Sweet Treats + Mason Jar Wedding Flowers

Happy Friday our sweets! What a week it has been.

Can you believe the end of April has already arrived? Well, we have some Sweet Treats for you to check out get some inspiration, see what is going on and give some well deserved talented peeps a little love.

1. We are finding that there is a plethora of talent in Salt Lake City area. Loving Chudleigh Weddings Photography. Animals faces and pirates all the rage.

2. We kinda are in love with Amanda Rae Photography. Not only is she cuter than cute she was also our model at the last stylelab workshop. She is super duper talented and has some lovely work to check out. I want that flower arrangement for my dinner table.

3. Don’t forget about our custom downloads all for you and all for love.

4. Found this sweet little golden hair petal piece that would look fabu on you. Dainty cute and ohh so lovely. Get them over at Sibo Designs. She has so many pretty things that you will love. I promise.

5. Last but not least one of our favorite Boudoir artists, Jen Williams Boudoir does some ohh so sexy work. Check more racy photos here.

1. Check out Susie and Dan’s Mad Men Save The Date Mad Men Inspired Save The Date Invite

2. Get inspired with some Black, White & Red Wedding Ideas

3. Get your E-Session on with a Southern Oregon 50’s Wedding Engagement

4. Get some classic wedding ideas at an Eastern Shore, Maryland Real Wedding

5. Feel the retro love with some Record Wedding Invitations

6. Download our Free Custom Save The Date Vintage Biplane

7. Peek at some Luxurious Turquoise Wedding Jewerly

8. Visit the Ohio Wedding With A Oscar de la Renta Wedding Dress

9. Glam it up with a Old Hollywood Glamorous Wedding

10. Try on some Hollywood Vintage Hair Styles

12. Feel the romance at our Romantic San Ysidro Ranch Wedding

13. Take a moment to view some Purple Dessert Table Ideas

14. Visit a Santa Barbara Shabby Chic Wedding

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Mad Men Inspired Save The Date Invites Templates

Do It Yourself, or DIY, wedding projects allow you to create your own personalized favors and touches that can be applied in any way you can imagine on your special day, for a shower, a party or whenever. All you need are some basic items and a little creativity.

These Mad Men Inspired Save The Date Invites Templates are inspired by Susie, our own Wedding Chick, who had a Mad Men inspired wedding of her own. They can be customized with your colors and other info. They’re MAD. See them here and get started. We have lots more DIY project ideas here.


Design Tips from Susie:
1) The “IN” will always be the same color as the background color. “LOVE” is always white. Keep that in mind as you choose your other colors.

2) If you want the full bleed (so the color goes all the way to the edges of your paper), print each centered on a full sheet of letter size card stock, or save paper by printing two per sheet, with the design at a size of 6 inches wide by 4 inches high. Then trim them down to size with a paper cutter, or even easier, just take them to Kinkos and have them cut for you.

3) If you want to take the theme a step further, send them out as postcards with vintage stamps. I found a large selection of unused stamps from the early 60s on Ebay that we’ll be using on ours.

4) If you’d like to use your own fonts and colors in the custom text area, just leave those fields blank when you create your image with our custom tool. Then you can open the file in another program, like Photoshop, and place your text in the fonts of your choice on top of the design.

Go crazy!

Categories: All DIY Projects, DIY Printable Wedding Templates

Black, White & Red Wedding Ideas

The Stylish Soiree shared with some great black, white & red details that we know you would enjoy. This entire chic set up was inspired by Chanel Spring 2010 Ready to Wear runway show that could be translated into a beautifully styled wedding. There are more photos to see over at SMP from this stylish set up that you might be interested in checking out.

Studio 28 shot this gorgeous set up at Brookside Equestrian Center to resemble the actual Chanel runway show that took place under a huge wooden barn that had a farm-like equestrian feel. If you are already ooh and awing at the red and black flowers they where designed by one of our favorites, JL Designs & Events.

Read on below to learn more on how this stylish event came to life

Rosettes, bows and sheer, feminine fabrics like tulle and lace characterized the bridesmaid looks, which were primarily black and white with vibrant pops of red as seen in the Chanel show. Oversized headpieces with messy hair lent an editorial drama to the girly ensembles, and lace tights were worn under both changes of clothes to mimic those seen on the runway. All three wedding gowns used in the shoot were from Lâ’ezu Atelier in Beverly Hills, and makeup and hair artist Dedra Whitt created the fresh bridal and bridesmaid hair and makeup to mimic what was seen in the show.

The tablescape featured the khaki colored Russian linen from Wildflower Linens paired with a table runner I created from black and white tweed fabric, a classic Chanel fabric choice. Wildflowe’s cream hemstitch ivory napkins were folded beneath the black French glass charger plates from Party Rental King and topped with menus hand-written by Calligraphy Katrina, who also created the red place cards.

Carissa from JL Designs & Events created the floral tablescape with various milk glass containers scattered down the center of a long table. Carissa incorporated a mixture of white and red florals that included ranunculas, tulips, blackberries and anemones, which were prominently featured in the Chanel show attached to shoes, bags and as hair pieces. Carissa also made the stunning bridal and bridesmaid bouquets from anemones and blackberries, and we wrapped the stems in the signature Chanel tweed fabrics.

JL Designs & Events & The Stylish Soiree are both preferred members and proud sponsors of The Wedding Chicks

Styling, & design development: Yelena Johnson, The Stylish Soiree
Photography:  Studio 28 Photo
Floral Design: JL Designs & Events
Paper Goods: Calligraphy Katrina and Maison du Papier
Hair & Makeup: Dedra Whitt
Venue: Brookside Equestrian Center
Wedding Dresses: Lâ’ezu Atelier
Rentals: Party Rental King;
Linens: Wildflower Linens

Categories: Inspirational Shoots

Southern Oregon 50’s Wedding Engagement

Celebrate Life Photography shared with us this 50’s inspired engagement session.

There where so many cute photos in this engagement shoot I seriously could not decide which ones to put up. You definitely have to check out Celebrate Life Photography to see some of the other photos. You can, here and  click here To see the entire engagement session.

Natalee & Rhett’s wedding theme is a 50’s backyard BBQ, and they wanted the engagement session to have a similar theme. I think they nailed it right on the head.

Celebrate Life Photography is an Oregon wedding photographer who is also a preferred member and proud sponsor of The Wedding Chicks.

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