When I found out about what Martha Stewart Weddings had been up to, I couldn’t contain my excitement. Recently, Martha Stewart Weddings paired up with REVEL so that readers could log on and shop the issue, cover to cover!
Here are some of the Martha Stewart Weddings magazine spreads available on REVEL:
1. Truffles for a Cause
This organization supports many significant causes, including medical, animal and humanitarian charities. After donating, you will receive chocolate truffles as wedding favors in return.
2. Arbor Day Foundation
Sweet Beginnings is one of my favorites! This local green company naturally makes honey and creates skin care products that are infused with honey. The best part? They offer jobs to previously incarcerated individuals. Find out more about Sweet Beginnings and shop here.
4. Greyston Bakery
Proceeds from these delicious purchases will go toward supporting community outreach and job training programs. Buy brownies, cookies and more treats here.
After customizing chocolate bars with 5 of your favorite ingredients, you can select 3 different charities to donate toward. Now you and your groom can finally agree on something. 🙂 Create your dream chocolate bar here!
Kyle and I had the best night of our lives. We were so thrilled to see our guests enjoying themselves. It was surreal seeing all my hard work fall in to place. I definitely had my dream wedding!
All photos by Steve Koo Photography.
As the guests entered the reception, they picked up their escort card. I embossed 3 white snow flakes and then my mom wrote the names of each guests in black.
I had to post this picture because of our expressions. Right before we were about to cut it Kyle told me he was going to smoosh it all over my face. Clearly, I didn’t like that idea and was telling him be better not. I’m glad he listed to me!
My last post, I shared the first part of Alison and Mitch’s Labor Day weekend wedding at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
All photos by Artisan Events.
Their escort card table and gift table was stunning! A Stem Above hung the all of the bridesmaid’s escort cards from the branches.
Last weekend, I had my first try at a DIY project. I attempted making cake pops, which I want to give as favors. I found a great recipe online with detailed instructions. I also decided to go back home since my Mom is always a great help (and I am not the best in the kitchen).
I made most of them into cake pops.
I also left a few without the stick to just try as normal cake pops.
This is the final product. I used ribbon that we had in the house, but will upgrade the ribbon for the wedding. I also want to add a cute tag that says thank you and the flavor of the cake pop.
Yesterday, I posted the first part of the day with Meridel and Wes. Today, I am posting all about their Newberry Library ceremony and reception.
All photos by Jeremy Lawson Photography.