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Gorgeous Gifting with Wedding Paper Divas

‘Tis the season of gifting m’dears, and when it comes to weddings, treating your family and friends to a few fun goodies is always a fab idea! From your day-of favors to post-wedding thank you’s and even holiday gifts, Wedding Paper Divas is your one stop shop for paper pretties, goods that’ll show off your engagement and wedding photos, and fancy ribbons and bows to top off all the lovely.

We think a gorgeous package is just as important as the gift inside. So when it comes to all the toppings, like shimmery and satin ribbons, tulle, gift tags and enclosure cards, Wedding Paper Divas takes the cake. I’ve personally been eyeing the Gold Shimmer Ribbon and adorable mini Enclosure Cards. Best part? You can even coordinate your package design with your wedding stationery!

From photo decor for Mom including canvas art, calendars and mugs—to personalized gifts for your ‘maids like monogram notepads and address stamps, there’s plenty to stock up on for all of your nearest and dearest. On my holiday list this year? A lovely Address Stamp for Mom and pretty Notepads for my girls to keep organized during wedding planning! We’re even creating a fun photo wall to share some of our engagement photos on Canvas Art—a little holiday gift to ourselves.

And bonus! Wedding Paper Divas is in the giving spirit, ‘tis the season! Leave a comment below telling us what pretty item you’d pair with your photos for gifting and you’ll have a chance to win a $300 Wedding Paper Divas credit. Winner will be chosen on 12/24. Head over and get your gifting on in style!

Terms & Conditions: Can all be found right here.  Good luck darlings!!!

Gold-Dotted Wrapped Gift Image: Laura Clarke Photography | Scalloped Black & Gold Enclosure Cards and Shimmer Ribbon: Wedding Paper Divas | Photo Canvas Art and Address Stamp: Wedding Paper Divas | Silver & Kraft Gift Image: Valerie Busque


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Rhode Island Pink Tented Wedding

Any bride who gives her wedding a big ol’ dose of pink is a bride after my own heart. And from the florals by Orchid ‘N Blooms to the bridesmaids’ dresses in the prettiest shade, there’s no shortage of pink moments to make me stop and swoon. The always fabulous Emily Delamater snapped of gallery of lovely images, and they’re all waiting right this way.


From Emily Delamater… Karen knew exactly what she wanted for her wedding, clean bright and classic with pink and gold details. As most of Hoong’s family was coming from Malaysia for the wedding, it was a perfect opportunity for the couple to introduce his family to New England and the Blithewold Mansion made for an idilic backdrop. The sprawling grounds and gardens were in full bloom surrounding them during the ceremony in the sunken garden.

Karen also used vintage books and international letter boxes to decorate accent tables. The flowers included a gorgeous mix of lambs ear, garden and David Austin Roses, pink and white Peonies, Astilbe and also air plants. I loved that was also a playful sense to the day with signature lemonades and large pink and white balloons decorated with gold and white streamers. It was a gorgeous and intimate event and such a treat to photograph.

Photography: Emily Delamater | Floral Design: Orchid 'N Blooms | Wedding Dress: Maggie Sottero | Invitations: Kelli Murray Art | Grooms Attire: J. Crew | Hair : Ali Lomazzo | Makeup : Adam Camacho | Venue: Blithewold Mansion

Romantic Charleston Fall Wedding

I really try not to pick favorites, but today I just can’t help it. Gathering Floral & Event Design and Kristin Newman Designs created an absolutely stunning Southern affair, and I’d be lying if I said that my eyes were dry watching the film by East West. Tim Willoughby captured every beautiful moment and this gallery pretty much just made my day.


From East West… Jodi (the bride) & John (the groom) decided to plan a destination wedding to Charleston after the groom planned a proposal in Charleston. During their first trip to the city, they fell absolutely in love with the atmosphere and romance of the city and decided it would be the perfect location to bring their closest family and friends to celebrate their marriage.

The bride is in the wedding business herself and launch her newest venue in Raleigh, NC:

From The Bride… We were engaged in Charleston and it immediately became one of the most important pieces of our love story. The city’s beauty, hospitality, and charm won our hearts and we decided that since it was a place that wasn’t mine or his, but ours, it was the perfect setting to celebrate our wedding.

What we wanted most was to have a big celebration and to give our guests a wonderful experience. We hosted 3 events that we hoped would allow everyone to get to know Charleston and feel how important they are to us at the same time. Live music was a big part of each event. At our Thursday night beach party, we had music on the back porch overlooking the ocean, which led to dancing and singing, and was followed by everyone setting off Thai wish lanterns that symbolized our love for travel and our hope that everyone there would make a wish that was special to them. For Friday night, we took our guests from the beach to the historic district, where we dined alfresco under market lights and listened to live jazz music at our favorite Italian restaurant. We knew right away that we wanted to have a traditional church wedding, but we wanted it to feel intimate and full, so we chose the French Huguenot Church because of its setting, history, and warmth. Our reception was at the gorgeous Lowndes Grove Plantation, where we had dinner under the stars beside the river and a canopy of live oak trees. We wanted the meal to feel elegant but inviting, and to give our guests the sense that they were at a beautiful family dinner. We knew the reception had to be capped off with a rocking band and a giant party on the dance floor, and we followed our reception with an afterparty complete with a french fry bar, where the dancing continued until the early hours of the morning.

It was truly a weekend beyond our wildest dreams, made possible by an amazingly talented team. Each moment was captured perfectly on film by East West and in beautiful images by Tim Willoughby. Kristin Newman Designs took our vision for our guests experience and made it a reality, and Gathering Events + Designs created a backdrop for the experience that was perfect in every way. To this day the thing that we hear the most from our guests is that it was magical, which is all we could have asked for.

Photography: Tim Willoughby | Cinematography: East West | Event Planning: Kristin Newman Designs | Wedding Dress: Vera Wang Georgina | Cake: Jim Smeal | Invitations: Oscar And Emma Custom Design | Shoes: Kate Spade | Caterer: Fish Restaurant | Lighting: Technical Event | Groom's Attire: Hugo Boss | Church: French Huguenot Church | Event & Floral Design: Gathering Floral & Event Design | Live Band: Groovetown | Make Up & Hair: Meg Workman | Plantation : Lowndes Grove | Rehearsal Dinner Venue: Pane E Vino | Rentals: Snyder Events

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Romantic Martha’s Vineyard Wedding

I love it when a Bride embraces color for her big day. From the handmade Chuppah, to Thea Kennedy illustrated invites, to Krishana Collins beautiful bouquets, every detail planned by this Allen Farm couple was custom. Brighter Lights Media captured the cheerful film below, while Our Labor Of Love snapped up a gallery complete with a beautiful Gabriella’s Marchesa gown that’ll make you swoon.


From the Bride… We met 7 years ago on a Birthright trip to Israel during college. We met on the first day and were inseparable ever since. We were long distance for over a year and then started our lives together in NYC. The year we were engaged was super crazy, in addition to planning the wedding we were both also working full-time and getting our MBAs, we joke that if we made it through that year we can make it through anything.

I grew up spending my summers on Martha’s Vineyard and always dreamed of getting married there. My husband proposed at Gay Head lighthouse making the island even more special to us. Planning the wedding I wanted to make a weekend of events for our guests. We had guests traveling from all over the world and we wanted them to get a real feel for what Martha’s Vineyard is all about. We kicked off the weekend with a BBQ at my parent’s house. We had the Rehearsal Dinner at Seafood Shanty which turned into an impromptu dance party! We also had a goodbye brunch at my parent’s house (catered by Morning Glory Farms) which was the perfect way to end the weekend.

Leading up to the wedding I was a planning and crafting machine and was probably Etsy’s biggest customer that year. I took the process very serious and obsessed over every napkin and toothpick. The weekend of the wedding I was completely zen and at peace, it was like I got all of the nervous energy out during the planning and I was able to really enjoy the weekend and take it all in. I slept so soundly the night before the wedding and woke my maid of honor up by blasting “Let’s get married” on my Iphone.

I was not the type of bride to be able to plan my wedding around one color or theme, I was feeling overwhelmed until I decided to plan the wedding like I would decorate my apartment. With ikat, stripes, pops of color, cobalt blue, cool grays, florals, chevron and metallic. I used pattern and texture as the jumping off point which really helped to focus me.

It is hard to pick just one favorite part of the day but a few stick out. Our first look at the Sculpture Garden at the Field Gallery because growing up my parents made us go to the Sculpture Garden every summer to take photos posed as the sculptures. We have a lifetime worth of awkward family photos. After we got engaged I made my husband stop the car so we could take a photo there, it really turned out to be a special place. We had our first look here and it was one of my favorite moments of the day, it was so intimate and meant so much to be able to steal a few private minutes for just the two of us.

One of the highlights of the wedding was the surprise dance my husband and wedding party performed, I was shocked! They had a choreographed routine to Justin Timberlake that blew my mind. It really helped set the tone for a night full of dancing and every time I hear the song it makes me smile. We used Sultans of Swing and were so impressed with our band, the crowd loved them so much that my maid of honor booked them for her wedding just a few days after ours.

For place cards we used photos of all of our guests printed by Social Print Studio and secured on a table by crystals. My husband thought I was crazy for taking this project on but it turned out to be one of my favorites. The months leading up to the wedding were so stressful and full of wedding related details, it was fun to take some time out of the process and look through old photos and remember what the day was all about. It really reminded me how many amazing friends and family members we have in our life, this was our way of honoring them.

My mom made our Chuppah, it is probably one of the most special and personal details of the wedding. It is a quilt with photos of our parents and grandparents at their weddings. It was so special to look up during the wedding and see our family. My mom is an amazingly talented quilter and sells her work on Etsy. We decorated the chuppah with beautiful pink and orange blooms. It felt like we were in a secret garden.

Our photographers, Our Labor Of Love, was an easy decision. I had been following their work for years and knew I wanted them. I was so happy to find out that this LA based team was familiar with Martha’s Vineyard and it was great to work with a photographer that I not only loved, but that also knew the area. Our videographer, Brighter Lights Media, turned out to be one of our favorite vendors. They were so easy to work with and went out of their way to get to know us instead of just treating us like every other client. I continue to recommend them to all of my friends.

Photography: Our Labor Of Love | Floral Design: Krishana Collins | Wedding Dress: Marchesa | Cake: Cakes By Liz | Invitations: Thea Kennedy | Wedding Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Adrianna Papell | Catering: Jaime Hamlin And Sons | Hair: Edward Lampley | Band: Sultans Of Swing | Alchohol: Your Market | Bridal Shop: Gabriella's | Bridal Suite: Vineyard Square Hotel | Buses + Trolley : MV Sightseeing | Ceremony And Reception: Allen Farm | Chuppah: For Comfort Quilts - Etsy | Confetti: Pom Love - Etsy | Confetti Bag Stickers: Wink Events - Etsy | Confetti Bags: Somerset Market - Etsy | Corn Hole Bags: Lots 2 Ofr 2 - Etsy | Custom Cameo Stamp: Hoot Owl Press - Etsy | Custom Koozies: Totally Koozies | Custom Stickers: Azultruquesa - Etsy | Custom Totes: Totally Promotional | Dessert Bar Signs: Crown And Clover - Etsy | First Look: Field Gallery | Groom's Ties: Tie Bar | Groomsmen Attire: Joseph A Banks | Groomsmen House: Captain Morse House | Heart Stickers: Sea Sprout - Etsy | Heart Toothpicks: Nikki Crafts - Etsy | Late Night Apple Fritters: Back Door Donuts | Love + Heart Pillows: Layla Grace | Makeup: Julie Pope | Napkins + Drink Stirrers: Peacock Paperie | Placecards : Social Print Studio | Programs: The Parchment Place - Etsy | Rentals: Big Sky Tent & Party Rentals | Table Numbers: Wine Accents By Linda - Etsy | Table Runner Fabric: Fabric Guru | Videography : Brighter Lights Media

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