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Every time I see a porcelain ring dish from Paloma’s Nest, I kick myself for not using one at our wedding. Have you seen them? What a special object and memento from such a special day! Every single piece is hand crafted one at a time with such care: they are really meant to be heirlooms, something special your daughter might use some day at her own wedding, and your granddaughter.

Paloma’s Nest is not only home to the Original Ring Bearer Bowl, they also make a number of other handcrafted wedding pretties, including some brand new items like custom cufflinks and boutonniere pins. I love the simplicity of each piece – the clean lines and bold text – all of them designed by Caroline Colom Vasquez and her husband, Jose, and made in their Austin, Texas studio. Here are a few favorites…

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L: Original Ring Bearer Bowl
R: custom Ring Bearer Bowl with blooming branch

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L: large stamped cufflinks
R: small inscribed cufflinks


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L: inscribed monogram pin
R: stamped monogram pin

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L: hanging heart picture ornament
R: Bouquet Text Tiles


So many special things to include in your wedding, and to have as a keepsake. Which one is your favorite? From accessories for the guys to bridal party gifts, there’s a lot to love! I think since we missed our chance to use a Ring Bearer Bowl, I might have to get one of those heart frame ornaments instead…

See lots more from Paloma’s Nest over on their brand new website, and if you happen to be in Austin, check out their flagship store which opens this summer!

This post sponsored by Paloma’s Nest.

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A classic New England wedding for your Saturday! Bethany and Eric were wed at the groom’s parents’ home, in Massachusetts: “After a six month renovation, the house was ready just days before our wedding!” says the bride.

One of Bethany’s favorite parts of the day? “When Eric and his four brothers, all very musically talented, sung ‘1,2,3,4’ by the Plain White T’s a capella. They set the tone for a very joyful day.”


A green and white palette reflected the garden venue: garden roses, sweet peas, lisianthus, tulips and hydrangea. In addition to flowers, centerpieces incorporated small birds nests, as well as pots of ivy and ferns, small candles wrapped with birch bark, and larger candelabras for a more formal touch.


Photography: Lara Kimmerer

Venue: private home in Falmouth, Massachusetts

Bride’s dress / shoes: Lazaro / Martinez Valero

Groom’s suit: Chase Couture

Bridesmaid dresses: Coast

Flowers: All About Flowers for Weddings

Cake: Michael’s Creative Baking

Rentals: Taylor Rental


Congratulations Bethany and Eric!


This wedding was submitted via Two Bright Lights.

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Hi lovely friends! This weekend my honey and I are headed East for a friend’s wedding, where we get to catch up with some of our Teach for America friends and wear sparkly shoes (well, I’m wearing sparkly shoes; I think Ryan’s probably wearing the gorgeous man shoes he wore at our wedding). This is the first wedding we’ll attend since our own wedding, and I’m a little curious to see if it will be different – like, will I notice different things? Will I get more emotional at the ceremony? Thoughts? Anyway, I can’t wait to see my friends and celebrate with them. In sparkly shoes.

Okay, so before I sign off, here are some fun links for you from around the web!

{from Martha Stewart Weddings}

Do I want the blue pointy shoes, or the gold pointy shoes? Both?

Or how about these in hot pink?

Calligraphy and clay – better together.

Watercolor and ceramics – better together, too!

A modern day love note.

Okay, it’s not exactly cheap, but it’s a more affordable version of the bag I love, via Sacramento Street.

$12 sunglasses look good.

This loose bunch of flowers makes my day.

Rainbow happy Brooklyn Bridge, via Oh Hello Friend.

How about these invites for a destination wedding?

Mad Men art portraits – dig these.

Congrats to Elizabeth Anne Designs on the new look!

Really, Jordan? Your paper just keeps getting better and better!

Have a happy weekend folks!

Wedding Paper Divas is a sponsor of Snippet & Ink.

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Hi all! I know that many of you subscribe to Snippet & Ink through RSS, so you don’t get to see the sponsors on the sidebar – these are some the wonderful vendors who help to support this blog. Without them, there would be no Snippet & Ink! Some of them are longtime sponsors, and others are new, and they’re all wonderful. So I thought I’d bring them to your attention, in the hope that you’ll discover a fabulous vendor that was just what you were looking for.

 

Stunning wedding flowers and decor from Kathleen Deery Design.

 

Sassy and sexy lingerie and loungewear from Faire Frou Frou.

 

Wedding heirlooms, gifts and accessories from Paloma’s Nest.

 

Perfectly lovely letterpress note cards for your wedding party from Tallu-lah.

 

Calligraphy and custom illustrated maps from Trial By Cupcakes.

 

DIY wedding projects and real wedding inspiration from Project Wedding.

 

Eco-friendly engagement rings from Brilliant Earth.

 

Classically romantic and vibrantly fun wedding photography from Turn Loose the Art.

 

Bridesmaid dresses and wedding accessories in every color from Dessy.

 

Wedding favor boxes and ribbons from Bella Terra.

 

Magnet save-the-dates and wedding invitations from magnetStreet Weddings.

 

Personally tailored wedding planning from Rock Paper Scissors Wedding + Event Design.

 

 

 

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