Good morning! I can’t believe it’s already June and the official first day of summer is quickly approaching! It has been 7 months since our wedding, but who’s counting?
When I first began doing my research on menus for our wedding, I was contemplating not having a paper menu at all but instead making a large chalkboard menu, similar to this. As much as I love that, I realized it might be more practical for each guest to have a menu in front of them. We chose to do paper menus that had the same theme as our invitations and place cards.
Wedding Paper Divas
Everything matched and I was happy with that! The menus were pretty, but I felt like they needed a little something extra. That’s where the bling came in. I purchased these at Hobby Lobby on sale, and they worked perfectly! Here’s the end result:
Photography: Sargeant Creative
I think even that simple little red rhinestone made the menus that much better and completed our black, white, and red theme. And I had fun putting them together 🙂
Have a fabulous day!
Hey guys! My next order of business in the wedding planning = invitations! I’ve started to do some research online, and there’s so many options to chose from. Do I order them online, try to make them myself, or a combination of both? I’m leaning towards the 1st option, since I really don’t seem to have any time these days 😉
I used Pear Tree Greetings for my save the dates and was really pleased with how they turned out. I’ve been browsing their wedding invitation collection and there’s a few that have caught my eye. Also, I’m a fan of Wedding Paper Divas. They have a huge selection and I love all their designs.
Here’s just a few of my favorite invites that I’ve found around the web to give me some inspirations. As a little girl growing up collecting all kinds of letters and stationery, I sure can appreciate all these beautiful paper goods!
Cherry Berry Paper via 100 Layer Cake
via Green Wedding Shoes
I love this modern damask pattern invite …via Smitten on Paper
Paper Freckles | Photography: Stephanie Yonce Photography
And I just love Rifle Paper Co’s pretty invites …
Stationery: Rifle Paper Co. | Photography: Leah McCormick
Rifle Paper Co. via Ruffled
Vintage handkerchief invitation from Etsy via Style Me Pretty
Smitten on Paper
Any recommendations from those of you who have already chosen your wedding invitations or know of good websites to explore? I’d love to hear your feedback!
Have a great night!