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We have a rare treat for you all today, sweethearts. Over the years we’ve seen many a bride share her dream wedding with us, but today we’ve got a wedding put together by the groom and his mother as a surprise for the bride. We’ve got all the deets from the groom himself on how he was able to put it together with the help of Joseph + Jaime Photography and Coriander Girl, so let’s jump in! From the groom, Mike: I’m a lucky guy. I married the girl next door. My parents moved to the small town of Baltimore, Ontario, about ten years ago.

As Ink Remains // BLOG Guys, it’s Fall. And can I just say that it’s been the most beautiful Fall… The air is perfectly crisp, the sunshine is still strong, and layering is at an all time high (layers are probably how I like to dress the best. Etsy Russian Team Today, we'd like to introduce our team member Aleksa who runs CitrusCat shop on Etsy. - Please tell us a little bit about yourself What can I tell about myself? I'm 23, I have a young, ambitious and full of hope for a brighter future. :) By education I am a psychologist, but psychology does not attract me as a profession. I'm a self taught handmade artist trying to turn my favorite hobby into life style and profession. I create unusual jewelry.

DIY Vintage Save-the-Date I am beyond thrilled to be a guest blogger for Brides Magazine today! This save-the-date project I created is so easy, it almost feels wrong! With the same concept, you can make menus, escort cards and place cards stamped on nearly anything. Elizabeth Anne Designs: The Wedding Blog - Wedding Ideas and Inspiration No words can express our love for the beauty that unfolds on our favorite blogs each and every day and this week the wedding world was blooming with a limitless amount of prettiness. We are so thankful that we get to close out every Friday with a small amount of lovely from the week. Have a beautiful weekend! {Image by Lisa Lefkowitz via Snippet & Ink} A few of our favorites from the week:

An Apple a Day I'm in awe that new years keep on happening and with greater frequency than ever before. Meaningless perhaps, only a date on a calendar, but I put a lot of stock in new beginnings so January first will always mean something here. 2011 was full and beautiful and also so altering that I'm struggling to make sense of it. Bite-sized chunks will have to do. I worshiped Elmwood. I woke up to see the sunrise and fell asleep swatting mosquitoes. Party + Wedding Ideas Personalized Felt Heart Muslin Bag DIY by Sally J Shim Personalized Felt Heart Muslin Bags come in handy for packaging little treats or goodies for Valentine’s Day or for birthday party favors. Felt comes in a variety of colors and iron-on letters can be found in various colors and fonts, allowing you to customize your Personalized Felt Heart Muslin Bags. If hearts don’t strike your fancy, try cutting out circles, squares, or your favorite geometric shape.

Project Wedding Blog It’s that time of week again! Here are some of our editor’s favorite boards and ideas that you may have missed: 13 Family and Friend Poses – Because every bride needs a photo sharing a kiss with her dad, hugging her mom, in between her best friends or siblings, and with the entire group of guests from above. DIY Spring Boutonnieres – Do not fear — making these rose, solidago, and monte carlo boutonnieres are actually one of the easiest do-it-yourself projects to tackle for a fraction of the price. clever nettle - vintage & fashion in portland, oregon A few misc film images that I like as a group. Organic shapes, petals, creatures, and some good colors. I – A double exposure of Sydney from a Yo Vintage shoot, maybe even two years ago, at the old Fieldwork Flowers HQ. II – Megan’s flower crown leading our way to Victoria, from our little roadtrip up there earlier this year for Crystal Visions. Rachel has been posting a few photos from last year’s party on her instagram, which you should follow.

Macaron Coin Purse Just can’t help for not making these sweet little macaron coin purses when one of Craft Passion’s Facebook fans showed them to me. Thanks to XYZZhandmade for her inspiring handmade and some tutorial links in Japanese, this, this, this and this. No, I can’t read Japanese but I can guess from the pictures on how to sew it. Here is the English version of tutorial on how to sew this macaron coin purse where I add more details in the sewing. The space inside the coin purse is quite limited but good enough to place some small jewelries like ear rings, rings; may be to keep some small coins, folded money; a place to keep small piece of note that wrote your shopping list and reminder etc.

Party + Wedding Ideas 2014 Garland DIY by Sally J Shim The new year is around the corner and a perfect way to get excited for the brand new year is to create a fun and festive 2014 garland. You can customize your garland to coordinate with your holiday décor or create a garland using your favorite color palette as inspiration and keep it hanging all year long. Try backing the cut-out numbers in pretty patterned paper, holiday gift wrap, glitter paper, or fabric. Click through for instructions… Intimate Weddings - Small Wedding Blog - DIY Wedding Ideas - Small Wedding Venues and Locations Posted on April 14, 2014 by Gaelan We think any excuse to go to Paris is a good one! And for Davina and Kyle, eloping was as good an excuse as any.

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