Take Me To Baraza

  • by Brides
  • 18 March 2013 2013-03-18T14:24:42+0
Take Me To Baraza

Set behind the award-winning white beach of Bwejuu, Baraza's location on the east coast of Zanzibar is hard to beat. Just think of the Bounty advert, of warm waves crashing down on soft white sand...you've got it. Conceived and designed by the Raguz family, Baraza is an exotic resort with architecture styled on the palaces of Omani sultans - low white buildings with archways run throughout framing the bespoke interiors, with wonderful pieces of furniture built specially for the resort. Read more »

Hotel Legend

  • by Sam Rogers
  • 18 March 2013 2013-03-18T00:00:00+0
Hotel Legend

Housed in a renovated townhouse dating back to the 1800's, Hotel Legend Paris has 38 rooms and is the perfect base from which to explore the city of love. The designer hotel is located on the busy Rue du Rennes in Paris' 6th arrondissement, making everything you could want to visit during your stay in the French capital very close by indeed. Read more »

What Is Your Type?

  • by Brides
  • 13 March 2013 2013-03-13T16:59:21+0
What Is Your Type?
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Want to make a statement with your invites? Spell it out in these fabulous fonts and great graphics... Read more »

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Gee Brothers

  • by Brides
  • 01 March 2013 2013-03-01T16:31:10+0
Gee Brothers
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There is something to be said about a traditional wedding invite: no frilly extras, illegible fonts, extravagant additions or bizarre wording - just the classic essentials to clearly convey your message and details. That's what an invite is for in the first place, right? Well, if you are looking for a sophisticated and classic take on wedding invites, then you'll love Gee Brothers and their timeless designs. Read more »

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