First off, if you have never visited Style Me Pretty, head over right now and check it out. Features some great weddings that are sure to inspire. Thanks to Abby and her post the other day, I learned about Oslo Press, a fabulous design house that creates invites, programs, or any other piece for your wedding on pieces of wood as well as on paper. The wood element totally caught my attention, I think this needs to be incorporated into the wedding stat.
Place cards are a great way to tie in other elements that you have used prior to the day of the wedding. Take graphics from your invites or save the dates and repeat those for your place cards and table numbers. Another environmentally friendly way to show people to their seats is to print out a large foam board that has been printed with your design as well as the table numbers and the guests at each table that can be placed at a central location at the entrance of your reception site.
Created by Sasha Souza Events and her bride Kristen, this photobooth idea is amazing. I happen to be very partial to traditional photobooths, but this also holds so many possibilities for your own style at your wedding. Modern, Vintage, you name it and you could turn this into one element of your wedding that your guests will not forget.
As Mike and I are almost 100 days from our upcoming nuptials, and the wedding planning is coasting along, I felt it was time to create a space where I could share daily inspiration photos and ideas with everyone. Each of the brides (and grooms!) I've worked with have had unbelieveable style and amazing ideas that I love bringing to life for them. My mission is to make things less stressful for each of my clients when it comes to planning for their wedding, all while creating an event that they will have FABULOUS memories of for the rest of their life. I am truly blessed to work with some great vendors here in St. Louis, and can't wait to work with even more of them as Simply & Forever grows.