Ok I gave a little teaser earlier this week of Toronto’s Canada Bridal Show, and now we are going to show you some of the other cool things we found there. It’s a 3 day show which is great, that means you can opt to go on Sunday when it’s a little more quiet, or enjoy the hustle bustle of a busier day.
I’m a sucker for hanging florals. Sooo pretty. Courtesy of d&d floral designs
d&d floral designs
Modern cakes from Sweet Coco
And other sweet treats. (Sweet Coco)
Flower backdrop courtesy of Susan Murray. This is inspirational for DIY brides.
Silvery grey and yellow setting at the Toronto Centre Intercontinental booth.
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I love these as whimsical diy backdrop ideas. I love finding inspiration from retail. I tell my husband I’m out to do “inspirational research” – he asks me why I come back with a few shopping bags.
Don’t want the ubiquitous colour panel draping for your backdrop? Awhile ago we featured a few cool paper backdrop ideas. We just saw this cool new one at Club Monaco. What an awesome idea for a spring, jungle or outdoor themed wedding or party.
Fresh takes on the colour of passion. Happy Friday dear readers!
A refreshing take on reds at weddings! Courtesy of My Bouquet.
A little vintage from Love by Lynzie.
Sophisticated and modern red and black from Stemz.
Also from Stemz.
A conversation piece for sure! From Cake Museum.
A little rustic, a lot of heart. Rustic glam brides will especially love the ideas found here from these creative vendors. Perhaps they will provide some DIY inspiration for you as well.
What a fun streamers backdrop, courtesy of Oliver & Bonacini group.
A fun orange rustic setting from Oliver & Bonacini.
How cute is this paper tree decoration? From Cynthia Martyn
So cute! L-O-V-E sign from Anista Designs.
Paper-chain links look great – what a nifty ideas for hanging on trees if you are having a garden ceremony. From petitestudio.
Download our DIY template for these cute cupcake flags/toppers to adorn your bridal shower or wedding sweet table.
Our template also comes with thank you tags and posters to make your bridal shower complete. Simply print the cupcake flags (preferably on card stock) and cut, then adhere to toothpicks using tape plus double sided tape or white (non-toxic) glue. You can get a circle cutter at most craft stores that will make cutting these a breeze, but here we’ve cut by hand just to show you they can still be done without the fancy tools.
Mr. Briderella and I have some exciting news – we are expecting a new addition to our family! We are super excited and things have been busy. We are also happy to announce the launch of our sister site, Mamarella, a Mommy Blog for mothers (and parents) in Toronto, to publish chronicles in this new chapter of our lives.
January will be a month when we will be back in action. Stay tune as we show off some great bridal DIYs that you can do yourself! A sneak peak below of the lovely unique templates we will be providing to our readers: