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Pretty Pretty bridesmaids

6 Feb

A great suggestion for those looking for bridemaids gifts, head over to OC Styles shop for super cute clutches and manicure kits that your ladies will love. I love the prints and the detail accents that are on each bag, not to mention the price is very reasonable for a great clutch!!

 

Etsy: OC Styles and Creations

 

Etsy: OC Styles and Creations

 

Etsy: OC Styles and Creations

 

Bridal 5 pack for all the ladies

 
 These manicure kits are great for shower hostess gifts too!!
 

Etsy: OC Styles and Creations

 

the interior or the kit

Will you be my Bridesmaid?

27 Jan

Looking for a way to ask those special ladies in your life if they will be your bridesmaid? Check out these personalized handkerchiefs from Etsy Vendor BenignObjects . Classic and timeless, a hanky is a great keepsake to give your favorite friends as they get ready to embark on a fun and crazy ride up til your wedding day!!

Credit: Etsy BenignObjects

 

Credit: BenignObjects

 

 

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Send me a Post Card!

26 Jan

Post Cards area great theme idea to use when trying to decide a cohesive factor that will tie all parts of the wedding together. There are many different options to use without being to overbearing and lets face it- Who doesn’t love getting postcards in the mail?? For starters incorporate postcards into your Save the Dates or Invitations. I love these custom created invitations by Jeremy and Kathleen that were showcased on my favorite blog United with Love.

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I also love this option from Hello Lucky 

HeartLand Invitation

 
Then once guests have arrived at the reception there are lots of options for keeping this great them rolling! Instead of the traditional tented ecru escort cards, try these fabulous Post Card inspired options from etsy seller Pascomt

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 I like these cards from GreenAcres Cottage on Etsy- they come in packs of 50 or 100 and can be calligraphed to be used as escort or place cards.

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Or if you are a DIY project kind of bride, hunt down interesting vintage postcards and string them up at the reception for guests to take and find their seat. They will have a great vintage keepsake, and you will have a wonderful photo op!

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If you want to take the next step, pull together post cards of your favorite travel locations or places you and your hunny have been on vacation. Frame them and put them out on tables instead of table numbers for your guests to find their seats.

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For a great guest book option, ask guests to write notes of well wishes, advice, or best memories on post cards that you have ordered or collected from your favorite places. Have the cards pre addressed and stamped before the wedding so that your Maid of Honor or special family member can stick them in the mail once you leave for your honeymoon. When you get home there will be a mailbox full of love waiting for you to read!!

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The key to making this theme really pop is to put thought into the details surrounding the cards. A great set of props on the guest book table, like trunks, suitcases, or a decorative mailbox will intrigue guests and make the table more appealing. Dont just slap some post cards down on a 6 foot table- Dress it up with fun props!!

 

 

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Say Goodbye in Style

23 Jan

Out with the smokey sparklers and in with fun new ways to say “Au Revoir” to your guests!! I love little flags that you can hand out to your guests when they leave the church or reception. You can DIY with an easy template personalized to your wedding theme or buy from a great Etsy Designer like these from Pertyfultings

Etsy Pertyfultings

 Here are some other options to help get the ideas rolling on how to incorporate your own style into your goodbye! 

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