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    Welcome! Emmaline Bride is The Handmade Wedding Blog. We love handmade weddings, handcrafted wedding finds, DIY wedding ideas, wedding planning advice, creative wedding ideas, and more! You can find Emmaline Bride on , Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. You can follow us on Instagram, too!

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    Planning your handmade wedding is easy at Emmaline Bride! To get started, check out these three main sections:

    The Blog

    o The Blog – get inspired daily with handmade wedding finds, DIY ideas, projects, FREE printables, weekly handmade wedding giveaways, Real Weddings, Engagement sessions, ‘Ask Emmaline’ wedding advice, planning tips, and much, much more! Subscribe for FREE so you never miss a post!

    Get a preview of our handmade wedding blog with a few of these most popular posts…

    o DIY Mason Jar Floating Candle Centerpiece
    o 7 Wedding Favor Mistakes to Avoid
    o 50 Best (+ Cheap!) Date Ideas
    o 50 Wedding Acts of Kindness
    o 12 Secret Rules the MOH Ought to Know

    The Marketplace

    o The Marketplace – You’re bound to find something handmade to fall in love with in The Marketplace, the original (+ curated!) handmade wedding marketplace for brides. We’ve hand-picked the best handmade artisans in the industry to bring you the leading wedding trends, hot wedding products, accessories, decor, and more for your one-of-a-kind handmade wedding.

    The Bridal Book

    o Local Vendor Guide – Looking for a wedding photographer, wedding planner, venue, DJ, caterer, bakery, stationer, or handmade artisan to make your wedding day complete? We’ve hand-picked the best in the wedding industry and brought them together in our online wedding directory, The Bridal Book. Start planning your search here.

    About Emmaline Bride

    Emmaline Bride (pronounced EMMA-LINE) launched in May 2009 and has grown into the leading handmade wedding resource for brides-to-be and engaged couples. Emmaline Bride was founded by CEO and Editor-in-chief, Emma Arendoski, after planning her own wedding. Emma was disappointed by the lack of unique, personal wedding items available in stores. After looking online, however, her planning process changed greatly. She says, “I was inspired! I spent hours browsing handmade wedding accessories, stationery, reception decor, cake toppers, bridesmaid clutches, and more. I wondered why there was no main ‘hub’ where the best handmade wedding finds and artisans were promoted. There’s so much talent out there and I wanted other brides, like myself, to be able to find them. And, in an instant, Emmaline Bride began.” Emmaline Bride receives over half a million unique visitors per month, features over 10,000 handmade wedding items in The Marketplace, provides couples with the best preferred vendor guide, showcases gorgeous Real Weddings and Engagements, and inspires brides-to-be on a daily basis with the nationally recognized, award-winning Blog.

    Emmaline Bride is honor to have been featured in top publications including BRIDES, Glamour, Groom’s Advice, OneWed, Wedding Wire, The Huffington Post, My Wedding Concierge, DexWeddings, Bridal Guide, and more. Emmaline Bride was named the Top 100 Wedding Blogs in 2011, 2012, and 2013 by One Wed and was noted as one of the top influential wedding voices in the industry by WeFollow.

    The Book

    For even more inspiration, check out The Handcrafted Wedding by Emma Arendoski, editor-in-chief of Emmaline Bride.

    The Handcrafted Wedding by Emma Arendoski | photo by Carolyn Scott

    photo: carolyn scott photography

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    The site was handmade by Emma Arendoski. Flowery/pink header background courtesy of Flower Bucket Boutique. The pretty script you see on this site is courtesy of Laura Worthington and is called ‘Adorn’. You can find out more here.


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