Want a special and fun way to ask your girls to be in your Bridal Party. Check out these “Will You Be My Bridesmaid” Wine Labels. You can customize them with your wedding colors, and change the wording to represent Maid of Honor or Matron of Honor.
These labels can be purchased on Esty at Ooh La Label.
After many discussions we have decided to change our name from EVCreations to Sign The Wine. We came up with the name EVCreations when we first started our business in 2010. It represented our first names – Ed and Vicki. It has suited us well for years, but we are ready to make a change. The Wine Bottle Guestbook Kit is now a popular alternative to a traditional wedding guestbook, and we now have competition with other businesses. We decided to change the name to Sign The Wine because it really represented what the guestbook is (a wine bottle your guests sign). We have a new logo, and we are in the midst of updating our website and designing new products.
We are excited what the future holds for us. Let us know what you think of the new name and logo.
Are you making Out of Town Bags for your guests coming to your wedding and staying at a local hotel? Check out these Lovebird Do Not Disturb Door Hangers by Designed By M.E. Stationery. It adds a personal touch, and they are just adorable.
You can purchase them on her Etsy shop….she also has DIY options.
Being a huge dog lover, I love this picture of a bride and groom on their wedding day with their dogs paw showing off their rings.
What a great way to incorporate you furry family members into your wedding.
It may be cold outside, but there are some heart warming ways to celebrate a winter wedding! Check out these adorable DIY Instant Mocha Mix Favors from SomethingTurquoise. In just a few easy steps, you too can add this sweet favor to your winter wedding.
- Martha Stewart Crafts darling test tube favor kit
- Dry creamer
- Instant coffee
- Dry milk powder
- Cocoa powder
- Mallow bits and chocolate sprinkles
- Sticker paper
- Free label download from SomethingTurquoise.com
We just received the great news that EVCreations has been inducted into The Knot Best of Weddings Hall of Fame! Every year, The Knot asks brides to rate their wedding vendors, resulting in an annual list of the top wedding professionals. We have made the list an outstanding 4 times! Thanks so much to The Knot, our brides, grooms and clients!
Check out Managing A Home which is a blog with creative ideas for effectively managing your home, kids and life. There is a little bit of everything to help you stay on top of cooking, parenting and relationships. There are even some great ideas for the holidays!
HOLIDAY GIVEAWAY! Managing A Home showcased our Holiday Wine Labels on their blog about ideas for Holiday Hostess gifts. Check it out and sign up to WIN!
When you paint your walls (or when you hire a painter to paint your walls), fill an empty nail polish bottle with the paint so you have the color ready for touch ups in the future if need be. This DIY idea is so easy, and will save you a lot of trouble in the future when you have nail holes or marks on your wall.
What You Need
2. An empty nail polish bottle. We purchased ours at a beauty supply store, but you can just empty out an old nail polish bottle and clean it out with nail polish remover.
3. A syringe, you can get them at your local pharmacy.
The Easy Steps
Take the syringe and fill it with your paint color.
Take the paint filled syringe and slowly push the paint into the empty nail polish bottle. Make sure you do this over paper in case any paint misses the bottle.
Now that you have your paint in the nail polish bottle. Make sure you write the name of the color on the bottom, and what room the paint is used in. This paint color is used on the walls in our whole house, so we just wrote house.
By doing these easy steps while you already have your paint out, when you have paint touch ups in the future there will be no need to pry open an old can of paint and stir. All you will need to do is shake your paint filled nail polish bottle and brush on the wall.
We hope you like our paint touch up tip.
Check out this really beautiful way to give thanks and decorate this Thanksgiving.
In order to create this beautiful project, you will need:
-Sticks (maybe gathered during a family hike)
-Wooden chalkboard tags
-Glass Jar (gallon or half-gallon)
-Burlap and/or ribbon
Thanks to simplyvintagegirl.com for the detailed photos of assembly and for this sweet idea for giving thanks!