Saw this today and thought it was very clever…designed by Studio Frederik Roije for droog, this ring made of white porcelain is broken and worn by the couple as a symbol of their engagement. Its a great idea for couples who wish the guy could have a ring too. Only $120!
[image from Greener Grass Design]
Since we’re on the topic of chocolates, I couldn’t forget mentioning one of my favorite places for treats, Vosges. We got a box of their exotic caramels here at the office last Christmas, and I’ve been hooked ever since. With truffle flavors like Naga (curry + coconut + milk chocolate) or Black Pearl (ginger + wasabi + sesame seeds + dark chocolate), its like nothing you’ve ever tasted, and I’m sure your guests would agree. And for those of you with purple in your wedding scheme, their boxes are the prettiest shade of violet.
[images from Vosges]
The Chocolate Bar definitely has some good looking chocolates…I think the grafitti bars would be GREAT as favors for the ultimate NYC or Brooklyn wedding. I noticed that they’ll customize their truffles with designs for corporate functions…but who knows…maybe they’ll even do one for your special day if you order a certain amount!
[images from the Chocolate Bar]
I’m intrigued and amazed by the candy bar Tera and John did for their wedding. There are chinese food containers that are hung on the wall creating an extremely graphic pattern behind the beautiful jars of white candy. Its almost like a store display! I even love the table cloth!
[image from MS Weddings]