Ladies and gents, we’ve got you covered come dessert time on Valentine’s Day. If you’re taking your sweetheart out to dinner and want to end the night with a little bubbly & sweet treat, this is for you. You know you’d love to make something special for your babe, yes? Maybe you’re not a baker, yet making a pretty cake seems like a great idea. Well it is now! Check out our easy solution after the jump and thank us later.
There are two awesome reasons for having a brunch wedding: bloody marys & donuts. Right? Maybe that’s why Sarah + Jake decided on a brunch wedding. Or maybe it had something to do with the three months they had to plan. Either way these two had fun with their celebration, adding pretty pink details wherever possible. And Abbey Moore definitely had a sweet time capturing their lively personalities and all the details Sarah designed herself, from the ombre escort cards to jars of herbs on the table.
This beauty came special delivery from MaeMae herself. It’s the latest invite suite created by Megan Gonzalez for a dream client, Jillian. Isn’t it divine?
According to Megan, Jillian was her ideal bride to work with – passionate about paper, appreciates old methods of printing, and loves color. After discussing her vision for her stationery, Jillian looked through the MaeMae Wedding Collection and dreamed up this suite from different bits and pieces of existing invitation suites.
Gorgeous! You two were a perfect match.
Stationery design: MaeMae Paperie / Calligraphy sample: Betsy Dunlap / Photography: Wing Ta of Canary Grey
You can never go wrong with an art museum as your wedding venue. You’re surrounded by gorgeous works of art and history and the outdoor courtyards are perfect for a reception. Nisse + Matt got married at The Art Institute of Chicago a year after getting engaged, trying to plan a move from Chicago to Boston, graduate medical school, and start new jobs. Whew! But they did it. And they did it beautifully with the help of photographer, Olivia Leigh. The colors, florals, their ceremony, DIY watercolor escort cards, glittery touches, and desserts… gorgeous!
We love us a short bridesmaid dress, maybe a little more than a full length one. They’re just so fun and easy to wear again! And since we’ve always been fans of The Dessy Group, we were stoked to hear about their new brand, 57 Grand, an exclusive collection of styles inspired by New York City. The new collection of short dresses is perfect for bridesmaids who want to look fab at the wedding but also want to use the dresses again for other formal occasions. Take a peek!
The Dessy Group is the preeminent bridesmaid manufacturing company with a cadre of brands under its umbrella, including iconic brands such as After Six, Alfred Sung, and Lela Rose.
This spring 2013 collection will be available exclusively through the Bella Bridesmaid chain of bridesmaid boutiques and select other bridal retailers in the U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom.