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Darcy's Diary: 3 Wedding Ideas I'm Loving This Week

From customized wedding shoes to an adorable stationery line!

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Halo Home dinner linens

Halo Home 

Halo Home is my go-to shop for dinner linens. From stylish monograms and delicate borders and trimming to charming smiley face and emoji patches, this brand can bring both the fun and elegance to any party, including your wedding reception, bridal shower, engagement party, or even a sophisticated bachelorette party! The monograms come in both modern and traditional style, with flourishing stitching or a minimalist design. Give them away as favors, adorn table settings with a napkin fit for each attendant, or even add them to your registry with your new monogram—there are so many ways to incorporate these linens into your big day.


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Bridal Keds

Customized Keds 

When you think of Keds, "bridal shoes" probably isn't the first thing that comes to mind. But who says you can't wear sneakers on your wedding day? I love the idea of slipping into a pair of customized Keds for photos or your reception. (After all, it's a lot easier to dance in sneakers than stilettos!) Keds Custom Studio allows you to customize the color of your sneakers and shoelaces, plus they offer monogramming and other fun details!


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Felix Doolittle macaron flowers
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Felix Doolittle 

This adorable stationery company founded by artist Felix Fu and his wife Loren Sklar uses watercolors and natural imagery to create miniature works of art on all of its paper goods, including invitations, labels, postcards, and of course, wedding stationery suites. I especially love Felix Doolittle's adorable return address labels, like the Kitchen Flower Return Address Label and French Macaron Panoramic Label, pictured here. You can use them on your wedding stationery suite if it suits your theme or on any other wedding event invitations, like the engagement party or bridal shower. Plus, if you have labels leftover, you can use them well into married life: Send them out on your thank-you cards or on your first holiday card together as a married couple.  



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About the Author

Darcy Miller

Darcy joined Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia in 1992 to work on the launch of Martha Stewart Living and has been actively involved with Martha Stewart Weddings since the first issue in 1995. An avid scrapbooker and scrapboxer, she is also our resident celebrations expert and makes regular media appearances showing beautiful entertaining ideas for weddings and all of life’s other happy...


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