The gorgeous actress Melissa Wells formerly Melissa Walton, British actress best known for playing Loretta Jones in the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks couldn’t wait to shout about her new necklace.
Its cold outside but love is all around this valentines day!
Here is a collection of photos showing amazing gift ideas from just a few pounds. Little sweet gifts to show the one you love just how much you care this Valentines.
So sit back and enjoy...
Well here we are 2012! Exciting new times.
We have lots of sparkly plans in the pipeline one of these has already escaped!!
Towards the end of 2011 we had the pleasure of meeting lots of new people, one of which was the very lovely Sarah from Sarah Jane Photography.
As a photo lover i was absolutely amazed by her gorgeous wedding photos and family shoots. The part which most caught my eye was the intricate shots, my mind started ticking!!
I approached Sarah in hope she would be happy to work her magic with me, on my sparkles!
She said YES.....so here are the results of the first shoot and I am so excited there will be many more to come!!
To find out more about her work visit Sarah at her website... www.sarahjanesphotography.co.uk
I have just been updating my website and had a quick read through my 'about us' page to make sure its up to date. I noticed that it gives you a brief insight into my business and some of the services I have to offer but it doesn't really tell you who I am!
So I figured I would tell you a little bit about me and my world! (In hope that you do actually want to know)
Lets start with the basics..
Whoop whoop.... Well how exciting is this for a Monday night.
At home casually baking cakes and i receive a fabulous tweet from the gorgeous Gemma Atkinson to say
Well you heard the exciting news that we are now stocking a beautiful selection of wedding jewellery at Belle Bridal Boutique (if you didn't then you can read about it here)
We now have an amazing local stockists.
We are so excited that our new sparkly handmade jewellery collection is now available at the amazing Belle Bridal Boutique based in Lancashire.
I haven't really had many hen parties before but with a few close friends of mine getting married I have had lots of Hen Parties around me and just thought I would share a few of the ideas which have helped create some fabulous hen parties to remember!
Sorry I haven't posted for a while!
I would make an excuse but to be honest its as simple as where is the time going this year! OMG one minute I'm packing away the Christmas decorations and the next minute I'm writing my Christmas list all over again!
Anyway! I thought I would mention the dreaded C word a few more times throughout this post, I know how you all love it really!!
The run up to Christmas always seems like a fab time to have a Jewellery Party at home! I can travel locally so if your looking for a Jewellery Party in the Wrexham, Flintshire or Chester area then please let me know!
We all love a good wedding, getting dressed up and having an amazing day with all your close family and friends!
A very enjoyable part for those listening and a very nervous part for those reading are always the speeches and readings done throughout the day.
I attended a wedding over the weekend and we had 2 beautiful readings and quite a few hilarious speeches.
One of the readings was suggested to me by one of my lovely twitter buddies so it gave me an idea to start a little blog allowing people to add their very own suggestions.
So please do comment below with readings, speeches, suggestions, poems and anything else you feel will help those who have to do a reading or speech on the day.
Feel free to also share memories of your speeches or speeches at your wedding.
So here it is the beautiful reading, a quirky wedding reading but so cute!
A Good Wedding Cake
4lb of love
½ lb of good looks
1 lb of sweet temper
1 lb of butter of youth
1 lb of blindness of faults
1 lb of pounded wit
1 lb of good humour
2 tablespoons of sweet argument
1 pint of rippling laughter.
Put the love, good looks and sweet temper into a well furnished
house. Beat the butter of youth to a cream, and mix well together with
the blindness of faults. Stir the pounded wit and good humour into
the sweet argument, then add the rippling laughter and common
sense. Add a dash of modesty and work the whole thing together
until everything is well mixed. Bake gently forever.
Look forward to hearing some of yours!!