It’s time for today’s handmade-a-day pick! We’ve selected this wooden shabby chic ring box from Maija’s Wedding Bliss as today’s find. It is perfect for a rustic or shabby chic themed wedding and makes a cute jewelry box for after the big day. Find out more here.
shabby chic Archive
This round-up of best wedding invitations for 2016 is being shared again today! We are working on our new 2017 feature and it will be showcased soon. In the meantime, don’t miss the best invitations that made our list this year. They’re amazing. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss the next post!
Hi, loves! Emma here. Wedding invitations are one of *the* toughest decisions to make for your wedding. After all, you only get to pick one and it needs to convey the theme and tone of your wedding — all in one printed card. And you want yours to stand out from all others. So, where the heck are you supposed to start looking? That’s where we come in! Whether you were planning to order your invitations a week ago (oops) or you’re just getting your feet wet with wedding theme ideas and colors, you’ll find it all right here. We’ve rounded up the best wedding invitations to inspire your big day including modern, vintage, beach, barn, woodland, and more. There are even more trends and colors, but this list is designed for unique wedding themes. To be honest, this list was supposed to stop at fifty, but I couldn’t help myself, hence the fifty-“plus”. Just wait until you see them all…
One of our favorite rustic wedding details is the use of re-purposed doors as ceremony backdrops or decor. The more weathered they are, the better! To prove that ceremony backdrops are a beautiful DIY idea, we’ve rounded up fourteen of our favorite examples. Some of these are ceremony backdrops, while others are aisle-way doors designed for the bride to make a true grand entrance — even outdoors! Get ready to break out the hammer + nails: you’re going to be on the lookout for castaway doors to re-purpose after this post! I know I am, if even just for a patio backdrop. ;) Enjoy!
We’re sharing fifty of the best burlap wedding ideas with you today! Don’t forget to subscribe for the latest straight to your inbox.
Hi, loves! Happy Monday! We’re kicking off this brand new week with two things: a round up of burlap wedding ideas AND a new giveaway! But first… if you think burlap is going out of style anytime soon, think again! Burlap is the go-to for themed weddings including shabby chic, rustic, and barn weddings. To inspire your wedding decor, we’re sharing these fifty burlap wedding ideas. We’ve found cute burlap bridesmaid clutches, a burlap aisle runner, burlap chair bows, cake toppers, burlap bouquets, a boutonniere, and more. Check out all of the unique finds below. Plus, we’ve teamed up with BurlapFabric.com — a terrific resource for burlap wedding ideas and supplies — to offer a $50 gift card to one lucky reader. Enjoy!
It’s time for another color board to help you choose your wedding palette! Today we’re focusing on peach and mint, two of our favorite pairings for a spring or summer wedding. These soft muted colors go with floral, bohemian, rustic, or shabby chic wedding themes extremely well. Take a look at thirty of our handpicked finds to inspire you with this beautiful palette!
Jen and David’s wedding was celebrated at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester, Michigan. Their wedding has a very elegant feeling with a shabby chic theme. It’s beautiful! Not only was it beautiful, but it was full of warm embraces by one happy couple and lots of fun. Personal details that you’re sure to love include the gorgeous flowers, bride’s heels, the groom’s socks, a handmade sign by one of our artists, and that amazing photo of Jen and David under the umbrella in the rain. If your interest is piqued now, wait until you see the photos by the team from The Camera Chick. You’ll be blown away…
We have an inspiring wedding to share with you today complete with a shabby chic theme, blush pink color palette, whimsical entertainment for guests, and handmade details you’ll want to steal for your own wedding! This beautiful day, captured by Shutterfreek, took place at a private location on the Animas River in Farmington, New Mexico. Morgan & Brycen didn’t miss a thing when it came to delighting and entertaining their guests. They included a breathtaking ceremony along a river, handmade signage, floral arch, guest book Jenga pieces, gorgeous floral arrangements, a romantically lit tented reception under the stars, music, dancing, yard games, and a sparkler send off. Our favorite detail is the different “bars” they set up everywhere for guests including a custom dessert bar, lemonade bar, and ice cream bar. Gather ideas for your own wedding with these inspiring details…
Happy Friday! We’re kicking off this beautiful day with a something blue idea you’re sure to love: a ring box! This petite ring box has lace embellishment and sweet “I Do” wording inside. By Bella Bride Creations.
Something Blue Ring Box
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
2. Modern Bold Wedding Invitations
Planning a modern bold wedding? These invites are glamorous and available in custom colors.
3. Nautical Wedding Invitations
Ahoy! Set sail with these nautical wedding invites.
4. Shabby Chic Wedding Invitations
I adore these shabby chic invites with yellow flourishes and pretty typography.
5. Classic Wedding Invitations
Black and white stripes are always in, especially for a classic / traditional wedding.
We also spotted these chalkboard wedding invitations totally worth mentioning:
To see more invitations including those shown here, visit WildHeart Paper.
We’re bringing forth more inspiration in a bit! Grab another cup of coffee + stay tuned :)
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