It’s getting to that time of year where bloggers all over the world start to post their annual round ups. I love doing (and seeing!) them myself and will be doing a few between Christmas and New Years, but today I thought I’d look back and share my top twenty weddings of all time.
These are the twenty most popular real weddings ever posted on Rock n Roll Bride based on number of views. Is your favourite in here?
20. The Seventies rule!
1970s backyard wedding
19. Cute n colourful
Colourful DIY festival wedding
18. Just you wait, until you see the rest of this wedding!
Margaret & Edi’s INCREDIBLE “Blows-Everything-Else-Out-of-the-Water” gothic Alice in Wonderland wedding
17. Any couple that hire a carousel for their reception are OK with me!
Insane Italian vintage circus wedding
16. Oh lala!
Sophisticated & sexy wedding in The Philippines
I’m not one of those people who expertly and meticulously wraps all their Christmas presents. I don’t have the patience and I’m too ham-fisted. So what I need is easy ways to do it. Ways that will make it look like I’ve made an effort, even if it took me three minutes flat.
Behold, ten stupidly easy wrapping ideas that not only look awesome but are so simple even I could recreate them.
If you blind them with neon, they won’t notice if you’ve done a crappy job
This is totally my style. Just cut to the chase already!
Source: Plate and Pencil
Wrap the whole galaxy around the gifts
Source: Norman’s Printery
I don’t mean to freak you out, but it’s less than three week’s until Christmas! Don’t worry, I haven’t started my shopping either..!
To help you on your way, I thought it might be fun to spend the day browsing Etsy (my favourite!) and share with you some of the coolest, non-cheesy personalised gifts for your best babes. Let’s hear it for the girls!
Initialed fold over clutch
Source: Mimic Design
Source: Atelier of Love
Custom piece of art
Source: Letters on Love
Customised pencils (extra props for Mean Girls quotes!)
Source: The Carbon Crusader
It might not be the most important thing at the wedding, but there’s no reason why you can’t have a bit of fun with your seating chart. These plans are cute, fun and are sure to inspire you to come up with something unique for your own big day.
Go colour coded
Source: 1940s carnival wedding
Use an old school chalk board
Source: Handmade budget-savvy yurt wedding
Hanging paper names
Source: Fun-filled kid’s party wedding
Source: Beachy, relaxed, Mexican wedding
It’s not just you that wants to look their best on your wedding day, your best friends will too! So instead of sticking them in some ill-fitting matching strapless monstrosities. why not give them something with a bit more style?!
You could have a brides-dude!
Source: Fashion forward London wedding
Source: Fairies, magic and nature inspired
Rainbow weddings are everywhere these days which makes me very happy indeed. Why pick just one colour scheme when you can have all the colours!? Here are some of my favourite ideas for multi-hued celebrations.
Ribbons on chairs
Source: Beachy Mexican fiesta wedding
Streamers, and plenty of them!
Source: Colourful day after party