COMPETITION: Dear September

On- Wednesday, May 2

Lets kick the month of May off with a competition! The lovely ladies at Dear September are giving away four beautiful vintage vases to one lucky 'i do' it yourself reader. This will get you well on your way to styling the perfect wedding.

Dear September is a gorgeous online store stocking everything from fragrances to throw rugs and they have just opened a hire section. So now you can rent out some of their beautiful stock for your wedding or event. They have a fabulous selection of vintage table cloths and we just love the glass water canisters!

So if you'd like to get your hands on some Dear September goodies here's how to go about it.  What is your best DIY table styling tip for brides to be?  Let us know in the comments below (don't forget to leave contact details in case you win) and at the end of the month we'll pick the best answer.

Next week we'll share a few great table styling tip from Dear September to help get you started.

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  1. Add your own personal touches to your wedding by creating the guest table numbers. You can virtually use any material you want from old glass bottles to small picture frames, wooden palings, tin cans, books or shells, just paint , glue or even quill the numbers on. You can make your own templates if you want or find one on the net , there are plenty of free ones available online. Release your artistic side and let your imagination run wild and most of all have fun.

  2. Native flowers. They are durable, look gorgeous and last for months so guests can take them home.

  3. you have a great taste of flower design. I am thinking to try this for my wedding. You have simple but elegant style of design.printing hervey bay

  4. Lots of fresh flowers, but make sure it's the kind that doesn't wilt too fast. Also, tasty cake. Then the guests will be too busy to notice anything else, heheh.

  5. I'm really in to succulents – they're hearty and fresh and won't wilt or die right after the wedding. You can even save them and plant them afterwards!

  6. Keep it simple and elegant. That kind of style never gets stale. And make it personal, not what a designer thinks is "you". It's your day to shine, own it!

  7. I personally love carnations. They really say romance to me because for my prom my boyfriend got me a pink carnation, and I also got them for my 21st birthday :) they won't wilt and they bring such a pop of colour to any table!