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These laser cut invitations from Melbourne based Classic Wedding Invitations really struck me with the intricate, modern designs that the laser cuts lend themselves to. The duo have designed a range of suites showing off the different ways lasers can be used – from metallic card, to wood and coloured acrylic. It lends such a different feel to a wedding invitation and is one of those things that truly excites me!
The company has a selection of set designs (one of my favourites, not featured today, includes a delicate church which unfolds as the invitation is opened). They remind me so much of pop up books and “game” books I played with when I was growing up and I’m not sure if I could part with one if I was to receive it (though to be honest I have kept every single wedding invitation I’ve ever received…).
Classic Wedding Invitations can also add to the invitation by creating matching place cards, RSVP cards and decor items and if you don’t like one of their designs, they will happily create a custom piece just for you.
About time we got a DIY project from a self-identified Groomzilla! Check out Tribesman Stevejust’s badass centerpieces.
Our wedding had this sort of urban-eco theme going on. With street art. So we brought the streets to the wedding. In keeping with our invitations, guest book, and programs, this is what we came up with for the centerpieces.
Here’s a look at the behind-the-scenes construction:
Is there anything more satisfying than getting that LONG Tetris piece right when you’ve built up that perfect pocket for it? Karen and Ian know what I’m talking about — they brought their love of Tetris together with their love for each other in their awesome and interactive Tetris pop-up wedding invitations.
What happens when you get a dream team like Christianne Taylor Weddings, Vanessa Noel Events, and Blomma Bloem Design together? Pure magic in the form of this Malibu wedding, that’s what. Read on for more of Courtney and Aaron’s cute proposal story and an eye-catching ranunculus-filled reception:
From the bride, Courtney: Aaron and I met while we were both serving on staff at Mt. Hermon Christian Conference Center. We endured two years of long distance relationship, sticking together through thick and thin. One weekend last summer, we went to stay at his parent’s house on the almond farm. Early Saturday morning, he begged me to come with him to check the irrigation system, to which I finally agreed after he tried a few attempts! Still in my pajamas, he lead me to a picnic set up under the trees. I asked him if this was for us, and he just smiled at me, continuing to hold my hand as we walked towards the blanket. After a very thoughtful game, he asked me to marry him, to which I ecstatically said yes!
I love so many things about this sweet budget savvy cabin wedding. The bride found so many creative ways to save money – by utilizing family and friends’ talents and reusing items they already had. The bride even wore her mother’s wedding dress which is something you just don’t see very often so I thought that was really special. I love that they kept things low key and only focused on what was important to them as a couple. Be sure to read Lynae’s advice – she’s got some great tips. xoxo Jessica
Neal + Lynae
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We’ve got our noses stuck in the book of love with this week’s theme: bookish weddings! Turn the page — I mean, scroll down — for literature-loving fun.
The Offbeat Bride: Kristina, Children’s Librarian
Her offbeat partner: Matthew, High School Chemistry Teacher and Technical Director
Date and location of wedding: Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation in Waltham, MA — October 7, 2013
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