You have a bunch of plain wine glasses in your cupboard at home, but who wants to use anything plain and ordinary on her wedding day? Amp up your style and theme when you personalize your champagne toasting flutes with your names, wedding date, and an engraved message or design at Things Remembered.
When you personalize with Things Remembered, the possibilities are endless! You can engrave your names and wedding date, or your names, wedding date and a personal message. We love “You make my dreams come true.” One couple recently engraved “The perfect forever” and another couple in New York engraved “I will love you until the day after forever.”
You can choose absolutely anything you want to engrave – and we love the idea of engraving a lyric from your song! How unique!
Things Remembered is giving one lucky IW reader a set of personalized Isabella Champagne Flutes retailed at $60 – engraving is included with the prize. To enter for your chance to win this amazing prize, simply fill out the entry form here:
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With more than 600 stores across the United States, Things Remembered is the country’s leading chain of personalized gift stores. Their expert engravers can personalize your gift while you shop or you can order online for home delivery, making it even easier to personalize every part of your wedding day. You can even create your own custom wedding logo to add to your wedding stationery, gifts, and favors. At Things Remembered, logo creation is FREE with $150 minimum purchase. For more news about Things Remembered, make sure to follow them on Twitter and Facebook. And don’t forget to sign up for their complimentary bridal newsletter and then visit any Things Remembered store to receive your complimentary custom engraved keepsake heart. Click here to find a Things Remembered store near you! Sponsored Post.
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For a summer wedding theme with an added dose of nostalgia, go for a chic summer camp vibe. Bright flowers, outdoor games and mismatched dinnerware give the look a seasonal update. This theme is packed with fun-filled details for those of you who love the idea of glamping.
Centerpieces can go in two directions here; vivid flowers paired with rounds of wood can create an opulent look. For a simpler effect, go for wildflowers in vintage tea tins.
Photo-walls give your guests something to look at as they enter the venue. A ‘Summer Camp Memories’ board can feature your favorite childhood memories from camp. A personalized brown bag with an arrow design is a great idea for favor or picnic bags.
Cool and minty fresh, Hemlock is an excellent and versatile summer shade that pairs well with a huge variety of colors. Whether you choose it as your signature hue or simply use it as an accent color, we think Hemlock green adds a pretty, feminine touch to just about any color palette. Here are 5 different ways to use it on your wedding day.
We love the idea of pairing a bold red shade with hemlock green to create this eye-catching color scheme. A touch of blush pink and metallic gold help to round out the palette.
This dark and opulent Gatsby-esque color scheme of emerald green, gold, and black gets a touch of softness and light from the addition of hemlock to help balance out its masculine edge.
Dark colors like teal can be difficult to pull off on your wedding day, but pairing them with lighter accent shades can help make them stand out without weighing down your entire color palette.
The tiny tinge of blue in hemlock green compliments the dark yellow in this palette perfectly, and the addition of lots of white makes the whole scheme clean, crisp, and contemporary.
A combination of pretty pastel shades, this delicate color palette is perfect for a backyard garden wedding.
Signs are not only practical but can also significantly add to your wedding decor. They are great for outdoor weddings as they can direct guests to where they need to go and add some fun. Signs are wonderful props for photographs too. We’ve found 20 wedding signs that we love and wanted to share with you!
Not only is this such an adorable quote but we love the wooden detail too.