Mason Jar Invites. Etsy has quickly become one of our favorite wedding resources. Not only does it showcase great handmade products, but it also allows couples the chance to connect with beautiful artists all over the world. Wedding invitations are one of our favorite things to browse on Etsy, and these beauties caught our eye this week. They set the tone for an elegant and classic wedding, with touches of rustic simplicity. Both the color and font create a relaxed, yet special feel, preparing guests for a one-of-a-kind celebration. If you’re looking for that extra special touch when it comes to your invitations, may we suggest Etsy as delightful resource.
DIY Silk Hairpin. Do it yourself projects have been taking the blog world by storm lately, with more and more people embracing their inner artist and giving handmade creations a chance. DIY in the wedding world is of course a longtime favorite, but with easy-to-follow tutorials and great resources, they’re becoming easier than ever. This silk hairpin tutorial is a simple project, perfect for the bride who wants to add an extra something to her wedding day hair. This would be perfect with an updo or loose curls, and may also be something to make for bridesmaids on the big day.
Flower Tray Centerpiece. As winter continues to wrap most of the country, we can’t help but look forward to spring and the warmth it brings. (It’s probably not a coincidence that most of our recent pins involve bright sunlight, glorious florals, and grassy outdoor spaces!) So of course, we loved this simple yet cheerful wedding centerpiece, made easy with classic florals and a wooden tray. This could also be recreated with wooden drawers, mismatched in size and color. This pin is proof centerpieces don’t need to be over-the-top to make a statement!