Our love for fabrics doesn’t just stop at wedding invitations. There are so many beautiful and creative ways to incorporate your invitation fabric into your wedding details. We’ve shared with you ideas for using the fabric for bridesmaids clutches and bowties, but what about something that everyone can enjoy: the guestbook!
If you’re a traditional bride, you’ll love these guestbooks from scatoli.
For the more adventurous bride, how about bunting wedding guestbook from PostmansKnock?
And for the bride who truly thinks outside the box, FYAfabricart offers something beautiful and unique: the Guestbook Quilt!
You and your love can cuddle up with this for years to come.
Here’s a little St. Patty’s Day inspiration for you! I just love how the different shades of mint and green complement each other for this super fresh springtime board!
Credits (clockwise from top left): Green leaf by Brandon Kidd Photography styled by LVL Events via Style Unveiled; bridesmaids by L Hewitt Photography via Style Me Pretty; wedding cake by Abby Jiu Photography via Once Wed; gold and green ring via Event Envy; table setting by Heather Roth Photography.; fabric by Bonnie Christine.
Continuing with our baby theme, here’s fun project we worked on with one of our favorite planners, Jeannie Savage at Details Details!
Jeannie and Fayaz Chamadia at Bloom Box Designs put together the most gorgeous event for Munchkin, helping them showcase some of their new product line, and I was so excited to help with these fun menus that doubled as place mats…
and sweet XOXO tags for the donut favor boxes—YUM!!
How adorable did everything look with these bright pops of color and gorgeous florals?!
I especially love how they incorporated Munchkin’s bath toys into the tabletop decor, an idea so cute it was recently featured on BizBash!
Thanks so much for including me in this wonderful event, and a special thank you to Jessica Claire for the awesome photos!!
Every now and then, I get to work on something special for teeny tiny people, and it’s extra special when it’s for a former wedding client’s growing family!
Jessi knew that she wanted to use a fabric with ladybugs on it for her baby girl’s announcements, so I scoured my fabric sources and we came upon this fun, vibrant, modern print.
We brought the fun colors and polka dots into the card and outer band design…
and the back of the band featured sweet little Emilia’s initials!
I am so excited to share this sneak peek of our newest wedding invitation suite!
This design has been dancing around in my mind for some time now… I have totally fallen in love with the gorgeous, naturally elegant, rustic beauty that has taken the wedding world by storm, but I couldn’t help thinking that all my fellow Chinese brides out there were being asked to make a difficult decision—choose to go with tradition or choose to have a rustically elegant wedding. Let me explain…
Your traditional Chinese wedding revolves around lots of bright red and bright gold and requires the use of a Double Happiness symbol, a dragon, a phoenix, and/or some peonies, bamboo, or lanterns. Of course, I’m being a little cheeky about this, but I find that those of us who love our Chinese culture find it hard to get married without at least a few of these elements present, but you can see how these motifs would be rather hard to blend with a more rustic, natural, modern aesthetic.
I’m hoping my new Pomegranate Suite does a little something to bridge that gap by bringing in some traditional Chinese elements—pomegranates are very symbolic for Chinese weddings, representing a happy marriage with many children (seeds!)—into an otherwise very natural, organic design that also features a modern calligraphy monogram.
These will be available with either a deep red or pewter gray silk fabric. I can’t wait to finalize our options and make them available in our Etsy store!