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Carnations, The Other Beautiful Flower

Carnations, The Other Beautiful Flower

 

As we all know, flowers and weddings go hand in hand.  There are so many choices to choose from; we have roses, calla lilies, daisies, tulips, orchids, and hydrangeas, to name a few. With this wide array of flowers to choose from, no wonder brides feel like kids in a candy store when it’s time to visit the florist.
As soon as we walk in the door, our senses are bombarded by all the beautiful scents and colors.  … Keep Reading to learn more

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Wedding Cakes – Texture Taste And Terror

Wedding Cakes – Texture Taste And Terror

A guarantee to put a smile on the face of guests attending a wedding is the moment they are handed a slice of wedding cake also a few pounds in weight if not careful.

Worth sinking your teeth into

Wedding cakes will always hold second place to the bride in looking amazing on this occasion. But as

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stunning as the bride may be it is the cake we want to sink our teeth into.… Keep Reading to learn more

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Gothic Brides Wedding Flower Guide

A Wedding Flower Guide for all Gothic Brides

This wedding flower guide will help making planning your most special day just a little easier.

Choosing a Colour Scheme

While you can leave all your wedding flower selections in the hands of a capable professional florist and get great results, you may want to take a more hands on approach. Gothic Brides will generally choose a dark colour scheme such as Red and Black with suitable creepy accessories.… Keep Reading to learn more

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An In Depth Look at Diamonds – Its Birth And History

Diamonds – Its Birth And History

In the beginning

About 2-3 billion years ago, carbon bearing rock about 100 miles below the earth’s surface was put under immense pressure and heated up to 2200 degrees Fahrenheit. The carbon atoms were forced to rearrange themselves in a crystalline structure and became diamonds. Various elements found their way into these new forms of carbon and created the different diamonds known today: pink, ruby red, yellow and blue.… Keep Reading to learn more