Category: Indie I Do

indie i do :: authentique design

Working with both new and old materials, Authentique Design uses vintage findings and semi-precious stones to create handmade pieces. Inspired by the time period of the 1930s to the 1980s, she recycles and reworks old pieces whenever possible to create modern designs with vintage appeal. Come meet Hailey at Indie I Do on Saturday, January 28th, 2012 at the Heritage Hall from 11-5pm. She can work with you and your bridal party to create a one of a kind necklace or incorporate a cherished piece into something new for your special day!

Visit her etsy shop here or meet her in person at Indie I Do! You can still win a pair of tickets over here!

indie i do :: studio wonder

Meet Ashley from Studio Wonder, a design studio based in the Lower Mainland. She’ll be at Indie I Do on Saturday, January 28th, 2012 at the Heritage Hall showcasing her complete line of wedding stationery. Aren’t her pieces lovely? As a Graphic Designer, Ashley’s love of colour and playfulness shines through with a fun, creative collection with a touch of quirky to match each couple that she designs for.

Find her here: website | blog | facebook | twitter or meet her in person at Indie I Do! You can still win a pair of tickets over here.

wedding wednesday :: screen printing


The cute table display in the first image caught my eye while flipping through an old copy of Martha Stewart Weddings and used it as my inspiration for my Indie I Do booth display. Although, it may not work well for a large wedding, it would definitely be eye catching for the head table or as decoration for smaller events leading up to the wedding. This may also work well if you have a small kids table at your event. Just leave a pack of crayons and the kids can go crazy during the speeches prior to the start of dinner!

images via Martha Stewart

Here are some more handmade touches that we incorporated into our booth…

Using a blender pen, we transferred our logo onto old book pages.

Paper cuts. I loved how this turned out! Sorry to any librarians that may reading this!

Here is another interesting idea found via Martha Stewart for those interested in screen printing and adding a unique touch to their seating plans!