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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:
The Spring 2013 issue of Martha Stewart Weddings magazine highlights the fantastic color combination of cornflower blue and melon. I think it is such a fresh and bright color scheme for a spring or summer wedding. There are tons of ways to incorporate this theme into every detail of your wedding. The pictures above are from the story and we have even more inspiration below!
Always a source of abounding inspiration, The Martha Stewart Weddings spring issue hit stands on March 4th. The annual ‘color’ issue is overflowing with tons of innovative ways to incorporate an assortment of hues into your wedding day.
The magazine’s website has also recently launched a new “Wedding Dress Finder” application to help brides more easily navigate through the process of finding the perfect dress! Broken down into categories including: designer, silhouette, length, neckline, and color, the “Wedding Dress Finder” works to take the stress out of searching for your gown.
To celebrate the release of this new app, you all have access to a free download of their digital subscription on your iPad here by entering this code: GFgCNm. Enjoy!
If you are feeling crafty enough to make your own gift bags, here is some inspiration from Martha Stewart. She shows a cute way to make bags full of treats. It’s much more cost efficient to buy in bulk and then seperate the goodies into seperate bags. While your at it, you can encorporate the look to compliment your wedding.
We opted to make our own bags. Here is the post if you are in the DIY spirit.
Let’s chat. We have what is commonly referred to as a love/hate relationship. Right now, I’ve got no love for you. It’s not me, it’s you. You see, you set these unreasonable expectations for your dear followers.
First off, I read all of your wonderful articles and get inspired. I think to myself, “I can do this!” Sometime, I can. Most of the time, I cannot.
My latest debacle involved an article that I read years ago about vintage stamp montages. I vowed to do this little project on my wedding invitations. Face it, you hired a fresh out of college eager 22 year old that spent days finding the perfect stamps.
I have spent close to eight hours trying to replicate your beautiful montage. Eight hours! It’s an entire work day. Instead, I was trying to create a montage that would meet the postage cost AND look aesthetically pleasing. Then, I spent a good portion of two nights gluing the suckers onto each invitation.
I survived. A glutton for punishment, I decided that I would line my own wedding envelopes. You showed it in four easy steps! Four easy steps! I feel like a prize idiot as I wasted $60 worth of artisan paper by cutting the paper incorrectly. After buying some more paper and begging my fiancé to help out, we finally made the liners. A good twenty hours later!
While I appreciate all of your ideas, perhaps you can come up with a color coded system to identify projects that require a Master’s in DIY genius.
Martha, why do you do this to your devoted readers?
Even if you aren’t as unyielding as me, most women wouldn’t even think twice about it. In fact, Greer from Faye & Greer completed discounted this dress because it only came in white.
The Editor of Martha Stewart’s Wedding, Darcy Miller, recently started a blog. One of her latest entries talked about her decision to wear white to a wedding! You can imagine my horror. I’m glad to see that I wasn’t the only one outraged. Check out the comments!
What would you do if a guest showed up wearing white to your wedding?