March 2011

March 31

Bold Wedding Inspiration Board

Using bold, striking graphics in an eye-catching color combination is a chic way to work a modern theme for your wedding. Black and white is undeniably classic, but once you add pops of bold, bright color and geometric design elements, it becomes decidedly modern.   L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Bold Geometry invitation, Dress, Desserts […]

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March 30

Real Weddings: Laura and Benjamin

Today’s Real Wedding features the wedding of Laura and Benjamin, which took place at Hillbrook Club in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. The bright periwinkle blue used throughout the wedding, paired with touches of lilac in the flowers worked beautifully in the lush green venue. The bride even created sweet and simple props that made for some charming photographs! Here […]

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March 29

Black Tie Carnival Affair Inspiration Board from Beau-Coup

The bloggers at our wedding favors partner Beau-coup recently posted this wonderful carnival themed inspiration board. This tugs at our heart strings and takes us back to childhood fun. For more party inspiration and wedding ideas, check out the Beau-coup blog. There’s nothing like a classic gumball machine to bring out your inner child. So […]

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March 29

A Crafty Cake Two Ways: Eye Candy

If you love all things colorful, cute and delicious, this Eye Candy feature is going to make your Tuesday. When I spotted this darling confection on 100 Layer Cake, the DIY Diva in me jumped for joy! Between the homemade bunting, vintage striped straws and charming lettering—what could be sweeter?

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March 28

Enclosure Card Etiquette: Today’s Diva Dish

Although some wedding etiquette questions can be tricky, we’re true pros when it comes to wedding stationery questions. Take this inquiry, for instance: Dear Divas, I might be a stationery newbie, but I’m totally perplexed by what goes on enclosure cards. What is the proper etiquette there? Thanks, Cathy M. — Dear Cathy, Don’t worry—our […]

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