Who knew Brooklyn would smell so good? Developed by a neurologist in Boerum Hill, Eau de Brooklyn started out as a hobby and eventually turned into products like soap and eau de parfum. I happened upon a bottle in DUMBO at Loopy Mango [great store by the way!] and am completely hooked! Great as a gift!
[images from Eau de Brooklyn]
These wallets would make great gifts for your groomsmen….waterproof, super durable, and just gosh darn clever.
[image from Charles + Marie]
With the holidays and cold weather [finally!] approaching, winter brides will probably be feeling a need for coziness in their wedding decor….why not take a cue from Anthropologie displays from last year and make some fabric trees for your tables? They’re so easy to make and great for your guests to take home…Stephanie from little birds handmade came up with an easy pattern to help you out…try using various fabrics in your color scheme and experimenting with trims, buttons and beads….
[trees from Disdressed]
Having a good calendar for all your appointments and ideas is CRITICAL as your wedding date approaches….thats why I picked up a Start Here calendar for 2008. Its great because I can attach a notebook to it for notes during vendor meetings, and it has pockets for all my little clippings. Get yours from See Jane Work…
[images from See Jane Work]