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19.3.18

The DIY Bride Mini Survival Guide : 15 Tips and Ideas for Your Wedding Planning


Not long ago, my husband and I had a November wedding. We planned our wedding in January, and aimed for only a cozy, intimate wedding with our families and friends who are dear to us. Even though it was a small wedding, the planning was overwhelming. To many, I am considered a lucky bride because my husband, Justin, was involved in every decision making in the planning. For us, the wedding wasn't a "girl's thing", but it was our thing to do together. We decided on things like song list, the band, my bridal wear and shoes, his tuxedo, our flowers, our wedding card designs, you name it. We had no help from wedding planners, but we were lucky to have some relatives who pitched in to make things happen for us on that day. Plus, I also had the chance to do a lot of my wedding decorations and colour coordination by myself too.

Moving on, because we didn't have a wedding planner, there were some information that I picked up on my own, and I am just really glad to be able to share it with you. Something old, something new and definitely something borrowed! Here is a DIY bride mini survival guide with tips, ideas and reminders for your wedding planning.

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5.3.18

Busy Girl's Guide: 4 Things to Lookout for in Online Shoe Shopping


Back when I was still working as a full time copywriter, I didn't have much time to shop for new clothes and shoes. Working in an art & design field, I felt that it was important for me to be presentable at all times. I know most people dread having to plan their everyday outfits, but not for me. It was one of my favourite things that I look forward to. I was lucky to have my office located next to a shopping mall; lunch time was often coupled with quick shopping. But when I have a tight schedule (and spend a lot of time on the computer) online shopping was the next best thing.

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28.1.18

Malaysian Paper Flower Maker - Best 10 Handmade Botanical Art by Priscilla Garden


Flowers are beautiful! One of mother nature's best masterpieces. But like all things, flowers wilt and die, and eventually we have to discard it away. Which is why, my favorite thing about handmade paper flowers is the beauty of being able to preserve a particular type of flower that you might like. Botanical art has become the perfect touch as gifts, weddings and decorations because it will last forever.

Priscilla Ang, also known as Priscilla Garden, specializes in making paper flowers. Her orders are back to back, and she is constantly booked for every occasion back in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Some of the flowers that she makes are catered for events like teacher's day, valentine's day, even floral backdrops and of course, everyone's favourite:- weddings!

Let's look at Priscilla's top 10, best made Paper Flowers
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