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Ok so i placed my first etsy order last night! It was for my custom earrings.. i have gauged ears at a 0g. So i wasnt sure what i was going to do for earrings, i didnt want just normal plugs i wanted something pretty. Then I came across GaugedByStasia!!! These are the earrings she is making for me in a 0g but with an ivory pearl center. I think they will be perfect and fit well with my vintage theme!!!

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Now i just have to wait 2-3 weeks!!!

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I LOVE this veil but its 300 on etsy so im thinking about buying a plain veil that length and adding the flowers myself. Im going on a mission to find the silk flowers in the fashion district in NYC next week with my MOH.

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Originally Posted by jordanb View Post

 

I am OBSESSED with Etsy for my beach wedding! So far (and I'm 8 months out) I've ordered the following from the site:

Guest book

Shell table number holders

Custom sterling silver stamped necklaces for bridesmaids

Photo props

Invitations

Shells for cnterpieces

Señor and señorita chair signs....

I've "borrowed" a few ideas to replicate myself too...

Obsessed!!!

Do you have the seller or a pic of the necklaces? I am looking for something similar. Thanks!

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This veil is gorgeous!!! I think that can definitely be a DIY project and your definitely right... You can find any/everything in the NYC fashion district!! Good luck shopping!!

Originally Posted by CurlyBride View Post

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I LOVE this veil but its 300 on etsy so im thinking about buying a plain veil that length and adding the flowers myself. Im going on a mission to find the silk flowers in the fashion district in NYC next week with my MOH.

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photojule: cuff links with picture of my husband with his father.

zinniadesgnstc: herb markers (gift for one of bridesmaids)

kathylorockskeepsakes: cuff links for my father (father of the bride/ I loved her first)

Handcraftaffairs: hangers for bridesmaids (their names with a  heart)and mother of bride and groom

Liquidcourage: flasks for groom men (plan B with their initials)

lindabelinda: stone clay heart shaped turquoise cuff links for formal dinner

gracefully southern: message in the bottle guest book

pegasus: peacock feathers for our projects

Sayanythingdesigns: sand ceremony frame

 

Nevanaartglass: peacock flutes (maid of honor purchased as a gift for us)

Shirleyreneedesigns: birdcage/blusher (gift from a friend)

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