Posted May 1, 2013 | 45 Comments
Happy May! #throwsconfetti Do you know how to coordinate your wedding? Did you know it’s easier than it sounds? Today we’re showing you how to coordinate your wedding in one easy step. When you are planning your wedding, it’s easy to get bogged down with the many decisions you’ll make, like color palette, wedding tone, theme, invitations, and more. If you’re wondering how you’ll get it all done – and get it to coordinate – fear not! We have one simple solution for you. Today we’re sharing some helpful advice for what to do after picking out your color palette to save you time + money down the road. Plus, we’ve teamed up with Dear LC to offer one lucky Emmaline Bride reader a free (stylish!) wedding iPhone case. Enjoy!
How to Coordinate Your Wedding
You’ve picked out your perfect wedding color palette (or at least settled on a shade or two you love)… what’s next? Pick your invitation from a stationer you love who has a good reputation, offers high-quality designs, and creates an entire suite of items (table numbers, response cards, menus, escort cards, and more) to coordinate. The result? You’ll have beautifully coordinated wedding decor from start to finish, a set-in-stone color palette, only one stationer vendor, combined shipping, less stress, more smiles, and more time to, you know, tackle these. To inspire you, we’ve rounded up a few wedding coordinates from Dear LC, a chic + modern paperie. Lynn’s newly-launched website – DearLC.com – is chock-full of handmade wedding goodness and she has wedding coordination down to a science. Browsing her shop makes coordination super easy… see how seamless it can really be below!
As an example, we’ve hand-selected Dear Lc’s Confetti Wedding Invitation in a palette of kelly green and white. Colors and fonts are completely customizable, of course. The invitation – complete with response card – is shown below.
For the reception, guests will find their seats thanks to these coordinating Confetti escort cards…
… or this seating chart (in collaboration with The Seating Chart Boutique) as an alternative…
… which beautifully ties into the modern table number shown here.
Finally, pull together the entire look with a complementing thank you card.
By selecting the invitation style first, we were able to coordinate a palette with five different elements, all in one easy step.
Here are a few other wedding invitations to kick start your creativity (+ your palette). Her designs are ultra-modern and chic!
And a stylish iPhone case to match? Get out!
Win a FREE Custom iPhone Case!
How to Enter
Want to win a FREE custom iPhone case for your wedding? Simply visit Dear LC between May 1-3rd, 2013 (11:59pm EST) and view the entire collection. Which item do you love best? Return here and comment below on your favorite item. You may enter with a comment one (1) time per day.
Gain additional entries if you…
o Share the giveaway on Facebook*
o Share the giveaway on Twitter*
o Pin the giveaway on Pinterest*
* simply leave separate comments below for each method used
You may enter up to four times per day using each method one time: comment, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.
One lucky reader will be randomly selected (using random.org) and announced on this blog post Monday, May 6th, 2013. Winner will also be notified via email. Past giveaway winners within thirty days not eligible to win. No cash value. No purchase necessary. Winner may select one (1) custom iPhone case from DearLC.com. Free shipping included.
About the iPhone Case
This exclusive collection of bridal iPhone cases by Dear LC can be personalized to reflect the bride to be’s future name or the color scheme of her wedding. Let everyone know you’re getting married with a custom iPhone case! Designs are embedded deep into the case’s protective plastic – this is not just a skin or a sticker. Lightweight, durable, and available for iPhone 4/4s and the new iPhone 5.
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