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Megan @ Princess Lasertron's Picture
Princess Lasertron, Omaha Vendor: Flowers made of felt, vintage buttons and other ephemera Website: Princess Lasertron About Me: I started Princess Lasertron in 2005 creating custom bouquets out of felt, vintage buttons, and other ephemera. I give each bride an heirloom-quality piece that will bring a personal dimension to their wedding and everyday lives. What I love most is meeting and collaborating with unique women whose weddings are a true representation of them and their partners. As for me...I live nocturnally, I'm an INTP, I play Dungeons and Dragons every other Saturday, and I'm a perpetual student.
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LeeAnn’s Flowers

November 25th, 2009 @ 12:13 pm by Megan @ Princess Lasertron

Today we get to find out if we’re having a little he or a little she. I can’t wait!

Until then, check out the latest little bridal order I made for LeeAnn. She’s one of my rare local brides here in Nebraska and I can’t wait to see how her blue/green/jewel-toned wedding comes together this weekend. I wish her and her fiance all the best!

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Chelsea Petaja, Nashville Vendor: Hair Accessories Website: Oh My Deer! About Me: "Oh, My Deer!" was born out of a love for play-on-words and getting my hands dirty. I live in Music City USA in a little loft with brick walls, concrete floors and my husband. I teach Visual Arts at a Montessori school that grows organic vegetables and composts nearly everything. It satisfies the hippie in me. I make flowers and feathers for your hair that I hope make you feel beautiful. Sometimes I make drawings and invitations for your eyes. And then that leaves everything in between that I pretend to know how to do.
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I know I’ve said it before, but I really do love seeing the ladies and gents that end up wearing the pieces we’ve worked on together.
Heather and Matie were married in Mexico last month, coming all the way from Canada to enjoy their stunning destination. The combination of pinks and black they chose for the boutonnieres, waist sash and hair flower brought a punch of edginess to the sand and surf. Oh, and the unidentified stripper in the last picture was pretty edgy, too. Ha!

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Sabrina & Eunice Moyle, San Francisco, CA Vendor: Invitations & Stationery Website: Hello! Lucky About Me: We (sisters Eunice and Sabrina Moyle) started Hello!Lucky in 2003 out of Eunice's garage with a hand-cranked Vandercook printing press. Since then we've created whimsical stationery and greeting card designs for almost every occasion, including wedding invitations, save the dates, thank you notes, and a line of hilarious sock monkey cards! We love crafting, flea marketing, fashion, travel, and all things paper. We're based San Francisco with a studio in London, so we're immersed in design trends from around the world!
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New Ban.do!

October 16th, 2009 @ 8:35 am by Sabrina & Eunice @ Hello! Lucky

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We’ve expressed our love for ban.do before, but there is something so romantic and lovely about their new Black label line.

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Megan @ Princess Lasertron's Picture
Princess Lasertron, Omaha Vendor: Flowers made of felt, vintage buttons and other ephemera Website: Princess Lasertron About Me: I started Princess Lasertron in 2005 creating custom bouquets out of felt, vintage buttons, and other ephemera. I give each bride an heirloom-quality piece that will bring a personal dimension to their wedding and everyday lives. What I love most is meeting and collaborating with unique women whose weddings are a true representation of them and their partners. As for me...I live nocturnally, I'm an INTP, I play Dungeons and Dragons every other Saturday, and I'm a perpetual student.
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Wendy’s Flowers

September 4th, 2009 @ 9:54 am by Megan @ Princess Lasertron

My friend Wendy asked me to create a flower for her sister’s birthday party in Las Vegas this weekend. I made a big set of nine and let her choose…

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…the rest of them will be in the Princess Lasertron store later this week.

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Chelsea Petaja, Nashville Vendor: Hair Accessories Website: Oh My Deer! About Me: "Oh, My Deer!" was born out of a love for play-on-words and getting my hands dirty. I live in Music City USA in a little loft with brick walls, concrete floors and my husband. I teach Visual Arts at a Montessori school that grows organic vegetables and composts nearly everything. It satisfies the hippie in me. I make flowers and feathers for your hair that I hope make you feel beautiful. Sometimes I make drawings and invitations for your eyes. And then that leaves everything in between that I pretend to know how to do.
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Shoe Love, Vol. II

August 31st, 2009 @ 5:10 pm by Chelsea Petaja @ Oh My Deer

Though I normally incorporate the chiffon puffs onto my shoe embellishments, this bride wanted a slightly different twist on her feet. I’m in love with the end result. There’s not much better than a big, creamy flower to accentuate a little toe cleavage!

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Chelsea Petaja, Nashville Vendor: Hair Accessories Website: Oh My Deer! About Me: "Oh, My Deer!" was born out of a love for play-on-words and getting my hands dirty. I live in Music City USA in a little loft with brick walls, concrete floors and my husband. I teach Visual Arts at a Montessori school that grows organic vegetables and composts nearly everything. It satisfies the hippie in me. I make flowers and feathers for your hair that I hope make you feel beautiful. Sometimes I make drawings and invitations for your eyes. And then that leaves everything in between that I pretend to know how to do.
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Feathered Finds

August 4th, 2009 @ 12:29 pm by Chelsea Petaja @ Oh My Deer

If you can’t tell, I’m a huge fan of OnceWed. The reasons are endless. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that I really, really like Emily: the brains and beauty behind the scenes.

Today, Emily featured Justin and Amanda’s wedding. The wedding was lovely, clean and classic. Luckily, I was able to make the boutounnieres - two fabric flowers for Amanda’s hair, and a miniature piece for the flower girl. Head over to OnceWed’s “Real Weddings” section to see more of this charming day!

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Chelsea Petaja, Nashville Vendor: Hair Accessories Website: Oh My Deer! About Me: "Oh, My Deer!" was born out of a love for play-on-words and getting my hands dirty. I live in Music City USA in a little loft with brick walls, concrete floors and my husband. I teach Visual Arts at a Montessori school that grows organic vegetables and composts nearly everything. It satisfies the hippie in me. I make flowers and feathers for your hair that I hope make you feel beautiful. Sometimes I make drawings and invitations for your eyes. And then that leaves everything in between that I pretend to know how to do.
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Has everyone headed over to OnceWed today to see the stunning wedding of Jordyn and Bradley, shot by the handsome Tec Petaja? I had the pleasure of meeting Jordyn and Bradley last night while they were in town to see our friends :: plug, plug :: The Civil Wars, held at Billy Reid. So of course I had to ask Jordyn if she made the lovely combo on her shoes. Well here you go ladies; here’s the secret to beautiful embellishments like these…
 

Jordyn bought a pair of vintage clip on earrings (for $7.50), hot-glued three guinea feathers to each piece,and voilà! Now, you can clip and position the embellishments how you’d like. Easy, removable shoe goodness! As for clip-on earrings, Etsy is a great resource for this, but so is your local Goodwill, flea market, or antique shop if you feel like putting some leg work into it. Guinea feathers are at craft stores (Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, etc.) and on-line.

Amazing, huh?

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Sarah Parrott, Rhode Island Vendor: Invitation Designer Website: Parrott Design Studio About Me: I am the designer & printer behind Parrott Design Studio, specializing in custom letterpress and screen printed wedding and event invitations, stationery, and paper goods. With a background in non-profit marketing & art history, I began the studio in 2006 in my small apartment in Providence, RI. Since then I have moved to a studio built my fiancé, acquired a Golding Jobber letterpress, & have been happily printing ever since. I grew up in Portland, Maine, and I have always had an affinity for the ocean, mountains, birds, gardening, & the simple life. When I am not printing, I can be found somewhere outside with my fiancé & playful pup.
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clutch and flower gift

My sister’s wedding has come and gone. Phew! I have not danced that much since my cousin’s wedding in Chicago two years ago! My sister did an amazing job with all of the little details, especially the bridesmaid’s gifts. Jess had clutches custom made for each bridesmaid to match the colors of her wedding - black, white, and pink. The clutches were perfect and just the right size. I was able to fit my cell phone, lip gloss, gum {which she included in each one}, and my ever-important maid of honor speech.

Jess also gave each of us a necklace to wear on the big day. We all wore black dresses so these necklaces add a nice bit of sparkle. As the Maid of Honor, Jess also gave me the prettiest flower to wear in my hair…which she made! I love those guinea feathers. More photos of her wedding to come!

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Amy Salinger, New York, NY Vendor: Stylist Website: Amy Salinger About Me: Fashion has always made me tick. Having lived in Boston, Chicago and New York City, I have learned from “real” people that style is what makes each individual look and feel fabulous. I personally teach that there is no such thing as having “nothing to wear”. My techniques are proven to save time and money by understanding what you own, knowing how to use it and how to develop it. Buy what you need. Use what you have.
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date ring

I’m always up for new and creative products, especially when they are fashionable. My wonderful and amazing film guy, Nate, sent over a link to a website full of crazy rings. Some had expandable cups, some had buildings, but in the end, they really were all pretty stylish. I was so surprised.

This “date” ring was one of my favorites. Not only can you never forget what day it is (or an important day like your anniversary) but it is also a great conversation piece. That really was the point of most of the pieces on this fun site. All of the rings are interesting, different and fun. Check out all the funky styles at a Beautiful Life.

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Chelsea Petaja, Nashville Vendor: Hair Accessories Website: Oh My Deer! About Me: "Oh, My Deer!" was born out of a love for play-on-words and getting my hands dirty. I live in Music City USA in a little loft with brick walls, concrete floors and my husband. I teach Visual Arts at a Montessori school that grows organic vegetables and composts nearly everything. It satisfies the hippie in me. I make flowers and feathers for your hair that I hope make you feel beautiful. Sometimes I make drawings and invitations for your eyes. And then that leaves everything in between that I pretend to know how to do.
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One of the materialistic pleasures of wedding planning is accessorizing–of course accessorizing the event, but more importantly, accessorizing yourself. I kept it pretty simple. I wore my sister’s veil, wore earrings and a bracelet (given to me as a wedding present by my sister) made by lillyella, and one of the best pairs of shoes I’ve ever seen in real life.

I’d had fun looking for shoes, but hadn’t had much luck. We were trying to throw an epic event for 300 people on a less-than-average wedding budget, so I’d kept myself on a strict $50 or less budget for shoes. Since our wedding would be mostly outdoors, I wanted wedges so that I wouldn’t aerate the lawns with my heels and fall flat on my face. I also wanted a pair that would be fun and surprising, but that didn’t distract from my gown. {After taking my shoes and gown in for my last fitting, I walked around the part of town I was in, shopping while holding my shoes in my free hand. “Ooohh, what cute shoes!” I had a woman say to me. “Thanks, they’re my wedding shoes!” “Oh. But you’re not going to wear them with your wedding gown, are you?” “Yeah… I am… They’re my wedding shoes.”}

My sister found my wedding shoes while out shopping for herself at no place other than Ross: Dress for Less. I love that place. Love. Along with TJ Maxx and Marshalls, there’s no where else I’d rather shop for shoes and house decor. That is, unless, I somehow fall into lots and lots of money and I can rationalize and afford buying those things at Anthropologie. So she called me, told me she’d found my shoes, bought them for me since she knew they’d be perfect… and bought a pair for herself in purple since they were only $14.99. I can’t blame the girl. :grin:

Anyway, I’ve had tons and tons… and tons of brides contact me asking me where I got my shoes and what the brand was. (They’re Dollhouse, by the way.) Not only are they super cute, but the fact that they were such a steal makes them even more amazing in my book. So this post is dedicated to beautiful shoes: all fun, all statement making, all that could be worn under a wedding gown… all for under $50. {Click on the image of the shoe to be directed to the site it came from. }

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