Well, it’s almost Christmastime … the season where we all do last minute shopping, go on Christmas light hunting rides and enjoy time with family and friends. I hope you enjoy these Christmas “blogiday” postings as I review some oldies but goodies from the vault.
I know I have said this before, but I love Twitter! While Facebook seems to be a network that keeps Hill City Bride grounded in and around my local area of Lynchburg, VA, Twitter provides a venue for HCB to connect with others both far and wide across the globe! I recently “twet” (as in “twitter met”) RoseMarie from Home Confetti on Twitter, and when she kept tweeting the most adorable ideas, I asked her to guest post for HCB.
Hi Hill City Bride Readers!
My name is RoseMarie from Home Confetti, and I am SO super excited to be guest blogging here on Hill City Bride! Jennifer and I met on Twitter, and we are fast becoming blogging BFFs! I love her blog and the beautiful inspiration she offers each day.
The blog I edit, Home Confetti, is a collection of ideas that you can use to throw a great party … like your wedding! I often turn to wedding sites, like this one, for inspiration and ideas. I hope today, I can offer some of you a little inspiration for your own celebration.
I am guessing many of you are preparing for an upcoming winter wedding. A winter wedding provides endless opportunities for beautiful white wonderland tablescapes … I have to say one of my favorite winter themes is a rustic white wedding. If this is the direction you’re headed, here is a beautiful centerpiece that will enhance your wedding décor. If it’s not, this dreamy centerpiece may change your mind!
This centerpiece was made with birch sleeves that can be purchased at your local flower market, or you can also find them on www.save-on-crafts.com. Save-on-Crafts.com is a great resource for wedding supplies. If you haven’t yet—check it out asap!
Once you have your birch vase done, embellish it with pins, fabric flowers, ribbon and even real flowers. Use this on each guest table or a collection of these together as a buffet centerpiece. To get the complete tutorial, click here. And if you have the chance, visit me at Home Confetti here. I’d love to see you!
If you would like to follow RoseMarie’s Home Confetti tweets, just click here … you will be glad you did … I am! Thank you again, RoseMarie.