The 1st issue of NonPareil Magazine is out and it looks fabulous! Chock full of templates and inspiration for you budding DIY brides…make sure you check it out. This keepsake boutonniere story was particularly fun and easy. Congrats Maddy and Kristen!
[image from NonPareil]
When I first started getting responses to the card swap, I had to think about what I could do this year that would be different and special from past years. As the numbers rose well past 200, I had to think large scale since I send EVERYONE on the list a card! I enlisted the help of the INSANELY talented Randi Brookman Harris [whose wedding and styling I have adored forever] and Jenny Ebert [a photographer I adore!] to help me set up a card shoot that could double as a gift. Randi mixed in some stuff I owned with her own to create this gorgeous backdrop, and her dog Olive ended up getting into the holiday spirit as well! I’ll leave you this holiday season with some outtakes from the shoot….thank you Randi and Jenny for helping me with this! You’re both amazing amazing amazing!!
I’ll see you all back here in 2010…have a wonderful holiday filled with love and laughter!
Olive getting some direction from Randi for her big moment.
[images from Jenny Ebert Photography, top photo by me]
Jenny Ebert is a member of Brooklyn Bride’s preferred vendor listings
You guys really impressed me this year with your fabulous cards! Lots of great ideas for DIY projects that can be translated into wedding project…and these are only SOME of the cards I received! My mailbox was packed for days!! Stay tuned and I’ll be showing some behind the scenes behind MY holiday card!
[images from my hubby Chad]
Maddy from Inspired Bride just sent me the loveliest gift…in honor of her upcoming 1 year blogaversary, she’s sending out some custom postcard files to bloggers for the holidays. Since this time of year is all about sharing, feel free to download the file and send it out to your own friends! Thanks Maddy, and congrats on 1 year!
Brooklyn Bride download
[image from Inspired Bride]
I saw this project in October’s Living Etc and thought it would make a great keepsake for engaged couples…it would probably be more manageable for a bridal shower, where guests could share their words of wisdom.
[image from Living Etc.]