I love this Nutcracker inspired wedding shoot, seen over on Studio DIY, by Live View Studios. If you are thinking of a winter wonderland type wedding or party, then take a look at this for a bit of inspiration.
We are definitely partial to a macaron and a martini here at Temple Gregory, so love this from OhLaLa.
OhLaLa (a luxury food and drink events company) is now offering a Macaron and Martini Masterclass. Ideal for hen parties, bridal treats or gifts.
The masterclass will cost from £80 per person, and can be hosted at a number of luxury locations throughout London, or they can even come to you. There are also Macaron and Tea Masterclasses available.
OhLaLa will be taking up residence in some of London’s finest venues, holding intimate classes (up to 16 guests at a time) run by world-class pâtissiers from the likes of Zuma and Granger & Co. Each session offers guests the chance to create and take-away their own macarons, whilst expert mixologists teach and assist with the mixing and shaking of Martinis.
OhLaLa aim to bring an element of fun to each workshop, in a gorgeous and relaxed atmosphere. It offers the perfect way to spend an afternoon with friends, surprising a bride-to-be or treating your mother.
The Macaron and Martini Masterclasscan be booked individually or you can take over an entire class with a group booking.
To find out more or to book your session, pop over to the OhLaLa website.
I saw this sparkly wedding inspiration round up over on Marry This and just wanted to share it with you. You may have gathered by now that I am a bit of a magpie and a fan of anything that sparkles – what better excuse than a wedding to sparkle things up a bit?!
Table numbers are quite often overlooked when thinking of your table decoration and I want to show you how a good one can make a big difference – after seeing a post over on my favourite wedding blog Belle The Magazine.
It is only a small detail in the whole scheme of things, but still an important one I think. Many venues tend to supply brides with those horrible metal stands to plonk a piece of card in – I think we can do better than that!