Posted April 8, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Autumn and Joe’s Nashville wedding was a hit! Their Nashville area wedding has lots of lovely details that are sure to get you in the planning mood. Autumn and Joe’s event planner was Elaine from Events by Elaine. Elaine tells us, “Married on a gorgeous fall day, Autumn and Joe’s day was filled with emotion and love. Inspired by vintage elements, a pink, yellow and gray color scheme was included in the flowers and the mismatched bridesmaid dresses. The bride made the jars for the centerpieces using lace and fabric. The couple included their mothers by hanging their dresses and wedding photos for the guests to see…”
Posted April 7, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 99 Comments
Happy Monday! We hope you had a wonderful weekend. On Friday, we rounded out the week with a new wedding giveaway… and we’re kicking off this brand new week with one, too! (Actually, we have a TON of giveaways planned for this week, so stay tuned — better yet, subscribe so you don’t miss ‘em!) Have you seen the gorgeousness that is Company Forty Two yet? Well, you’re about to! We’ve teamed up with the owner and designer, Shelly, to offer her amazing wooden flower place cards to one lucky reader. The winner will also receive a set of chic drink stirrers, too! Read on to enter for a chance to win…
Posted March 27, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Hi, loves! Meet the newest trend in bridesmaid gift-giving: mismatched clutches. Giving clutch purses to bridesmaids as a thank you gift isn’t a new idea, but we love this fresh approach. Instead of picking the same clutch to give to each bridesmaid, consider mismatched clutches instead: it allows you to pick a unique pattern or print that suits her unique style while tying in your color palette for a cohesive look. Ready to find out more? Read on to see a few hand-picked finds we spotted over at BagEnvy Handbags which exemplifies this trend perfectly.
Posted March 25, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
This Nebraska DIY wedding was full of fun and handmade creativity! Meet Sandra and Loren. Their wedding was this past summer at the Auld Pavilion in Lincoln, NE. Their photographer was Aubrey from The Leekers, who captured their wedding and all of its amazing details. Aubrey tells us, “Their wedding was overflowing with creativity, DIY decorations, fun bright colors, polka-dots, a Boston Terrier with a bow tie, succulents, a coffee bar, cool arches made by the groom, confetti showers, bursts of rain showers, pinwheels, bow ties, laughs, love, and so much more.” Find out more after the jump…
Posted March 25, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Brides: are you planning a spring or summer wedding? Need attire for your flower girl that she’ll want to wear? We’ve found five dresses she’ll love! We recently popped in over at Beane and Company and we’re loving Jenna’s new collection! She handcrafts beautiful custom flower girl dresses and ring bearer suits we know you’ll love… and they’re perfect for spring and summer weddings. See our five hand-picked favorites and find out more after the jump!
Spring Flower Girl Dresses
1. Green Patterned Print
This one (named Quinn) is one of my favorites. The green design is so poppy and the bow detail is adorable.
Posted March 24, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Hi, loves! At Emmaline Bride, you know we’re crazy over handmade weddings especially with so many beautiful items always added to our Marketplace. So, to inspire you, we’ve rounded up ten handmade wedding finds for your big day. We’ve found a stylish new accessory collection, a (totally fun!) rustic wedding invitation, shoes for your ring bearer and flower girl, a delicate locket necklace, a monogrammed gift for bridesmaids, and more. But, we want to know… which of these finds is your favorite?
Handmade Wedding Round-Up
1. New Accessories Collection
The lovely Tessa Kim just rolled out her 2014 wedding accessories collection and it’s absolutely stunning! Here are a few of our hand-picked favorites (though it was hard to choose):
Posted March 20, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
When you’re planning a handcrafted wedding chock full of personal details, your wedding initials are one accent not to be overlooked! You can use your wedding initials in a variety of ways, from the entry to your ceremony to the favors at your reception. You can even use your monogram as a unique guest book idea. To inspire you, we’ve rounded up twenty-one of the most unique uses for wedding initials including some you’ve probably never seen before. Which of these finds inspires you most? Will you be using your wedding initials in your decor?
Wedding Initials: 21 Unique Ways to Use Them
1. Large Over-sized Letters
A set of over-sized wood letters (you can find huge wood letters at Hobby Lobby) is all you need to show off your initials. Snap a photo, like this, and you can have it printed as thank you cards after the wedding.
Posted March 19, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Brides: want a guest book alternative? Meet the small talk guest book! Instead of a traditional book where guests sign their names, the small talk guest book by Nostalgic Imprints invites guests to share their memories. Find out more after the jump…
Posted March 10, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Hi, loves! Happy Monday! Are you looking for a chic ring pillow for your wedding? Want something that’s chic, handmade and perfect for the spring or summer? We’ve found eight of ‘em! Recently I popped into Laura Stark Jewelry & Bridal Accessories Studio and I love her collection of linen ring pillows. These are ideal for your wedding and will add to the beautiful decor in your home, too! Read on to see which eight linen ring pillows we’ve hand-picked to share with you today… and tell us which one is your favorite!
Linen Ring Pillows
1. Something Blue
This light blue linen ring pillow has white embroidery lace. It is just the perfect touch for your ceremony and adds “something blue” in an instant.
Posted February 24, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Hi, loves! Happy Monday! We’re so excited to kick off a brand new week of inspiration with you. So… do you have a cake topper yet? Are you looking for one? Want a topper but you’re tired of seeing the same old toppers used over and over again? Well, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve found three totally inspiring pieces from Susabella‘s ceramic cake toppers collection we know you’ll love. What we love most about these ceramic cake toppers is the unique handmade quality: they’re handcrafted, fired in a kiln, painted with food safe glaze, and kiln fired again. That’s dedication! Plus, they’re total works of art, which means you’ll have heirloom-quality pieces for your home after the big day. Get ready to pick your perfect topper in 3…2…1…
Ceramic Cake Toppers
This round topper features your unique monogram on the front.
Posted February 10, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 50 Comments
Hi, loves! Wow, we have a full week planned ahead! And, what could be better than starting with a giveaway? We’ve teamed up with the lovely ladies of Angee W. to offer a feather rhinestone clutch purse to one lucky EB reader. I’ve seen some gorgeous bridal clutches in the past, but this is one of my favorites to date! Find out what makes this feather rhinestone clutch extra special… and see how you can win one!
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 January 29, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
This rustic Arizona wedding is one you’re sure to love! Meet Ashley and Kevin. This lovely couple’s story started when they first met back in 2007 at a local community college. Their wedding this past November was in Mesa, Arizona at Inside the Bungalow. The wedding has a rustic theme, handmade details, and more. See their wedding photos captured by David from David Orr Photography after the click..
Posted January 24, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 28 Comments
Hey, nature-loving brides: this one’s for you! Have you seen the incredible ways nature can be tied into jewelry pieces today? I mean, you already know how awesome handmade is, but these particular pieces are awe-inspiring. If you’re planning a nature-filled wedding, love the great outdoors, or just happen to be looking for a pretty nature inspired jewelry piece for spring, we’ve found six of ‘em. Read on to see what we’ve uncovered PLUS enter for a chance to win one of the lovely items shown below!
Nature Inspired Jewelry Pieces
1. Moss Necklace
Who says moss is limited to decor alone? The fantastic Mr. Lentz has created a new way for moss to steal the show as a jewelry embellishment. This moss necklace is one of our favorite finds to date.