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Add Alcohol (Really!) Mixing luster dusts with a liquid creates a different look than applying it in powder form; it creates a more opaque shine. But there’s an option that’s better than water: alcohol. “It's best to use since it evaporates much faster and therefore has less of a chance of melting the sugar in the fondant or gum paste,” says Schreiber. Any clear alcohol will do, but the higher the proof, the higher the shine.
Gold Wedding Cake - Add Alcohol (Really!)
Groom's suit by Topman. Photo: Landon Jacob Photography
This eye-catching necklace comes in an utterly charming daisy motif, crafted from an array of bright crystals.
Duchess Hair Piece Bridal Flowers Wedding by BrideLaBoheme, $220.00
mandarin collared suits
The Wedding Santuary - An Innovative & Chic Wedding Show - Bridal Musings Wedding Blog
Gatsby 1920s Flapper Girl - Be a flapper was a trend in the Roaring Twenties, 1920's, where some women rebelled against some of society's strict expectations of females. Flappers were women who liked to be "in the now styles and fads", and their public behavior was often considered inappropriate or too "out there".
Michelle Phan's Gatsby 1920s Flapper Girl - hair inspiration.