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Freebie Fridays: Vintage Postcard Brushes

I was in free download heaven when I came across this high resolution vintage postcard brush set! These brushes are scans from postcards from the 20s, and the resolution is high enough to print real size postcards without compromising quality. These would make lovely table numbers, save the date cards, or guest book cards:

Free Vintage Postcard Brush

Free Vintage Postcard Brush

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Regal Veils

I’d like to think of myself as a pretty low-maintenance, drama-free girl. I like my clothes and decor a bit understated.  I prefer solids to patterns, and don’t really put too much spice on my food.

However, underneath all of that, I would love to be a “go big or go home” type of girl. Spicy foods, hot pink floral wall paper and If your going to do a veil, it better be cathedral length…or longer.

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Queen Elizabeth had the right idea for her 1947 wedding.  What a statement! The cathedral veil is not for the faint of heart.

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Lace. Doilies. Oh My!

Ok, I love lace.  It is beautiful and vintage. Lace can take on a life of its own and when used as a design element can add whimsy to even the most drab fabric, table, paper, what have you. It is so versatile and I might be a little obsessed with how I can incorporate it into my wedding!

I am already using paper doilies on my DIY invites (the inspiration to which will be pictured below).  I also plan to use lace doilies on the tables, paper lace doily garlands, lace wrapped mason jars… I think you get the idea. So this post I don’t plan to bore you with my ranting about lace and how much I love it (wait, is it to late for that?) but rather, post some of my personal favorite inspirational pictures.  I love these images and have been tremendously inspired by them. I hope you are too!

First of all, an ode to Martha:

Paper Doilies

From Lovely Garland.

Paper Doilies

An incredible table trend on Once Wed and Paper Lace invitation inspiration from Lee and Hamilton Wedding Blog:

Paper Doilies

Who didn’t love this vintage chic wedding via Style Me Pretty:

Paper Doilies

And this is just the tip of the lovely lace iceberg!

Do you love lace? How are you incorporating it into your wedding?

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