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I have adored the exquisite flower girl and bridesmaid dresses from Nicki Macfarlane for a long time, and her latest collection for Spring/Summer 2018 is just adorable.
Nicki Macfarlane always offers a wide range of dress styles in beautiful colours. Her dresses are specifically designed to flatter a varying age range, from the smallest flower girl to the more sophisticated older bridesmaid.
The SS2018 collection is timelessly elegant and features beautiful floral lace patterns and pastel colourways. The latest designs include traditional, structured dresses with full petticoat skirts, as well as floaty, relaxed silhouettes.
You can also inject your own creative style to any dress, with an extensive choice of fabric and coloured silks. Complete the outfit with a matching or contrasting button and sash combination for a truly unique look.
Each of the new Spring/Summer 2018 dresses added to Nicki Macfarlane’s repertoire is super cute. Your flower girls and young bridesmaids will turn heads in these dresses and add a touch of magic to your wedding day…
How cute is this dress? I adore the intricate appliqué butterflies that adorn Annelise, and it’s lovely in the pale pink.
Can you image your flower girls and little bridesmaids’ faces when you show them this amazing dress? Darcey, with the cute beaded ballerinas dancing all over the fabulous tulle skirt, is every little girl’s dream.
Dublin is full of gorgeous Irish men, exciting activities and great craic. So much so in fact, it sees thousands of hen parties annually descend upon its lively cobbled streets. With everything from wild and whacky Alice in Wonderland themed afternoon teas, to the honed and toned guys of the Pleasure Ladies Show, Dublin is the city to please. Sarah of Last Night of Freedom rounds up Dublin’s top hen party activities for a truly memorable weekend…
Full of ridiculous riddles, mysteries and delicious nibbles, the The Morgan Bar will transport you and your hens to a different world. There’s dainty sandwiches, delectable scones and devilish cakes, all to the magical backdrop of Lewis Carroll’s masterpiece.
The building itself is designed in the shape of a huge pint glass, so huge it could hold 14.3 million pints. Your journey will take you through the brewing and fermenting processes, advertising through the ages, a Connoisseur tasting experience, and end in the ‘head’ of the pint glass, The Gravity Bar, for a well-deserved drink.