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We've pulled together the hottest wedding trends for 2018 to ensure that no details big or small are missed.
We've got you covered from day one with wedding planners, save the dates and hen party accessories right up to the big day itself with plenty of venue inspiration and decorations to ensure that your wedding is not only a day to remember but the party of the year.
Congratulations to Kate and Will on the arrival of the new royal baby! The new Prince was born on St George's day so it couldn't have possibly been a more British day to welcome a new heir to the throne!
With all the excitement of the new Royal Baby we couldn't help ourselves sharing all the great products, not only our new born Prince, but your own princes and princesses! Toys, pushchairs, bibs, nursery decorations... we truly have it all.
Not all babies can be royal but that doesn't mean they cant be treated like one!
It's coming into Spring and Summer which can only mean one thing, weddings and lots of them!
So to help all you wedding guests out there struggling to find the perfect present to get the bride and groom we've put together our very own wedding gift guide.
From champagne flutes, personalised cushions, wall art for their home all the way to neon signs. You are bound to find something to suit your happy couple.
You may be forgiven for feeling we’ve stepped back into the 1970s, but rattan and cane are making an interior comeback.
Think rattan and cane chairs, baskets, lampshades and side tables.
These items can still be used to evoke a laid back beach house, a bohemian pad or a more formal colonial residence.
But this time round they’re also taking on a more contemporary edge. Instead of pairing them with the fussy patterns favoured by past generations, they can be used to bring texture and elegance to a minimal Scandi setting.