Meghan Weir

Meghan Weir

Northumbira University / Menswear Fashion Design Student
Meghan Weir
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Woodland wedding themed table centres- Wooden slice table centre with moss, succulents, votives and a copper lantern with pealights by www.stressfreehire.com #venuetransformers This theme works perfectly for barn venues.

Woodland wedding themed table centres- Wooden slice table centre with moss, succulents, votives and a copper lantern with pealights by www.stressfreehire.com #venuetransformers This theme works perfectly for barn venues.

A selection of the most beautiful photos from Nick and Fleur's tipi wedding reception, held back in August at Hall Barn in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. The attention to detail in their delicate, pretty and elegant theme is just perfect... we love the white and mint colour scheme! Absolutely gorgeous photos by www.mariannetaylorphotography.co.uk/blog - particularly those magical evening shots!

A selection of the most beautiful photos from Nick and Fleur's tipi wedding reception, held back in August at Hall Barn in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. The attention to detail in their delicate, pretty and elegant theme is just perfect... we love the white and mint colour scheme! Absolutely gorgeous photos by www.mariannetaylorphotography.co.uk/blog - particularly those magical evening shots!

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Whilst the cold weather tends to conjure up the desire for carbs and slow-cooked stews, such a change in diet isn’t great news for our waistlines. If you’re keen to keep it healthy, opt for a warm salad instead; these satisfying recipes are substantial enough to curb winter cravings, simply switch raw ingredients for cooked quinoa or roasted veg and enjoy the nutritional benefits of fresh food with a heartier feel.

Whilst the cold weather tends to conjure up the desire for carbs and slow-cooked stews, such a change in diet isn’t great news for our waistlines. If you’re keen to keep it healthy, opt for a warm salad instead; these satisfying recipes are substantial enough to curb winter cravings, simply switch raw ingredients for cooked quinoa or roasted veg and enjoy the nutritional benefits of fresh food with a heartier feel.