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Happy Friday, loves! It’s time for a fun new giveaway brought to you by the awesome folks of Sparkvites! We’ve teamed up with them to give away a set of six wedding party cards to one lucky reader. These aren’t just any wedding party cards — wait until you see how fun and colorful they are! You can use these cards to ask your bridesmaids and groomsmen to be in your wedding. Check out the designs below and enter for a chance to win!
A while back, we featured this gone fishing cake topper and it was a huge hit. And we loved it just as much as you did. But then the cake toppers were no longer available and bride-to-be, Ashleigh, came to us looking for one, and we think she (and you) will love what we’ve found! This topper has it all, from the adorable bride’s dress to the fishing rod to the puppy! And just wait until you see how this groom holds his bride. So sweet. Check it out below, by Anna Crafts:
Hi, loves! Emma here. And, I’ll be honest: normally, a handkerchief isn’t my favorite thing in the world. I’m more of a tissue kind of girl. Call me new-fashioned but I like to blow my nose and then, you know, THROW IT AWAY. But I do love when wedding handkerchiefs are used in creative ways at weddings: for tears of joy favors, wrapped around your bouquet as something blue, or as gifts for the wedding party. I even love handkerchiefs on shoes. So, I get it: there are going to be happy tears a-flowin’ on your big day and you might as well have hankies at the ready. That makes total sense.
So, when I saw this ‘Hurry Up and Be My Husband Already‘ handkerchief (shown below, #1) over at The Polka Dotted Bee, I just had to look further into her hankie collection. And I couldn’t resist all the lovely finds there were! So today we’re sharing seven of them and I have to admit — I’m slowly becoming more of a hankie girl because these are just too cute to resist. You can even have custom hankies made FROM YOUR HANDWRITING, which is pretty amazing.
Bottom line? Even if you’re not on board with the whole hankie thing, you’ll totally love these personalized wedding handkerchiefs. Promise. See them for yourself, below!
I love when wedding decor can be re-used as home decor. Loooove it. So when I (Emma here!) spotted these modern hanging air plant holders over at Handmade Sam Made, I couldn’t resist sharing their geometric awesomeness with you. But first, what is an air plant, you ask? Well, I’ll tell you!
An air plant — aka Tillandsia, if you want to get technical — is a sometimes rootless tropical plant with grasslike leaves, according to Google. Water and airborne nutrients are absorbed through its leaves.
Air Plant Wedding Decor
An air plant makes an exceptionally lovely flower alternative for wedding decor, especially for a modern wedding because it offers a minimalist look (similar to the succulent). If you want to decorate your wedding with air plants, we recommend using them as centerpieces, like so:
Another way to use air plants as decor is to hang them, whether from trees, rafters, or displayed on a back wall as a sconce or plant holder. These brass Himmeli designs are some of the prettiest I’ve seen yet…
The hi low hem isn’t just for style: it’s essential for bridesmaids who hate the too-short skirt without having to go all-out floor-length (which can be incredibly hot in the summer). It’s a very happy medium.
Happy Friday, loves! We are kicking off this beautiful, sunny, finally-spring-like Friday morning with a pretty post on wedding invitations. We spotted these floral wedding invitations over at Whimsical Prints. Leeanna has been whipping up an extra dose of pretty this season in the form of floral patterns and prints, which, as you probably already know, is all the rage this year. Check out some of our favorite invites from her collection below!
Happy Weekend, loves! We wanted to pop in with this gorgeous find we spotted over at Starletta Designs. I looove druzy jewelry, especially when the piece pops with pretty colors. That’s why these colorful druzy necklaces caught my eye! I like the pink best, but that mint is a lovely color, too. Which color is your favorite?