Its calendar buying season, so this little giveaway is coming just in time. Delphine Press is letting me give away 2 sets of their new 2010 calendars to 2 lucky readers…great if you want to keep one and give the other as a gift, or give both as a gift, or hey, just keep them both to yourself! Its totally up to you!
And the lovely ladies from Southern Weddings, who just released their newest issue (its great, definitely check it out) are letting me give away 3 copies! Just leave a comment below and I’ll announce winners for both contests on Wednesday!
[images from Delphine Press & Southern Weddings]
Its that time of year again…geez, we’re not even at Thanksgiving and I’m already thinking the holidays! I thought this year we could take the swap up a notch and include a great recipe for holiday cookies (I already know which one I’ll be passing along). Special thanks to the fabulous Courtney Jentzen, a freelance designer who specializes in invitations and custom designs, and just HAPPENED to design this years card swap graphics!
And be sure to stop by later this afternoon…I’ve got 2 giveaways to share!
[image by Courtney Jentzen]
I thought I’d leave you this weekend with these adorable pins and fascinators from Etsy seller Ink and Button. They’d make such lovely gifts for your bridesmaids or flower girls. Lisa does custom pieces too, so catch her before she gets too popular!
Coming up next week:
The announcement of our THIRD annual Holiday Card Swap! Can you believe this is the 3rd year?? There’s going to be a fun twist involved, and I’ve got some super talented people helping me with my card this year, so get ready to start crafting!
Martha Stewart Weddings has their online Luxury Wedding Expo starting tomorrow, November 14, so if you haven’t signed up for it already, get to it!
Edyta Szyszlo has 4 sets of tickets to Indie Wed out in Chicago, so check her blog for details.
Have a great weekend everyone!
[images from Ink and Button]
How beyond gorgeous is this necklace? Pair it with a simple strapless dress, carry some yellow flowers, and its perfection…
[image from Banana Republic]
Cool can’t even begin to describe this wedding that photographer Jennifer MacFarlane sent over last week…all tradition was thrown out the door for a totally unique event! I’ll let her tell you more…
The vendors were all friends and friends of the family. Russ is a photographer from Staten Island and Heather is a dancer from Queens. The ceremony and receptions took place at the NYC Fire Museum.
Another highlight, which you can see in the photos, is when Russ broke the glass and brought the whole chupah down on the officiant….which made for one of the funniest photos of my career!
The highlight of the night was Russ and Heathers 1st dance which started with a choreographed dance to “I had the time of my life” from Dirty Dancing, mid song the record scratched and to the reggae dancehall favorite “Lyrical Gangsta” then to Heavy D’s “Now that we’ve found love”. Each second the dance moves getting saucier and sillier…which set a precedent for the rest of the night!
Engagement and wedding rings were custom made by Little King Jewelry
Cake was by Jasmine Bojic, the pastry chef at Tavern on the Green
Our cake topper was custom designed by my cousin’s girlfriend, Crystal Hanehan
Heather’s ceremony dress, pink/gold, is by Phillip Lim and the reception dress, teal leopard, is Nanette Lepore.
Heather had a custom hairpiece by Etsy artist Myra Callan of Twigs&Honey
Catering and decorations including flowers were by Chez Vous. The proprietor and chef of Chez Vous is a close family friend, Ettore Mazzei.
[images from Jennifer MacFarlane]