Hey Ladies! I bought these shoes for my wedding, then found a different pair. So now I'm selling these. They've never been worn and are in all the original pckaging, includung the dust bag. They are a 9.5, but I usually wear a 9, so if you wear a 9 you can get away with these. They're really cute and have bow on the front, as you can see from the pics. Post or PM me if you're interested! Selling for $40
Hello and welcome to my bio!! My name is Stephanie and I live in Ohio.and my fiance's name is Eric and he also lives in Ohio. I am newly engaged and I'm beginning the planning and budgeting process of my wedding. Since both my fiance and I are originally from Youngstown, we will be married in the Youngstown area. I am a graduate student at the University of Akron, where I am working towards my Masters in Accounting. I will graduate with my Masters in May 2011, so we are planning the wedding for Summer 2011! I'm so excited and thrilled to get started! I love the challenge and the sense of accomplishment in DIYing projects and I can't wait to begin! My first project are our invitations, and I have already begun the pocketfold process!
I couldn't find a damask swatch, but damask is also part of our theme :)
My bridesmaids dresses will be black and my MOHs will be fuchsia
I've decided we're having an evening wedding and reception rather than in the afternoon, so I opted for longer bridesmaid dresses. Right now, my favorite are these by Bari Jay:
UPDATE! I finally found a bridal salon that carries this style so I went to try it on today.....and I loved it! I had to try it on, since none of my BMs were in town. I love the fit, the chiffon, pretty much everything about it! So this is the dress for my BMs.
Well our beautiful daughter will be our flower girl. Here she is...her name is Logan and she'll be almost 3 at the tme of the wedding. Lover her to pieces! The dress I've selected is the Ashley by Little Flowers and I adore it!
Here is my inspiration for my wedding invitations. I found some beautiful cardstock for the pocketfolds and I only have about 50 more to make! I will mount the invitation on fucshia cardstock like below and use some sort of pattern on the invitation itself.
UPDATE!!! I have completed all of my pocketfolds and I'm beyond thrilled with the way they came out! The glossy damask is the best part! Here they are!!
Next step...invitations and backing! Then labels and belly bands!
So I fell completely in love with the cardboxes by For the Modern Bride, but they are a bit to pricey for my taste. The way I see it, the card box is there for you to get money, not to give it away! But after salivating on the For the Modern Bride website, I realized their boxes aren't that difficult to create. Afterall, te major difference in their boxes and everyone elses is the fact that they use Fabric, rather that gift wrap to cover the boxes...which makes a HUGE difference by the way. Sooooo...I found my inspiration, which is this GORGEOUS black and white damask box accented with fucshia roses...LOVE IT!
<<<<<<<<The real Deal!
So I really buckled down and finished this project in about a week! I'm extremely thrilled with the way it turned out. I think my next DIY will be my candy buffet boxes, but I'm taking the next few days off since I have an exam on Monday!!
So tonight I took a stab at my table numbers, and I really like how they came out! Here's a picture...I apologize if t's not that clear, but my camera battery is dead, so I used my phone :)
I may change the design slightly and maybe add a rhinestone to the tip of the first letter...maybe.
I decided to change me design a little so that the only fuchsia on them is a small rhinestone I added to the center of the brooch. Here they are!!!
- Belly Bands
- Monogram Labels
- Table Numbers
- Reserved Signs
- Candy Buffet Boxes and Labels
- Candy Buffet Signs
- Bling Shoes!
- Bridesmaid gifts
- Damask dinner mints
So I made a wonderful find this weekend. I got the idea of making my own table numbers, but wasn't sure where to begin. So...I searched PW for inspiration and boy did I find some! I decided to re-create these table numbers made by Jaryce21. Here's a link to her page...she has some awesome ideas and creations! http://www.projectwedding.com/biography/list/Jaryce21
And here are her table numbers
My dilemma...These brooches run about $2-$3 each! So...this weekend while grocery shopping at Marc's I ran through the closeouts and lo and behold...these!
They're hair clips, and yes they were only 2 for.99!!! I'm so excited about these. So excited that I bought 40, yes 40...well actually 41, I cleaned them out. And if they had more, I would've bought even more. So I plan to use these on my table numbers, my wedding day shoes, and any other place I can stick em! Gotta love closeouts!
I love the look of the Chandelier under the Chuppah. (I think that's what this is). But I love this along with the drapped fabric!
I found a wonderful chandellier online for a pretty wonderful price!
My program inspiration....something with our monogram!
I also love what Jasminealaine did with the ribbon here.
I decided I like the idea of these centerpieces on alternating tables.
These for the high CPs
And these for the low CPs
I absolutely love this cake...so for now, this is the design I'm going for. But instead of the ivory ribbon and bows on alternating layers, I would like to use black on one and leave the rhinestone banding to alternate layers. I also would take this down by about 2 layers since we will have no more than 200 guests.
Not sure what we're doing for favors, but I love these ideas for our favor labels!