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Sunday Round Up…. Tents, cake, festivals & Suppliers!

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Photo by Binky Nixon Photography

Where has the year gone?!

Its November already!!! A pretty obviously statement, but I’m pretty sure as I’m getting older, time seems to go faster and this year has just disappeared! But November comes as a welcomed arrival…. golden leaves, bobble hats, sparkly clothes, DM’s, layering clothes, fireworks and the possibility of snow- For me its one of my most favourite times of the year.

Hope you all had a fab Halloween, what did you do?! I had the most smashing night out with friends drinking lots of naughty dry iced cocktails from crystal skulls at The Groundworks in my good old H-Town. The hangover wasn’t so great to be honest, but its was a very fun night!

We’ve also been super, super busy as Im please to announce our second edition of our online wedding magazine is out THIS MONDAY! Ive seen it, and yes its bloody brilliant! Full of fun wedding inspiration and our amazing suppliers. Literally can’t wait to show you!

Also This Week…

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Photo by We Heart Pictures

This week Katherine, founder of The Arabian Tent Company shared with us her creative vision behind her new ‘Viva La Fiesta’ marquees, which we were lucky enough to use of our recent Frieda Kahlo/ Day of The Dead inspired bridal shoot. To find out more you can catch …

Viva La Fiesta with Arabian Tent Company!

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Photo by We Heart Pictures

The Arabian Tent Company…

I LOVE the team over at Arabian Tent Company with their growing collection of amazing marquees and tents. One thing they are not afraid of, its the use of colour and I was lucky enough to create a Mr & Mrs Unique photo shoot using their new Latin American design, which was heavily inspired by Mexican and Argentinian influences.

Katherine, founder of Arabian Tents tells us more about the design and the marquees:

Katherine…

I love bright colours, and love creating interiors that will lifts your spirits when you enter them. Being a huge fan of South American fabrics, colours and designs combined with the popularity of street food instead of the standard sit-down meal, the fashion at events for bright pops of colour on white backgrounds, and the opportunity to theme it with delicious rum-based cocktails, I’m hoping the new Viva La Fiesta interior will really make parties go with a swing.

My best friend is Argentinian and on our recent road trip together, we found ourselves at a place called Salta which produces lots of tribal textiles with the most amazing patterns using natural dyes and bright colours which triggered the idea of a Frieda Kahlo style, South American interior.

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Mr & Mrs Unique photo shoot- Photo by We Heart Pictures

Then, back home,

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