In the language of flowers, carnations mean “divine love” and the carnation is truly a flower I’ve come to love. The old fashion fluffiness, the sweet, soft look to them makes them them an unexpected but brilliant choice for your wedding day.
Don’t feel limited to whites or pinks either- pack orange carnations into aqua glass jars, tie mauve carnations with chocolate brown ribbon and highlight red carnations using a red and white striped ribbon.
It’s a talented blogging community this wedding one! There are amazing photographers, artists, writers- you name it! Here are a few recent (and not so recent!) developments of some of your favourite bloggers!
Of course everyone spoke about this last year, but being in the middle of Groom’s Month at the time I was a little slow off the mark!
Vané of the ever stylish Brooklyn Bride started creating handmade ring pillows at Bklyn Pillow. Each pillow is handmade by Vané using stylish and modern fabrics with Vané’s own personal touch.
Sarah of gorgeous blog Classic Bride has started her own calligraphy business SD Calligraphy. Sarah uses two different styles- the fun and flirty Chelsea and the classic and refined Jane. Sarah can hand address your envelopes, your signs, seating cards and many other projects.
Kelly from Glamour This! is a multi talented lady! Not only is she a graphic designer but she also started her own jewellery line Kai Creations.
Each item is a one off and Kelly uses special materials like laces and feathers to make her collection really special.
modernromancepdx on etsy creates the most gorgeous handmade wraps, jewels veils and flowers for weddings. Inspired by the fashions of the 40′s, 50′s and 60′s. Christine creates pieces that are dramatic and feminine with a vintage flair. I particularly love the pearl and ribbon headband.