have a memorable celebration that you will cherish for years to come.

 

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text 2020-08-25 11:36
How To Choose The Perfect Wedding Flowers For Your Big Day

 

Whether you envision yourself walking down the aisle in a couture bridal gown in Melbourne or a simple reception, wedding flowers and décor are essential to elevating your space into a site worthy of a once-in-a-lifetime celebration. Learn how to pick the best pros and make it an event for all to revel in and remember.

 

Once you have your location set, it's time to dream up what will make it look and feel extra-special, and what you might carry or wear down the aisle. While it is not an absolute necessity to have red roses - or even a floral bouquet for that matter: Feel free to explore a variety of options like botanicals, ponder plants, or unexpected alternatives. The trick is to play up what you love, what jibes with your venue, and what's widely available at the time of year.

 

Find a Florist

Aim to hire one six months to a year out, and allot between 5 and 8 percent of your budget. Ask friends, your venue's manager, and your planner (if you have one) for recommendations. Scroll through Instagram feeds of vendors to see whom they've worked with locally. Unless you love a person's specific style, diverse portfolios are preferable to those showing singular looks. Above all, hire someone you communicate well with. 

 

 

Gather Inspiration

Location and time of year are key influences in your design decision—a wintry ballroom and a beach setting have very different vibes. But ideas can come from anywhere. We suggest collecting pictures of favorite spaces and artwork to jump-start the process. Share paint chips of your palette and dress swatches. Consider using blooms with personal meaning, too, like the lilacs your grandmother carried on her wedding day.

 

Plan for Impact

A few amazing things can be more special than loads of designs used for padding. Go big or dramatic in focal areas, such as entrances or a prominent fireplace mantel. Small arrangements in restrooms or on the bar are optional, but centerpieces are in full view for hours.

 

 

Spending Savvy

Want to save money on your big-day floral décor? Remember that blooms that don't need to be flown in from afar are less expensive and more eco-friendly. Fillers, like foliage, branches, and berries are easy ways to amplify a smaller arrangement; they're more cost-effective than fresh petals. Last but not least, ask for designs that can be enjoyed all weekend (and beyond). Use potted plants as aisle markers or near prominent signs, like the "Ceremony this way!" placard in a farm or vineyard.



While wedding flowers are not the most essential part of a wedding, it certainly is a unique accessory that adds awe to a bride on her big day. While planning your wedding day can be exciting, it can sometimes get a little overwhelming having to make so many big decisions. Bernadette Pimenta, at Iconic Melbourne bridal designer is known to craft the perfect balance between style and comfort. Whether you’re picking your florals because they are sentimental to you both, or you’ve been inspired by your wedding dress or bridal party colours, Bernadette will make sure to take all your stress away by delivering the best to you. To know more about her and her services. Contact her to know more. 

 

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text 2020-08-25 10:08
The 5 Most Common Colour Wedding Blunders and Ways to Avoid Them

Whenever we think of a grand event like a wedding the one thing that really stands out are the colours used in the décor. The theme of a wedding is affected by various factors and colours play a major role in them. Apart from the interiors and other arrangements, to avoid wedding blunders it is very necessary that we also pay attention to the colours. We all know that there are so many options to choose from, and it’s very natural to fall in love with more than what’s required. But do remember these will be seen everywhere on your wedding day, from your bouquets to the bridesmaids’ dresses!  

The colours work like the soul of the décor, there are so many possibilities when it comes to choosing the right combinations. Having a perfect balance and also focusing on the details of the best couture bridal gowns in Melbourne will provide with you with a beautiful setting. So here are some mistakes you should avoid on your big day:

1. Just looking at pictures

 

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Viewing colours on different mobiles and other devices can change the way they actually would be seen in reality. These devices have different calibrations which affect the actual colour, even on printed sheets. Never finalise a colour without seeing it for real.

2. Picking too many colours

 

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It’s good to go with two or three colours but choosing many colours just because you like them will make the whole set not blend in and feel disjointed. Usually choosing light hues is the way to go or having a darker colour in contrast with a lighter one and a metallic will also do wonders.

3. Pulling off the whole theme on the bridal party

 

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It is not necessary that all the colours of your wedding theme will look good on bridal gowns. There are many stores providing you with the best wedding gowns in Melbourne and will help you guide and match the bridal party with the theme. Do not forget the skin tones and hair colours when choosing the dresses, always prefer colours that’ll go with all the varieties.

4. Ignoring the venue

 

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It’s very much needed that you pay attention to the wedding setting and the whole theme of the place, choosing the colours against the walls and details of the location will make the whole look seem very off.

5. Choosing everything in one colour

 

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If there’s a colour which you absolutely love it’s not good to get everything in the same hue, this will make the whole setting very monochromatic and flat. Try getting variants of the same shade and mix them up with the classic whites and greys or some other favourable colours, metallics work well with every combination too. Stressing a lot is not healthy and might even make you be less excited about your big day. Always try to be more natural and do what you love. Give more effort to getting your most favourite designer wedding dress in Melbourne it will be the biggest memory of your wedding and will be there with you forever, also who wouldn’t just love looking awesome and happy! Pay more attention to the big day of your life and everything else will automatically fall in place.

 

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