Our Favorite Etsy Crafters
Cake and Cupcake Toppers
These cake and cupcake toppers from Millalove put love on display.
Bird-Shaped Favor Boxes
Send friends and family home with these sweet bird-shaped boxes from Paper Acorn.
Flag Cupcake Toppers
These flag banners are perfect for embellishing cupcakes. They're from Baumbirdy.
Paper Flower Nosegays
These adorable paper nosegays are from The Gilded Bee.
Flaunt your sense of style with this chic clutch from Davie & Chiyo.
Miniature Wedding Stationery Envelope
This graph-paper patterned stationery from The Gilded Bee pushes the envelope.
Pocket Wedding Programs
These customizable pocket wedding programs unfold to inform and are from Baumbirdy.
These antique-style cake stands will definitely draw some attention at your reception -- they're beautiful, classic, and they can serve as your something old and something blue. Cake stands are from E. Isabella Designs.
Glass earrings from Jean Pelle are great to add as an accessory for your big day, but they also make great gifts for bridesmaids, your mom, or your future mother-in-law.
Hang your wedding-night lingerie or display a memento from your wedding day on this cute hanger from LilaFrances.
Lollipop Wedding Favors
These lollipop favors are fun, individually wrapped, and make a great wedding favor. Lollipops from Olio Designs.
Wedding Cake Topper
Over the Top Studios makes this sweet, vintage-inspired cake topper. Plus, it has something blue!
A cute accessory or gift for bridesmaids, this headband is sure to add a burst of color to any attire. Headband from Coco Boudoir.
Looking for invitations that really stand out? Go for these record invites from Ellothere.
Wedding Favor Boxes
Pack your favorite candy, confetti, or small confections in these pillow favor boxes from The Gilded Bee.
This "Kia" dress from Nostalgia is a great find for a bridal shower or casual rehearsal dinner. Or, make your bridesmaids happy and let them wear this to the wedding.
This shrug from Holly Stalder is the perfect accessory to wear over a wedding dress that is strapless or has spaghetti straps. The best part? It can totally be worn again!
Looking for a unique engagement ring and wedding band? Look no further than Jeweler on the Roof.
Don't have it in your budget to hire a calligrapher? No worries, order one of these inexpensive calligraphy address stamps from Emilie Friday Stamps.
Custom Luminaria Set
Display this custom luminaria set from Paper Acorn on your guest book table, or as a centerpiece at your rehearsal dinner or reception.
Seagulls and Eagles cards, $10 for both. This adorable stationery set includes two cards: one that's black and white with a herringbone-like pattern that resembles eagles, and one that's sky blue and white and looks like seagulls. They make incredibly special thank-you notes for the people who helped make your wedding memorable, like your planner and officiant.
Simple Sweet Design
Liven up your big day with one (or a few) of these mossy initials, $35 -- they'd look beautiful at an outdoor wedding or in a rustic reception space. The moss will dry over time, but it will retain its shape in color -- which means you can also find a place for it in your home or garden.
These little paper lollipop jackets make the perfect addition to your candy favors. Each one can be customized with an initial or personalized message, and there's a wide variety of papers and colors to choose from. Add $5 to your order, and she'll include lollipops and assembly, too! Custom lollipop favors, $8.50 for 12.
Not exactly the traditional type? Deck out your bridesmaids in these retro pink dresses. They're made from 100% cotton, so not only are they incredibly comfortable, but they're perfect for warm-weather weddings. And since they're not overly dressy, your girls will be able to wear them again. Pink party dress with bow, $70.
Pen and Ink Calligraphy
Need uniquely printed favor tags? Save the dates? Place cards? Even invitations or envelopes? You've come to the right place. Work with the artist to come up with an original font and design, and she'll happily hand-calligraph exactly what you need just in time for your big day. Custom calligraphy $25 and up.
Classic pink umbrella, $25. Everyone needs a good umbrella -- especially your bridesmaids. Say thank you by giving them one of these in a color that matches your palette (we're partial to this cheery flamingo!). If your big day is a rainy one and your guests need to travel from your ceremony to the reception, you can also have a few at the ready for empty-handed guests.
Custom wedding map, $2.25 each. Rather than leaving your guests to find your wedding location on their own, send each of them one of these hand-drawn maps. Simply choose a 5x5" or 5x7" style, pick a border (eyelet-cut or clean) and provide your directions. Your guests will appreciate the extra effort and attention to detail. Don't forget to keep one for yourself!
Lucky Duck Letterpress
Letterpress printed Brooklyn Bridge theme wedding invitations, $600/set of 100. If you're a Brooklyn bride (or just love the borough) these are the invites for you! Each set of these letterpress suites includes a 2-color, 5x7" invitation, a 4-bar reply card, and matching envelopes for (complete with letterpress printed return and reply addresses). Simply pick your typeface and colors from the site's wide-ranging selection, and leave the rest up to the artist.
Handmade paper fleur, $55. This oversized paper flower would look gorgeous grouped en masse at your guestbook table, perched alone at the top of your cake, or, with a bit of creative engineering, used as a ring pillow. It's beautiful enough to display in your home long after the big day, and you'll want to pass it down to a daughter or sister.
Margaux classic A-line dress, $32. Sick of flower girl dresses with poufy sleeves and overblown bows? We don't blame you. This sweet sundress makes the perfect gift for your flower girl -- she'll look adorable walking down the aisle, and her mom will appreciate the fact that she can wear it all summer long. The best part? The price tag!
Strawberry raspberry jam, $7 each. A chunky spread chock-full of farm-fresh strawberries and raspberries makes the perfect favor -- especially at a countryside or outdoor wedding. For a finishing touch, put the jar in a little gingham bag with homemade shortbread cookies or a wedge of local cheese, and tie it with a bow that matches your decor.
Personalized lanterns, $110. We can't think of a better way to celebrate your wedding day than by hanging a strand of these softly-glowing lanterns in your reception space that reads, "Just Married!" Of course, the artist will write whatever you choose, up to 20 letters long, and you can also add a variety of shapes and designs.
Wedding boutonniere or corsage, $15. If the traditional floral boutonniere choices don't thrill you, work with this artist to create something truly unique that represents your eclectic taste. She'll draw from a wide variety of bits and pieces ranging from feathers to fruit, and she can make larger items -- like corsages -- too.
Mini circus decoration, $6/yard. Each of these tiny flags is just a half-inch long, but they make a big -- and festive -- impact when wound around a plain white cake or used to trim a table. The best part is that no two strands are alike, as each flag is made from tiny pieces of festive, colorful paper.
Marine hanging mobile, $115. A beautifully inspired wedding calls for some out-of-the-box thinking when it comes to your decor. Made from translucent polypropylene, thin steel wire, and fishing line, this mobile will lend a colorful, contemporary vibe to your reception. Hang it over your cake table to make an impression your guests will never forget.
Wildflowers calendar print, $50. These prints infuse any space with a bit of feminine charm, which is exactly why they make great bridesmaids gifts. Each page is hand screen-printed on recycled paper, and each print is completely unique. Buy a different one for each of your friends, frame them, and voila! The perfect thank-you.
Celebrate Wedding Topper, $199. This 17" topper is truly a masterpiece. Made from German glass glitter, vintage music sheets, paper hydrangeas, silk ribbon, and an image of a 1920s style bride and groom, it can also be used as a stand-alone centerpiece. While the bottom opens up to store keepsakes, the piece itself is a treasure you'll want to cherish.
Porcelain "Slice" dish, $70. We flipped for this porcelain "take-out container," and your bridesmaids will, too. The retro colors are fun and punchy, and the design is a sure-fire conversation starter. Wrap one up for each maid -- and to make your thank-you extra special, throw in an invitation for a girls-only take-out night after the wedding.
Brass buttercup earrings, $16. These brass and freshwater pearl earrings would look fabulous with a vintage-inspired dress -- but if that's not your style, they'd make gorgeous bridesmaids gifts, too. Each pair is completely hand-made with 8-9mm apricot-hued freshwater pearls, flower-shaped bead caps, and brass wire.