Are you a bride-to-be who wants to plan a wedding unlike anyone else's, but you need some fresh ideas and guidance along the way? Are you thinking of incorporating a theme into your wedding, but you're not sure how? Let author Emma Arendoski and her new book, The Inspired Wedding, help you create a joyful, personalized, and celebratory day that you will remember for the rest of your life. Seven unique and appealing themes are explored, with a wealth of practical tips, original suggestions, and gorgeous photographs to inspire you. Whether your desired wedding follows a classic approach, embraces a modern aesthetic, includes romantically vintage or bohemian-chic elements, or takes place in a blissful beach setting, the key ingredients are there, in each chapter, to take your wedding day from ordinary to outstanding. You'll find seven themes: Romantically Vintage, Farmhouse Rustic, Beach Bliss, Urban Chic, Free Spirit, Traditional, and Boho Style. Within each theme, detailed sections include: Invitations & More, The Ceremony, The Attire, The Flowers, and The Reception. The book contains more than 540 photographs from real weddings, illustrating customized touches and beautiful, handmade items. A Resources page at the end of each chapter, lists contact information for designers, crafters, and retailers featured in the chapter
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Emma Arendoski is the author of The Handcrafted Wedding, as well as the founder and editor in chief of EmmalineBride.com, a blog dedicated to all things handmade for your wedding. Why handmade? A handmade piece is special it's been crafted with love and care, which can't be said for most mass-produced items. When planning their own wedding, Emma and her groom-to-be wanted every element to reflect their personalities but store-bought finds fell short of their expectations. Online, however, Emma discovered an abundance of beautiful, handmade goods, along with unlimited opportunities for customization. She was so inspired that she decided to create a place where other brides could experience the special qualities that handmade items bring to a wedding. Emmalinebride.com became that place. The site now features a shop and a vendor guide, and boasts more than 550,000 visitors per month. Emma lives with her husband and son in Michigan.Review:
Arendoski (The Handcrafted Wedding) has gone beyond the "Let's put up some hay bales and put vodka lemonade in Mason jars" that pervades so much of the DIY wedding market, and into a world where personal is possible, right down to Garbo-esque trimmings on the vintage romantic gown. Cue the Belafonte or the Beach Boys or Beastie Boys, depending on one's taste. --Publishers Weekly
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