Making fairytale weddings come true.

Month: November, 2012

Big Beautiful Walk-In Closet


Every girls’ dream. Carrie Bradshaw’s walk-in closet in Sex And The City.

Having a large walk-in closet (more like a dressing room) is a fantasy shared by many people. A large closet is the one room that, no matter who you live with, you can make entirely your own. If you want to have hot pink walls, carpet and upholstery — you totally can because it’s your domain.

Large, dream-inducing closets are an extension of their occupant and the drool worthy wardrobe inside. Turn a bookshelf into a giant shoe storage show piece featured on a prominent wall. Pay attention to prominent and repeat colours in your wardrobe and use those as the wall colour or accessories to tie the space together. Add a chandelier — why? why not?

These closets don’t happen everyday, so when it’s your chance to go crazy in your closet — don’t hold back because fashion never does!


Delish! Macaron Case

Spoil your bridesmaids or guests with these mouth-watering trinket macaron cases which vary in an array of pretty pastel shades! Perfect for stashing jewellery, pins, spare change, makes a great pill case or party favour, too. 2.25″ diameter. Ceramic. Complete with a hinged lift-up lid. Pick your favourite or collect them all. Available from Style number: SKU # 26008193

Tasha ‘Perfect Veil’ Headband

Feathers drift above the centre of a pleated flower accented with twinkling rhinestones and placed at one side of a satin-covered metal headband. Polyester/crystals/metal. By Tasha. Available from

Blydesign Sinclair Cuff

Get swept away by the dramatic beauty of the Blydesign Sinclair cuff. The black lucite flower has ornately crafted petals that are fanned out in full bloom. This floral detail rests atop the 24k gold plated cuff exhibiting a style that is both feminine and bold. 2.5 Inches. 24k Gold plate. Lucite. Style #MC0211BD14. Available from

Elegant Detailing


Think about details in everything, like china and linen patterns. Hand calligraphy gives wedding stationery a touch of old-fashioned
etiquette. “Simple has been done before,” said wedding planner Kasey Skobel-Conyers. “Think Old City. People need a new idea of what chic can be.”