Thursday, June 30, 2011
would be cute for the one Tommy and I cut if it is stacked blue and white
via betty crocker
Monday, June 27, 2011
This is fun and beachy. :) via Glamour and Grace
straws from etsy
via Marry You Me
Love this as a bridesmaid dress :) Beautiful!
via Glamour and Grace
Love the diagonal stripes.
I love that blue necklace for the bridesmaids or me. And the grayish smokey one too! :) via Glamour and Grace
Totally wish I could pull of the red lips like her! via Glamour and Grace
Photo by Meg Ruth Photography | Via Ruffled
This would also be a great way to do escort cards too! Put the person’s name on the outside of the envelope, and on the inside have the table number! Not as much of a keepsake, BUT, you could even have it do double-duty and once your guests take their escort cards out of the envelope, they replace it with a note. A little involved, but hey, anything is possible with weddings. :) via Every Last Detail
Sunday, June 26, 2011
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Water bottle+Lace scraps+Double stick tape=Lovely
Invitations by Erin * Sparkle & Hay
If you love all things rustic chic then that pretty much guarantees that you love the fluttery-lacy goodness that are paper doilies. Inexpensive, easy to find & just plain pretty, paper doilies are quite possibly the most versatile paper product you can use in a wedding DIY. Make your own paper cones, cupcake wrappers, seating charts, garlands and… of course… invitations! When I happened upon the lovely website of Avie Designs I was instantly charmed by her invite designs & even more thrilled to find her FABulous DIY for making your very own doily invites!
What you’ll need:
2 Circular Doily (12″ diameter pictured)
A2 size cards & envelopes
knife w/ sharp blade
1 sheet printer paper
I’ll take you through the steps in photos, but be sure to check out Avie Design’s post for the full detailed tutorial!
I’ll totally admit that this last one is my favorite; I’m such a sucker for a good envelope liner!!!! Be sure to go check out the rest of Avie Design’s beautiful blog & work on her site here!
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Include Tommy and my favorite recipes
This girl did a cookbook favor that was out of the park! She says that they cost about $4 a book for 60 Recipes in 125 books. I would probably make a book per couple/family and not per person and since we are planning on 150 people that would be maybe 75ish books. $300 for favors. Since I would normally have allowed $2/person that would be pretty on budget. I could probably even make it less expensive if I tried really hard.
The book is divided into his, hers, and ours. CUTE!
NOTE: I got my total cost with them to about $225
Lowest cost is $181