One of the most stressful items on the to-do list during wedding planning is finalizing your guest list. Not only do you have to keep your budget and the size of your venue in mind, but everyone from your parent to your distant cousin seems to have an opinion about who should be included. Luckily,… Read more.
Alexa Re’ is back with a special video discussing choosing your wedding venue and vendors. She’ll walk you through her do’s and don’ts, her suggested vendors, and even give you a tour of her rental company’s showroom. Watch below and click through to her page for the links mentioned! Thank you to A Southern Tradition,… Read more.
We’re announcing a very special partnership today! We’ve teamed up with Alexa Re’, a real Elli bride, to bring you some amazing wedding planning tips & tricks over the next few months! We would love to invite you to follow along in her wedding planning journey from now through her wedding day, December 13th, 2014…. Read more.
You might recognize this romantic dripped wax decorated table number from our style post yesterday. Well, of course, we had to break it down in a tutorial for you! This is a simple DIY for a super romantic, unique way to style our Woodsy Blooms Table Numbers. All you need are wine bottles, table numbers,… Read more.
We’re having a lot of fun with burlap this week! Here is some fun inspiration for those of you that love our Burlap Mr. & Mrs. wedding invitation suite and want to add something a little extra special to the package! We’ve bound the invitation three different ways for you, using some gorgeous twines, ribbons… Read more.
Looking for a unique, easy DIY wedding favor your guests will love? These mini succulents are the perfect way to say ‘Thank You’. Send your friends and family home with this cute reminder of the special day they shared with you. They are lasting and require minimal care! Personalize these pretty plants by grabbing your… Read more.
In our last post we mentioned a sweet DIY gift bag for your wedding guests featuring the Floral Stripes invitation suite and art print, where we styled a dessert table. In keeping with the theme, and including your favors as decor on your dessert table, we want to share this very simple DIY favor your wedding… Read more.
Looking for a creative way to display your dessert? We used one of our favorite invitation suites, Floral Stripes, as inspiration in creating a styled dessert table for your big day! Spray paint thrifted bud vases and frame like-patterns or even our Floral Stripes commemorative art print (coming soon!) for decor. Add personal touches to… Read more.
We are so excited to soon be offering these customizable monogram wedding labels. They have endless uses, including personalizing these DIY paper envelope favors for your guests. Are you looking for a simple, personalized wedding favor on the cheap? Below, I’ll walk you through this easy, fun tutorial with labels that match our Woodsy Blooms invitation set…. Read more.
We are obsessed with patterns and textures. Adding a pattern or juicy texture to a design can truly make a simple design pop! That is why we include patterns on the backs of all of our wedding and holiday stationery. Right now we are loving gold and created this super cute and festive garland using… Read more.
Happy Friday! Today we are sharing an adorable fab freebie that you can use to decorate a nursery, playroom, or use as baby shower favors – diy vintage alphabet blocks made from paper! We came up with the idea for this project yesterday when we were looking for some wooden blocks to use as… Read more.
Gather your friends, grab some wine, and have an invitation assembly party. Follow our step-by-step instructions on how to assemble your wedding invitations. The invitation design we used in this tutorial is our Summer Bohemian Wedding Invitation. Cheers and happy assembling!
Cocktail napkins, ribbon and those cheerio looking reinforcement labels are all you will need to make this delicate blooming garland. This little tutorial is a quick yet gorgeous way to decorate for a bridal shower, baby shower or wedding reception. Though I used the white cocktail napkins that we had here at our studio, you… Read more.
Happy Friday! Today I want to show you a quick and easy way to make a “needs a little love” piece of furniture look fabulous. My friends who spend time at my loft know that I have a thing for painted furniture. This thing happened about two years ago when I discovered Annie Sloan Chalk… Read more.
Happy Friday! I am so excited to share today’s post. Not only is it a home decor project (my favorite kind), but we shot a video tutorial as well. Yes, a video! To give you a little background this project has been on my “post hot list” for a few months now. I painted the… Read more.
We have been so busy prepping our first round of Elli Kits (one dozen long stemmed red roses) that I found myself excited to share with all of you here on the blog the tutorial on how to make paper roses with long stems. This is a technique you can use for most of my… Read more.
If you were to visit our studio, you would see trails of glitter pretty much every where. Today is the last day of our unofficial Glitter Week. For this project I am using glitter and decoupage together. . . oh my! With a variety of pink and red tissue paper mixed with recycled gold tissue… Read more.
To continue the our glitter theme this week, what a perfect way to decorate the bride and groom chair with this DIY glitter Mr. & Mrs. chair banner. For these banners I used a very thin foam core so that I could easily glitter both sides of the letters. Just print out the template below… Read more.
Next Wednesday I am heading to Salt Lake City for my first Alt Summit. This is a conference for craft, home and style bloggers to connect, meet sponsors and learn how to be better bloggers. I feel quite lucky that I finally get to attend as the 600+ tickets sell out within 30 minutes. One… Read more.
To be completely honest, the last time I used glitter on a project was when my daughter was in grade school. But, I am seeing so many glittery crafts out there that make me smile that I had to join the fun. This project is so simple that you could do it as a craft… Read more.