Giveaway :: Mannia & Titta

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

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As far as I can tell, life is really about the celebrations. These are the markers I like to use to honor the passage of time, the things I like to remember. Besides, the flourish is really about the celebration, don’t you think? Let’s talk about honoring the flourish this time around. See, friends, it’s in the details. The tiny pinches of color, the simple use of nature; these are the things that take a normal day and turn it into a celebration.

Mannia & Titta is a shop full of the beauty of the celebration. Formed by twin sister living on the island of Cyprus, Mannia & Titta was born of these ladies’ love for free-spirited, Bohemian chic and woodland elements. Inspired by the romanticism of vintage lace and floral patterns (as well as their own weddings!), these ladies channeled their energy into creating woodland tiaras, bohemian wreaths and floral wedding stuffs. You know the best part? Every one of these items would work in any celebration, for any reason. After all, the flourish need not be confined to one setting! This Greek Forest Crown? Perfect for celebrating Tuesday, don’t you think?


Mannia & Titta are giving away one Forest Halo Wreath (can fit baby to adults!) and one set of Floral Clothespins to one lucky reader! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Tuesday, April 23rd. Comments now closed…good luck!
Please visit Mannia & Titta and tell us: What is the most inspiring decor you have ever seen at a celebration? Was it something you could DIY or did you get a great idea you could share with us?
Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, April 29th, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 1
    Jenni says:

    At this beautiful loft building they had a large old brass chandelier hanging from the ceiling. Rather than leave it with the brass exposed, they stretched white gauze over the entire thing. The result was this airy, softly-lit centerpiece that floated over the center of the room. It was truly beautiful, and when white Chinese lanterns were also hung around the room, it became a true wonderland.

  2. 2
    Regan says:

    I saw some amazing mason jar lanterns at a wedding that could be easily replicated. There were tealights inside and they were covered in perforated paper in difference designs. They put out such a magical glow!

  3. 3
    Brittany K says:

    i’m obsessed with nautical and chevron right now. i love clean white and navy with green or purple accents!

  4. 4

    2 1/2 foot tall silver plated candle sticks that had florist bases tucked into the candle area, then filled with trailing ivy and moss, and a hollowed out mini pumpkin with a candle inserted into the middle on top.

  5. 5

    I can still remember a wedding I went to about 5 years ago that had, over the dance floor, an amazing ceiling of balloons in the wedding colours. It was fantastic dancing under that hovering circle. I was fascinated by it and keep thinking it would be such a great look for anything from a birthday to a housewarming party. I still don’t know how they kept the balloons up in that formation, but I’m sure a professional decorator (or Google!) will help figure it out!

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    when i had my bridal shower, a crafty friend of mine gave me a colander filled with fresh vegetables to make a delicious, healthy salad. i still have the colander, and i still think that’s one of the best gifts i’ve ever received. 🙂

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    Sydney says:

    I love books: old books, new books, borrowed books – all books. What I have created for a few planned baby showers is each guest is to bring a baby/children book with a special note inside to start the baby’s library. Having these special gifts from so many people that loved him/her before being born is such a simple task but such a wonderful continued memory. 

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    cindy says:

    The best decoration I have seen was bright colored ribbons and fabrics tied to tree branches. It is so simple yet really brightens the environment and makes it feel like a celebration!

  9. 9
    Jackeline says:

    The cutest styling I’ve ever seen was chevron printed toy cameras at a wedding as gifts for the guest, so that they could also capture the moments of that day.

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    Tiffany says:

    At a local café I was entranced by a candelabra covered in wax candle drippings. It looked like it had been lit and lovingly used for years and years. It warmed up the table and made it feel like a welcoming place for conversation with friends and family.

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    Michelle Elizabeth says:

    At a friends party I recently saw her use twine to tie together twigs into a simple picture frame, which she put pictures of friends who were coming to the dinner party.
    I though it looked so beautiful. Some of the twigs still had buds on them, giving it such a delicate look.

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    Deborah A says:

    It was at an outdoor wedding and the chair in which the bride sat to sign the license was decorated with tulle and flowers, it was very pretty.  The willow arch that the bride and groom stood under when they said there vows was also woven with tulle and flowers.   It was very pretty and perfect for a wedding.

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    Monica P says:

    I went to a wedding recently where they used pieces of a tree stump as part of their centerpieces. It really went well with their rustic theme!

  14. 14
    Sparrow says:

    At a recent event, I saw these beautiful lanterns made out of vintage lace. It looked like they had mod-poged them around a balloon or ball. They placed large lights inside and they looked so lovely shining through the darkness.

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    msilba says:

    The wedding tree print from my wedding was very inspiring to me:)  Guests put their fingerprint on the tree with green ink and signed their name.  It has been hanging on my living wall since and reminds me every day how lucky i am to have such amazing family and friends 

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    Tiffany A. says:

    My best friend had a dinner party and took used cans as vases for the center of the table. It was so rustic and simple and very pretty! I loved the colors of the cans and then the all white flowers. 

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