When I was younger and testing my arty skills I adorned my walls with Disney characters as well as a few other much loved animated characters (Beavis and Butthead, Sylvester the Cat, Homer and Bart Simpson etc).
I've been to many a wedding. You get to a certain age where it feels like you are going to a wedding every weekend of the summer but I do love a good wedding and get all smooshy and loved up when I watch the first dance between the happy couples.
These shoes painted for a bride in Canada are not to be missed! The bride loves all things Disney and her husband to be contacted me asking us to hand painted his beautiful brides wedding shoes for him.
The customised bridal shoes are a simple design but simple speaks volumes when you have such a great Disney theme with nicknames of the bride and groom, the date of the wedding and the fireworks too. Why over complicate things when it comes to Mickey and Minnie!
So.......... how do you customise a pair of shoes where you still want them classy and elegant but you want them to reflect your personality, your theme and yes, your fandom life following a particularly awesome British institution i.e. Doctor Who?
How do you make sure you can dodge all the problems over dance floor etiquette and remember your wedding reception as a fun and dance filled evening? We asked a few wedding experts for some tips to help you achieve epicness on your wedding dance floor!
Painting flowers on a pair of hand painted wedding shoes seems to be all the rage lately - especially gerberas! In the space of two weeks we have painted gerberas onto two pairs of bridal shoes for two of our brides.
Alternative weddings and personalised wedding accessories go hand in hand because I imagine it must be very hard to buy some of the big wedding things, like dresses and suits that reflect your alternative theme