- 10 years ago
- Wedding: July 2012
If you like something, it will never be “out.” Besides parachute pants. Everything you’ve chosen it beautiful!
This is gorgeous! I love the use of burlap! Great job so far! 🙂
Really gorgeous so far!
I love everything!!
I love everything you’re doing, my wedding is the same theme. We are using the runners, books, and lace and burlap candles like you as well!
I love your favor idea, where did you find instructions on how to make candles? I’ve seen some DIY stuff on pinterest for candles but thought it would be too time consuming for my favors for 75+ people. Is it easier than it looks?
Love love love! Everything looks absolutely gorgeous!
So in love with everything!
Ooh, it’s all perfect! I’m planning to do lace-and-burlap shabby-chic as well, but with teapots as centrepieces 🙂 Your stuff is gorgeous!
@jesskersey10: You know- making soy candles isn’t as easy as I thought. They are kinda like a science experiment- such a delicate balance to make them work. Lucky for me- my Mom has taken over that project so I don’t have to worry too much. It’s totally doable- just give yourself some time to practice 🙂
@peachykd: @peacelovelaughter- All of the supplies and info to make candles we got from CandleScience.com. THey have tons of cute jars and scents to choose from and they also offer support. I just suggest buying a small amount first and experimenting before you get enough for your whole wedding. You need to head the soy flakes to a specific temperature, add the scent at a certain temperature and then let it cool before you pour. You also have to keep the jars nice and warm as they cool, or they will pull away from the glass…My Mom has got it down- but I thought it would be a bit easier 🙂
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