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Tessa Wade

Tessa Wade

My favorite thing to do is discover new recipes and to find great crafts to make and share follow me into a world of my favorite things

Very true for me - major life decisions usually closely followed major hair cuts!!

Wedding Day Emergency Kit: •Bobby pins - always a must for hair prep •Hair spray •Touchup makeup •Clear nail polish •Tissues •Baby wipes •Extra jewelry •Breath mints •Nail clippers •Nail polish remover •Makeup remover •Deodorant •Pain killers - very important •Antacids •Band-Aids/first aid kit •Hand sanitizer •Water •Snacks (energy/chocolate) •Tampons/pads •Contact lens solution •Extra contacts •Allergy medicine •Q-tips •Tweezers •Safety pins •Needle •Thread (one for each color of garment) •Tape •Umbrellas •Scissors - Most used item in the kit •Cash •Panty hose •Bleach pen (to cover up stains on the wedding dress) •Emergency phone numbers •Chalk/pastels (to cover up stains on the wedding dress) •White nail polish (to cover up stains on the wedding dress) •Straws (so you don’t ruin your makeup) •Static guard •Walkie Talkies - best idea we had! Best Man had one and I had one so we could communicate but still keep the bride and groom apart •Liquor (good for the nerves and the breath)

Glam up those boring birthday candles with rhinestones and glitter glue!

"WOW" factor! Take a round table and cover it with a cloth, take 5 or 6 short glasses (I used votive holders) and place them around the table upside down (these are the lifts that support your glass top). Place strands of "icicle" lights, then place the round glass on top.

Ancient Village, St Kilda, Scotland