Photo courtesy of: http://www.sugarbutterflour.com
Sunday, June 27, 2010
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Saturday, June 12, 2010
Love Sucks 2 Necklace ($30) by Coco Bonita Jewelry Designs // Bitten Vampire Belt Buckle ($24) by Arete // Wolf Mask Ring – Hand Polished Metal ($24) by Moon Raven Designs // Movable Vampire Fangs ($28) by jl67 (All Etsy.com stores)
This inspiration board from http://www.indiebride.com/ might give you some ideas.
http://www.greathatz.com/. There are all kinds of hats to choose from, your groom could wear a derby, a fedora, a tophat, a bowler or a gangster hat. The only limits are your imagination!
Whether black or white a bride's parasol not only shades her from the sun but it also is an attractive accessory for you day and a great prop for photos. Consider carrying white as the bride, and having your bridesmaids color black or colored parasols. These photos are from http://www.glovespassion.com/ but there are other sites on the web with more options for you in a variety of colors and designs.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Photo and Clutch Bag from: LemkaB's store on Etsy.com
This unique sateen clutch with leather crochet flowers on it makes a bold statement. The flowers come in all different shapes and sizes. Lemka calls them 'night flowers'. It has a black gemstone sewn in front of them and a tassel made of beads and black chains to one side. The other side of the clucth is plain sateen.
The bag is very elegant, great for day or night. Great for the bride or as a bridesmaid's gift.
All Stickers Shown courtesy of: MAUpromos Etsy store
Accent your favors or guest bags with these stickers sold at MAUpromos store on Etsy.com.
Photo courtesy of: http://www.flowergirlflorist.com
Having a black and white wedding? This simple bunch of white daisies in a short vase, wrapped in black and white ribbon gives you the look of a tall centerpiece without the exhorbitant costs. Simple white on black table numbers, black napkins, and inexpensive votives complete the look.
Looking for other great looks from this florist? See WDW(Wedding Day Weekly)Blogging For Brides. They have a post called "The Living Necklace" that you have to see! This florist is full of great ideas. Be sure to spend some time reviewing her web site. And if you live nearby arrange a consultation.