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It may be scorching hot outside but I couldn’t resist showing you these photos of cupcakes I found. Wouldn’t they be perfect for a winter wedding?

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The inspiration for our wedding cake was a walk through the countryside on a winter’s day.

Here’s some pictures I took from a New Years trip to the Cotswold’s.

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We’d like the bottom tier of our cake to be made up of the kind of frost covered plants, berries and thorns that you find at wintertime. My fiancé’s mother who’s making our cake has been creating some examples out of icing. I think they’re great especially the Tim Burton inspired thorns! The decorations will be made of different shades of blue, black and a little red – it looks very dramatic against the white icing of the cake.

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Organising your Hen night? Or just can’t get enough of the wedding stuff? Then how about this as an idea: a wedding reception set in a club.

This club night asks everyone to come in wedding garb from taffeta bridesmaids dresses to a big poofy wedding dress or even just wearing a dodgy mother-of-the-bride hat. The venues decorated in pink balloons and doilies and the DJs- including one called Otis Wedding – play a mix of cheesy tracks to shake your wedding butt to.

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There’s a dressing-up box and photo booth with lots of brilliantly bad-taste wedding outfits to try on which are then posted on the internet so you can have a lasting reminder of your ‘big day’…

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You might even get a proposal out of it?!

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The free champagne on entry and what wedding reception would be complete without the buffet. Lots of wedding cake, mini sausage rolls, cheese sarnies and Wotsits galore.

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The next White Wedding is on the 20th June in Tufnell Park, London. I think it sounds like great fun and might be good practice for the real event!

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The Japanese use the lovely expression ‘Happy Wedding’ in place of a congratulations and on wedding stationary. They also use the euphemism ‘double-happy’ wedding to mark both the marriage of the doubly happy couple and the imminent arrival of their first baby. Awww!

This post is a celebration of the Japanese Happy Wedding!

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It is very common for Japanese people to use the V-sign when they’re having their photo taken and that doesn’t stop when it comes to weddings. Check out these super cool brides.

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These t-shirts are かわいい or kawaii meaning cute in Japanese. I could NEVER get my fiancé to wear something like this! Maybe that’s a good thing….

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Who doesn’t love Japanese animé and illustration? There’s some great invitations celebrating the Happy Wedding.

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These cakes look yummy…

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Hehe, so true!!

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