Joy of Oh Joy! just came out with a line of wedding invitations exclusively for Wedding Paper Divas, and they are exceptionally beautiful! There’s only one line up for now, but more is to come, so stay tuned. The colorways are so fun!
[images from WPD]
I can’t believe I haven’t written about the invitations by Wedding Paper Divas yet! They’re an online store that sells any and all of your paper needs [invites, thank yous, rehearsal dinner invites, etc] by many amazing designers. My favorites include ones by Good on Paper and Paper + Cup….but there are seriously so many to choose from so you’ll never have a problem finding something for any taste. The “diva’s” parent company, Tiny Prints, is offering Brooklyn Bride readers a chance to win a $50 gift certificate for purchases at either store! Just leave a comment below with why you’d like to win the certificate, or with what style is your favorite! Winner will be posted on Monday! Good luck! [please no anonymous posts]
[images from Wedding Paper Divas]
Chelsea passed along the New Ketubah site to me, and I just had to post! So many times I see ladies on the Indiebride boards looking for interesting ketubahs, so it nice to have someone I can recommend. Designed by Tsilli Pines out in Portland, the ketubahs are limited edition prints that are stitched with silk or cotton thread…perfect for the modern couple. Check her site for more designs.
[images from New Ketubah]
Erica told me about her friend Jenna recently who is doing her wedding calligraphy, and after seeing her work, she’s absolutely amazing! Jenna actually does all that cool writing you see at the Anthropologie store in Rockefeller Center, and even better, is a Brooklyn girl! Email her for ad rates, and snap her up quick, because I can just tell she will be popular. [that first one is my favorite!]
[images from Love, Jenna]
Remember Viola + Phillip’s fabulous wedding photos? Well I just stumbled upon Viola’s graphic design site where more photos are found showing all the wonderful paper goods she designed for the event! All her details are just perfect. Viola also has an etsy shop with some of her stationery goodies, so check it out. [photos by Anna Kuperberg]
[images from Chewing the Cud]