These ‘Mint to Be’ Nail Polishes Make Perfect Favors

One of our favorite bridal shower favors this year is nail polish. Brides want to give guests a favor they’ll actually use, and nail polish is always a definite win. But what kind of nail polishes should you give as bridal shower favors? Today we’re sharing a new polish that makes fabulous favors for a few reasons. And you’ll probably want to get your hands on some quite literally right now because they’re having a huge limited time sale. Find out why these nail polishes are becoming the new big thing for brides and their guests. Enjoy!

Mint Nail Polishes as Favors

These nail polishes by Mint feature lovely shades and catchy names, like “Mint to Be”, “She Said Yes”, and “I Do”, shown below.

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Ah, I love this blush pink:

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And… who can resist mint as lovely as this?

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These polishes aren’t just made to look good; they are actually made with good ingredients — and a whole lot of love, too.

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They are hand-brewed and bottled in sunny Los Angeles. The company’s founder, Greta, founded Mint after finding out that her favorite nail polishes included awful ingredients like Formaldehyde, DBP, and Toulene, which are all known cancer-causing agents. So, she got to work in her home kitchen in Venice Beach, mixing and matching pigments to make her own lacquers she could use for pretty nails. Her idea was to create “professional grade polish, modern pigment-packed colors, and perfume style packaging”. And all without any cancer-causing chemicals. And MINT began! We’re so proud of what she’s done.

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Not only do we love how they look, we love how they’re made. With a whole lot of love and happy ingredients! That’s why we think they make beautiful bridal shower favors for guests.

1) Most people use nail polish regularly
2) Most people prefer to use good clean ingredients
3) Favors that are functional = money well spent

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To give these polishes as favors, simply order pick your favorite colors, have ’em shipped, and simply add a small ‘thank you’ tag and pretty ribbon tied around each polish bottle. Unlike other nail polishes we’ve seen, these bottles are boutique quality so they’re pretty much gift-giving ready! You can find out more details about pricing and colors here.

I’ve been particularly obsessed with keeping my nails looking their best lately. I’ve been rocking a pretty shade of pink, but this “I Do” pink above is now on my list of colors to try. What’s your favorite polish right now?


P.S. Need more bridal shower favor ideas? Try these!

Classic Wedding Invitations with Calligraphy Style

We’re continuing the Classic Weddings Week with this handmade-a-day find! If you’re looking for traditional style wedding invitations that have pretty calligraphy, a color palette that complements everything, and are custom-made just for you, look no further! This beautiful invitation by Mospens Studio fits the bill perfectly. It features stylish letterpress printing, a calligraphy inspired font, pearl white card stock, and pearl white matte finish envelopes as the finishing touch. These invitations are printed in the USA, custom-made for your big day. Take a look!

Black and White Wedding Invitations

This invitation is called Miss Nickels and is an original design by Mospens Studio. Take a look:


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Check out that letterpress detail! It’s stunning:

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TIP: This invitation allows custom colors, so feel free to pick complementing shades of your palette if you prefer! Check out the entire color palette of colors available right here.

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Isn’t it lovely? We think so! If you love this black and white color palette, you’ll find tons of inspiration here.

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These Rose Bouquets Are Easily a Favorite for Weddings

We’re continuing Classic Wedding Theme Week at Emmaline Bride! Did you have a chance to follow along yet?

Have you considered using roses for your bridal bouquet or centerpiece arrangements? Roses are one of the most popular flower choices for traditional weddings for a few unique reasons.

Here are three key reasons why roses are easily a favorite for weddings:

1. Roses are always in season
2. Roses are beautiful on their own (and they also complement other flowers extremely well)
3. Roses are available in many different colors

Roses can also be more affordable than other harder-to-find flowers. Plus, they’re incredibly versatile! We love them solo and paired with other blooms. To show you what we mean, we’ve gathered up ten of our favorite handpicked rose bouquets to inspire you. I am currently obsessing over #3, since I’ve never seen anything like it. I also love #7 since blush pink is my favorite color. Which one do you love?

Rose Bouquets Weddings

1. This pale pink and lavender bouquet of roses

pale pink and lavender rose bouquet - photo: A Bryan Photography | rose bouquets weddings via

photo: a bryan photography via elizabeth anne designs

2. This incredible white rose bouquet

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photo: kjrsten madsen photography via style me pretty

3. This composite rose bouquet

This bouquet is also known as a “glamelia”.

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photo: leigh skaggs, floral designer: leslie hartig via fab you bliss

4. This light pink rose bouquet

*This is a DIY bouquet! Learn how to make this right here.

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5. This bouquet in shades of purple

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photo: marissa rodriguez

6. This white rose and blue hydrangea bouquet

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floral: dottie b florist, photo: tonya beaver photography

7. This blush pink rose bouquet with peonies

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floral design: julies floral design, photo: jodi miller via style me pretty

8. This bouquet with stunning pops of green

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photo: jpp studios via style me pretty

9. This pale peach rose bouquet

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photo: mariel hannah via elizabeth anne designs

10. These sunflowers and roses paired together so beautifully

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photo: ashton howard

Tell us: which of these bouquets are your favorite?


P.S. Need more flower inspiration? Click here!

Fit-and-Flare Wedding Dress – Ask Emmaline

Hi, loves! To kick off this beautiful morning, we’re answering a question from our Ask Emmaline inbox. Kristie wants to know about a specific wedding gown style known as a fit and flare wedding dress. She asks,

“I’m looking for a silk strapless gown that I can wear for my traditional (but slightly modern) wedding. I saw one in a magazine awhile ago and I can’t remember where it was from. It had a sweetheart neckline and a flared out skirt but it was also somewhat fitted. Do you have any ideas? Thanks!”

Great question, Kristie! It drives me crazy when I find something I love in a magazine or on a blog and I can’t find out where it is from. Hopefully we can help you narrow it down with the details you provided. Here’s our best attempt (and we’ve even selected it as our #HANDMADEADAY pick)!

Silk Strapless Gown with Fit-and-Flare Skirt

This duchess silk wedding gown comes to mind as one possibility (from Jillian Fellers). It is honestly one of my favorites this year and it is ultra romantic. It is handmade in silk duchess satin and silk faille. This dress has a sweetheart neckline and a silk duchess satin bodice, complete with a bustier-inspired look. The bodice meets a voluminous silk faille skirt for a fit and flare wedding dress we absolutely adore (and what I think you probably saw on a similar dress, as mentioned). This dress reminds me of a ball gown, but with a more modern feel. I love the single layer tulle overlay that gives it an ultra soft look. Take a peek at the beautiful photos below to get an idea of this style.

Fit-and-Flare Wedding Dress with Sweetheart Neckline | by Jillian Fellers |
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Fit-and-Flare Wedding Dress with Sweetheart Neckline | by Jillian Fellers |
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And while it looks lovely on its own, I absolutely love the ribbon belt accessory added to it (also from here).

Fit-and-Flare Wedding Dress with Sweetheart Neckline | by Jillian Fellers |
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Beautiful photos by Alexandria Hinders.


We hope this gives you some inspiration, Kristie! You can find out more at Jillian Fellers.

What do you think of this fit-and-flare wedding dress?


P.S. Do you have a question for us? Submit it to Ask Emmaline and we’ll help! Your question may even appear in an upcoming Ask EB feature.