Posted February 7, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
What will your wedding film look like? Get inspired with this East Coast wedding film! Jen and David’s wedding took place this past August in the Massachusetts city of Gloucester. Their East Coast wedding film captures the highlights of the day and its many wonderful details. Doug and Andrea from Yellow Hook Productions were the masterminds behind the film you’re about to see. You won’t want to miss what the bride has to say and the video next…
Posted December 19, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
This handmade Las Vegas wedding was fantastic! Adrian and Andrew met years ago while working as hotel clerks on the Las Vegas Strip. Little did they know they’d fall in love and one day get married. Their wedding was at the TPC Summerlin Country Club which featured a picturesque landscape and exquisite ballroom. Working with Adrian and Andrew to capture their wedding was Meg from Meg Ruth Photo. See the wonderful photos and all the handmade details…
Posted May 29, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Josh and Lindsey’s wedding at the Contemporary Arts Center in Peoria, Illinois was wonderful! Their April wedding has many beautiful details which you’re sure to enjoy. Their photographer Rachael from Rachael Schirano Photography has some intimate details about their wedding day for you after the jump…
Posted March 6, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
You’re going to love this DIY Chicago wedding! Christina and Barry’s DIY Chicago wedding is full of details and color that will inspire you. More about those details in a minute. Their wedding this past September was held at the Columbus Park Refectory. The location is both elegant and natural that serves as an amazing space for an outdoor wedding. Now about those details: starting with Christina, you’ll find a custom wedding gown, handmade veil, and pretty bouquet. Barry’s penny farthing cufflinks just speak cool as do the groomsmen with sunglasses. An interesting thing you’ll notice is the groom showing off veggies and spices grown by himself that actually made it into the salad. The DIY pops with puffy tissue paper poms under the arbor, detailed place settings with mason jars, vases with fresh cut flowers, rock candy favors, and wooden table numbers. The custom detail that might spark your interest the most is handcrafted sparkler holders for the “sparkler farewell”. Other special details that are sure to catch your eye are the custom wedding cake, candy table, and nifty pins. Their spectacular wedding and all of it’s many details were captured by Luis and Clarissa from I Luv Photo. See their amazing photos and all the DIY after the click…
Posted February 13, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Hello, loves! Happy Wednesday! If you’re planning a modern wedding, you won’t want to miss this post! We’re bringing forth reception décor inspiration with fresh, modern table numbers you’re sure to love. These table numbers are handmade by 2BSQUARED and we’re loving them all. Which one suits your style best?
Modern Table Numbers
1. A Modern Frame of Mind Table Numbers
I adore these 5×7″ table numbers in a cheery palette of charcoal and lemonciello ink printed atop heavy white cardstock.
Posted November 5, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 4 Comments
Hello, hello! On Friday, we showed you part one of this incredibly gorgeous DIY Rustic Wedding. Today, we’re proud to reveal part two of Maggie and Stephen’s special day with the First Look, Ceremony, and Reception. And… the bride, Maggie, handcrafted all of the details herself (and she did an incredible job!) If you’re looking for DIY rustic wedding inspiration, today’s feature has it all: a barn reception, mason jar lanterns, chalkboards, a vintage suitcase card box, handmade chair signs, a vintage photo wall, and much more. Read on to reveal Part Two of this gorgeous wedding, beginning with a teary-eyed groom in a candid First Look. Enjoy!
The First Look
Maggie and Stephen decided to do a ‘first look’ and we’re glad they did: check out the groom’s candid reaction!
Posted August 24, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 11 Comments
Keri + Drew’s shabby chic wedding is absolutely stunning. Their Iowa shabby chic wedding has so many beautiful details including mason jars, weathered furniture, and flowery greenery that pops. Keri and Drew went out incorporating the color green into their wedding details from the brides shoes and table centerpieces to their delicious green candy table. Using more than just the color green, one of the most unique and creative ideas Keri and Drew used in their shabby chic wedding was the use of plants as guest favors. Photographing their Iowa wedding was Emily from Emily Crall Photography. Emily fills us in on some of the couple’s wedding day fun.
Posted April 4, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Appropriately named “Heaven on Earth”, this bridal hair piece is handmade by SIBO Designs with beautiful grey/silver silk fabric, netting and feathers in earth tone colors. A sparkling rhinestone, ivory pearls, Swarovski crystals, and seed beads are placed in the center for tons of sparkle, shine, and detail. LOVE.
Posted January 25, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
This backyard wedding is not only beautiful but unique. The bride and groom, Melissa and Brandon were married in Melissa’s Aunt’s backyard in Squaw Valley’s wonderful outdoor scenery. Some of the handmade details and decorations along with the intimate feeling are making us love this wedding video! The photography and videography duo over at Rose Street Studio did a great job capturing this backyard wedding. Thanks Jaime and Jason!
Jaime tells us a little about their wedding day, “Everything was handmade by the couple and contributed by their families including a snowboarder cake topper and cotton candy machine. Prior to the wedding, everyone spent the day working on wedding details and final decorations. The couple danced to Led Zeppelin’s “Thank You” for their first dance which was such a refreshing change! The catering was done by Bella Tahoe Catering and was an all vegan menu including the cake. Very yummy!”
Posted January 14, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
We love this Duluth wedding and Erin + Nick’s little red details! Erin, the bride, did an amazing job incorporating red throughout her theme and crafted her own details to accent her wedding day. Erin and Nick’s Minnesota wedding was photographed by Stacey from LaCoursiere Photography based in Duluth, Minnesota.
Stacey tells us, “This bride did nearly everything herself. She handmade her headband. She ordered little photo charms and attached them to all the bridal bouquets. Each of the bridesmaids bouquets had the photos of the brides memories with them. The brides bouquet had photos of unique memories to her, and photos of her family members that had passed. She dyed her grooms socks to match her shoes. All the bridesmaids jewelry was handmade by her. She hand wrote the whole wedding ceremony script. It was incredibly unique..”
Posted December 2, 2010 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
We are so proud to promote our newest seller in the handmade marketplace, Joy Ever After! Based in Saint Louis, Amanda is a talented designer of “details that make life loveable”. This invitation is certainly loveable… we love the black lace, lime green, and brilliant typography! Check out her Emmaline Bride shop and her website here for even more handmade items for your wedding.
Posted July 27, 2010 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 4 Comments
WOW. This is one heck of a spectacular setting! We spy lots of moss, flowers, pillar candles, decorative chairs (love those soft coverings!), lanterns (for that romantic glow), frames along the back wall, vintage lamps, and hanging monogram letters!
Posted April 2, 2010 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
If you’re looking for a house, your realtor should stress to you location, location, location. Location is perhaps the greatest importance when choosing where you’ll live.
What’s the greatest importance in your wedding day? We’d like to stress details, details, details. Your wedding day is the most important day of your life. The details make it memorable. Your dress, your shoes, your flowers, your clutch, are details. Don’t make the mistake of skipping the details, because their importance will be remembered in your wedding pictures. And aside from what you’ll remember on your own, when you look at your wedding pictures, you’ll remember the details.
We thank featured photographer Maria Mack, from Maria Mack Photography based out of Philadelphia, PA for the great images.
To see more of photography by Maria Mack Photography, please visit Maria’s website at http://mariamack-photography.com
All images courtesy of Maria Mack Photography. All Rights Reserved.