It’s that time of year where thick coats and cashmere scarfs make their appearance in Melbourne. Nevertheless, we believe in wearing your oh-so sparkly cocktail dress underneath this winter as we show you how to dress up that next event in winter style and chic.
It was the 80’s that brought us Flashdance and The Breakfast Club, made slogan tees stylish and gave us stars such as Madonna and George Michael. One thing for sure is that they sure knew how to have a good time! If you’re looking to turn the clock back for your event and harness the tubular vibes, we’ve got the styling how to for you.
You’re probably flipping through your mile-high pile of wedding magazines desperately searching for a way to subtly add some colour to your special day. In the back of your mind you can hear your Mum telling you to stick with white and play it safe. But sorry mum, it’s 2018 and it’s time to say goodbye to the traditional white wedding and have a little fun.
Brace yourselves - there’s a lot more to love about event styling and decor in 2018. For us, it doesn’t stop at draping. We’re the same tight-knit team as we were the year before. And we’re still using a lot of the same materials. But we’re toying with fresh ideas that can add some serious wow-factor to your special calendar date. Pull up a pen and take note!
DIY has it’s moments of being really useful and can save you money (at times). Let’s be realistic though as to where you would action this skill. House renovation, landscaping, decorating the interior of your house, painting a picture these are some great ideas but this also doesn’t mean that you can install wedding draping. This is not as simple as rope and duct tape, meters and meters of material can get heavy, so how would you do it?