A collaboration in the truest sense, the handkerchiefs were designed by Kelli Anderson, then Youngna had the handkerchiefs printed from Spoonflower and then cut and packaged each for guests. Such a sweet and thoughtful keepsake! I would DIE to get one of these jewels in the mail!
If you’re interested in learning more about the behind the scenes process, check out Kelli’s post about it here. Thanks for sharing Youngna!
[images from Kelli Anderson]
Thanks to everyone who applied for the editor and intern positions here at Brooklyn Bride! I promise I will get back to you as soon as I dig out of this enormous pile of emails! I’m keeping applications open through Tuesday, so if you know anyone interested, let them know.
Here are some fun links from the week for your long weekend…I’ll see you back here on Tuesday!
Remember this rock and roll engagement shoot we featured a few weeks ago? Well Carolyn and Matthew got married in an intimate (count 5 guests!) Brooklyn ceremony on the water and the pics are up on DiBezi’s blog…check them out!
- This seersucker wedding by Brooke Fitts was amazing! [via Snippet & Ink]
- Adorable invitations from Australian stationers Mitchell & Dent [via Oh So Beautiful Paper]
- This DIY framed box is a must have for my new apartment…[via design*sponge]
- My birthday’s coming up…I need this keychain STAT! [via Prismera Design]
[image from DiBezi Photography]
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The 1st issue of NonPareil Magazine is out and it looks fabulous! Chock full of templates and inspiration for you budding DIY brides…make sure you check it out. This keepsake boutonniere story was particularly fun and easy. Congrats Maddy and Kristen!
[image from NonPareil]
Its not every day you see a wedding with practically no flowers used…but thats just the case with Amber + Joe’s wedding! They had some pretty talented family and friends helping them out, but Amber can explain it better…
us: We met in our first class in the graduate program in anthropology at The New School for Social Research. We were casually disinterested friends for two and a half years before we were in a study group together and realized we were in love. We decided to get married because we love each other so much, and a wedding seemed like a really good way to celebrate that with the people in our lives. We both love books (ok, we’re nerds), our friends, and don’t care for impersonal wedding traditions, so we decided from the start that we could make our wedding whatever we wanted it to be. When things got stressful we would just say to each other, “At the end of this we get to get married!” Most of all, we wanted everyone to have fun.
Our parents helped us so much, but as struggling anthropologists, we still had a very small budget to work with, so we and our friends constructed, created, wrote, and made every part of our wedding. It was truly collaborative, and truly us.
You guys really impressed me this year with your fabulous cards! Lots of great ideas for DIY projects that can be translated into wedding project…and these are only SOME of the cards I received! My mailbox was packed for days!! Stay tuned and I’ll be showing some behind the scenes behind MY holiday card!
[images from my hubby Chad]