4. Noisemakers ($173.67 for 100) | 5. Cake topper ($35) | 6. Honey wedding favours |
7. Bridesmaids' necklaces ($126)
One of the up sides of postponing our wedding is the luxury of being able to really savour the planning process. And by "savour the process," I mean getting sucked into Etsy, ogling all sorts of pretty things. Seriously, what did busy brides-to-be ever do before Etsy? Everything one could ever want for a wedding—from decor and party favours to craft supplies and bridal accessories—is just a click away, making it a cinch to plan/browse/shop during workday lunch breaks.
This is just a small sampling of what's waiting on Etsy, all from Vancouver-based sellers and artisans. Instagram-worthy decor like a pinwheel backdrop and a cheeky cake topper. Geometric terrariums by White Lies which would be a cool alternative to traditional floral centrepieces (and look great around the apartment after the big day!). Little trifles and favours for guests like locally produced honey and festive noisemakers. Delicate bijoux for bride and bridesmaids alike.
I bought some wedding favour supplies from Etsy before we decided to postpone, but I'll definitely be perusing it even more when we resume planning in earnest. Have you ever purchased anything bridal on Etsy?