I was doing a little bit of recon work on the back-end of my website – looking at stats, etc. – and it seems as though people connect a lot more with my regular content than with my Christmas content! This is neither here nor […]
Do you love entertaining? Yes. Do you love Christmas decorations? Yes. Do you love food? Yes. THEN THIS IS THE POST FOR YOU. Combining all things festive and Christmas and food and hosting and entertaining and eating and being merry, today we will be looking […]
Much like my cocktail post, I had planned buying a shitload of wrapping paper and decorative elements and wrapping presents and taking pretty photos but the pregnancy is catching up with me, the hours in the day seem to pass without me realising it and, why should I take credit for the amazing, creative talent and ideas of other talented bloggers?
So here we have it, day nine of the countdown featuring some of the prettiest wrapping I ever did see.
First up we have the wrapping genius behind our lead image from EatWell101. I have always been mad for natural wrapping as in brown paper, twine, nature-y elements.. this is THE perfect marriage of each of those things and I love this. Love it, love it, love it.
Next, from Smart Furniture comes another minimal, natural wrapping theme. I am obviously obsessed with this one as well.
The next group of gift wrapping examples comes from Stylizimo – and they are stunning, people. There isn’t much text to go off, but the two ideas will require a bit more preparation that you will need to source a few more materials including swing tags, cookie cutters (if you desire), or alternative decorative elements.
Sticking with the theme I love so much, from These Four Walls blog comes this stunning array of wrapping ideas. Though all in the same vein, each of them varies just a little bit to make for a beautiful pile of gifts and goodies beneath one’s Christmas tree!
So so so pretty, so chic, so much, so everything. These ideas from Maison de Pax are BEAUTIFUL and all other lovely adjectives EVER, ’nuff said.
And finally, I found this one from the blog Place of My Taste, but I am not sure where this image or idea originated from. This is one of my favourites as it requires minimal supplies, instead layering the same textures and materials for the desired effect. SAH PRETTY.
Whether you are going all out and hiring a venue and catering and the whole shebang, or if you are doing something at home with a budget, your baby shower can still ooze fabulousness, instgrammableness and loveliness! I have always loved hand-making as much as […]
Lists are my favourite. I have mentioned that several times. Lists give me direction. Lists allow me to plan. Lists let me know when I have achieved things. I have several notebooks that I use specifically for list-making. Planning a baby shower, it turns out, […]