Favors: Vosges Chocolates
Vosges has been more than good to me ever since starting Brooklyn Bride, and I couldn’t think of a better favor to give our guests than a pair of their amazing truffles! I was able to use their white favor boxes, and sent them a selection of yellow and green ribbon for them to tie on for me and no extra cost. We also included little Moo card with pictures in and around Brooklyn with a little note from the two of us. They were very accommodating and the truffles were DEE-lish!
1” buttons: Busy Beaver Button Co.
Busy Beaver Button Co. is incredibly easy to work with….I designed the pins according to their template, emailed them over, and had pins less than 2 weeks later! The owner even sent me a sample when I was a little concerned with color matching, but they looked amazing and everyone loved them.
[images by Belathée Photography and Brooklyn Bride]
Chad’s office got us a set of these City Plates, and they really are the coolest thing! Not only are they great to eat off of, but they’d look amazing arranged on the wall.
[image from 2Modern]
[images from Supermarket]
Wishpot is a great way to let people know what you’re dying to get…without the hassle of a traditional registry. You don’t have to worry about selecting items from certain stores since you can “register” for anything from ANY store online! They’ve got a fun list of bridal experts ranging from Ecochic Weddings to Weddingbee to….well, me! You can check out what all of us are coveting….mine’s a little bare to start, but I plan on adding to it once the wedding activity dies down a bit.
[images from Wishpot]
Now this is something interesting to register for….designed by Lovegrove and Repucci for Areaware, this New York set is the updated version of traditional delft blue dinnerware.
[image from Unicahome]