July 30, 2011
July 30, 2011
The practical planner side of me is not usually in favor of anything that gets thrown away or will not serve a purpose later. If you don’t know what you’ll do with it after the event, then I usually say skip it. Of course all of this is null and void if you have an unlimited budget. Now, do cocktail napkins cost a ton, no, of course not, you can probably fit them into your budget, but these little details add up. Cocktail napkins here, a cake topper there, some signage for a table, a chair, you catch my drift. All of that being said, I cannot deny how cute all of these things can be and I love them. The practical side of me just has a hard time telling you you “need” them. But let’s pretend you do need them, these are adorable! I’m particularly in love with the few that serve a dual purpose (a thank you, a hash tag, a warning not to touch your drink). Those pass my test of serving a purpose. Love it.
This is my favorite! I love this idea!
This week, let us temporarily leave the magical world of the Enchanted Forest and Beauty and the Beast for the digital world – more specifically, the world of Greenvelope! Their fully customizable digital invitations are perfect for any wedding-related event: engagement party, rehearsal dinner, bachelor/bachelorette party, bridal shower and more (here’s a helpful hint: Greenvelope also allows you to send electronic stationery for everything from birthdays to business meetings)!
Not only does Greenvelope save trees, it saves money as well – wedding invitations to unlimited guests cost just $80 and programs, save-the-dates and thank-you notes to unlimited recipients cost $24. What’s more, Greenvelope offers a handy RSVP tracking software – something that old-school stationery definitely doesn’t have! Interested? Check out a sample on their homepage (and check back next week for the next installment in the fairytale wedding series)!
July 23, 1011
Tory Burch sandals. $175. Adorbs75Adorbs.
July 22, 2011
As promised last week, here’s the next installment in the fairytale-inspired wedding series: Beauty and the Beast!
In this tale as old as time, the rose plays a prominent role and symbolizes unconditional love regardless of a person’s outward appearance. There are many ways to incorporate this romantic flower into your wedding, such as:
If you’re not a big fan of roses, don’t worry! There are other ways to incorporate the classic love of Beauty and the Beast into your wedding:
Also, candles are a must (can’t forget Lumiere!):
July 17, 2011
Prettiest little flat sandal ever! Rene Caovilla $1,075