I run a small business selling unique handmade items. I do the wedding fair rounds selling my handpainted fingerprint trees. I plan to blog about all things weddingy plus anything else that takes my fancy!
A few weeks ago, we decorated The Waterside Hotel in Brighton for Rosie and Sam’s purplesque (new word?!) wedding. Their wedding was really personal, filled with their characters and personalities. Rosie made a lot of the decorations herself. The favours were glass bottle of coke with all their guest’s names on and there were activities on the tables to amuse the children. For the ceremony, Rosie had made paper flowers which decorated the aisle and they had an archway to say their vows under. Our friends at Zest took the formal photos and I’m hoping to cadge a few once they have wedited them and presented them to Rosie and Sam. In the meantime, here are some shots I took once we’d set up:
All of us at BFC wish you both a lifetime of happiness and joy! Congratulations Rosie and Sam xx
It’s always an honour to share a couple’s big day, even if it is in a fairly small way.
We met Andy and Rachel at the Amex wedding fair last year. They knew they wanted blue but weren’t aware how many blues there actually are! They settled on a strong royal blue paired with a soft sky blue which looked stunning together.
They got hitched yesterday at the Spa Hotel in Tunbridge Wells. A lovely venue with gorgeous grounds. It was a bit of a grey and drizzly start but the sun won the battle and I hope they managed to get some sunny shots!
This was Rachel and Nick’s wedding at Fontwell House. They chose a sage green sash with lycra chair covers with an ivory top table swag. Rachel put some gorgeous little details in and Nick’s mother arranged the flowers. Wishing you both a very happy and fulfilled life together!
Lovely natural table centre pieces and fairy lights all over the shop! They chose white Lycra covers with a royal blue sash which showed off the plants beautifully. Congratulations to you both, wishing you a wonderful life together x
Latexing (ooo er Mrs!)
Mr BFC has been busy cutting and we have ordered him a new workshop so he doesn’t have to stand outside in the cold once the weather gets chilly. Exciting stuff!
Today he has been cutting out initial baubles which will then get glittered and prettified, stocking up for the winter fairs we will be doing. He has also cut a new HoHoHo sign which if you look it from the back says ‘oHoHoH’. Watch out for all the new items appearing on the website soon but in the meantime, check out the production line!
Been meaning to post this for a L O N G time. The erection of BFC HQ. Donated by the ever lovely Rachel from http://www.buddingsensations.co.uk and put up by Mr BFC with a fair amount of cursing. Oh and I genuinely almost died when we put the roof up and it nearly crushed me…. But I lived to tell the tale, hurrah! Don’t you love the light blue?!