Damask lovers, this is your dream come true!
Lindsey was very kind to share the templates she created for her wedding using the above patterns that also sent me. Thanks so much for sharing these templates, I’m sure a lot of my readers will make great use of them (right, girls?). Check out her amazing black, white and green knot bio.
Download wrap around address labels template.ppt
Download water bottle template.ppt
Western fonts can be seen in any wedding stationery these days. I love the retro vibe they give and while they still look grand, these fonts make any wedding invitation look fun and whimsical. You can download a pack of western fonts and dingbats for free here (including Playbill font).
On Monday I will be presenting you with the 10 vintage bride blogger finalists. Remember that you will be able to vote on your 3 favorite brides that you would like to see blogging on VintageGlam. Please note that I will continue to blog like I usually do! The three vintage brides will be blogging here to share their own experience with you and to add different perspectives of vintage weddings.So nothing will drastically change, you’ll just see more vintage inspiration and ideas!
Stay tuned for a lovely giveaway on Monday (be sure to subscribe to be the first to know)!
Camilla Engman created this fabulous freebie for the holidays: non denominational gift tags!