Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Bright Idea

Snippet and Ink featured this wedding last year that showed how bright ideas can: save you time, money and energy, and how something people would ignore can turn into the center of attention.

April and Mitch's wedding took place in the winery of April's family. Part of the winery was under construction when they were planning the wedding. They made do with what was accomplished when the day of the wedding came. An unfinished wall was converted into a gorgeous backdrop by trimming wooden frames with inexpensive materials like old jars, votives and some greens.

All photos from Snippet and Ink, shot by Mulberry Photography
It's details like these that make your wedding unique and special.

Sealed With A Kiss

I've been knacking my brains trying to find a way how to put the addressees' names on our invitations. And then I saw this invitation/envelope which I've previously blogged about.

Then I had to find a way to do this baroque-way, since our invitations are baroque-inspired. Look what I found in The Fussy Designer (http://thefussydesigner.wordpress.com/2009/03/31/black-damask-envelope-wraps/)

A template for black damask envelope wraps. Woohoo! Thank you Fussy Designer!