Have you ever heard of the “Kintsugi” crockery? It’s an old Japanese technique which fixes broken pottery. If you have some old broken pieces of family crockery that you want to incorporate into your big day, it’s a perfect way to give them new life. Although you can even smash some plates just to try this technique on your own, it’s amazing! You’ll need either Humade New Knitsugi Repair Kit or epoxy fastglue, epoxy putty, gold non-toxic powder, a soft small paint brush, gloves, sticks and your broken pottery. Begin with squeezing an equal amount of glue out of each tube and adding a tiny hint of gold powder. Then mix the glue and gold powder well, but not too long. Read the next steps at blovedweddings.com.