Green is such a fresh colour and is a natural for your wedding colour scheme. Green in its many different shades suits everyone – it’s finding the right shade and design that will be the challenge for you!
Here are some examples to get you started……
Swarovski crystal rivolis in a silver setting from Le Petit Ruban
Vintage ((1930′s) emerald earrings set in 14 carat gold from RE Sales
Vintage crystal with tourmaline and amethyst navette earrings from Simply Perfect Beadaful Adornments
Handmade tourmaline, peridot and aquamarine cluster earrings from Clay Beads and More
Antiqued brass filigree olive green glass earrings from Morning Glory Cottage
Tourmaline roundels with 14 carat gold filled rounds around the frame from Sylvia Jewelry
So many greens – which one would you choose?
These have been around now for a while – but we still love them for their sheer yummy-ness! Serve them with dried fruits, fresh fruits, walnut bread, quince paste, good port, champagne, nuts – what ever you love – you can’t go wrong.
If selecting the cheeses yourself, be sure to go to a specialty cheese shop (such as the ones listed below) and taste plenty of varieties to make your final selection. Ask the shop owner what they would recommend.They will have many varieties of cheese to choose from.
As this is to be your ‘wedding cake’, think of serving home made marshmallows and hot chocolate to your guests before they go home – for that sweet farewell!
Gorgeous tiered cheesecake from The Gourmet Grocer Balmain – order on line.
For our friends in the Northern Hemisphere, a touch of yellow gorgeousness from A Cheesy Alternative
From Maleny QLD, comes these creations from Colin James Fine Foods
If you don’t live near these specialty cheese shops – don’t hesitate to email them with your ‘cheese’ cake plans – I’m sure they would be only too happy to assist you!
There’s something about that meltingly creamy explosion of flavour that you get from fudge that feels so decadent and wicked. Packaged in little cellophane bags, they make the perfect favour – if you can stop yourself from eating them before hand!
Walnut and white chocolate fudge from Thibeault’s Table
Pumpkin fudge with spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and ginger from Sweet Pea’s Kitchen
Popcorn fudge from Raspberri Cupcakes
Vegan peanut butter chocolate fudge from Munchin with Munchkin
Now I’m off to have a cup of tea to try to stop my fudge cravings!
So much excitement, so much dancing, so much laughter, so much kissing and saying hello – it’s enough to make you famished!
So when midnight rolls around it’s time to re-fuel with snacks guaranteed to make your mouth water! Just try stopping at one…..
Yummy Sandwich cookies from The Decorated Cookie
Gorgeous rose topped cupcakes from Zoe Bakes
Forget the diet – ham and cheese sliders from The Girl Who Ate Everything
Cinnamon sugar French toast bites with maple syrup dipping sauce from Multiply Delicious
Try stopping at just a few of these – black pepper and lime fries from Framed Cooks
Pomegranate fudge from Not So Humble Pie – could it get any better than this?
Another in our series on finding the right earrings for your wedding gown! Today we are showcasing garnets – that dark red semi precious stone with a depth and beauty and a touch of mystery and romance. Add dark red shoes, flowers, beading or embroidery and carry that through into your wedding reception colour scheme for an exotic touch.
Vintage Bohemian garnet drop earrings from Old Europe Jewelry
Hand carved and cast 14K gold vine earrings with garnet drop from Melissa Caron Jewelry
Sterling silver seed pearl and garnet wrapped earrings from Mari Design
Gold and garnet earrings from Hadas Gold
14K gold earrings with faceted garnet briolletes from Nans Glam
Victoria style garnet earrings from Old Europe Jewelry