Martha Stewart Weddings

January 15

Martha Stewart Weddings Facebook Chat

We are very excited to announce that next week we will be doing a live Facebook chat with our friends at Martha Stewart Weddings. This is a wonderful opportunity to have your personal questions answered by stationery, etiquette and planning experts from Martha Stewart Weddings and Wedding Paper Divas. Not sure how to kindly ask your wedding guests to leave their children at home? Wondering if your save the dates need to match your invitation design? Join us next Tuesday and let us help.

What: Live Facebook Chat with Martha Stewart Weddings
When: Tuesday, January 22 from 10-11 a.m. Pacific (1-2 p.m. Eastern)
Where: The chat will take place on Martha Stewart Weddings Facebook page – we will see you there!


In addition to having direct access to editors from Martha Stewart Weddings and our very own stationery experts, you will receive 10 free samples and be entered to win up to $250 from Wedding Paper Divas just for participating. You can see all the rules and details here.


November 7

DIY Divas: Have Fun With Your Guests

At most weddings, it’s the small, thoughtful details that your guests will remember most.  Little things can stand out in a big way, especially when they actually make a direct impression on your guests.

While surfing my favorite list of wedding websites, I stumbled across an amazing DIY idea on Darcy’s Wedding Idea of the Day that is sure to up your guests’ fun factor.  Although it will take some imagination, it’s light on the budget.

Darcy suggests placing large glass containers or vases on the bars.  Inside, the couple places “dares” written on slips of paper, such as “Ask the Bride to Dance” or “Introduce Yourself to Someone New”.  Not only does this encourage guests to mingle, it gets conversation flowing!  Plus, with the only supplies needed being paper, a few vases, a nice pen and a lot of imagination, you can’t find an easier project!

As an option, you could also change the “dares” to fortunes so that the guests aren’t actually required to put in any work.  Either way, this idea is an adorable DIY project that is sure to entertain your guests!