Hi, Brides! Emma here. Here’s a fun fact you might not know about me: I am obsessed with paper goods. And, you already know I love all things wedding, so any wedding-related stationery is a winning combination in my book. I especially dig the unconventional finds: the uniquely shaped wedding invitations, the wood save the dates, and gold foil inspired ideas, just to name a few. So, when I spotted these insanely gorgeous wedding invites with custom shapes over at Zazzle, I had to share them with you. Here are five of my favorites, along with a special gift card giveaway ($25) to spend on anything your little heart desires at Zazzle.com. Enjoy!
The bracket shaped invitation is my favorite non-traditional design. It adds elegance to an otherwise deep woods rustic style design.
Hello, loves! Happy Friday! If you are planning DIY wedding projects for your big day, there are a few secrets to help it go off without a hitch. Today, we’ve compiled five of our favorite DIY weddings secrets that every bride should know to save you a headache down the road. DIY wedding projects can be fun, but they can also be overwhelming, too. And, since holiday break may be an excellent time to get crafting, we are also sharing some of our favorite DIY wedding kits to inspire you. Reveal what you need to know after the jump!
Love round tables without the draped tablecloth look? Skip the traditional tablecloth and create your own scalloped version instead! This decorative DIY round tablecloth spotted at Martha Stewart can tie in your palette perfectly. A pretty shade of fabric (we love the yellow shown below), a pair of scalloped scissors, a free template, and a little elbow grease is all it takes to create this unique table topper.
Are you newly engaged and wondering how to select the perfect wedding dress? Today, we’re kicking off the first in our new series, The Ultimate Gown Guide, with how to select a sweetheart wedding dress! If you are wondering what is a sweetheart wedding dress, you’ve come to the right place… or, if you are already neckline-savvy and familiar with the sweetheart style, you’ll still love the inspiration we have in store. Read on about how to select a sweetheart wedding dress, find out why a sweetheart wedding dress may be the most flattering fit for you, and see an assortment of our favorite sweetheart wedding dresses!
We featured Tessa Kim’s 2011 Collection a few weeks back, but we felt this vintage bridal hat (‘Marjorie’) deserved a post all its own. This lovely statement piece is perfect for your wedding day or a vintage wedding shoot. It is handmade with a hand-cut cotton voile flower, a pearl stamens center, scalloped lace, a large ostrich plume, vintage millinery flowers, pearls, vintage velvet leaves, and shell lace. It measures 10″x8″ and has an alligator clip for no-fuss, no-muss style. Available in ivory or cream to complement your gown perfectly.
This vintage compact via Meadowbelle Market is a unique find made by Kigu of London. It is likely from the 1950’s, which is when similar floral designs were popular. When I spotted this beauty, I immediately thought about how amazing this piece would be as a bridesmaid gift. It’s re-purposed, whimsical, and each one is unique – just like your bridesmaids! And, every girl loves a pocket mirror.