It’s winter and weddings are in the air. January and February are the biggest planning months for brides-to-be. With so many decisions to be made—from THE dress to the place for the ceremony, all the way down to the small details like seating cards and wedding favors for the guest—it can be a bit overwhelming. So what’s a girl to do? One place to turn to for wedding inspiration is Etsy. There you can find everything from rings, invitations, and bouquets to yes, even THE dress. Most shops will happily customize items to the colors, font, and wording that will complement your wedding perfectly.
Some old, something new, something borrowed, something fabulous like this custom dress from Holly Stalder.
More Etsy nuptial finds after the jump.
Veil, headband, or perhaps a halo? Crystals, flowers, lace, or feathers? You may have a hard time choosing at Myra Callan’s Twigs & Honey. but browsing amongst these dreamy head pieces is decadent fun.
A bridal bouquet is a must-have, but real flowers are optional.
(L) Fabric bouquet can be found at Autumn and GraceBridal
(C) Pearl and rhinestone bouquet from Noaki Jewelry
(R) Sunny and Stumpy created this paper ranunculus bouquet
Paper products play a big part in weddings. There’s the Save the Date, wedding invitation, RSVP card, and the thank you cards.
Whatever your printed-on-paper wedding needs, I feel pretty confident that Amy Leigh of Inviting Moments will have something you’ll like.
Carrie Klein shows us how paper can also play a big role in decorations, too with her pretty place card holders, cake topper, and wreath.
And for a sweet ending to the big day, what better send-off for your guests than these pretty cake pops by Poppies Cake Pops and Cupcakes?
AND! We’re pleased to announce the release of Vintage Weddings: One Hundred Years of Bridal Fashion and Style, a visual journey through bridal history, showcasing a resplendent array of gowns from 1900 to the present day and taking a close look at the designers who created them, as well as the cultural influences and key fashion looks for each decade.
Read more about Vintage Weddings in Linda’s post: One Hundred Years of Bridal Fashion and Style.
On the lookout for a list of top wedding blogs to inspire your wedding plans? Look no further–we have a Top Wedding Blogs list all drawn up for you.