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Pretty lovely idea for wedding favours.
Such a lovely idea for a wedding guestbook!
So this is the idea I am using for the flowers at the wedding. Of course I’ll be using our colors (rusted gold, olive, and beige/champagne). A night of wine drinking and crafting is in order, Rachel and I have to make 40 of these for the tables. It should be fun!
The tutorial is from rocknrollbride.com, the website Kat (our photographer) is going to submit our wedding to. Very excited! Everything is falling into place.
edit: it was actually only showing a small strip, so I changed to this one. click through for the full sequence!
These pictures have been circulating all over the ‘net for a couple months already, but I was trying to find the best way to display them here, as I wanted to show as much of it as possible. Who Killed Bambi “glued” them together, so now you get to see the whole sequence. Yay!
This has to be the best engagement session ever!
HER DRESS. This has to be the most amazing wedding dress I’ve ever seen in my entire life. The pictures are from an engagement shoot turned inspiration session and feature lots of lovely details. Be sure to click through to check them all out.
flattened spoons become original placeholders.
Fun Favor Boxes | Bijou Bride
These cute boxes remind me of hershey’s kisses! Perfect for a wedding favor. Only draw back - I can see cutting out the boxes would drive you nuts, so if you were to try this for more than… fifty people, I would suggest starting early and spacing it out over a few nights/weeks!
crafts leftovers’ kristin roach explains how she made her own wedding invitations and shares a few tips on the matter.
jenny haas suggestion is that you make a bunch of these cute little embroidery hoops and have your bridesmaids carry them down the aisle, but i reckon this would look lovely as wall décor.
and if one can find a really tiny hoop, it’d look great as a necklace, right?
adorable idea for your save the dates, provided that you, as they say below, hand deliver them.
How cute is this! Since they would have to be hand delivered you would need 5” Helium balloons because they hold the air longer. Aren’t they creative & cute!
i’ve seen umbrellas used in outdoor wedding settings (floating over the dancefloor!), but this one also turned out quite cute.
there are so many wonderful pieces on this wedding that it was hard to choose one to blog about. i chose this crazy one because it’s colourful and bright, exactly the sort of thing i’d like to have on my own wedding. but, please, visit the post on style me pretty by clicking below and check some other super nice details, like the beautiful paper flowers!