First of all, can I just say that this is the best Etsy shop name ever? Love! They have become my new go-to for modern and romantic inspiration.
Such a helpful reminder when wedding planning. And it is shiny and gold, so bonus points for that.
Need an easy DIY? Use this stamp on your favor bags or tags.
All-purpose party invitations for when the mood strikes you (because you never know when a “Gossip Girl” marathon becomes a need and not a want).
Clever little birthday card, and now I want cake.
If lists truly make you happy or you just need to trick yourself into believing they are fun.
Simple and chic monogram stamp. Just lovely!
Worried that your tea will get jealous? Don’t fret! They also make an “I love tea” mug so that there can be peace in your cupboard.
Looking for those final details before the big day? Here is a selection of table numbers from Etsy that is sure to delight you.
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Looking for cute presents to give your bridesmaids? Check out these adorable clutches, cosmetic bags, and notebook covers from Allisa Jacobs. From washi tape inspired fabric to sweet monograms, these bags are totally unique!
Literary-themed weddings are huge lately, so I was delighted to find Bookity on Etsy. From hollowed out novels to carry your rings down the aisle to inventive alphabet confetti, these details are perfect for the bookworm’s big day!
Combine some of your favorite quotes from children’s books with some truly stellar illustrated typography and you have prints by Emily McDowell. Check these out and connect to her Etsy page to see more (fair warning: some feature slightly more adult language).
She also makes city prints on silk scarves. How cool is this Los Angeles one?!
I’m pretty sure this print should be hanging above every woman’s bathroom scale!
I love cards. I love sending them. I love receiving them. All around, they make me happy. But in this email/Facebook/texting world, how often are we tossing one in the mailbox? I don’t know about you, but I need to do this more. And these sweet cards by Moglea are just the ticket to inspire me!
This morning I realized just how long it has been since I bought a pair of new earrings. Criminal! A quick trip to Etsy will totally remedy that, won’t it? Here is some bead and floral goodness from September Willow. I think the floral resin jewelry is such a great look for bridesmaids at a vintage wedding. The colors stand out enough to show up in pictures, and the over all feel is very romantic. As for me, I think I will be picking up a pair of her oxblood hoops (below).
I love what artists can do with things that the rest of us might throw away. RusticWoodOriginals makes the coolest things with reclaimed wood. My fave is definitely the “sunrise” piece (below, right) made from discarded wood moldings. Ah-mazing. Anywhoo, check these out for a little gift-spiration.
Who knew that ring bearers could look so dapper? When I saw these adorable ties at The Little Gentleman’s Closet, I squealed. Okay, the squealing was on the inside because I was drinking coffee at the time, but still. Just look at the fashion statement your little guy can make going down the aisle. And after all, you should be looking out for him because he’s got the rings (seriously, who had the brilliant idea of giving the most critical detail of the ceremony to a five-year old child?).
So you know how we’ve discussed that sometimes it is better to not to your own DIY projects. Fabric flowers are the perfect example. Leave it to the experts (unless you are some sort of craft genius). FreshSewn on Etsy makes the sweetest fabric flowers! From hair clips to rings to infant headbands she has all of your vintage floral needs covered.
See what I mean? So well done.
I am insane over this hair clip. And you can even turn it into a ring…