Handmade Products for Your Wedding
Lauren Manoogian's painted-leather "Zig Zag" and "Rectangle" bangles make unique bridesmaid gifts (mnzstore.com).
Be like the Brits and put your 'maids in Philip Treacy's fascinators (philiptreacy.co.uk).
Adorn a blah bar, empty space, or photo booth with Bhldn's "Forever" flower backdrop (bhldn.com).
For personalized sweets, Rogue Confections will whip up colorful chocolate favors to match your palette (rogueconfections.com).
A quality paper punch, like the Martha Stewart Crafts "Rose Window," is the fastest way to add flourish to stationery (michaels.com for stores).
Bright and refreshing, Il Laboratorio del Gelato's passion fruit flavor will be a hit with your guests on a hot day (laboratoriodelgelato.com).
Wrap up in a linen-and-silk Bajra scarf after sunset (Sola Showroom, 212-620-0988).
Have Le Labo blend you a scent with a custom label (lelabofragrances.com).
Elephant Ceramics's porcelain platter, bowl, and dessert plate are artsy registry additions (elephantceramics.com).
Gorgeous but often overlooked, Queen Anne's lace inspired our Elegant and Inexpensive Wedding Flower Ideas.
Wear Acanthus's "Louisa" earrings down the aisle -- and long afterward (acanthusjewelry.com).
Want to pour drinks from hand-blown glass? Register for Steuben's "Vee" decanter (steuben.com).
Benjamin Reynaert's found-paper guest book is worthy of your coffee table (benjaminreynaert.com).
Elevate any bridesmaid's ensemble with Nelle's "Just Bowtiful" clutch (nellehandbags.com).
Sideshow Press's save-the-date comes with a tote bag -- perfect for a wedding away (sideshowpress.com).