This beautiful straw boater hat in a classic canotier style, is adorned with naturally dried and preserved white and pink hydrangeas🌸 Perfect for a fresh and unexpected celebration look! ✨ (code 17405)
Just sick of nude shades on my nails hence the shade of black + super small pieces of shattered glass design.. Video just didn't do justice on the color changing on different angle...
Nevertheless, cheers to new nail color 🤣
I just love this copper foil stationery. It creates the perfect #modern and #classic look!
For more of this stunning #styledshoot you can view our website. It is also featured on @southboundbride!
Photography: @lindy_kriek | Wedding Dress: @simone_meyer_bridal | Coordinator & Stylist: @simone_meyer_bridal | Venue: @dunstone_country_estate | Jewellery: @lovisajewellery | Stationery: @secretdiarystationery | Model: Renate Riedemann
The practice of collecting matchbooks and match-related things is known as "phillumeny." The first known use of matches was in 577 during the siege of a town in northern China. Women in the town used sticks coated with a mixture of chemicals to start fires for cooking and heating, thus allowing them to conserve their limited fuel by putting the fires out between uses. The details of this technique were subsequently lost to history. It was not until 1826 that John Walker of England invented the first friction matches. Walker's matches were ignited by drawing the heads through a folded piece of paper coated with ground glass. He began selling them in 1827, but they were difficult to light and were not a success.
For more striking facts-http://www.encyclopedia.com/science-and-technology/technology/technology-terms-and-concepts/match
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