Posted July 8, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Hi, loves! If you’re a vintage-loving bride, you’ll really love today’s post! We’re featuring sixteen (creative) typewriter wedding ideas! You read that right: typewriter wedding. I mean, honestly, you can incorporate ANY theme into your wedding (we proved that fact awhile back). A typewriter inspired wedding is vintage-y, ties in a black and white color palette, and uses authentic finds like vintage typewriter keys and the classic black ink typewriter font in your paper goods. We’re about to unleash a plethora of pretty amazing handmade wedding finds for your big day that we think you’ll love… PLUS, there’s a FREE printable inside! From our heart to yours. Enjoy!
Typewriter Wedding Ideas
1. Vintage Typewriter Cuff Links
For the groom + groomsmen. And Dads.
Posted May 8, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
We spotted this gorgeous DIY rustic place setting and we love how easy it is to re-create this look. So, today we’re showing you how it’s done with a simple tutorial and supply list so you can wow your guests at your wedding reception, engagement party, or bridal shower! Let’s get started, shall we?
Posted February 19, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 4 Comments
Hi, loves! Have you shopped The Marketplace lately? The Marketplace is the ultimate (+ original!) handmade wedding shop exclusively at Emmaline Bride! We feature hand-picked artisans around the globe who love handmade just as much as we do. Instead of spending countless hours looking for the best for handmade weddings, we bring them to you! Today we’re sharing ten hand-picked paper goods spotted in The Marketplace to give you glimpse into just a few of the fun finds we have to offer. Which one is your favorite?
10 Perfect Paper Goods for Your Wedding
1. Custom Coasters
This set of personalized coasters caught our eye at first glance. With custom designs available, there’s bound to be a perfect style for your bar!
Posted December 11, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Good morning, lovelies! I spotted this amazing tablescape and had to share it… immediately. This vintage inspired tablescape would be perfect for either a bridal shower or a wedding. I love the pop of lavender – both the color and the sprig placed on the plate – and the lace ties the vintage look together perfectly. The metal place ‘cards’ are my favorite touch, and since it would take plenty of bridehours to make 100+ metal place ‘cards’, I think this works best for the bride and groom’s seats. This entire vintage inspired tablescape is gorgeous and one of my favorites to date. Styled by The Stylish Soiree, captured by Love Life Studios and spotted via Style Me Pretty.
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Posted August 28, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Hello, loves! Today we’re talking about wedding calligraphy – the fanciful art of writing – which can be applied across your entire wedding spectrum. Hiring a wedding calligrapher may sound like a luxury request, but it can be affordable AND make a world of a difference in the overall look and quality of your wedding. I am a self-proclaimed handwriting nerd, which all began when my mom saw my hurried handwriting in 3rd grade, sat me down at her desk, and taught me to write more legibly. Ever since, I’ve developed a knack for pretty writing, calligraphy, and design, realizing that taking a little extra time and patience really does go a long way. If you need someone to give you a helping hand and turn your wedding stationery into works of art, we’re here to help! We’ve located the top twelve wedding calligraphy ideas by handmade artisans who are skilled in the craft and ready to create a personalized suite for your big day. Read on to be inspired…
Posted August 15, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 4 Comments
Good morning + Happy Wednesday! We hope you grabbed a gigantic cup of coffee today (or tea) because we have quite the read for you today! This is one of those posts that inspired me (more than usual) while writing it, so I sincerely hope it does the same for you. (Be sure to pin it for re-reading later!) First things first… if you’re planning a wedding reception with assigned tables, you’ll need an escort card display. Escort cards inform your guests where they’ll be seated… so, rather than roam around from table to table to find their name, they’ll easily grab their card, a drink, and have time to mingle before sitting down for dinner. Escort cards may have been a bit basic in the past, but thanks to handmade artisans (+ photographers to capture their work!) escort cards are in a decor class all their own! Today, we are sharing twenty-five of the best escort card ideas to save you time, energy, and give you a much-needed jolt of inspiration to kick start your day. And, whether you’re planning a rustic, vintage, nautical, or otherwise themed wedding, we’ve got you covered. So, if you’re ready to be inspired… let’s begin! (*Note: to purchase or see details on any items below, click on the link below the photo)
25 Best Escort Card Ideas for Weddings
1. Carnation Escort Card Display
Carnations were once a filler flower, but not any more! Score a lush setting for your escort cards (+ save a little money) with carnations, bunched together in a pretty hue like so…
Posted May 7, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Looking for an easy way to add a punch of color + handmade wedding flair to your reception? Just add paper flower place cards! These brilliant faux blooms by Noemi of Imeon Design resemble dahlias in full bloom in poppy pink, blue, aqua, and red. To turn a paper flower into an instant place card, just add the optional pin and a name flag. Or, if you love the blooms as-is, use as embellishment: greet guests with a paper flower on each plate, place a handful of blooms along a table runner as a chic centerpiece, or attach ribbon and use as napkin rings. Read on to see more…
Posted February 2, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 7 Comments
It seems the simple wedding details seem to make the largest impact. When we spotted this adorable heart-shaped diy burlap placecard via Style Me Pretty (photographed by Tanja Lippert Photography), we thought it would be a fun weekend DIY for you to craft with your lovely bridesmaids. Read on to find out how you can craft this DIY burlap placecard for your rustic wedding using just a few simple supplies.
Posted January 21, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Happy Weekend! Today, we’re bringing you a brilliant new twist on the place card: a pie place card with a monogram! Now guests can find their seats and enjoy a piece of pie before dinner begins. We spotted this edible place card idea via Pinterest from Glitter Weddings. The original post is by You Are My Fave, which shows you a full baking step-by-step to bake it at home!
Posted September 7, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 8 Comments
Cigar aficionados: we have the place card idea for you! This cigar place card is one of our favorite little details from Maria & Nick’s drop-dead gorgeous wedding day (captured by Tyler Branch Photo). While it isn’t exactly a place “card” per se, the idea is to incorporate a quality hand-selected cigar at each gentleman’s place setting. If your budget is limited, include only the groomsmen, fathers of the bride and groom, and grandfathers. It is a nice gesture the leading men in your fiancee’s life can enjoy over a bonding moment or two. We also love the stripes, the ‘master’ and ‘lady’ signage, and the sprig of lavender. Delightful! Spotted via Pinterest.
-THE EB TEAM
Posted April 29, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
Good morning, lovelies! Happy Friday + “Royal Wedding Day” to you. Did you stay up or set your alarm to watch the wedding as it unfolded? I (Emma here!) stayed up to watch the nuptials, and I’m excited to share a few of my personal favorite highlights with you. Of course… I loved watching Prince Harry and Prince William waving as they made their way through the processional to Westminster Abbey, the quick glimpse of Catherine as she was driven with her father to the ceremony, and the huge beaming smile she gives as her sister straightens out her train and she prepares to walk down the aisle. However, my absolute favorite part was