Archive for September, 2009

Sep
30
Papeterie
Posted by Margaret. Filed under Luxe for Less, Things we heart

PW and Papeterie have partnered together to offer a set of designer wedding invitations that match your wedding website or wedding map! One of my favorites is the Dogwood Branch invitation suite, which has a matching website and map!

Papeterie just redesigned their website, so please check it out and let me know what you think! Even better, they are offering a 10% discount exclusively to Project Wedding members! Enter the coupon code “projectwedWL” and get 10% off at Papeterie until October 31, 2009.


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Sep
30
Tis the Season!
Posted by Jeannie. Filed under Do It Yourself, Favors

If you are planning a bridal shower in October — consider these fall candy cups! How sweet are these as little table favors? I love the idea of getting into the spirit of the season by collecting leaves and assembling these, then filling them with candy!

In edible party goodies, I am in love with these precious pumpkin bite appetizers – another festive idea for a fall shower from the oh-so-talented Bakerella!

 

 


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Sep
29
A Rocky Mountain Wedding
Posted by Margaret. Filed under Real Weddings

I was digging through my email inbox for some much-needed inspiration and lo and behold, I found a hidden gem from last spring! The beautiful bride Jen sent some absolutely stunning images of her weddings in Jasper, Alberta, Canada. Thank you so much Jennifer for sharing your wedding with us, and congratulations to both you and Sean on beginning your life together as husband and wife!


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Sep
28
A Red White and Blue Wedding II
Posted by Margaret. Filed under Real Weddings

Some more beautiful images of Christina and Tim’s beautiful rustic wedding, taken by the ultra-talented Jen Badalamenti of JK Photography

Some more sweet words from Christina, the bride who designed this absolutely awe-inspiring wedding…

The day started with the groom and groomsmen shooting clays at the groom’s great Aunt’s house. He then drove her 1939 Cadillac to his family farm where we had our “first look” photos taken. It was a great decision. The day flowed so well because of this. The guests were taken to the ceremony site (a tree with our initials carved in it in the middle of a grassfield) via vintage Farmall Tractors with wagons. I painted arrow signs with different words for “wedding” and put them on the path to the ceremony. Guests were given fan programs and signed a photo guest book. The wedding party walked down a path to the side with the ringbearer and 5 flowergirls came down the aisle. The ringbearer carried a ring dish that matched the groom’s cufflinks. Three of the flowergirls handed bundles of baby’s breath to guests while the other 2 dropped petals. I arrived via a horse and carriage. The clydesdale is Tim’s Mom’s and is beautiful. During the ceremony we chose to do a Celtic knot tying ceremony in lieu of a unity candle. Our families and guests really enjoyed this. We also presented our Mother’s with flower arrangements during the sign of peace. Lemonade was served in mini jar-mugs after the ceremony from a lemonade stand made by my Stepdad. We also made notes to be hung from the guests’ rearview mirror thanking them for coming.

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