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When I fantasize of love and romance I generally associate these thoughts with food and Paris. Here at T&H we all seem to share that notion, so we’ve based these easy go-to hairstyles for a wedding on our favorite Parisian pastries. Whether you’re a bridesmaid, maid of honor or just an attendee, these delectable hairstyles will get you through the night and take only minutes to perform. Bon appetite!
THE CROISSANT This easy go-to hairstyle may look the most complicated but is actually the easiest trick in the coiffe cookbook! It’s great to start with curled/wavy hair, and is an even more awesome way to curl wet hair without heat. Grab a decorative hairband with elastic and place it on your head like a crown for the princess you are.Begin tucking the hair into the band, rolling as you go. This does not have to be neat! Just shove it on in there until all of the hair is in a perfectly imperfect croissant like structure.Pin where the hair roll meets the head to secure it in place. Flu…


Paperlust loves to support Aussie talent and thrives on partnerships with independent local artists. We have collaborated with Richmond local artist Sarulean Blue (Sarah McKenzie) to create a wedding invitation set and a gorgeous baby shower invites featuring Sarah’s wonderful illustrations.

ABOUT SARULEAN (SARAH MCKENZIE) Sarulean Blue started as a meaningful way to bless friends and family by creating custom artworks for them, but has grown into a business that serves a wider community, including online. Sarulean Blue not only creates animal family portraits on request from customers but also designs for wedding stationery and illustrations for children’s books. Behind Sarulean Blue is Sarah McKenzie, an Australian artist with Chinese heritage. She felt endlessly inspired by the fictional worlds experienced through novels and children’s literature and her work has often been compared to Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit series. This inspiration and encouragement prompted her to take the…


I love it when a couple plan a wedding day with fun and personality at the very heart. It injects such a happy, easy going vibe to the celebrations and WWW readers Haleema and Sam did just that. They were married in a church ceremony before hosting their reception at Wrays Barn at Whinstone View in North Yorkshire on the 31th August 2017. It’s really wonderful to see a barn wedding with a fresh and timeless style of décor. Think muted colours, teamed with greenery floral arrangements, natural kraft paper stationery and chalk board signage. Also keep your eyes peeled for an incredible strawberries dipped in chocolate tower cake, yum! Onto the outfits because well they were just stunning! The bridesmaids were elegant in dove grey multi-way maxi dresses, meanwhile the groom and the groomsmen wore dapper check suits with floral ties and rose buttonholes. Bride Haleema looked so beautiful in her lace halter-neck fit and flare gown with cathedral veil, wow! Sally T Photography captured all …