Posted July 18, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
You may already know that the bride and groom are responsible for giving a gift to the wedding party. However, do you know who else gets a gift from the bride and groom? Today we’re sharing gift-giving knowledge and inspiring you with handmade wedding gifts from around the web. Read on to find out more and see what is the number one rule to wedding gift giving. Enjoy!
Posted June 28, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 19 Comments
Hello, loves! Today we’re answering an Ask Emmaline wedding advice question from bride-to-be, Ashley, who asks, “What Does a Flower Girl Do?” Here’s her full question…
“Dear Emmaline, My niece is six years old and I want her to be my flower girl. She / her mom accepted, but now what? What does a flower girl do? Does a flower girl toss anything other than petals? What age is best for the flower girl? Thanks!”
Great question, Ashley (P.S. Six years old is a perfect age for a flower girl). Read on to find out what a flower girl does, the proper age for a flower girl, what she can toss, what to carry, and more! PLUS, you could win a flower girl bag + $20 gift certificate Belle Rose Designs! Read on for more…
Posted June 25, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 9 Comments
Hello, loves! Today we’re sharing some delightfully rustic inspiration in the form of a rustic fairytale wedding theme. But first… I recently went camping and my almost seven-year-old niece taught me a thing or two about fairies. At the campfire, she looked into the woods and pointed at brief sparks of light. These sparks – lightning bugs, naturally – are not lightning bugs. They’re fairies. Acorns? Fairy hats. Holes in the tree? Fairy houses. Moss? Moss is just moss. (I thought – pixie dust! – but she informed me, “No, Aunt Emma, that’s just moss.” Bless her heart.) I wanted to share that story to remind you that a wedding theme can be ANYTHING you dream it to be. A fairytale wedding doesn’t have to be all Cinderella carriages, castles, and crowns. If you’re an eco-bride, would prefer a position as princess of the woods vs. the ballroom, and you need some serious inspiration for a unique wedding theme, you’ve come to the right place. Today we’re sharing an exclusive Enchanted rustic fairytale wedding shoot by a stellar team of wedding pros with photography by Jessy Carté. So, without further adieu… let’s get started!
Posted May 16, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Good morning, loves! I blissfully awoke this morning to the sound of birds chirping, a light breeze lofting through my window, and a bright, sunny, cloudless sky. In a word? Perfection. I love this time of year – it’s wedding season! – and I am fascinated by the beautiful, nature-inspired accents found in many Real Weddings today. One of my favorite themes to date is a bird themed wedding, a popular nature-inspired option for couples. Today, we’re bringing you three new bird themed wedding finds to inspire you as you sip on your coffee and ease into your day. So, if you’re ready to begin, we kick off the list with a pair of ultra-sweet love bird chair signs. Enjoy!
Bird Themed Wedding
1. Bird Wedding Chair Signs
These little love birds are adorable! Make your chairs stand out at your head table or sweetheart table by tying a personalized wooden bird to the back. By PNZ Designs with photo by Melania Marta Photography.
Posted April 9, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Hello, loves! We’re kicking off this lovely Tuesday with an Ask Emmaline question from a bride-to-be. Nicole writes us and says, “My flower girl loves tutus, and I want to find her one that she can wear at the wedding. However, our wedding is going to be very formal. Most of the tutus I’ve seen are casual; where can I find a formal flower girl tutu?” Well, Nicole, you’re in luck! We’ve found one formal flower girl tutu dress we think you’ll love (and she’ll be excited to wear). Find out more about this stunning – and more formal – flower girl tutu dress after the jump!
Posted March 27, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
If you’re looking for beautiful flower girl baskets, you won’t want to miss this post! Yesterday we showed you these dresses for your flower girl and today we’re pairing them with beautiful rustic flower girl baskets. I (Emma here!) have been a fan of Jennie’s work at Duryea Place Designs for awhile now, and her newest collection of rustic flower girl baskets has positively stolen my little handmade heart. I’ve hand-selected seven of my favorite rustic baskets to share with you today and I hope you one of these is the perfect find for your ceremony. PLUS, if you love a basket but want a custom color, just ask – Jennie welcomes custom orders! Read on to be inspired…
Posted March 26, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Hello, hello! Your wedding gown and bridesmaid dresses are all picked out… now, what will your flower girl wear? The role of flower girl isn’t the easiest, but the experience is certainly more fun with a really comfortable (+ cute) dress to wear. To inspire you, we’ve rounded up five of our favorite hand-picked cotton flower girl dresses by Olive & Fern. Each dress is hand-crafted, customized in her specific size, and is made with organic cotton for a lightweight, comfortable feel. Read on to see which flower girl dresses stole our little handmade hearts after the jump!
Posted January 25, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
If you’re planning a spring or summer wedding, we’ve found the perfect accessory for your flower girl. This whimsical moss flower girl basket by Susabella features a handmade ceramic tile (2.25″) with a monogram and your wedding year. The monogram is attached to the basket with wire, which means it can be removed and reused as your First Christmas ornament. (We love!) Read on for more…
Posted December 18, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
Hello, loves! Happy Tuesday! Today we’re talking about one of our favorite hot new 2013 wedding trends: pleats! A pleat (also known as a plait) is a double or multiple fold, typically in garments. There are various of pleat styles used (like accordion, box, and knife) and pleats were originally used to provide movement of freedom in clothing. Today, pleats are often used for style, one we that seems to be popping up everywhere lately! Read on to see five hand-picked handmade items using pleats to inspire your upcoming wedding. Then, tell us… do you love pleats? Or is this a trend you’d on which you’d like to pass? Enjoy!
2013 Wedding Trend: Pleats!
1. Flower Girls in Pleated Dresses
My #1 essential rule of flower girl dresses? Twirlabiity. This particular style offers just that AND in an exceptional color palette with a flowing style she’ll love. By Nastershum Wedding.
Posted October 10, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
When I browsed the online shelves of the aptly named Everything Ruffles, I was inspired by the sheer loveliness that ensued. Ruffle flower girl dresses, ruffle baby outfits, and even ruffle bridesmaid dresses for women who love the look! Now, I know for a fact that I can’t pull off a dress with pink ruffles (despite my attempt this past weekend at a store with a very lovely, Carrie Bradshaw-esque pink ruffle dress with a sash) but one in a more subtle shade (like chocolate brown or blue) might do! Check out these ruffle flower girl dresses (and bridesmaid dresses, too!) to inspire your upcoming wedding… and, as a sidebar, I love how the dresses are paired with cowboy boots for that rustic (yet girly) feel without being over the top. Enjoy!
Posted May 17, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Hi, loves! Have you found the most perfect dress for your flower girl to wear down the aisle? If not, today’s post is for you: we’ve selected five fanciful flower girl dresses by the lovely Olive and Fern we think you’ll love. Each dress is made with natural, eco-friendly materials and just the right amount of cutesy-flower-girl frill just for her. Read on to see which five made our list…