Tag Archives: pink teapot design and letterpress

  Vintage skeleton keys are ridiculously romantic with the whole you-have-the-keys-to-my-heart thing, so they are perfect for a rustic wedding. Being small, skeleton keys can be used in lots of unexpected and unique ways. I especially love the 'Keys to a Happy Marriage' advice table! IMAGE CREDITS: Letterpress Invitation Suite, via Oh So Beautiful Paper, Key Escort Cards, via Ruffled Blog, Boutonniere, via Wedbook, Key for a Happy Marriage, via Lovely and Rust, Napkin, via Loverly, Bouquet, via Wedding of my Dreams, Rings, via Pinterest.

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  Thankfully we have moved well past the traditional bonbonniere of the tooth-breaking sugared almonds and chocolate hearts combo, with couples choosing favours that will actually be used by their guests. Mini jars of your grandmother's homemade jam, a custom tea blend or a medley of your favourite flower seeds are a only a few of the cute keepsakes that are both personal and memorable. IMAGE CREDITS: Tea Infusing Kits, via Kootation, Succulents, via Ruffled, Gumball Machine, via It's a Bride's Life, Wildflower Seeds, via Emmaline Bride, Bird Seed Hearts, via Green Wedding Slices, Penci

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  There are a few colour combinations that just make me smile when I think of them. Bold red with sweet aqua is definitely one of those combinations. Happy, bright and a little bit cheeky, this delightful duo is the epitome of fun and merriment. IMAGE CREDITS: Aqua Tie, via Project Wedding, Paper Straws, via Etsy, Cake, via Studio Two Twenty Two, Wedding Invitations, via Loverly, Layer Cake, via Krissy's Creations, Cute Couple, via Lovely Wedding Day, Letterpress Wedding Invitations, via Studio On Fire, Crystal Bouquets, via Luulla, Bridesmaids, via Engaged and Inspired, Red Shoes, via

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  The nautical theme has always been popular amongst brides planning a seaside soirée. But I have noticed the traditional anchor is being dropped in favour of a certain shellfish. Either inspired by Phoebe Buffay's love theory on Friends, or just because couples really, really like lobster, these cute crustaceans are popping up everywhere. IMAGE CREDITS: Cape Cod Invite, via Etsy, Save the Date, via Crane & Co, Lobster Invite, via Oh So Beautiful Paper, Save the Date Bibs, via Bird and Banner, Lobster Invite, via Steel Petal Press, Cake Toppers, via Etsy, Wedding Invitation Bi

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  I am a real paperphile so this post is a little out of my inner old school printer's character. But how amazing are these? Invitations don't have to be restricted to (gorgeous) paper. Balloons, chocolate, tea towels and even a customised viewfinder (!!!) are only a few of the creatively off-beat ways to inform guests of your wedding details. You will notice the current trend of animated e-invites is absent... Sorry but I just don't believe a web based invitation is special. Every day we are bombarded with a gzillion emails, but how often do you receive some actual letterbox love? IMA

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  There is something special about the simple elegance of a succulent and it is causing quite a commotion in the rose dominated floral arena. Many brides are now ditching the David Austin's in favour of extraordinary Echeverias to create spectacular bouquets of, what can only be described as, Mother Nature's masterpieces. Visually stunning and low maintenance, the unique pieces of your botanical bouquet can be replanted and will continue to grow, long after your wedding day. IMAGE CREDITS: Cake, via Whipped Bake Shop, Bouquet and Hair Piece, via Project Wedding, Rings, via Style Me

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  Backdrops for ceremonies is nothing new, but instead of the over-used white tulle with green plastic ivy leaves climbing over twinkling fairy lights, which I am sure is some sort of fire hazard, I am loving the DIY backdrop trend. Paper cranes, typography chalkboards and gigantic paper flowers are only a few of the artsy backdrop ideas keeping crafty brides busy. What better way to personalise your ceremony, cover up a dreary brick wall and let you show off your hidden talents? It's time to get your craft on. IMAGE CREDITS: Succulent Vertical Garden Wall, via Green Wedding Shoes, Pape

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  With the much anticipated Baz Luhrmann's version of The The Great Gatsby finally hitting Australian  screens tomorrow (!!!) I thought it would be appropriate to dedicate this Weddinsday to the sparkling era that was the roaring twenties. Gorgeous geometric lines, intricately beaded dresses, feathers, furs and vintage pearls all contribute to the opulent glamour of this iconic period.  So pick up your crystal martini glass, sit back in your velveteen divan and indulge in some Art Deco decadence. IMAGE CREDITS: Crystal Shoes, via Art Deco Wedding, Art Deco Purse, via Green Wedding S

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  It's not even officially winter here in Melbourne and I am already counting down the days until Spring. But let's pretend it's warm and sunny for today's post of floraltastic mismatched prints. Certainly not a new trend - my mum had her bridesmaids rocking the florals way back in '76. But it is now all about the chaotic mix and the beautiful match of patterns and colours. When you can't decide on a colour scheme, why not choose all of them in a whimsically wonderful frenzy of florals? IMAGE CREDITS: Bridesmaids, via Society Bride, Table Numbers, via Green Wedding Shoes, Teacup, via

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  Is there anything more romantic and dreamy than flowers in your hair? Whimsical, ethereal and will make you feel like you just floated out of a Disney story with Bambi and Thumper as your new best friends. No longer just for the flower girls, many brides are opting for big floral crowns rather than traditional veils or headpieces. Indie Chic at it's floral finest. IMAGE CREDITS: Summer Street Photography, Silk Floral Crown, via Etsy, Rubies and Ribbon, Green Wedding Shoes, Natalie Watts, via Love My Dress, Barefoot Blonde, 

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