Posted February 19, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 4 Comments
Hi, loves! Have you shopped The Marketplace lately? The Marketplace is the ultimate (+ original!) handmade wedding shop exclusively at Emmaline Bride! We feature hand-picked artisans around the globe who love handmade just as much as we do. Instead of spending countless hours looking for the best for handmade weddings, we bring them to you! Today we’re sharing ten hand-picked paper goods spotted in The Marketplace to give you glimpse into just a few of the fun finds we have to offer. Which one is your favorite?
10 Perfect Paper Goods for Your Wedding
1. Custom Coasters
This set of personalized coasters caught our eye at first glance. With custom designs available, there’s bound to be a perfect style for your bar!
Posted January 26, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 5 Comments
Brides, love TOMS? Today, we’re sharing with you a beautiful pair of wedding TOMS shoes that have been custom-designed by the lovely folks at r to the second power. These wedding TOMS are hand painted with a french romantic ‘par avion’ airmail love letter theme and a hint of lace perfect for the bride-to-be. Read on to see more…
Posted November 22, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 6 Comments
Email allows anyone to connect instantly, but nothing can compare to the sweet sentiment of a handwritten note or heartfelt letter from a loved one. That’s why we love air mail wedding ideas from invitations to save the dates, favors, stationery, and everything in-between. There is something sweetly simple about a handwritten note or tag, particularly around the holidays. Today, we’re sharing 18 air mail wedding ideas you will love, beginning with an invitation by Jack and Jill Wedding which ties in the air mail idea beautifully, with a postcard reply for guests to send back with love. Enjoy!
Posted January 20, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 15 Comments
Hi EB readers and Happy 2011!
I am Lauren from Lauren Elise Crafted and I am back today to share our first DIY of 2011. I hope everyone had a lovely holiday! Mine was very low-key and all about family, good food, sharing a few fun presents but mostly just spending time together (the important things!).
Since the holidays are an infamous time for getting engaged, I thought I would share a handmade save the date tutorial for all you newly engaged couples out there…..