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Terrain at Styers

When I spotted these photos on Laura Novak's blog from the Terrain at Styers Event, I knew I had to share these with you. They are now doing weddings and events, much to our Pennsylvania area brides' joy! If you haven't heard of Terrain yet, it's a sister company of a little store called Anthropolog ...

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Wooden Crates and Flower Boxes

Vintage crates and flower boxes. What else screams summer weddings more than that? The texture of old wooden boxes mixed with bold colors and seasonal flowers, and ta-da, a gorgeous tablescape was born. Love the rustic wooden caddies with the rich texture of the flowers below: Photos by Carrie Pater ...

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Nautical Wedding Ideas

Hope everyone had a great weekend! We have some great weddings to share this week, but first I wanted to share a little bit more about my first visit to the National Stationery Show. One of my favorite booths at the National Stationery Show was Jack and Lulu's. They are based out of Rhode Island, he ...

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DIY Vintage Book Ring Holder

Happy Friday! I thought I'd leave you with an easy peasy DIY project for the weekend. Brittni from papernstitch sent over this DIY vintage book ring holder tutorial. Brittni made one for her own Library wedding last year, but this ring holder would look beautiful in any ceremony. I can imagine using ...

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Wedding Invitations by Rifle Paper Co.

We'll be doing a thorough National Stationery Show round up on the blog soon, but first I wanted to give you a sneak peek of Anna Bond's wedding invitation line to be launched this month. Rifle Paper Co. stole my heart a long time ago, and they never cease to amaze me. Anna's hand drawn lettering an ...

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Wedding Window Websites

I'd like to introduce you to another great Ruffled sponsor - Wedding Window. They offer custom wedding websites with several color options and now they launched a feature that you can have unique photos on every page. Having a wedding website is a handy dandy tool in the planning process, specially ...

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