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A little something on the side (table)


It's about to get romantic all up in here friends. This time last month we celebrated our first wedding anniversary. We journeyed back to Dunboyne Castle, where we got married on a surreal autumn day. We of course booked a room for our anniversary, a fabulous dinner, and breakfast the next morning. We checked in and when I got to our room, this is what I found ... 


Husband had been sneaking. He got in contact with the florists we used for our wedding {the lovely Dolores and Brian from Dunboyne Flowers}, he e-mailed them reminder pictures of our wedding flowers, and back in August ordered the most gorgeous hydrangeas from Holland, which were the exact match to my wedding bouquet, and had them delivered to our hotel. Gentlemen, take note. 

I never got to keep my bouquet from our wedding as the drunk girl young lady who caught it, kept it. I think that's how the rules go, don't they? But the romance-ball that husband is, he gave me a second chance to swoon over my bouquet all over again. 

They were incredibly delicate hydrangeas and unfortunately didn't last very long. Since the first time around I didn't get a memento of my bouquet, I stole a couple buds and leaves here and there and squashed them in a Harry Potter book highly respected novel for adults for a couple of weeks.



Yesterday I did a quick revamp on an old picture frame I had by spray painting it my all time fav spraypaint - Montana's 'winegum', stuck on some leftover black and white ribbon I had used on our wedding boutonnieres / button holes, and framed the pressed and dried hydrangea pieces. It's a perfect little addition of oomph to my nightstand. Yes and yes. 

2 comments:

  1. Aaww - what a great husband. I just read the story out the Lumberjack to give him a few tips! The picture looks great - really effective. I love your candle stick holders too - they're gorgeous!
    Maria xx

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    1. Hahaha, you're just like me then Maria - as subtle as a shotgun. I like the way you think.

      xx A

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