Flower girls are pretty adorable as they are, but we've found a way to pile on even more cuteness: Instead of having them scatter blossoms as they amble down the aisle, have them be the blossoms by carrying these petal-topped rice-paper umbrellas! Added bonus? After the ceremony, they can tote the pretty parasols home as favors.
Turn our designs into fabric by printing them onto iron-on transfer paper or sending them away to be made into cloth. All you need for these shoe clips is a little creativity. Iron transfers onto cotton organdy, cut out, stack, and sew through the center. Fluff to create dimension.
Iron-on transfer paper, epson.com.
Fashion an apron full of posies out of custom-printed fabric and a simple white ribbon. To add to an already adorable cardigan, construct simple cloth-covered buttons. Your flower girl will want to wear it again and again.
How not to be a bridezilla? Pick something your bridesmaids really can wear again, then list the details on a handy card. Download our template, type in contact info, and print onto card stock. Write in other details, and add fabric swatches and images. Use a rotary cutter with a perforating blade to create a tear-off card that can be tucked into a wallet for easy reference.
Outdoor weddings are especially beautiful, but they can also be uncomfortably steamy. To keep your guests from overheating, pass out handmade fans -- trust us, they'll be grateful. Ours features a floral motif on one side and a quote from Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" on the other: "My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep."