Looking for a fun way to personalize your bar? Wedding beer labels will do the trick! We love these custom beer labels for wedding receptions from LabelsRUs. Check out the designs we spotted in the shop, all totally personalized for your event. These beer labels would work perfectly as favors or placed in your wedding welcome bags, too! Enjoy!
Spotted: a clear wedding sign that looks like glass but is made of durable acrylic! Take a look at today’s handmade-a-day find that is sure to make a statement on your big day. We’re filing this under a brand new category — wedding decorations! — so you can get all the inspo you need for decor at your fingertips. Just follow along here! We’ll be posting new wedding decorations every week, so stay tuned (or subscribe to stay in the loop). Now, on to the sign!
Today we’re talking about cheap wedding favors! If you’re looking for affordable favors your wedding guests will really love, they’re here! We have hand-picked one-hundred beautiful, easy-to-DIY and budget friendly wedding favors for your big day. These affordable wedding favors aren’t just inexpensive — they’re totally awesome.
In this post, we have mason jars, wine glasses, pencils, candles, planters, vases, seed favors, whisks, measuring cups, tea, coffee, and so much more. This is the ultimate list of cheap wedding favors for couples across the globe! Most of these favors are under $2, some even as low as under $1, while a few others are under the $3-$4 mark. Depending on how many you buy, you can save even more. Pin it, bookmark it, share it — you’ll want to refer to this list when buying your wedding favors.
Tell us: which favors are your favorite? We’d love to hear from you!
Today we’re talking about wedding bouquet alternatives with the latest Ask Emmaline question: “what to carry down the aisle instead of flowers“? Bride-to-be, Beth, wrote us last week with this question for her upcoming summer wedding. She wants to know if there are any bouquet alternatives she can use instead of traditional bouquets, and if so, what is acceptable for bridesmaids to carry, too. She asks,
“Hi Emmaline! I’m getting married in July… an outdoor wedding in humid southern heat. I don’t want to carry a bouquet down the aisle because it is one more thing to worry about (wilting and keeping it cool enough). What can I carry down the aisle instead of flowers? I know silk flowers are an option but I want something fun and different. Do you have any wedding bouquet alternatives I can try? Thanks.”