Check out this his and hers wood wedding ring box. These wooden ring boxes are awesome! They’re handcrafted by Will from End Grain Wood Shoppe. Will says, “This pair of wedding ring bearer pillow boxes would be a perfect addition to a woodland wedding. Each wood ring box has been cut from a branch of Sierra Nevada reclaimed wood. The wood boxes have been oiled to enhance their natural beauty. Then His and Hers have been wood branded into the top of the wedding ring boxes.” What do you think about this photo of the day?
One of the easiest ways to pull in a cozier, more romantic atmosphere at your wedding is with candle light. Easy enough, right? As an example, check out these hand-painted mercury glass votives made from quilted jelly jars. We think they’re just the perfect winter wedding accent to add to centerpieces. They were spotted over at Beach Blues (you may remember their gorgeous milk bottles from our round-up). We love these mercury glass votives paired here with silver painted mason jars. Lovely!
Mercury Glass Votives
If you’d like to buy a set of votives like these, visit Beach Blues. You’ll also find lovely painted mason jars, too. We talked about quilted mason jars used for a DIY mojito in a jar and I’ve been seeing them everywhere lately. It’s a nice twist from the traditional smooth mason jar, don’t you think?
The Halloween wedding inspiration continues! If you’re planning a Halloween wedding theme or party, add this tasty dessert idea to the checklist. This Halloween cake in a jar makes a cute favor. We recommend wrapping with orange twine and attaching one of these so guests can grab + take to go.
Halloween Cake in a Jar
This cake is made with moist chocolate cake and pumpkin cake layered with orange buttercream frosting. YUM! A cake in a jar will stay fresh for up to 7 days and can be frozen for up to a month; I know, right? Storing this is a breeze.
Get the cake recipe at HGTV. Enjoy!
And, now that we’ve discussed these yummy, fall-inspired treats, I’m off to find myself a pumpkin spice latte. ;)
Planning a woodland themed wedding and looking for bridal accessories? Then this woodland wedding berry hair comb might be your perfect accent piece. Maybe you’re even planning a winter wedding filled with garlands, pine decor, greens, and reds. This woodland wedding berry hair comb is handmade by Emmaline Bride artist Kimber from KimArt. Kimber tells us, “This hair comb is the perfect winter accessory, with beautiful red berries! Wear this to a holiday party, winter wedding or winter family photo shoot – it is the perfect small accessory.”
Woodland Wedding Berry Hair Comb
And they said, “We must have colorful wedding paper lanterns for our wedding!” We’re digging these bright paper lanterns hanging from the rafters at this wedding reception. If you really want to make your wedding pop, then these might be for you…
Photo by Tanja Lippert Photography.
Colorful Wedding Paper Lanterns
Want these lanterns? BUY THEM!
If you are planning a vintage wedding and want to add an authentic touch, just add vintage wedding silverware to the mix! Today we’re showing you three ways to add vintage flair with silverware from Wooden Hive.
1. Place Settings
Vintage wedding silverware added to your place settings will exude a more genuine vintage feel. Guests can take their place setting home as their wedding favor, or you can keep your favorites for use in your home (and donate the rest).
2. Table Numbers
Or, use these custom vintage spoons as table number markers. Just place one in a glass vase or jar at each table.
3. Cake Forks
Last but not least, don’t forget custom cake forks for the cutting of the cake. After the big day, you can reuse these forks again as a keepsake. Kerrie’s collection of handstamped vintage wedding silverware are unlike any we’ve seen.
Or ‘Eat Cake’ forks paired with a custom vintage server.
There are even handstamped Mr and Mrs coffee spoons, perfect for your coffee themed wedding (or just because).
If you’re planning a vintage themed wedding, you won’t want to miss out on this unique detail! Visit Wooden Hive to find out more and shop for your vintage wedding silverware.
If you’re planning a fall wedding or just a have a love for this time of year, then this fall leaves wedding garland will inspire you! This fall leaves wedding garland is crafted by Ayca from Couture by Ayca. These beautiful leaf garlands would be perfect for your fall wedding decor. You can use these garlands for wall accents, adorning your wedding tables, and even draped over your centerpieces. These would also look amazing hanging from a pergola or arbor if you’re getting married under one. Want to purchase them? Buy them here.
Fall Leaves Wedding Garland
Check out more handmade wedding items from the Emmaline Bride Marketplace.
Detail alert: this rustic centerpiece idea features one of our favorite new finds from Featured Artist, Sweet Carolina Collective: that charming rustic table number! It’s hand-painted and sure to make a statement. This display is one example of how to assemble a rustic wedding centerpiece with a touch of vintage flair. Along with this stunning table number, the centerpiece includes old books, brass candle holders, votive candle holders, and recycled glass bottles. The lace doilies underneath add texture to the look, while incorporating that vintage-inspired feel. This is a lovely look all around!
See this and others at Sweet NC Collective. Photo: Lowe Photography.
Get ready to light up your wedding in the most memorable way possible! Hi loves, Emma here and I am positively loving this trend. Marquee lights have been in the wedding spotlight for awhile now, but this is a trend we don’t see going by the wayside anytime soon.
You can use marquee lights in so many interesting ways: light up your bar with a fun cocktails sign or use it to illuminate your wedding date.
I especially love the use of marquee lights to deck out your ceremony space, like this…
Add marquee lights to your barn wedding decor, like this.
Here are some additional lovely lights to inspire you.
Make your own wedding marquee lights
We spotted this A M A Z I N G do it yourself project over at Evan & Katelyn for making your own wedding marquee lights. They used ‘LOVE’ as their sign, but you can customize this project in anything you choose. Only have patience for one letter? Just make one for your new last name. Want one for each of you? Make two, one with your initial and one with your love’s. Want to go all out? J U S T M A R R I E D or T H E B E S T D A Y E V E R would take awhile, but more power to ya.
They made their own for their big day… and here’s the finished product, too!
Oh, and this totally reminds me of A + I. One of our cats would totally photobomb our DIY photo, I just know it.
Make your own wedding marquee lights by heading over here!
t heart e | via wedding chicks
heart sign with dessert table | photo: katie vowels for anna mcelwain photography via style me pretty
wedding date in marquee lights | via dimples and tangles
j & m wedding marquee lights in barn | photo: annie mcelwain via 100layercake
h & k ceremony wedding marquee lights | photo: ungano & agriodimas via brooklyn blonde
heart | vintage marquee letters
a & n yellow wedding marquee lights | patent pending project
vintage love dessert bar sign | photo: mariel & joey
coffee marquee sign | photo: annie mcelwain via 100layercake
you & me | photo: bayly and moore via green wedding shoes
LOVE wedding marquee lights against sign | leah lee photography via style me pretty
P & R blue wedding marquee lights | patent pending project
mr & mrs wedding marquee lights (couple leaning in for kiss) | photo: by the robinsons
bar sign | photo: aneta MAK
hashtag | intimate weddings
cocktails marquee sign | photo: paige winn photo
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Which of these is your favorite? Are you using marquee lights at your wedding?
Hi, lovelies! We’ve talked about our love for the pretties made over at Mama Bleu Designs before (remember these? and who could forget this?) Today we’re sharing our new craft crush: Mr + Mrs Chair Signs made with embroidered hoop art! Take a peek at this rustic-inspired design to reserve chairs at your head table or sweetheart table.