One of the best decisions I made whilst planning my wedding was learning how to do faux calligraphy. I managed to DIY a lot of my wedding stationary which helped saved a few pennies, and since the wedding I’ve been able to make my bullet journal look prettier with a lot less effort! Once you have the initial lettering down, the ‘calligraphy’ part is actually pretty easy – so don’t be intimidated by it, you’ll be surprised by what you can achieve! Hopefully by the end of this post, you will have an understanding of how to create beautiful lettering, and all you will need is a biro!
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Planning your wedding is one hell of a daunting challenge, there are so many little details to think about and coordinating it all is a big job! Probably the easiest solution to this problem is hiring a wedding planner, however since that is more often than not an unachievable option money wise (it certainly wasn’t an option for me), I thought I would share some of the things I learnt whilst planning my own wedding.
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As some of you may already know, Craig and I got married in April, on our third anniversary. It was the most perfect day, and we made some amazing memories! We drank, we ate, we laughed, we danced and most importantly we spent the day with all of our friends and family. It’s taken me forever to get around to it, but I’m finally going to share all the details of our special day with you.
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Some of you might be aware already, but I’m getting married in April. The big day is coming round frightfully quickly, which is making me feel a whole different host of emotions. I thought I would write down some of my thoughts and feelings in a post – if it gets sappy then I’m sorry, but it might do!
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