What better place to go on this mid-January day than to Maui! Amy and Matt made multiple trips to Hawaii every year of their relationship, so it only made sense that they tie the knot there. They stuck with a neutral palette to let the beauty of the location stand out, and they brought their sweet pup Olive with them. All in all it was a lovely island celebration.

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“I love fancy stationery, so I had amazing Rifle Paper Co. invitations with custom painted portraits of us and our dog on them!” says the bride. “They made me so happy and set the tone for the event, but were a huge splurge! By cutting costs in other areas, we were able to indulge in special details!”

 

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The Ceremony

“Hawaii is a special destination for us: we have gone twice a year or more for our entire relationship. When we got engaged, a Hawaiian wedding was a no-brainer. We were looking for somewhere oceanfront, but most importantly, somewhere very private. And we love to eat well, so delicious food was important too!”

 

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Your ceremony in three words.  Hawaiian, Sweet, Funny.

Who officiated your ceremony?  Laki Kaahumanu. We wanted a Hawaiian ceremony that felt spiritual and unique. He ended up being sweet and so funny and having us seal each and every promise with kisses all through the ceremony.

What was your favorite thing about your wedding ceremony?  I loved that Laki seemed so sincere and that he had all of us laughing.

 

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What inspired you when you were planning your wedding?  We both love the calm and cleanness of white, so we set the tone with a white, neutral color palette, and let the ocean, gorgeous flowers, and perfect pink sunset do the rest.

 

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The Reception

“We planned everything from California, and Dawn with Sugar Beach Events stepped in six weeks before to coordinate everything and create the perfect plan and executed everything the day of,” says Amy. “We felt the most important thing was that our wedding felt like ‘us.’ That meant not following any specific guidelines about what you are ‘supposed’ to do at a wedding. For starters, we didn’t have a wedding party: just Matt and I stood up at our ceremony together. We also nixed having a DJ and dance floor for our intimate group, and instead enjoyed a leisurely outdoor dinner party set to live traditional Hawaiian music, followed by a fire pit and cigar and scotch bar.”

 

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How would you describe your reception?  Tropical sunset dinner party.

What was your favorite moment or part of the reception?  My dad’s speech (the only speech). It was so heartfelt and so perfectly said, just such a special moment. I saw so many people wiping tears away!

Did you have a signature cocktail?  Two! And they were our own recipes from home that the bartenders were kind enough to learn! A from-scratch jalapeno margarita and “POG and Stormy” (a take on a Dark and Stormy: Hawaiian dark rum, POG juice and lime).

Did you include any other traditions in your wedding?  Something old and borrowed: I borrowed my great grandmother’s ring from my grandma to wear, something new: my dress!, something blue: our initials inside a heart, stitched inside of my dress over my heart.

Are there any special details you’d like to tell us about?  The beautiful menu and welcome sign were painted by Miss B Calligraphy, but I did all of the rest of the signs myself and brought them over! Our favors were leather luggage tags, with an anchor and our guests names stamped into them. They also served as the place cards. // Also, we went through some great lengths to bring our pug, Olive, to Maui with us for the occasion. She got to hang at the beach all week long with our group! Any dog lover will understand how fun and special it is to have your furry baby at your wedding with you.

 

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What was the best advice you received as a bride?  Stop in the middle of your reception, and take a quiet moment with your husband to look around and soak it all in. The day just flies by, so be sure to have that take-it-all-in moment.

What advice do you have for other couples in the midst of planning a wedding?  I kept telling myself the reception “is just a party,” meaning, don’t get hung up on every little detail. It’s easy to go “Pinterest-crazy” and obsess over everything being perfect. A blessing in disguise about a destination wedding was that you sort of have to cross your fingers that so many things will turn out how you hope, and it forces you to let go, and focus on what is import: the marriage and meaning behind the day.

If you had it to do over again, is there anything you would do differently?  Not be nervous! Haha! No! It was, in our eyes, the perfect day for us.

 

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Photography: Wendy Laurel / Venue, Event Planning, Catering: Sugar Beach Events in Kihei, Hawaii / Officiant: Laki Kaahamanu / Dress: Watters Too / Shoes: Jimmy Choo / Earrings: Gemlust / Suit: Suits by Antwerp / Shirt: Bonobos / Tie: Hugo Boss / Shoes: Oliver Sweeney / Stationery: Rifle Paper Co. / Calligraphy: Miss B Calligraphy / Floral Design: Dellables / Hair, Makeup: Meili Autumn Beauty / Rentals: Pacific Isle Rentals / Music: Joel Katz
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  • Hawaii Wedding at Sugar Beach Events by Wendy Laurel

    15 January 2015
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    When Stephanie Fishwick told me about her delightful new custom return address stamp creator (choose your fonts and your motif or monogram to build your own return address stamp), it reminded me that I’ve been wanting to share a round-up of some of my very favorite return address stamps! There are some great options out there, in every style and for every occasion. Bridal shower thank you notes, wedding invitations, every day correspondence… I know you’re going to find one (or ten!) that you love!

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    Illustrated Return Address Stamps, clockwise from top left: Ribbon by Stephanie Fishwick // Swan by Stephanie Fishwick // Custom Cottage by The Small Object // Little Bird by Katie Green

     

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    Monogram Return Address Stamps, clockwise from top leftFloral M by Stephanie Fishwick // Preppy Monogram by Megan Wright Design Co. // Hand Drawn P by Save the Date // Scallop Edge B from Paper Source

     

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    Calligraphy Return Address Stamps, clockwise from top leftKevin and Amy by Angelique Ink // Doug  Kelly by Rachel Carl // Becca & John by Linea Carta // Carter and Kathryn by Felicity Paper

     

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    Wreath Return Address Stamps, clockwise from top leftGreen Wreath by Amber Housley // Pine Garland by Flourish Design Co. // Floral Wreath by Trial by Cupcakes // Garland W by Stephanie Fishwick

     

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    Silhouette Return Address Stamps, clockwise from top leftHeart by Sycamore Street Press // Washington State by Sparkvites // Cabin by Sycamore Street Press // Black Bear by Six and Grand

     

     

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    Playful Return Address Stamps, clockwise from top leftTexas State by Yellow Bess // Quirky Greer by West Sheridan // Red Circle by Tin Oiseau // Wiedman Family by Paper Street Press

     

    From now until February 15th, 2015, Stephanie Fishwick is offering Snippet & Ink readers $10 off her return address stamps! Use coupon code: snippetandink

    Trial By Cupcakes is a sponsor of Snippet & Ink.

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    Paris is such a perfectly romantic point of inspiration, and I love the way this couple drew from it to create a simply elegant wedding. The bride adores the Parisian patisserie, Ladurée, and used its pastels and sweets as further inspiration for some of their wedding details. Not to mention their incredible venue, which really set the stage for a gorgeous celebration.

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    Sandra wore a classic, lace-trimmed veil and drop earrings, perfect accents for her romantic lace wedding gown.

     

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    The Ceremony

    “Our ceremony was very whimsical and it had that old word feel that we were looking for, while still capturing elements of nature. We always wanted to get married in front of an oversized old tree by the river and the Trappist Monastery Provincial Heritage Park was perfect for that. We used hanging chandeliers in the center tree and draped linen on the side of our chairs to amplify the natural beauty of our surrounding. This whimsy was enhanced by an amazing string quartet that Chad’s musical friends agreed to incorporate into our wedding. It really made everything come together and I couldn’t have imagined coming down the aisle any other way.”

     

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    Your ceremony in three words.  Elegant, Romantic, Unique.

    How did you go about planning your ceremony?  We always knew we wanted to capture an element of simplicity and incorporate a natural flare into our ceremony. We didn’t follow any templates and we enlisted the help of Amanda Douglas Events to help us create the feel we were after.

    Who officiated your ceremony?  Our officiant was Matthew Liebl, a host of a local sports radio network. We knew we wanted our officiant to exude an element of “tradition” and we chose him based on his easy going personality, comfort level when it comes to public speaking, and most importantly, his deep voice.

     

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    What was your ceremony music?  We had a string quartet play classical renditions for the processional and recessional. For the bridal song, the string quartet emulated an elegant version of the song “A Thousand Years,” which was bittersweet.

    What were your vows like?  Chad and I both wrote our own vows. While we started early enough, this definitely took a bit of time to perfect. We enlisted the help of our wedding planner, at times, who provided helpful hints and guides throughout the writing process.

     

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    What was your favorite thing about your wedding ceremony?  The day started off sunny but then it became a bit dreary for parts of the ceremony, especially while we were exchanging our vows. My favorite moment was during the ring exchange when I was about to place a ring on my husband’s finger and the sun decided to shine on us, at just the right moment. The timing of sunshine during our ring exchange was magical and it had everyone commenting about it afterwards – we took it as a sign of good-luck.

    Is there anything else that you’d like to share about your wedding ceremony?  The outdoor location and all the lush greenery was so beautiful already so we used minimal decorations to enhance that beauty. We dressed up our main tree (which we stood in front of) with a few large chandeliers. We also used crisp white chairs for our guests and had white linen draped on the outside edge of the chairs. The beautiful instruments of the string quartet added to this soft and simple feel.

     

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    If you had it to do over again, is there anything you would do differently?  I wouldn’t have worried so much about the weather, especially since it’s out of my control and because in the end, it worked out anyway.

     

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    The Reception

    “Our reception reflected an old world Parisian elegance. It was built around my favorite French patisserie, Ladurée. Every time I visited, I would purchase dessert and accessories that came in these wonderfully romantic boxes, which I collected to incorporate into the wedding as displays.”

     

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    Why did you choose this location for your reception?  We chose this location because it is the oldest standing hotel in Winnipeg and it embodies a French flare that we were looking for: large columns, high ceilings, tall windows and rich chandeliers.

    What inspired you when you were planning your wedding?  We took a trip to Paris the year before our wedding, and the simple elegance of the French culture, style and architecture helped set the tone for our ceremony and wedding overall: timeless, simple, elegant. Our color palette was inspired by the pastels found in French macaron cookies, and consisted of champagne, mint, and gold for a little pizzazz. Even though we had been engaged for over two years, we only kicked the planning aspect into high gear six months prior to the wedding, and we couldn’t have done it without Amanda Douglas Events!

    What type of cake or dessert did you serve?  Our cake was three tiers covered in mint green fondant, decorated with gold, ivory, and pale pink. Each tier was a different flavor, all topped off with a Ladurée figurine. We also had a dessert table in white and gold, featuring macarons and beautiful sugar cookies in the shape of the Eiffel Tower and fleur de lys, and gold chocolates and other candies.

     

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    What was your favorite moment or part of the reception?  My favorite moment was when my dad made me a special gift that reminded me of my childhood, which he presented during his toast with my mother. He used to make wooden spoons for me to play with when I was a little girl but he hasn’t made one in over 20 years. He hand-carved a wooden spoon and presented it to me at my wedding. It was sort of our little inside joke that brought me to tears.

    What was your first dance song?  Our first dance was to a song called “I Won’t Give Up” by Jason Mraz – it was perfect because the lyrics conveyed our promise to each-other.

    What was your father/daughter, mother/son dance song?  We did the father-daughter and mother-son dances together to “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” We wanted something a bit more cheery that would apply to the both of us so it was perfect.

    Did you include any other traditions in your wedding?  Since my heritage stems back to Eastern Europe, and since our wedding theme was French, we had to think of a way to incorporate an element of my culture, while retaining our original theme. We added some folklore in a subtle way by having our emcee wear a hat and vest from traditional folklore. Also, we laid down a traditional drinking jug on the podium as an accent during speeches which worked well. It was noticeable but not disruptive. For the dancing part, we played traditional music and took part in old dances that originated thousands of years ago in former Yugoslavia that my ancestors would have danced to. Everyone joined in – even those that weren’t familiar with the music – which was really fun.

    Is there anything else you’d like to share about your wedding?   The funniest moment was when our female guests played a joke on me by pretending to each have an old key to Chad’s apartment, so we had our guests return a surge of keys to the head table. That was really unique and unexpected.

     

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    Photography: blf Studios / Event Planning & Design: Amanda Douglas Events / Reception Venue: Crystal Ballroom, Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg, Canada / Ceremony Venue: Trappist Monastery Provincial Heritage Park / Dress: Stella’s Bridal / Veil, Headpiece: Sara Gabriel / Tuxedo: Moores / Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal / Shoes: Holt Renfrew / Floral Design: Floral Fixx / Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas / Wedding Bands: The Diamond Gallery / Makeup: Two Chicks and a Bag of Makeup / Hair: Edward Carriere / DJ: iParty Entertainment / Videography: Michael J. Scott / Linen: The Linen Company / Cake: Chocolate Zen
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    13 January 2015
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    Amy and Greg wanted a wedding that focused more on the friends and family gathered to celebrate, than on making a big production. The result was an intimate summer wedding at a favorite restaurant – proof that small and simple can be just perfect…

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    From Lidia of La Fleuriste, a Snippet & Ink Select vendor: “Amy had mentioned an affinity for smaller blooms, such as lily of the valley, spray roses, etc. Her bouquet included a variety of petite garden roses, sweet peas, sweet basil, lisianthus, lily of the valley, ranunculus, and accents of organic greens. Her head wreath was made with lily of the valley and creeping fig.”

     

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    The Ceremony

    More from Lidia: “I loved the process of working with Amy on her wedding flowers. She was such a sweet bride! She contacted me after seeing my work on Snippet & Ink, and in the months that followed, we met in person and exchanged numerous emails about flowers, vases, and inspiration. Amy wanted a very classic look – focusing on white flowers with hints of natural greenery. She mentioned that Greg’s father was Italian and this became a subtle theme for the day. It was also appropriate given the venue for the wedding. As part of the altar décor we used olive branches featured in Tuscan cachepots. I even included stems of sweet basil in her bouquet.”

     

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    Your ceremony in three words.  Short, simple, traditional.

    How did you go about planning your wedding ceremony?  I looked up “Traditional Roman Catholic Vows” on Google and followed that. What was important to us was that they were the same words that many other people had said before us.

    Who officiated your ceremony?  Greg’s dad officiated our ceremony. It just seemed like a natural fit.

    Did you include any traditions in your ceremony?  Our ceremony was very minimalist: the traditional walk down the aisle, giving away of the bride, the vows themselves, and the kiss. We didn’t have any readings. I would just say to other brides who are planning and who might be like me and thinking that to have a ceremony that is long and/or personalized is somehow going to be boring for people (or for you!), really give it a lot of thought before making that decision. You want to show everybody a good time, but you also want to put the appropriate emphasis on what this day is all about.

    What was your ceremony music?  My processional music was a lovely instrumental song by a Welsh band called Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci called The Blues Trees from the album of the same name. Our recessional song was also by that band and from that album and it is called Fresher than the Sweetness in Water.

    What were your vows like?  Taken from the Internet, we did not write them ourselves, but after reflecting back, we both wish we’d written at least part of the ceremony ourselves. It was great to have the tradition, but the ceremony didn’t end up feeling personal enough for us.

    What was your favorite thing about your wedding ceremony?  The kiss.

     

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    The Reception

    “We knew that, to save money, we wanted to have our reception and ceremony in the same place. And we couldn’t imagine having a reception in a place that did not have amazing, rustic, delicious food and great wine and cocktails. Plus Pizzaiolo is one of Greg’s parents’ favorite restaurants. And also they have a beautiful backyard, complete with a fountain and a bocce court.”

     

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    How would you describe your reception?  Like a big dinner party.

    What inspired you when you were planning your wedding?  The simplicity and conviviality of both weddings in the first Godfather movie.

    Did you have a signature cocktail?  We had two. Mine was something called Smoke and Flowers (it involves, among other things, smoky scotch and St. Germain) from Hotel Delmano in Brooklyn (where we live). And Greg’s was a classic Negroni.

    What was your wedding menu?  To be completely honest with you, I can’t remember. We didn’t know what our menu would be until we arrived at the wedding (they shop for a wedding dinner a lot like any other dinner service there, using the greenmarket), and we were so busy talking and introducing ourselves to people that we didn’t really have time to take in the name of each dish. I do remember that all of the food was rustic, simple, and delicious, and that everybody loved it.

    What type of cake or dessert did you serve?  In honor of Italy, America, and my family’s love of this kind of ice cream, we had a Neapolitan cake, with alternating layers of strawberry, chocolate, and vanilla cake – naked, so you could see the layers and frosted with an Italian meringue buttercream with chopped up strawberries in between.

     

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    Are there any DIY details you’d like to tell us about?  They’re not pictured, but I made our save the dates out of vintage airmail stationary using the font from Moonrise Kingdom. It’s a hand-drawn font, but I got a printout of all the letters and numbers and then using airmail paper (which happens to be transparent) traced the letters onto the page. I was pretty proud of myself.

     

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    What was the best advice you received as a bride?  It’s not about the wedding; it’s about the marriage.

    What advice do you have for other couples in the midst of planning a wedding?  Nothing will matter more to you on that day than being surrounded by people you love and who love you. Make your guest list your number one priority.

    Do you have any budget tips for other brides?  If you pick a space (or spaces) with good design built in, you will have to pay less to embellish it and you will also have less to worry about. Pick people whose work you really love and feel a connection to and then see what they can do within your budget. I was very lucky with my photographer and my florist – I never felt pressured to spend more than I had and I always felt they were excited to work with me, on my side, and wanted to create something beautiful and cool. I also think that a wedding doesn’t have to be at all splashy and in fact some of the best weddings are the ones that are the most humble and modest. It’s really about the people you have there and the connection you feel with them.

     

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    What was your favorite moment or part of the reception?  Cutting the cake was fun, because it’s such an iconic moment. Plus we hadn’t seen the cake before, and it was so beautiful.

     

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    Photography: Kristen Wood / Venue, Catering, Coordination: Pizzaiolo Restaurant in Oakland, California / Dress: Leanne Marshall / Shoes: Kate Spade / Groom’s Suit: Bindle and Keep / Tie by Penguin / Shoes: Cole Haan / Floral Design, Floral Crown: La Fleuriste / Stationery: Rifle Paper Co. / Rentals: Event Magic / Cake, Dessert: Kiri Mah
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  • Oakland Wedding at Pizzaiolo by Kristen Wood

    12 January 2015
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