Check out the B-List blog today…Grace from design*sponge was nice enough to write a mini guide on how to run your blog as a successful business…its got tips you won’t want to miss!
I’m so into these semi-custom invites from sub-studio…while the designs are readymade, you can customize the colors to fit your palette.
[images from sub-studio]
As an interior designer, its hard for me to not be inspired by amazing interiors, so seeing these pops of color in otherwise gray environments makes me see incredibly sophisticated wedding palettes. Can you see yourself using these colors?
[images from Living Etc.]
Just some paper goods from the B-List goody bags…they’d all make such great gifts for your bridesmaids, or hey, even gifts for yourself!
Top row: mini notebook from Sarah Drake Design, thank you cards from Wedding Paper Divas, cards from Nantaka Joy
Second row: congratulations cards from Smock, thank you cards from Linda + Harriett, thank you cards from Paper+Cup.
Third row: notepad and pen from Iomoi, various cards from Ink+Wit, squirrel card from Delphine Press, customized cards from PosePrints.
Bottom row: thank you cards from Two Bees Press, thank you notes from Blue Ribbon Design.
[image by Brooklyn Bride]
When trying to find vendors to donate items for the B-List goody bags, I wanted to try to find items that could be used as gifts for your bridal party, favors, OOT bags, or accessories for the bride or groom! Here are some of the goodies…
For the couple getting married: customized mugs from Jessica Rust Designs (her work is even better in person!), Sweetie stats from Chronicle Books (these are pretty hilarious)
For your bridesmaids: delicious smelling soap from Saipua, earrings from Viv&Ingrid, headbands from Jennifer Behr, handbags from NELLE Handbags.
For your guests: why shouldn’t everyone get a boutonniere from Rosenow Floral, customized candy from Papabubble, and Citypass coupons (available for multiple cities.
And clearly, you’ll be needing some darling labels to decorate everything with, so why not Stuck Labels? Use their existing patterns or make your own!
[images by Brooklyn Bride and Stuck Labels]