Monday, December 31, 2012

An Easy to Made Potato Salad

As Chinese, many people almost do not make salad, like my mom who is good at making almost every kind of Chinese dishes ,like Kung Pao Chicken, fish flavored pork slices even hot pot. But she has never made any salad. I love cooking but I’m not good at, at least I’m trying. That’s also the reason why I only capable of making those very easy to handle dishes, lol. That’s why I have this easy to made potato salad, maybe you can give me some advices cause I’m a bad cook.


1.     One or two potatoes (Mash them after cooked)

2.     Salad sauce I bought  from Carrefour

3.     Some pickle cucumber (diced them)

4.     Two eggs(diced them after cooked)

5.     Cherry tomatoes(I'm not sure it is the right name in English)

6.     Several peas for decoration

 Then comes the dishes which taste quite delicious. I was thinking maybe it’s a good choice for a budget wedding reception cuase it really coats little, of course you have to find a better chief.

Echo's Homemade Salad

Friday, December 28, 2012

How about Having a Bohemian Wedding Dress

In modern usage, the term "Bohemian" is applied to people who live unconventional, usually artistic, lives. Reflecting on the fashion style of "boho-chic" in the early years of the 21st century, the Sunday Times thought it ironic that "fashionable girls wore ruffle floral skirts in the hope of looking bohemian, nomadic, spirited and non-bourgeois", whereas "gypsy girls themselves
Everybody knows “Bohemian”, dressing in bohemian, making bohemian hairstyle or wearing bohemian make-ups. Have you ever considered making your wedding bohemian which will forgoes the glitz and glamor for a very natural, down-to-earth yet artsy feel. If you are dreaming about a natural, relaxed and somewhat informal setting, a bohemian style wedding will be a very lovely choices, thus a bohemian wedding dresses will matters throughout the whole event. Here are some bohemian dresses I googled. Hope there will be one piece right into your taste.


Thursday, December 13, 2012

DIY Glass Bottle Candles for A Wedding

Glass bottle candles made from recycled glass bottles may sound a great idea for those DIY brides for a sparkle wedding or almost any kind of casual, outdoor occasion. This rustic charm will make a wedding more romantic and eco-friendly. I borrowed vase experience from those great DIYers online and compose the following instruction for making glass bottle wedding candles. You can googled many others tutorials.

What you may needed:

1.       Glass bottles (with groove or lips if you want to hang them)-mason jars, milk bottles, beer bottles etc.  

2.       20-Gauge wire and wire cutters, Needle-nose pliers as well

3.       Put together decorations you needed like lace, bows, beads…

4.       Votive candles

Then let’s begin our DIY hanging candles
1.       Prepare your jars well and decorated them lovely if you wanted or just keep them perfectly transparent.
2.       Make the hangers with two pieces of wires and twist a hoop at the end off each wire in order to fix the bottle. And twist them together on the top to finish a U shape. Or you can manage the hangers with one wire you can curl them well.
3.    Wrap the wire around the jar, just under the lip or groove of the jar where the lid would normally

4. Fix the bottles with the U shape hoop before and try your best to make sure the hoops are parallel to the sides of the jar.

5.   Put the Votive candles in the bottle and hang them on the supports where you wanted.
6.    Make sure the never leave those candle unattended.