I adore these faux bois invitations from Magpie Paperworks! They even include a custom sash that you can choose from three options of natural fibers. And don’t miss the wording – who wouldn’t want the phrase “is madly in love with” included on their invites? Perfect!
Whether you are looking for a cute (and personal) way to package your bridesmaids gifts or a unique way to put some goodies into the rooms of your out of town guests, I love a good tote at a wedding! There are a lot of adorable options that can be found at reasonable prices, or you can go the DIY route and make some yourself. I opted to make my own for our wedding using a stencil which you can see in this post. But to be honest, I think the items pictured above are much cuter than what I made!
If you opt for the DIY route, check out the link I referenced above or this great project from Ashley Ann Photography. She used a doily to make a custom print, which might be a little overwhelming depending on the number of totes you’re making but I think it’s so adorable. I found my plain bags online, similar to these promotional tote bags. What do you think? Worth the purchase of a custom option or an easy DIY project?
Beth and Michael both work in book publishing and hosted their gorgeous fall wedding at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center in Connecticut. Despite some rain on their wedding day (good luck, right?) it’s clear from the gorgeous images that their joy wasn’t dampened at all. Aren’t those dahlia’s gorgeous?
Photographer: Sarah Tew Photography
Hair Stylist: Lanphier Day Spa
Caterer: Urban Chic Inc
Floral Designer: Poppies & Posies
Dress Designer: Cymbeline
Cake Designer: SoNo Baking Company
Music: DJ Still Life
Shoes: Salvatore Ferragamo
Veils and headpieces: Lo boheme
Event Venue: Stamford Museum & Nature Center