Today we have an Ask Emmaline question regarding your return address on invitations. Bride-to-be, Courtney, writes: “Dear Emmaline, I’m interested in using a return address stamp to save time on addressing invitations. However, I’m not sure what to use for the return address. Any advice?” Great question, Courtney! Find out the answer after the jump PLUS enter for a chance to win a return address stamp by Citrus Press!
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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…
Hello, hello! It’s Monday and we’re thrilled to kick off a brand new week of handmade wedding loveliness! We hope you had an amazing – albeit ridiculously hot – weekend. :) To kick start your week with a little handmade wedding inspiration, we’ve rounded up five of our favorite new finds to share with you including a gorgeous hair crown (as a veil alternative or reception accessory swap), beautiful hand-drawn wedding invitations in a pink and grey palette, a chic new addition to the top knot, and more. So, without further adieu… grab the biggest cup of coffee (or tea) you can find (my coffee is ginormous) and get ready to be inspired! Enjoy!
Happy Friday morning! Grab a cup of coffee because we’re about to kick your creativity’s you-know-what into ultra-high gear. If you’ve ever considered crafting a DIY wedding invitation, this post may nudge you in the right direction. Today, we’re sharing an incredible wedding invite (handmade by the bride!) with beautiful photographs captured by the always lovely Michelle Gardella Photography. When Michelle received Esther’s DIY wedding invitation in the mail, she was blown away. Not only did this crafty bride-to-be find time to handcraft this invitation, but she did it with utmost creativity and style! (Her fiance, Ho Kai, also helped. What a great groom!) Read on to see this oh-so-sweet invite and find out how to craft yours!
This polaroid wedding invitation packs a pretty little punch! Yesterday, we shared a few reasons why handmade wedding invitations rock in yesterdays post and this adorable wedding invitation will definitely make a great first impression on your guests! It is created to look like a polaroid and includes a sweet little photo on top. We love the whimsical “open” sticker on the top. This invitation suite is handmade with love by the talented duo at Ello There and photographed by the lovely Jaquilyn Shumate.
Email allows anyone to connect instantly, but nothing can compare to the sweet sentiment of a handwritten note or heartfelt letter from a loved one. That’s why we love air mail wedding ideas from invitations to save the dates, favors, stationery, and everything in-between. There is something sweetly simple about a handwritten note or tag, particularly around the holidays. Today, we’re sharing 18 air mail wedding ideas you will love, beginning with an invitation by Jack and Jill Wedding which ties in the air mail idea beautifully, with a postcard reply for guests to send back with love. Enjoy!