Weekly Wrap-Up + Free Download!
Gia of betsywhite stopped by this morning to share another gorgeous save-the-date download. Inspired by this fresh Fall palette she shared on her blog this week, she designed a vintage-meets-modern Save-the-Date card. Simply download, type in your information and print!
As usual, GIa created bonus palettes to match your wedding colors.
Download Vintage Save-the-Date
And the winner of the fabulous $250 giftcard to Williams-Sonoma is….
Amanda I!, comment #31, who said: “I knew he was the one when I told him I had a couple of days off right after we started dating, and he suggested we take a trip to Key West. A trip was exactly what I had in mind, and we’ve been traveling together as often as possible since.”
Congratulations! We will be in touch with you shortly.
Some links for your weekend…
+ We’re still drooling over this DIY wedding shot by Jonas Peterson
+ The cutest ring bearer: how about having your pooch as your ring holder?
+ An eclectic Jane Austen-meets-1960s wedding. If you’re looking to mix different eras and needed inspiration, be sure to bookmark this wedding.
+ Love birds
+ Smitten by this 1920s vintage wedding and the couple’s incredible sense of style. The bride’s gorgeous gown was found at a steal for £100!
Earlier this week we announced the judges for our DIY Contest. We will begin posting our favorite entries on October 4th, and we seriously can’t wait to start sharing them. I am overwhelmed by the creativity! There’s still time if you would like to participate. The deadline for submissions is October 3rd. First place winner will receive $500 , second place will receive a $300 gift card to ModCloth and third place will receive a Silhouette Machine (a $299 value). Everyone is welcome to participate – brides, Etsy sellers, crafty moms, creative florists, stylish event designers…everyone around the globe with a creative idea!
Cute designs, congrat amanda on the win!
Awesome! I’m so excited. I’ve never won anything like this before. Thanks so much!
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