December 4, 2013

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

We're offering an unprecedented discount for Tying the Knot customers...new and old! If you have a free website and want to upgrade, just use the code below. If you haven't made a website yet, check it out for free before you buy. Click here to sign up.

Wedding Website Coupon

50% off your wedding website when you use the code TTKSAVE50. Offer is valid through 12/31/2013 and may not be combined with any other offer or discount. Taxes vary by location.

posted by Courtney at 11:36AM
facebookshare on interesttwittergoogle+
June 3, 2013

If you're into arts and crafts and you're thinking about making some accessories for your big day (gifts for your bridesmaids, perhaps?), why not try your hand at something cute and fun?

Hair ties and bows are relatively easy to make, and fun to customize. They also help make that extra accessory extra special! Pinterest featured some adorable step by step tutorials for hair accessories, two of them are in Chinese (and their origins remain a mystery!), but the photos explain the process fairly well. (Once I find all the right materials I'll update this entry with my own bows.) I also came upon a blog that featured an expansive collection of fabric bow tutorials from all over the web; Fabric Bows and More

Below are some of my favorites:

DIY Ideas for Bridal Hair Pieces

If you want to try your hand at some step by step images, check out this floral hair piece and this floral hair clip tutorials (spoiler, they're in Chinese!).

DIY Bridal Hair Floral Piece

Craftberry Bush featured a tutorial for this beautiful hair piece. A little more complicated of a tutorial, but definitely worth all of that time and effort!

DIY Beaded Fringe Bridal Piece

Beaded and fringe flowers more your style? Try your hand at this tutorial from Sew Old Sew New.

DIY Floral Headband Piece for Brides

This gorgeous hair piece tutorial can be found here at Family Ever After Blog.

 

Happy sewing! (Craft time!)

posted by Laura at 2:22PM
facebookshare on interesttwittergoogle+
April 17, 2013

Weddings are a significant event, and planning one on your own can be a lot of work, stress, and time.  If you find yourself working long hours and have little time to no time for sourcing and managing wedding venues and wedding suppliers, why not call in someone to help you? This is where the wedding planner comes in; a professional who assists with planning, design, and organization of weddings. Today we spoke with wedding planner Jennifer Rios, founder of Jen Rios DesignJen specializes in creating carefully curated tablescapes, personalized wedding, and event styling, as well as developing customized wedding details! Check out the interview below as well as some photos from her gorgeous portfolio! Enjoy.


What initially interested you into wedding planning?
I have an interior design degree and worked professionally in that field from 2007 - 2011. After my wedding in October 2011 I wasn't ready to stop planning so I quit my job at a design firm that I held for almost 4 years and followed my passion for weddings!  


How long have you been professionally designing/planning?
I've been designing professionally since 2007 only in the interiors realm. I've been exculsively in the wedding industry since December 2011. I pride myself in NOT favoring a style. I want to cater to my client's style. I don't want to be known for one type of style, I want to be unique!   


What was your favorite wedding to work on?
Rayven + Alex - November 2012! It was black, white & glam! So modern, fabulous & fun!  


Do favor a particular design style?
I pride myself in NOT favoring a style. I want to cater to my client's style. I love being creative and pushing boundaries so as long as I get to express myself I am happy. I think my design background really allows me to stand out with years of experience and knowledge in a variety of styles. I don't want to be known for one type of style, I want to be unique! 


What is your weapon of choice/anything you can't leave the house without?
Sketchbook! You never know when inspiration will hit. You must be prepared to jot down ideas and sketch out concepts at a moments notice.


Do you have a favorite wedding location?
Anything out of the box. I love outdoor, non conventional locations that provide you tons of inspiration as soon as you walk in the door (or out the door if the case maybe!) 


If you could work alongside any one wedding planner/designer who would it be?
Holy Moly! I am so inspired DAILY by so many planners/designers out there! Right now I am loving Jesi Haack, Bash, Please, and Jacin Fitzgerald of Lovely Little Details! 


Do you have any advice for brides looking for a wedding planner?
Choose someone you click with and that you TRUST. It's a long, important process and if there isn't a strong relationship between you and your planner you will be miserable. Also, do your research and know what you are looking for. Is design and the overall look of your wedding important to you or are you more worried about timelines, checklists, and logistics. Every planner has a strength and a specialty so make sure you know what you are looking for!


Jen Rios Design on Tying the KnotJen Rios Design on Tying the Knot
Jen Rios Design on Tying the KnotJen Rios Design on Tying the Knot
Jen Rios Design on Tying the Knot
Jen Rios Design on Tying the Knot
Jen Rios Design on Tying the KnotJen Rios Design on Tying the Knot
Jen Rios Design on Tying the Knot
Jen Rios Design on Tying the Knot
Jen Rios Design on Tying the Knot
Jen Rios Design on Tying the Knot
Jen Rios Design on Tying the Knot
Jen Rios Design on Tying the Knot

Jen's website
Jen on Facebook
Jen on Twitter
Jen on Pinterest

posted by Laura at 11:13PM
facebooktwittergoogle+
April 10, 2013

Trying to figure out what to do with your hair? If you're like me, you can only handle so much of it before you decide to chop some inches off! Thankfully, the internet is vast and wise and full of fantastic hair tutorials to help you get the hang of taming your hair. I've put together a few fantastic tutorials that are simple and easy to follow. In this weather, they'll help you look easy-breezy in no time! 

Planning a wedding soon? Any one of these hairstyles are perfect to dress up with some lace, flowers, or net of pearls! Find your favorite hair style for a spring wedding and go get it done!

 

The TRIPLE BUN

Spring Wedding Hair Ideas

This style is super perky and cute. You can dress this up with a wedding dress or dress down with a shirt and jeans. Sometimes, you'd be surprised that such a messy-feeling bun could turn out to look so beautiful! Find the full tutorial here for your reference!

 

The FISHTAIL BRAID

Spring Wedding Hair Styles

Talk about channeling your inner mermaid. This hair style is surprisingly simple, all you need to do is divide your hair in two (not three like your typical braid!) and exchange and criss-cross half an inch from each pile. Oh! I'm making this sound way more complicated than it is. Go learn about it more here for a step by step! Thinking about this for a wedding style? Why not take a long white ribbon or some lace and incorporate it in this style? Try this tutorial if you want to braid some ribbon or string in your hair.

 

The BOW BUN

Spring Wedding Hair Styles

You're probably thinking... "What?? You mean that Lady Gaga thing?" then yes, it's the same thing! This style can combine fun and classy at the same time, depending on how you decide to dress it up! Besides, you don't have to sit this bun directly on top of your head (a la Lady Gaga esque). You can opt for a lower bow in this style, or even a side bow! And surprisingly, this hair style iseasy once you get it down. Visit here for the simple and sweet tutorial!

 

Not seeing anything you like here? Or, do you have medium/layered hair like me? I've found some nice video tutorials that feature a bunch of different updos and braided styles. Now, GO GET STYLING! 

A Collection of 10 Everyday Styles: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8N3s7O8l6k

Styles for Layered, Medium hair: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCIO6stuHkA

Medium to Long Hair Styles: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3J6_NeUqVc

Long Hair Styles: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nV2TQcVaVs

posted by Laura at 4:04PM
facebookshare on interesttwittergoogle+
April 2, 2013

We are obsessed with wedding invitations. For a bride, they're really special when it comes to spreading the news about her big day! And what better way to say it through beautiful graphic design and pretty colored paper? Dress it up in ribbon or twine, and you have yourself a gorgeous invite to send out to family and friends. So how do you choose the designer who best suits your needs? Research your favoite styles! Today we spoke with Julie Hanan about her wedding invitations! Check out the interview and her beautiful designs below. We hope you enjoy!

 

How did you get started on wedding invitations?

I actually fell into the invitation business on accident. I previously worked as an Interior Designer for a large company and unfortunately lost my job due to the economy. After looking for a job (without much success), a few close friends of mine were getting married and I offered to design their invitations for them since I had done graphic design work since I was young. Soon after designing their invitations, other friends saw my work and quickly asked for my pricing. I soon realized that I could turn my hobby into a business and Julie Hanan Design officially opened in 2010. I focus mainly on wedding and party invitations/stationery, however I do some side graphic design jobs for businesses as well!

What are your favorite materials?

I love any kind of embellishment that makes the invitation a little special. IE: Ribbon, Twine, Raffia.  I received my degree in Industrial Design, so having a product design background has really made me focus on the entire presentation rather than just on each individual card. 

Whats the craziest invitation youíve been asked to design?

I used to do more custom work than I do now, but every now and then I will do some custom jobs for close friends and family. A few crazy jobs in the past have been some birthday invitations. One girl wanted an invitation for a 1st birthday party and we used hand-made rice paper mixed with ribbon, metallic papers, etc.. to give it a very soft and elegant look. Each invitation was die cut in the shape of a balloon. The invitation turned out amazing but it was definitely time consuming!

Ampersand or And?

& or +   :)

What do you love most about your work?

I love the feeling I get once I send out an invitation set and knowing that each invitation was hand made and the utmost attention to detail is put into each and every invitation. Getting the email from the bride saying how much they (and their guests) love them makes me so happy and makes the whole process worthwhile!

What do you recommend to a bride looking for wedding invitations?

I definitely recommend checking around a lot of different sources from local shops, to online. I ask my brides how much a card at Hallmark costs, and look what you get for that cost. Research the pricing and come up with a realistic budget. Determine which style invitations you love the most and what type of feel that you want your invitation to set for your wedding since this is the first thing that your guests will see.

Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot
Julie Hanan Design on Tying the Knot

Visit Julie's Etsy Shop

Visit Julie's Website

Like Julie on Facebook

Follow @jhanandesign on Twitter

posted by Laura at 11:02AM
facebooktwittergoogle+
April 1, 2013

Wedding coming up? Not sure what to pick for a venue style? What about the colors? Flower selections? Can't decide whether to match the dress with the idea, or the idea with the dress? It's tough to try to find the perfect place to match the perfect theme. Here is some information about the four most popular wedding ideas to help you in your choices!

 

Modern Wedding

 The word we're looking for is contemporary! Think minimalistic and chic, but fresh, and simple. This theme is for the graphic designer in you. Modern weddings feature lovely geometric patterns, or clean crisp shapes. The best way to make this work is to find a venue with a lot of mirrors or windows! Let in lots of light and sense of space. Brick or cement floors can help convey that feeling of wide open spaces that really make these patterns pop.  When selecting your colors for a modern wedding, think about crisp and clear colors. A steel gray, eggplant, fuchsia, or candy-red. Always go with an all-white base and build from there! Modern dresses with shapely sillhouettes, tea-length, or one-shouldered fit the bill for a modern wedding. To go with this look, select a sassy headpiece or big bold flowers. To keep with your modern theme, match your cake with the patterns you use at your venue!

Modern Wedding Style

 

Classic Wedding

The words we're looking for is traditional and timeless! Here is your chance to channel your favorite old time icons: Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, or Jackie O. For your venue, try to find yourself a ballroom, a histioric institution, or a country club that conveys your preferred sense of timeless. This wedding style allows you a chance to decorate, decorate decorate! For your reception, here's the chance to create lush centerpieces; work with ivory linens, candelabras, and a wealth of flowers. For your color pallete, stick with neutral or pastel selections. Or, go for classic combinations like black and white, or white and tiffany blue and gold. A classic wedding dress choice is A-line, or ball gowns. Lace gowns are big for a classic lookm, but your veil will be your biggest accessory! Try to bring out that timeless look and opt for athedral veils or blusher veils. To top off this style, stick with roses for a flower selection; they come in plenty of colors and are always available throughout the year!

Classic Wedding Style

 

Vintage Wedding

The word we're looking for is nostalgia! If you're into eclectic, retro styles, or 20s, 50s designs, this would be your choice! The difference between classic and vintage, is that the former tends to be more on the modern side and the latter is dedicated to a bygone pop culture. For the venue, find yourself a historic estate, a tented garden reception, or a romantic lawn. For color choices, stick with your favorite color families; go through the hues of a single color instead of multiple colors. Try out peach, cream, yellows, soft greens and lavenders. Or, depending on the era of your choice, work with colors like golds, mint greens and bright yellow. For decoration, find soft, big-headed flowers, with delicate textures. Poppies or dahlias, if you opt for a more feminine style. This venue style is the best to bring out all of your favorite pieces of nostalgia; get a lot of candles, black and white photographs, vintage tea tins, antique vases, old bird cages, china platters, lace, and fluffy cushions. Try to find a balance inside your romantic atmosphere. To match your wedding style, search for vintage gowns at secondhand shops, or borrow from your family. Always remember to not get completely carried away and stay true to yourself! Choose what compliments you the best. To complete the vintage feeling, serve old-school cocktails (gin and tonics, or whiskey sours), and consider chocolate buttercream, ganache, mousse, or jams for the cake. Remember to top it with a vintage figure!

Vintage Wedding Style

 

Rustic Wedding

The word we're looking for is country!This style incorporates down-to-earth, natural, outdoorsy feelings, but also maintains a sophisticated look. For your venue, you'll want to find someplace outside to let nature add its beauty to your day. If you're worried about the weather and need to stick to venues that are indoors, search out a rustic space, a classic barnyard, old lodge, or a brewery. A rustic style is best used with colors that feature natural hues. Take inspiration from the woods; find soft, creamy browns or bronze, pinks, and ivories. If you want to go with more vibrant colors, go with oranges, reds, or purples. For decoration, incorporate lots of textures, moss, or  burlap. Get reclaimed wood tables, formal white-linen runners, tin pails, mason jars. Seek out textured flowers like sunflowers, thistle, chrysanthemums. Always think organic! For a gown choice, find one that is fuss-free! You want to work with your venue; think elegance and nature. Opt for an airy and etheral gown with an empire waist. The best part about a rustic wedding? Lots of comfort food! These weddings feature a more laid-back dinner, family style.

 Rustic Wedding Style

posted by Laura at 1:55PM
facebooktwittergoogle+
March 26, 2013

If you're familiar with old wedding traditions, you'll know that women used to rip into the bride's dress and her flowers in an attempt to steal some of her good luck. To escape from them, the bride would toss her bouquet and run away! Today this tradition is a bit more relaxed. Bouquets are tossed to single women with the belief that whoever catches it will be the next to marry (although even that can get messy at times)!

A lot of care goes into picking out a bouquet; a bride must find the right flowers to celebrate such a special day. But we have here one kind of bouquet that you definitely won't want to throw to your hungry crowd of bridesmaids! Today we spoke with Michelle from The White Bouquet. Michelle has been studying fine arts for eight years, and specializes in making origami roses for her brides. Check out our interview to hear more about her gorgeous work!

 

How did you get started on wedding bouquets/decorations?

I started making origami flowers when I was 8 years old. I remember it was very popular in school and all the kids were doing it during recess. Like any kid I wanted to follow my peers and I taught myself how after I got an origami kit. It was a bit frustrating at first but after a lot of trial and error I finally mastered it without help. (I was a very determined 8 year old)

As I got older I continued to make them for school fundraisers and gifts to friends and family. It was a fun hobby to do. I remember during my collage days I didn't have much money to spend on birthday gifts so I would make a little personalized bouquet for my friends. A friend of mine thought it was such a cute alternative to fresh flowers and recommended I should sell them on Etsy. I didn't know what Etsy was at the time and was intrigued. I thought I'd give it a go for fun and maybe earn a little extra spending money but I didn't think it would lead to anything wedding related.

When did you start designing for weddings?

Soon after I opened my Etsy shop, I found that a lot of people started messaging me to create origami bouquets for their weddings. I was a bit taken aback by the amount of enthusiasm shown to use my origami roses. It never really occurred to me that people would want to use them for their weddings. After receiving quite a few requests I started to look into designing a wedding bouquet line.  At the time I did not see anyone that was creating bouquets using the type of rose style I was making so I jumped at the opportunity to create something unique and different from everyone else.

What are your favorite materials?

I love rhinestones! I'm like a kid in the candy store whenever I get to play around with crystals and rhinestones. From trims, to buttons, to appliques, I always love adding something that would make a bouquet sparkle.

What is the craziest project you've been asked to design?

The craziest project I was asked to do was to design a Steampunk style wedding bouquet. A bride saw that I carried a wide range of colors she needed to match her wedding and asked if it was possible to create a Steampunk bouquet. Being a fan of Steampunk I didn't hesitate to say yes. It was actually an idea that I had been playing around with in the back of my mind. The bride I was working with was super nice and allowed a lot of creative freedom. I tried sourcing a lot of industrial looking parts to incorporate into the bouquet and shopped around at a lot of trim and bead stores. It felt a bit like a treasure hunt. It was a fun project to do and in the end the bride was ecstatic when she received her bouquet in the mail.

What do you love most about your work?

I love working with my hands and getting to create something beautiful. I also love collaborating with brides from all over the world and getting to design something special for them. Itís a great feeling when you get to be a part of someoneís most important day and helped make their dream wedding a reality.

What do you recommend to a bride looking for wedding bouquets?

I would recommend looking for something that somehow connects with you personally. Everyone is unique and different in their own way. Don't follow trends and styles to much or let it dictate how you want your wedding to be. The most important thing is finding a bouquet that you and you alone will love.

The White Boquet on Tying the Knot
The White Boquet on Tying the Knot
The White Boquet on Tying the Knot
The White Boquet on Tying the Knot
The White Boquet on Tying the Knot
The White Boquet on Tying the Knot
The White Boquet on Tying the Knot
The White Boquet on Tying the Knot

The White Boquet on Etsy

posted by Laura at 1:18PM
facebooktwittergoogle+
March 22, 2013

If anyone is excited for spring, it's me!

It's time to pull out my favorite patterns and colors after such a dreary month of snow and slush. With the warmer weather, its easier to find and wear easier and breezier styles. Big patterns this time of year are florals, thick stripes, and, my favorite, the timeless polka-dots. If you can match big vibrant colors against any of them to make them pop, all the better! Soft, pastel colors are also perfect for the Easter month; blues and greens, especially. 

Coming back into style is the traditional jean or leather jacket. Mix and match them against a skirt or dress (or even your favorite pair of pants/colored leggings) to make a really stylish outfit. Grab your favorite pair of sunglasses and heels, and you're all set.

Here are some lovely bits of spring fashion that we can start looking forward to!

Spring Fashion - Colors and Patterns

Styling in Style

Spring Fashion - Colors and Patterns Pastel Colors

Atlantic-Pacific

Spring Fashion - Polka dots!

Atlantic-Pacific

Spring Fashion - Color and Stripes

Styling in Style

 

Patterns and Colors for SPRING Weddings!

If you're looking for something fresh and adorable, dress up your wedding gown or bouquet for that spring feeling. You can find these same patterns, chevron, polka dots, and stripes, at weddings! 

Wedding Styles - Stripes and Polka Dots

The patterns don't stop just at clothes; you can find these lovely patterns in shoes, cakes, and decor!

Wedding Shoes - Polka Dots and Stripes

Stand out with some patterned shoes! via J.Crew and Something BLEU.

Wedding Polka Dot Decorations and Striped Cake

If you want to freshen-up the reception/party room, opt for some peel and stick polka dot wall decals! You can find them in plenty of colors to choose from. They're fun, and easy to use (also easy to take down when the party is over!)

Chevron Wedding Styles

You can match your cakes with your table cloths to keep up with your patterned wedding ideas!

posted by Laura at 2:34PM
facebooktwittergoogle+
March 20, 2013

Doing what you love is important! Today we spoke with Jenny from Captured Photography about her beautiful work. Jenny explains what she loves most about her job, and how important a relationship is between a bride and her photographer. Also, she just received a Two Bright Lights 2013 Editor's Choice Award! If you're a bride in Florida, the Caribbean, and the Northeast, you should check out her work! Enjoy!

What initially interested you into photography?

I originally worked in television news and have a major in journalism. I think I love photography because it is such a beautiful way to tell a story. I get to preserve memories for others. Itís a pretty sweet gig.

How long have you been professionally shooting?

I started Captured Photography by Jenny back in 2007. And jumped in to it full time once my oldest daughter, Ellie, was born in 2008. Honestly, it was super scary and intimidating to be a business owner at first. One thing led to another and after 5 years, I canít even begin to describe how happy I am to do this.

What was your favorite wedding to work on?

Oh man, I don't think I can pick just one. Obviously, the weddings were we really get to know the couple are always special. It's always fun to work on those, because you love the people in the images!

What is your photographic style - traditional, photojournalistic, etc.?

If I had to describe my style and tasteÖ it would probably be fresh, crisp, cleanÖ I love simplicity. I want my photos to be creative and modernÖ but still have a classic, timeless touch.

Do you shoot in mostly color, black and white, or both?

Both!

What is your weapon/camera of choice?

I use Canon equipment. The Canon Mark 3 is what both me and my second photographer use to shoot weddings.

Film or Digital?

Mainly Digital.

If you could work alongside any one photographer who would it be?

I love Millie Holloman, mainly for her business skills. I would love to learn more on that end from her!

Do you have any advice for brides looking for photographers?

Understand what your budget is for your wedding and then decide how much of it you feel should be put towards photography. But donít just stop there. Understand what style of photography you like. Check out the photographerís portfolio and recent weddings. And be sure the photographer you are interested in does quality work every time. Then, meet with them. Get to know each other. After all, they will be with you the entire wedding day. You want to be sure they are easy to work with and helpful.

Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot
Captured Photography on Tying the Knot

Captured Photography's Website
Captured Photography on facebook
Captured Photography on twitter

posted by Laura at 12:01PM
facebooktwittergoogle+
March 12, 2013

Today, we have a special vendor feature that creates letterpress invitations!

If you are unfamiliar with the process, letterpress is an antique printing method that uses images and text on a raised surface that is dipped in ink and pressed against the paper. It produces a matte ink design or lettering that is sharply impressed rather than raised. You can be sure that this is a longer process than the digital printing, but the results are classy. They leave a lovely print on textured paper that is often simple and elegant designs with a distinct style.

Lucky Penny Paperie specializes in creating dreamy, romantic and eclectic Wedding Correspondence for the Non-traditional bride.  Jessica’s charming and original letterpress work is done through the use of a vintage Vandercook SP 15 letterpress! Amazing! We hope you enjoy. 

How did you get started on wedding invitations?

I worked in television/motion graphics for 6 years out of college, and really started to miss print design. I've always loved gorgeous paper and printmaking, so I decided to go back to my roots and decided wedding invitations were right up my alley. I love working with brides and couples, because they are always so happy and excited!

What are your favorite materials?

I love the look and feel of the letterpress printing method, and I just recently started incorporating watercolor patterns into my designs.

What’s the craziest invitation you’ve been asked to design?

I've designed quite a few wedding invitations for international couples. Not that they are that crazy-I just find it very interesting how etiquette and traditions are different in every country. 

Ampersand or And?

Ampersand!

What do you love most about your work?

This is a hard question. I love everything about it. But if I had to pick one thing, it would be when all of the production is completed and I have the final product in my hands. That feeling of success and completion- and knowing that they will make an engaged couple very happy.

What do you recommend to a bride looking for wedding invitations?

Look for invitations that express your life as a couple and mirror the feel of your wedding. Your invitations are the first thing that will introduce your guests to what your wedding (and you as a couple) is like, so they are very important!

Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot
Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot
Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot
Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot
Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot
Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot
Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot
Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot
Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot
Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot
Lucky Penny Paperie on Tying the Knot

Lucky Penny Paperie on Etsy

Lucky Penny Paperie Website

posted by ttkadmin at 11:10AM
facebooktwittergoogle+
Syndicate content
 

featured vendors of the month

handmade wedding items

Etsy has a great selection of wedding related products. They have a whole category dedicated to it. If you’re looking for something unique, chances are you can find it there.Even Courtney sells her wedding invitations in Etsy.

amazing vendor directory

We really appreciate well thought out design at Tying the Knot. WeddingLovely is an amazing curation of top of the line wedding vendors all in one place. You will never be disappointed with their recommendations. Check it out ot find all your vendors!

connect with us

or