Happy Wednesday Everyone....I'm so excited to introduce you to The Bride's Cafe newest contributor....say hello to Alisha. Alisha will be stopping by the cafe a couple of times a week to share lots of beautiful inspiration with us...Alisha is such a sweetheart and I'm so fortunate to have her be a part of the cafe...so please give her a HUGE cafe welcome and let's check out her first of many lovely features...so without further ado...here's Alisha....xoxo
I'm Alisha and I am so excited to be stopping by on The Bride's Cafe
! If you are familiar with the Tumblr wedding blog scene, you may know me from Wedding Whimsy
, my little blog about vintage, creative, rustic weddings. I was so fortunate to meet the sweet, talented Janie Medley this past week and she has been wonderful to let me come post on her blog! Hopefully I will be stopping by again sometime soon! Thanks for reading & I hope you enjoy!!! ~ A
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Ribbons are the first thing that comes to mind when you think about crafts, gift wrap, and things you used to tie in your hair as a little girl... but what about weddings? Recently, different ways to use ribbons have been popping up all over the blogs and magazines. They are an inexpensive, mostly simple way to express your personality in your decor, and the opportunities to customize are endless! So as you read on, re-think those old spools of craft ribbons in your gift wrap closet and how they can inspire you to create something new.
1. Inspired by an Anthropologie
floor set, a gorgeous cascade of paper ribbons creates the perfect backdrop for a rustic or empty-looking venue. Oh, yeah, and that's a DIY made from receipt tape by the way.