Monday, February 09, 2009

**Giveaway!!** Pleated Poppy Bridal Pins

My sister-in-law Lindsey and I have been brainstorming some fun ideas lately. You may have found her product line, The Pleated Poppy, through my blog before, but if you have not- please check it out. She hand designs such cute things!


We have been talking for a while about creating some Pleated Poppy wedding items and over Christmas vacation we sat down and had an idea session. I am so excited about what is to come! For one of my amazing March weddings, we have a couple really darling things in the works and I am constantly trying to find new inspiration for my other brides. If you are a client of mine and are interested in talking about using some cute fabric flowers in your wedding decor- let's talk! Even if you are not a client of mine, contact me or Lindsey to talk through some ideas if you are interested. She can custom make posies out of your wedding colors/fabric/decor, etc. 
Lindsey just posted her first official Bridal item: cute, simple, sweet and gorgeous Bridal Posies! They can be worn in your hair or pinned on a dress or sweater. I love em. Check them out here.
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To kick off the bridal line, Lindsey is going to be giving away the above hairpiece to one of my readers. Woo~hoo!
 So, here is what you have to do to enter: Check out Lindsey's blog  and shop, come back here and leave a comment sharing how you would use fabric flowers at a wedding or event. Or just tell us what you love! 
A winner will be randomly selected next monday, the 16th- President's Day! You will have until noon that day (pst) to enter. Browse and comment away!

20 comments:

Megan said...

i would use these precious posies to make an adorable clip matching my flower girls dresses! :)

LOVE her stuff...but i think you & Lindsey already know that!

Jodi {In Any Event} said...

What a talented SIL you have. LOVE her stuff. Her site is going into my resource file!

Anonymous said...

gorge-us!! ummm, as shoe clips maybe, bridesmaids gifts, on the ring bearer pillow...oh how CUTE would they be on BRIDAL FLIP FLOPS...for the beachy wedding!! corsages for moms... oh if I win I will gift it to my son's fiance......or maybe I will wear it..love it. you have a winner there Courtney & sis!!
barbara r

barbara said...

....attach to pen with ribbons for guest book, glue onto picture frame for wedding portrait...

JLP said...

purrty- but i'm not a bride :)

IzzyE said...

Hey Courtney! I love these, they're absolutely adorable! There's a site called spoonflower where you create you're own fabric and I keep thinking that it'd be a great way to add details to the wedding (as table runners, as the bouquet wraps, etc) and how cute would it be to have Lindsey make posies to go on bridesmaids and flower girl dresses!!

Anyway, the real reason I was writing is that there's something wrong with the link to you Lindsey's store :)

You don't need to enter me in the contest since I'm not getting married, but just thought I'd share!

Miss you!

Joyful Weddings and Events said...

Thanks Izzy! I just fixed that.

And- J & Izzy, you don't have to be a bride to enter :)

gk said...

This is so adorable! I would use this either in my hair or to pin up my bustle! We are actually using fabric flowers for the centerpieces to save money - but they look so real!! Love your site! -Kellsey

Paige said...

You guys are related!!!! I read her blog all the time. How great is that!

I especially love her reversible headbands. The bridal posie pin is such a simple, elegant gesture to make heads turn when the bride walks by. Lovely!

toni said...

I'd use the flowers in my hair ^_^

Michelle @ My Wedding Report said...

Those fabric flowers are so pretty! I'd love to put a colorful one in my flowergirl's hair or dress or on the ring bearer pillow. Also, for bridesmaid gifts to wear at the wedding. And of course in the bride's hair.

krystle said...

i LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these pins! They are so cute and I would love to win them! I can't wait to give them to my sister in law for her upcoming wedding!

Kristin said...

i love everything at the pleated poppy!

i was a bride 4 years ago... but if i were getting married again (no plans to - i am happily married!) i would use the beautiful white pin in my hair, and i would use colored ones attached to ribbon wrapped around vases of simple flowers.

Jaci said...

These are adorable! What a great idea! My friend is getting married next summer and this would look took cute on the bow/ribbon of her dress.
Jaci

jenstamps said...

These are just gorgeous!!!

Living in FL I love the idea of using these to dress up flip flops for a beach wedding!

angel said...

absolutely precious! these would look great attached to some ribbon and tied around napkins @ place settings. ;-)

Jess said...

BEAUTIFUL!!! I would use this clip for my daughters baptism & the buy more for her friends being baptized!!! SO SO SUPER cute, what a crafty gal!

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thehopelessromantik said...

I'd honestly put them everywhere. Clip them to my hair, the dresses, the ribbons around the bouquet, on the ringbearer pillow... the boutonnière, instead of a real flower... though I don't know how my groom would feel about that. Haha he'd have to just deal with it. Hmm. I'd have it in everyone in the bridal party's hair, I could put them in fun places like the guest book & such, and I'd probably find something to clip it to on the centerpiece. Or maybe just get some bigger ones and make THAT the centerpiece. That would be so adorable. I could always attach them to rings and let the bridal party wear them too. That would be so cute! Ahh! And they could be holding the silverware bundles together, clipped over the napkin. Clipped to the table cloth/ runners. And I wouldn't just be wearing them for my wedding... those are too cute to be EXCLUSIVE for weddings.. I'd wear them all the time in my hair. My hair looks horrible plain so I have to put stuff in it... I'm getting sick of my fake silk daisy. Those are precious though! And they would make a great gift too, for all of the bridesmaids! How many would you be giving away?