The weekend is finally here and just 2 weeks to #Cwtchfest2018!!! We have been introducing some of our gorgeous exhibitors over the last few weeks.
We cannot wait to be back at St Fagans National museum of History with you all drinking a cocktail, listening to live music, watching a workshop and just generally kicking back for a day of wedding planning and inspiration. If you are yet to get your tickets just click here.
Until then we have Nythu on the blog today offering their tips for creating a love nest once you are married.
Nythu (which means ‘to nest’ in Welsh) offers couples a bespoke online wedding gift list service. We work with independent craftspeople from Wales and the UK to bring you a carefully curated range of homewares, perfect for creating your love nest. Simply browse our collection, create your list online and share with friends and family – we’ll take care of the rest.
5 STEPS TO CREATING YOUR LOVE NEST
Your first few weeks together as a couple should be the most romantic, as you embark on married life together. Creating a love nest can help you appreciate that the simple things you do together daily are every bit as special as the grand gestures of your wedding day. Here are our tips for nurturing marital bliss.
Turn down the lights…
After the wedding madness you’ll need time to unwind; use the soft ambient light of a lamp as an alternative to harsh ceiling lights to create a warm and soothing atmosphere.
Weddings are about sharing your happiness with friends and family, but now’s the time to re-connect, just the two of you. Wrap yourselves in the softest and most luxurious of blankets and while the night away.
After months of wed-min, spending your evenings checking and responding to emails, you can now turn off your phones and enjoy a glass of wine together.
Share a treat…
Be it gooey pudding, expensive ice cream or sticky popcorn… Treat yourselves – but make sure it’s from the same bowl!
Laugh out loud as you remember the best man’s speech or when Aunty Margaret drank too much prosecco… Your wedding may have cost a small fortune, but your memories are priceless.
Find out more about the beautiful items we offer, and the talented craftspeople who make them at nythu.co.uk or find us on social media @nythuhandmade
Lampshade: Hannah Madden
Blanket: Sian O’Doherty
Glasses: Sanders and Wallace
Bowl: Dove Street Pottery
Papercut: Helen Flynn
Photography: Kristina Banholzer