I know, I know – at first glance this wedding looks relatively tame. Aside from the shoes of course, which obviously didn’t result in any sore tootsies for this bridal party — but it has a very unique twist which inspired me to post it. There is nothing I love more than finding a wedding the genuinely reflects the couple. In my opinion, that’s the most important detail, and one that many people tend to overlook.
In order to keep to their budget the couple focused their efforts on DIY projects and as a result their wedding had a very personal touch.
Because no one can say it better than she can, I’m going to let the Bride, Nicole, tell you about her wedding, and the planning that went into it! Continue reading →
Hello. Stephanie here. When I’m not overseeing our talented product design team, I also work as a graphic / product designer developing wedding accessories. I’m excited to be a part of Weddingstar’s Wedding Blog.
At Weddingstar our product development team continually reviews and updates our extensive product line. This is how we manage to feature 80% exclusively designed wedding accessories. Over the last few years I have been a part of some outstanding product designs and I think that our blog is the perfect place to reveal some of the stories behind these products.
Today I’m going to lead you through the journey that our custom designed Sand Ceremony Set traveled, before it became a product for you. Continue reading →
The decision might be an easy one for you, but at some point you’ll have to decide what kind of napkins you want to use, and how you would like to display them. It depends completely on your taste and budget, but to help you decide I’ve put together a few various types that you could potentially use.
Keep in mind that napkins aren’t just for place settings, they are also often included in dessert tables, candy buffets, coffee bars and even the cake display.
Here you can see the classic folded napkin, which is usually either slightly decorated, as this one is, or placed in a champagne glass.
The story here is a classic one, city girl, country boy and inevitable true love. This wedding really shows off their two backgrounds while maintaining elegance and beauty.
The unifying theme of this wedding is the use of the couple’s monogram. It is a great example of how one personalization can pull the whole thing together to create a look that is distinctly their own.
I hope you don’t mind, but with everyone at the office in shades of red and pink, we don’t really need even more showing up on our blog! I’ve decided to take a break from the holiday and treat you to something else instead.
With that in mind I hope you enjoy this collection of photographs that are meant to take you away from the hustle and bustle of today and present you with the possibilities that a stunning wedding in the countryside can represent.
The thought of writing a love letter probably causes most people more than a little bit of panic. What if I don’t say it right? What if it’s cheesy? What if it is not appreciated?
If that’s you, just relax! I’m going to walk you through a brainstorming session that will hopefully ease your fears and inspire you to write a sweet note to the person in your life that means the world to you. With Valentine’s Day looming, what better way is there to show your appreciation than to write that romantic saga that has been bottled up inside you?
Ok, maybe it’s not a saga, but if you have something you have been wanting to say – then you should!
With Valentines coming up so soon I have decided that all the posts this week are going to have at least a little something to do with the holiday.
A holiday that of course results in more engagements than any other day of the year!
While trying to think of a new way to approach the subject, an idea for a Valentines wedding theme just popped into my head. With vintage decor so popular, and for good reason, it made perfect sense to me to incorporate it into a Valentines wedding.
Vintage Valentines cards are charming, unique and a perfect representation of a time gone past.
With the focus on adorable sketches and cute puns from the 40’s and 50’s, they easily pave the way for the creation of an entire theme.