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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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Jenny’s Flower Project

November 23rd, 2009 @ 1:31 pm by Megan @ Princess Lasertron

Several months ago I had lunch with my friend Jenny, who ordered a felt flower kit to make her own embroidered flower stems at home to keep in a vase on her desk. The other day, she sent me the results of what she had put together–I love these so much!

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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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Lisa and Jeff’s Flowers

August 18th, 2009 @ 8:31 am by Megan @ Princess Lasertron

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Today my amazing mail carrier picked up a big beautiful white box from me full of Lisa and Jeff’s wedding flowers!
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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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You’d think after typing the word boutonniere at least 100 times, I’d learn how to spell it correctly. But no. My solution is just to shorten it to bout and rely on spell-check to catch my blunders. I’m also still learning the difference between affect and effect, so maybe grammar and spelling isn’t my strong suit.

Anyway, I’m sweet on these bouts I made for a lovely, late-summer bride. I think this color combination is so fun and lighthearted. Really, it’s one of those palettes that fits just about all year-round, in my opinion! Plus, who can get enough of that red-and-white Martha Stewart twine? So what if I just ordered 300 feet of it…

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Happy Monday!

On another note, today is my first day back to work after a lovely summer vacation. I am thankful for these past few months off, anxious about the coming school year, grateful for a job, and looking forward to having the first few weeks under my belt.

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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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Yesterday I shared some photos of Leah’s bridal bouquet that I created using big felt posies, grey and white mother of pearl buttons, and some special painted buttons in bright shades of teal and turquoise.

Teal, light pink, and certain shades of blue and green are highly sought-after colors by my clients, and the high demand comes with a high price. To avoid passing the cost on to my customers, sometimes I carefully paint plain buttons to match the customer’s color palette, and when done right, no one can tell the difference. In this video I show you how to save money by painting your own plain, boring buttons to achieve the same effect!

Don’t forget to go over to the beautifully inspiring blog Taza and Husband and enter to win one of my awesome cool back-to-school notebook covers! I think today is the last day to enter…

Also remember to vote for me to win Martha Stewart’s DIY wedding crafts contest and help me achieve my dream of teaching a craft on the Martha Stewart Show! You guys have been crazy supportive so far and I think I might actually have a shot at this!

xo

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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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Leah’s Flowers

August 13th, 2009 @ 1:25 pm by Megan @ Princess Lasertron

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I loved working with Leah, one of my first local Omaha brides. Her super low-key wedding is August 16th and she’s wearing a gray and teal dress. She contacted me several weeks ago to make her a short-notice bouquet on a small budget. I’m so happy that I accepted the challenge because the results are so stunning to me!

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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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Blue flowers

This weekend’s flea was a little overcast, but we still managed to spot some great stuff. Our favorite flea newcomer hands-down was Tinsel Trading — we’ve always coveted their shop in New York, so it was so great to have them come to us!!

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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.
About Megan @ Princess Lasertron

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Sara Jane and Meg came to me a few months ago and asked me to work within a budget to create two happy, whimsical bouquets for their August 15th wedding. I couldn’t be more pleased with the results.

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Sabrina & Eunice @ Hello! Lucky's Picture
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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General Bead

July 31st, 2009 @ 9:32 am by Sabrina & Eunice @ Hello! Lucky

We paid a visit to General Bead yesterday — for those of you not in the know, it’s a San Francisco institution and one of the best bead resources out there!

Glass Beads detail

Glass Beads pinks and yellows

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Sabrina & Eunice @ Hello! Lucky's Picture
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!
About Sabrina & Eunice @ Hello! Lucky

Thanks to Wee Birdy, one of our favorite bloggers, who’s been guest blogging over at Oola Moola, for sharing her amazing feat of crafting 35 cards in 1 day (and for only £20)!! Several of them were from our book, Handmade Hellos!

Year’s supply of cards
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Kimberly Driessen, New York Vendor: Invitation Designer Website: Blue Ribbon Design About Me: I am the owner of Blue Ribbon Design, a graphic design studio in Manhattan that creates letterpress greeting cards and invitations. I specialize in vintage-inspired designs that incorporate historic details in a modern and elegant way. I love helping brides find the perfect visual motif to use throughout their wedding and especially enjoy working on events that take place at historic homes and gardens.
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Ribbon Resources

March 25th, 2009 @ 5:20 pm by Kimberly @ Blue Ribbon Design

It’s finally spring in New York and with the upcoming National Stationery Show, things are usually very busy. This is the time of year I spend a lot of time visiting all of my favorite shops to order trim, paper, flowers, and all the random accessories needed for special print projects and Blue Ribbon’s display at the show.

One of my favorite things to shop for is ribbon. I usually buy my ribbons directly from Midori, but if I need something for a special project in a hurry, I’ll run up to the Garment District and get what I need at M&J Trim, Tinsel Trading Company, or their sister store, The Store Across the Street. While I’m usually shopping for basic grosgrains and silk satins, I’m always tempted by the wide moiré ribbons and Tinsel Trading’s vintage metal laces and threads. Maybe someday I’ll have the opportunity to incorporate them in to a custom order….
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