Archive for January, 2010

Jan
29
A Collection of Wedding China
Posted by Jeannie. Filed under Do It Yourself, Reception

Another groovy DIY project has surfaced in our shiny new “wedding ideas” section, and it has to do with wedding china! I would never have thought of digging up old china to use as place settings — or pooling together your friends’ settings to create a colorful and interesting reception. So fun — and green!

See the complete inspiration here!


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Jan
28
A California Coast Wedding
Posted by Jeannie. Filed under Things we heart

If you are a California girl at heart, you will appreciate this easy, breezy wedding at the Historic Cass House Inn in Cayucos, CA. The gorgeous inn sits right on the central coastline — which makes for some fab photo ops and amazing weather. Photographer Jen Rodriguez took the perfect pics of the gorgeous couple, Katherine and Matt.

More pics from this pretty wedding venue:


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Jan
27
Homemade Goodness
Posted by Jeannie. Filed under Do It Yourself, Favors

I am narrowing down my favor choices ( which change every day — sigh). I am definitely down with an edible favor table — and love these two inspirational ideas from the spectacular  Sunday Suppers.

The kumquat marmalade station:

Homemade granola:


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Jan
27
Green and Glam

By Tracy of Recycled Bride.

Think an eco-friendly wedding has to skimp on style? The new green wedding is filled with fabulously chic details, sweet little luxuries, and glamour galore.

A bouquet of succulents is more sustainable than cut flowers and every bit as stylish. This arrangement by Meg of La Partie Events includes yellow crespedia balls, yellow yarrow and papyrus.

Adele Wechsler Eco-Couture bridal gowns are made of certified organic vegetable-dyed silks and use fair trade labor.

Luxury eco-friendly invitations and wedding stationary by artisan letterpress Bella Figura.

Recycled elements add style and personal meaning to a wedding. These boutinnieres are made out of repurposed pages from Homer’s The Odyssey. Photographed by Pat Furey.

Jessica Iverson wedding dresses are made of sustainable fabrics like hempsilk satin and natural silk shantung.

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