Hi there lovely readers — Rita here! So excited for my annual post! I’m now well into my second year designing for Weddingstar, and just to let you know, the excitement doesn’t dissipate. It’s been thrilling to see products that I’ve designed used in real life weddings and featured on blogs and in magazines. So keep on sending us images, it always makes our day:)
Last year I gave you my Insider Tips To Creating A Theme. Today I’m going to do it a bit differently, sharing my prowess at a hands on level, so that you too can experience the magic of making. You guessed right, it’s a D.I.Y project! I’ll be showing how to create gorgeous terrariums (doubly fun if used as echo friendly favors). Oh happy day! PLUS if that’s all too much work, I’ll show an even easier way to get on your green goddess. Integrating succulents into table décor. Continue reading
Hello Wedding enthusiasts, my name is Rita. I’m one of two new additions to Weddingstar’s creative department. My role here is in Graphic Design and Product Development, and I’m very excited to be a part of the Weddingstar Blog.
Being immersed daily in Wedding culture I am lucky enough to have the scoop on current trends in the world of wedding receptions. Currently I’m noticing a gravitation towards weddings with distinctive themes, and I can see why. A wedding is an event to be reminisced for years to come, a rare chance for families and extended families to celebrate all together. Themes can really amplify everyone’s enjoyment of events by adding a touch of whimsy and promoting a more memorable atmosphere. That being said I am going to use this opportunity to share with you some insider tricks to creating a theme.
Weddingstar's original Vintage Typewritter Card Holders and Cards