I decided that I wanted my candy buffet to match our color scheme, but was having trouble finding turquoise candy that wasn’t crazy expensive. The only things I found were jelly beans ($60+ for a 5lb bag) and custom colored M&Ms ($57 for a 5lb bag).
Just to test it out, here’s some pics of the pomander process. I completed 5 yesterday, hope to finish the other 5 today. Yay!! I forgot to mention, I am using the new WordPress for iPhone update and boy am I excited, it’s AWESOME!! Not only can
From The Knot, via Marie Eve Um… this bouquet inspiration, yes please. Daffodils were always the plan but I am pretty much in love with the daffodil/ranunculus pairing. I’m meeting with Tara tomorrow to discuss flower plans. This has made me actually excited to talk about
If you’re on the hunt for wedding favor packaging, you will FLIP over the options available from one of my favorite online resources, Paper Mart. This site has tons of party supplies, craft supplies, favor boxes and bags, wedding supplies, ribbon, doilies, you name it —
I’ve been a tissue paper flower-making machine lately- hard at work making my Tissue Paper Pomanders for the ceremony and reception decor. With help from my MOH and sister, and even my fiancé! I’ve successfully completed one pomander, and enough flowers for 2 or 3 more.
I stumbled across this blog today via the ever-fab Inspired Goodness and boy, was I ever enamored! Look at how lovely and sweet these little heart pins are… I’m thinking wedding favors! So adorable! And the pics are just so pretty. I mean, the non-matchy colors
Julianne Smith contacted me a while back and offered to send me one of her beautiful garters to wear on my wedding day. I was so excited! She makes absolutely fabulous products that have been recognized by BRIDES.com and featured many of your favorite wedding blogs.
While I was perusing Bluefly the other day I noticed they now have a ‘Weddings’ section- or maybe I’ve just missed it in the past. Either way, I found some pretty designer dresses on the cheap that would work with my color scheme… Bridesmaids… are you paying
Photos by Jonathan Canlas I’ve seen a few weddings lately where the bridesmaids have worn patterned bridesmaid dresses and I have to say, I am a fan. It’s non-traditional and I am digging it. Loved these photos by the ab-fab Jonathan Canlas. I didn’t think there
I hadn’t really given alot of thought to what I wanted my wedding cake to look like. Whenever I browse my many subscriptions in my Google Reader, I always grab photos of things I like and put them into separate files in my ‘wedding inspiration’ folder
There’s something about eyelet that just seems so sweet and romantic to me! Here’s some pretty eyelet dresses I found around the interwebs… Some of these dresses are muy expensive, but others are pretty reasonable. Did I mention I love eyelet? From top l to bottom
Any of these affordable gowns from Nordstom would make a stunning wedding gown that could easily be worn again (what do you mean you weren’t invited to Diddy’s ”White Party?”) haha. But seriously- I just don’t see the point in spending so much money on a dress you’ll never
American Gothic by Grant Wood from 1930 I don’t know what it is about American Gothic that I love so much… perhaps it’s that we studied it in-depth in my American Art History class (which was, by far, my favorite non-creative class I took in college, BTdub.) It