Posted June 9, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Hello, loves! Emma here and, wow, this weekend was awesome. It was sunny, relaxing, and A + I had so much fun hanging with little man (#BabyAndrew). He’s smiling so much and making all kinds of cute facial expressions! Ah, but I digress. We’re excited to kick off a brand new week of wedding inspiration with you, starting with invitations — the first place you’ll set the theme for your wedding. And, once you pick the perfect wedding theme, the rest of the details will fall right into place. These unique wedding invites — spotted over at WildHeart Paper — are designed for a particular theme, including modern, nautical, rustic, shabby chic, and classic, just to name a few. We’ve hand-picked our favorite invitations from WildHeart Paper below and we’re pleased to announce they are the newest Featured Artisan at Emmaline Bride in The Marketplace! Be sure to stop by + say hello in their shop! Begin browsing the invitations below…
Unique Wedding Invites
1. Rustic Kraft Wedding Invitations
Posted May 7, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 18 Comments
Are you planning a shabby chic wedding? Then you won’t want to miss these gorgeous shabby chic wedding garters spotted over at Etta August! These soft, ultra-feminine shades, silk detail, and rosettes are ideal for your shabby chic or vintage inspired wedding. Since you can pick from a variety of colors, there’s bound to be one for every bride. However, if you don’t find one you’re head-over-heels for, you can have one custom-made just for you (one of the many reasons why we love handmade!). Read on to see which wedding garters we hand-picked for this feature and enter for a chance to win one of your own!
Shabby Chic Wedding Garters
1. The Emma
Up first, we have the ‘Emma’. I promise I didn’t pick it to be at the top because of its name (well, okay, half-promise). I love this color… and the rhinestone detail is the perfect touch.
Posted April 22, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 8 Comments
Hi, loves! Oh, how we’re crazy over handmade wedding finds at Emmaline Bride… especially hair accessories. Yesterday we talked about wedding veil alternative ideas we knew you’d love and we had to omit one of our favorites: hair combs. That’s because today we’re sharing an exclusive vintage inspired hair comb giveaway for one lucky reader by Jewelsalem! We’ve hand-picked a few of our favorites to show you, but we want to know which one you love most… read on for the full scoop!
Vintage Inspired Hair Combs
These handmade wedding hair combs are crafted with care and are customized in your choice of colors. A hair comb makes a great gift for the bride, her MOH, or flower girl. You can wear a hair comb as a chic wedding veil alternative (or remove your veil and wear the hair comb for your reception).
Posted January 7, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 28 Comments
Brides: are you planning / considering / dreaming of a shabby chic wedding? You’ve come to the right place! We’ll show you how to plan a shabby chic inspired linen and lace wedding using handmade accessories. Whether you need a stunning lace gown, a linen handkerchief for the groom, a linen flower girl dress and basket, ring pillow, or backdrop decor for your reception, you’ll find it all right here. A linen and lace wedding falls under the wedding theme of ‘shabby chic’. We recommend using linen and lace wedding accents with other shabby chic details (see the DIY shabby chic photo display, shabby chic wedding, and 5 shabby chic wedding ideas for inspiration). And, since linen and lace are neturals, don’t be afraid to add in pops of color throughout your decor to keep things fresh + exciting. Ready to get started? Read on to find out more… and, while you’re at it, try to guess which one of these items is up for grabs in our newest wedding giveaway!
Linen and Lace Wedding
The easiest way to tie lace into your wedding ensemble is with the gown, of course! This lace wedding dress (spotted at Grace Loves Lace) is one of my favorites. The lace veil, lacy wedding necklace (for yourself or your bridesmaids!), lace embellished heels, a garter, linen and lace wedding hair flower, and a coordinating clutch purse make lovely accents for this theme.
Posted December 12, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 19 Comments
Brides: whether you’re still deciding on the perfect wedding theme or it’s already picked, you won’t want to miss this post. We had a huge response to the clutches in yesterday’s art deco wedding post, so we decided to expand the offering to wedding clutches by theme… over fifty wedding clutches in eight wedding themes, to be exact! You’ll find wedding clutches by theme for your nautical, boho, beach, shabby chic, rustic, modern, art deco, or classic wedding. Plus, we’ve teamed up with Oatmeal Lace to offer a gorgeous wedding clutch to one lucky reader. Which one is it? Read on to find out!
Posted December 11, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 6 Comments
We love the burlap ring pillow collection at Duryea Place Designs. Have you seen it yet? If not, you’re in for a real treat today: we’re sharing a few of our favorites AND we’re giving one away! Whether you’re planning a rustic wedding, vintage, shabby chic, or countless other wedding themes, this ring pillow is the finishing touch to your ceremony decor. Read on to begin…
Burlap Ring Pillow Collection
1. Pink English Rose
This pink and lace ring bearer pillow is one of my favorites from the collection. I love English roses, and this one features a big bloom in pink right on the front. The touch of lace is beautiful, too.
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 May 8, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
This South Carolina plantation wedding was a beautiful event you’re sure to love. The breathtaking bride, Lauren, and her dashingly handsome husband, Shelton, were married this past March on the grounds of the Litchfield Plantation. The plantation’s majestic landscape was the perfect fit for Lauren and Shelton’s southern rustic wedding. This South Carolina wedding is rich in details, passion, and story. This plantation wedding was photographed by Feuza and Mary from Feuza Reis Studios. Find out what the couple has to say and fall in love with the stunning photos after the click…
Posted April 16, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
Brides: are you planning a themed wedding? Are you looking for a bouquet that ties into your theme beautifully? Have you wondered what accents are essential for a shabby chic, vintage, cottage chic, rustic, or woodland wedding theme? You’ve come to the right place! Today we’re sharing five themed wedding bouquets with decorative accents for five different wedding themes. Each of these handmade wedding bouquets by Smoky Mountain Woodcrafts are made with dried flowers… which means your bouquet will look and smell amazing AND last forever. No throw-aways here! Read on to find out more about themed wedding bouquets and what to look for while planning. Enjoy!
Themed Wedding Bouquets
Themed Wedding Bouquets – #1: Shabby Chic
If you’re planning a shabby chic wedding, be on the lookout for peach roses, coral and light pink tea roses, chartreuse teardrop eucalyptus, fern, grabia, and accents like lace doilies and jute twine. This shabby chic wedding bouquet has it all, including a jute twine-wrapped handle and a peach and coral bow. Perfection.
Posted April 2, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
Looking for a little country wedding inspiration? Then you’ll love Brandi and Kenny’s vintage country wedding! Their wedding location at Armstrong Farms in Saxonburg, PA was the perfect place to fit that country theme. Find out what the bride has to say and see the photos from Rodger Obley Photography after the click…