Posted August 7, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
Brides: if you want to plan the perfect DIY Fall Wedding, this is the post for you! I always think it’s one thing to see fall wedding inspiration, but it’s another to see it in action. Today we’re sharing a real DIY Fall Wedding wholly planned by Irene and Blake, the duo behind Sparkvites. Armed with a creative vision, expertise in graphic design, and a little elbow grease, they set to work. The result? A perfect DIY fall wedding with personal, handcrafted touches throughout. The invitations, ceremony flags, programs, escort cards, centerpieces, mason jar glasses, and more were crafted as a labor of love… and it shows! Check out our favorite details (with photos by Noelle Ann Photography) and get inspired for your very own wedding. Enjoy!
Posted August 1, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 51 Comments
Have you considered a beach bridal shower? We’ve shared plenty of beach wedding ideas in the past, and most of these can be converted to bridal shower ideas, too. Today we’re sharing a few of our favorite beach bridal shower ideas PLUS the chance to win FREE favors by Paper Ink Love! Enjoy!
Beach Bridal Shower Ideas
The most popular color palette for a beach bridal shower is blue, white, and beige (think blue skies, white puffy clouds, and sand). Consider white and blue paper lanterns, painted mason jars, paper mache letters (I love these new 3D letters), and candle lanterns for tables.
Posted July 8, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
There are thousands of fantastic mason jar ideas to try, but mason jar drinking glasses will always remain a favorite. The mason jar is typically used for canning, but it also makes a surprisingly chic (+ reusable) drinking glass. If you’re wondering how to craft the perfect mason jar drinking glasses for your wedding, bridal shower, or party, you’ve come to the right place: read on to find out seven tips to ensure guests love ‘em as much as you do! Enjoy!
Posted June 27, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Mason jars have been a popular trend for weddings – and they’re not going anywhere anytime soon. We’ve seen mason jar lanterns, mason jar centerpieces, and some of the best mason jar ideas of all time. Today we’re sharing another twist: painted mason jars! We’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Missy of Beach Blues, the leading expert of painted mason jars. If you’re looking to add a shabby chic or vintage touch to your reception decor, her shop is the go-to place! Read on to find out three ways to use painted mason jars in your wedding reception decor… and beyond!
Posted June 21, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
Hello, loves! If you’re a fan of DIY wedding ideas, you are going to LOVE this post! Meet Margaux and Chad – now newlyweds! – a charming couple who combined their love for handmade, vintage, and DIY details to create one truly memorable day. The bride, Margaux (of the oh-so-chic Harmony Creative Studio), styled and created nearly everything you see here from start to finish. Today, you get a front-row seat at Margaux and Chad’s wedding where you’ll see eight hand-picked DIY wedding ideas (like stationery, vintage bottle centerpieces, a candy buffet, escort cards, and more), you’ll find out how Margaux tackled these DIY ideas, and you’ll get a glimpse into their incredible wedding venue. Ready to get started? Read on to begin! (Also, a special thank you to Meghan Christine Photography for all of the images you see below, except where noted. Beautiful work!)
P.S. Check out this amazing backdrop! It’s an succulent-lover’s dream come true!
Posted June 11, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
Good morning, sweethearts! We’re kicking off this lovely Tuesday with a little mint wedding inspiration. Mint is said to be ‘the wedding color of the year’ and for good reason: mint green is an incredibly soft, versatile shade which can be applied to any detail of your wedding. If you’re plan to add mint to your palette, use sparingly and complement with a neutral shade like ivory or cream for best results. We’ve rounded up a few of our newest favorite mint finds (all handmade, of course!) to inspire you. Take a peek and let us know… what do you think of mint? Would you use this shade in your color palette?
Mint Wedding Inspiration
First up, this mint bow clutch is one of my favorite purses to date. Handmade by Brighter Day, this bag is perfect for the bride-to-be or her ‘maids. Plus, I give it double points for being fashionable even after the wedding.
Posted August 16, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
This Joy Ranch wedding is both rustic and shabby chic. Katie and Nathan’s wedding at the Joy Ranch just outside Watertown, South Dakota, was a gorgeous event! The ranch’s sprawling landscape and country western charm make a great location for a South Dakota destination wedding. Katie and Nathan’s choice pick of handmade details is evident with custom painted mason jars in yellow and brown, chalkboard signage, wine bottle decorations, and even a thumbprint tree guestbook designed by Katie. You’ll also LOVE the clothesline hung photos, monogram, custom cake, cake pops, and candy table all perfectly mastered in their wedding theme colors! Their wedding was captured in full detail by Cory Ann Ellis from AC Ellis Inc. Check out their breathtaking wedding and that final sunset pose by Lyle Lake…
Posted April 15, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Happy Sunday, loves! Hope your weekend has been relaxing + filled with fun. If you’re planning a rustic or shabby chic wedding, chances are you may have considered mason jar centerpieces filled with your favorite flowers. Today, we’re showing you how to arrange flowers in a mason jar like a pro with one simple trick: frog lids! What are frog lids, you ask? Frog lids, upcycled by the lovely Brianna Paige Designs, are lids with metal “grids” for floral placement. This means you’ll have no more droopy flowers and no more confusion on how to arrange ‘em! Read on for more…
But first… isn’t this a lovely setup?
Posted April 4, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Erin and Matt’s Mount Princeton wedding was a wonderful event with family and friends. The wedding’s location at the Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort in Colorado was the perfect atmosphere. The resort’s romantic features and breathtaking views are just part of what made Erin and Matt’s wedding grandiose. Erin and Matt’s wedding included many homemade and DIY details such as hundreds of cookies were baked by the bride as favors, mason jar centerpieces, handcrafted bouquets, and boutonnieres. Erin and Matt even constructed a Wish Tree guest book. Capturing the day’s significant memories was Denver photographer Kristy from Moodeous Photography. What made the wedding day special was…
Posted March 2, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 4 Comments
Today, we’re showing you how to dress up your wedding drinks from drab to fab in seconds flat with a little help by Pink Cherry Mama, featured artisan in The Marketplace. Roberta, shop owner and designer, offers a lovely collection of striped straws, drink tags, and colorful ribbons to greet your guests upon arrival at your reception. We love the idea of tying her brilliant handmade “drink me” tags (reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland) to the tops of glass soda bottles for a soda bar at your reception. Or, placing striped straws in mason jars filled with a signature cocktail or freshly squeezed lemonade. Read on to see a few of our favorite hand-picked striped straws:
Posted February 21, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 11 Comments
If you are a bride who loves rustic wedding ideas and delights in barns, hay bales, and mason jars, today’s post is right up your alley! Today, we’re sharing rustic wedding ideas with inspiration by the lovely Jo Blake, featured artisan in The Marketplace at Emmaline Bride. After trading in city life, Jo now resides with her husband in a small town surrounded by thriving local farms, rolling hills, old red barns, and historic homes. The natural beauty around her is the inspiration for her craft, which she has perfected to include plenty of homespun country charm. We’re beginning the list of ten rustic wedding must-haves with one of the cutest rustic banners we’ve ever seen. Enjoy!
Posted February 8, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 8 Comments
Saddle up and ride along with Bryan and Amanda as you take a gander at this beautiful ranch wedding. The good times flowed as groomsmen laughed about old times, bridesmaids kicked up their boots, and Bryan and Amanda got hitched. Their wedding had some unique touches like the mason jars that decorated the landscape and the western wedding attire, not to mention the horse and carriage which featured a driver to escort them around the ranch. Justin from Justin Battenfield Photography captured their beautifully detailed wedding which told their unique love story. We wish Bryan and Amanda happy trails as they ride off into the sunset and enjoy life’s many adventures together.