Posted January 21, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 165 Comments
Hi, loves! If you’ve been reading Emmaline Bride for awhile now, you’re probably more than aware of the amazing wedding giveaways going on all the time. (If not, familiarize yourself here!) We’re kicking off this beautiful Tuesday afternoon with a huge, oh-so-awesome rustic wedding prize pack that you’re sure to love. We’re giving away a ‘Just Married’ banner, birch bark flower girl basket, sola boutonniere, two painted mason jars, a ring box, and a gorgeous sola bouquet for the bride! Want in? Sure you do – read on to find out the full scoop!
Posted January 15, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Today we’re featuring this rustically inspired wedding shoot photographed by Jana Marie Photography. This inspirational wedding shoot mixes rustic with metallic in a wintery setting. The styling incorporates colors of lime green and soft blues, along with silver to make a contemporary look. The photographer Jana worked with some of Kansas City’s best wedding professionals to pull off the lovely images you’ll see after the click…
Posted September 25, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
QUESTION. What do you get for your cheerful sidekicks – aka your bridesmaids – as a token of appreciation? A beautiful gift, of course! Jewelry is one of the most popular bridesmaid gift ideas because it can be worn for years to come. To inspire your rustic wedding, we’ve rounded up five of our favorites from Kristin Coffin Jewelry. These pieces are nature-inspired and include just the right amount of glam to be rustically elegant. Plus, unlike other bridesmaid gifts, these are ideal for everyday wear. Read on to find out which five made the list…
Rustic Bridesmaid Jewelry
1. Diamond Pebble Pendant
Posted March 28, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
This rustic fall wedding looked like a blast! Jonathan and Shelby’s rustic fall wedding in Saint Charles, Missouri is teeming with hand-selected decor. Shelby and her mother spent months collecting vintage bottles, birdhouses, and details. With rich fall colors abound, The Conservatory was the perfect place for their wedding ceremony. The location features a beautiful tropical glass garden house surrounded with lush greenery and romantic ambiance. Jonathan and Shelby’s reception followed at The Grand Opera House. The location is a reinvigorated historic building with high ceilings and nostalgic atmosphere. The photography team of Matt + Kathy from Mathy Shoots People did a terrific job capturing their wedding and all of it’s rustic details! See the photos and read more…
Posted March 22, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 14 Comments
Do you dream of a wedding in the woods, exchanging vows underneath trees and enjoying a reception off the beaten path? Today’s woodland wedding inspiration post is for you! A wedding in the woods is a romantic venue; nature is beauty in itself and makes a perfect backdrop for exchanging vows. And, your friend Mother Nature will take care of most of the decorating herself, which means all you have to do is add a few unique touches to make the space your own! It requires a bit more in terms of setup for catering and seating, but we think the result is well worth the extra work. Read on to find out how to plan a chic wedding in the woods with hand-picked inspiration including handmade wedding items & Real Wedding examples from real couples like you! Enjoy!
Does it get more beautiful than this?
Posted March 9, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Are you decorating an outdoor space for your wedding and hoping to score something unique? We found it! These vintage wallpaper chandeliers handmade by Flora Bond are perfect for rustic, vintage, and handmade weddings. Who knew wallpaper could be cute? I can imagine these draped from trees, tents, arches, and more! And, we predict these wallpaper chandeliers will be all the rage this summer season. Read on to find out more about this unique outdoor décor idea…
Posted March 8, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
The sun is shining, it’s getting warmer outside and the birds have returned from their long winter vacation. It’s official: Spring is nearly here! In a few short weeks, we’ll trade in winter coats for light spring jackets, swap winter boots for rain boots, and spend time splashing in puddles instead of scraping windshields free of snow and ice. Today, we’re welcoming the upcoming season with ten brilliant hand-picked bird wedding ideas. A bird wedding theme is a fun, versatile idea for spring or summer weddings because it can incorporate nearly any style whether you’re planning a shabby chic event, a modern soiree, or a rustic wedding. Love shabby chic birds? Tie in vintage porcelain bird decor and shabby bird cages throughout your decor. Planning an eco-friendly wedding? Tie in bird seed favors wrapped up for guests. Can’t get enough “Angry Birds”? Scroll down to the bottom of the page to see a fun idea to tie in your love for knocking over those annoying green pigs. ;) Enjoy!
Posted March 1, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
If you are looking for a guest book alternative to inspire, entertain, and delight your guests (and become a lasting keepsake after your wedding), you’ve come to the right place! Today, we’re sharing a unique guest book alternative – a guest book box – brimming with rustic handmade wedding charm you’ll love. We’ll also share why this is a brilliant guest book alternative and show you how to use a guest book box for your wedding. Read on for more…
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 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 17, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
There’s something sweet + simple about a bird themed wedding. Whether you love nature, are itching for a little spring wedding inspiration, or are a fan of sweet little love birds, a bird themed wedding may be the perfect theme for your wedding or bridal shower. Today, we’re sharing some of our favorite handmade wedding items to inspire you with love bird themes and subtle nature-inspired finds. There are a TON of items here, so grab a huge cup of coffee and enjoy!
Kick off your bird themed wedding by following through on each aspect of the planning process, including your engagement shoot. We love these bird themed wedding photo props, such as this love bird banner by Little Retreats:
Posted December 16, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Good morning, lovelies! Today, we’re kicking off this beautiful Friday with the ultimate keepsake card box. We call it that because not only does it function as a beautiful card box for your wedding, but it becomes an actual keepsake card box you’ll want to reuse in your home. Instead of paper, cardboard, paper mache, or other material that can break down over time, Go Rustic has brilliantly designed this wooden keepsake card box that reminds us of a treasured chest. This wood chest card box features decorative hardware and a padlock (for safe keeping of your treasured cards) and this one in particular features a dark stain in ‘walnut’. We love the heart tag customized with the couple’s first names and the wedding date. Find out more after the jump!
Posted July 25, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
Good morning + Happy Monday! We hope your weekend was filled with relaxation, plenty of sunshine + a pool to cool off in for a bit. :) We’re kicking off the week with these whimsical rustic burlap letters. There are few things I love more (in the decor world) than a detail that goes from event to love nest in no time flat. Add a personal touch to your wedding decor with the bride’s first initial, groom’s first initial, and initial of your new last name. Proudly display on your cake table, escort card table, or head table and place in your home after the wedding day! It would look lovely as wall decor, don’t you think? Letters measure 8″ high and 1″ wide and are made of a lightweight paper mache wrapped in burlap. You can customize yours with lace, mulberry paper flowers or handmade silk flowers to complement your color palette.
Posted July 19, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Good morning! Happy Tuesday to you. :) Whether you’re planning a romantic wedding on the beach or you’re searching for a splash of vintage flair for your home, you’ll love this beach wedding ring pillow. This ring “pillow” features old books covered in moss to appear as though it was recovered from a shipwreck. Rings can be secured atop the books with twine, attached. Pink rosettes finish this piece perfectly and the entire pillow can be used as decor in your love nest after the wedding.
Posted July 18, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
We love to find unique, multi-functional finds for both wedding day and ever after. How many brides can say they were able to reuse their rustic wedding centerpieces in their love nest after the big day? That’s why we love these log bowls by Loyal Loot Collective. They are handmade and offer the rustic look of trees in their natural state – but with a twist. Each bowl is made from reclaimed trees and contains a high-floss finish in a variety of colors. We think they will complement your rustic wedding beautifully.
Posted May 26, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Looking for a charming ring pillow alternative? We found it! This nest ring pillow stack spotted via The Dainty Woods is a beautifully rustic, whimsical alternative to a traditional satin and lace ring bearer pillow. Each pillow stack features two vintage books wrapped in ribbon + lace (for a pretty detail) or jute (to add additional rustic charm) with a moss-filled nest on top. Your wedding rings can be tied inside to or placed inside the nest for a secure fit. We love these pillow alternatives: so unique! Also, did we mention they are handmade? It’s true. Check out our favorites below…as a rustic + whimsical alternative to traditional satin and lace. Each ring pillow alternative features two books wrapped in ribbon + lace (such a pretty detail) or jute with a moss-filled nest placed on top. Rings can be tied or placed inside the nest for a secure fit.