I came across these gorgeous paper goods on Etsy the other day. They’re made using recycled paper, soy inks and wind power! Etsy seller Ormolu Design.
The paper tags would make perfect additions to wedding favours, programs, place cards and other wedding decor. Ormolu is also happy to do custom orders!
Love Song Paper Strips
Alphabet Tags Sweet Version
Paisley Floral Tags
Visit Ormolu’s Etsy store for more
Pink Frosting, Australia’s leading online wedding store has a plethora of goodies to decorate not only your wedding but parties too.
Founded by event planner, Kathryn Porritt, Pink Frosting launched their online store two years ago. Now with a showroom in Canberra and shipping all over the world, Pink Frosting is the exclusive Australian distributor of brands such as Wonderful Wedding Graffiti, Kate Aspen, Pamela’s Parasols and Beverley Clark Collection.
All photos & items from Pink Frosting
Not just an online store, Pink Frosting has built a site full of inspiration. From tips on wedding music, to inspiring wedding themes (some written by yours truly!) Pink Frosting has gone to great lengths to be Australia’s one stop wedding shop and even includes Kathryn’s blog Australia Entertains.
Pink Frosting is giving away FIVE $100 gift vouchers to their online store! To win, comment on this post telling me your favourite Pink Frosting product and how you would use it at your wedding! Be creative!
Entries close 18th of June, 2009 at 5pm Australian Eastern Standard time. This is a game of skill!
Competition is open worldwide. Gift vouchers exclude shipping costs. Entrants must be aged 18 and over.
This competition is now closed.
This photo of Amber and Ashley as captured by Aksent Photography (see more here) made me feel like I was seeing something out of a musical! I have no idea of the story behind it, but I love it!
Photo courtesy of Aksent Photography
Darcy Miller editor of Martha Stewart Weddings and The Brides Guide Blog, recently posted about Brides Head Revisited.
Founded in 2002 by Alexandra and Emily, after working together at the costume department at the NY Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bride’s Head Revisited creates a range of custom veils and head pieces for brides. The range includes french veils, combs, hair pins and even flowers and feathers. Each piece is hand stitched.
The designs combine history with contemporary design to create beautifully, elegant styles.
But one in particular caught my fancy…
Bride’s Head Revisited has designed a veil called Audrey using one of my favourite fabrics- Swiss dot netting! The polka dots are subtle enough to not overtake your wedding day attire, but add that little polka dot touch that I adore. The veil comes in multiple lengths and you can find a stockist via their website.
Check out another photo of Audrey on their blog here
Photos courtesy of The Studio Photographers, dress by Junko Yoshioka