Create Your Own Wedding Magazine with Twenty Pages

Twenty Pages Wedding Magazine

You know how sometimes wedding programs go on for pages and pages, or wedding invites end up having a ton of inserts to share all of the details of the big day? What if you could house all of the important information you’d like to share with your guests into a beautiful, custom magazine? Well now you can with Twenty Pages! Kind of incredible, right?!

Use your Twenty Pages as an engaging wedding program, fun save the date idea or as a unique wedding invitation! They’re great for your welcome bags as well and are ideal for the couple that has a ton of information to share. Let’s take a peek at the layouts, shall we?

Twenty Pages Wedding Magazine

Twenty Pages Wedding Magazine


Creating your Twenty Pages is easy! All they’ll need from you is a few pictures, some anecdotes and essential information about your wedding. Their designers will take your content and turn it into a beautiful magazine that is sure to leave your guests impressed! There are three beautiful magazine styles to choose from and you can really customize your magazine based on your unique needs. Be sure to check out the full Jolie wedding program sample to see how charming + captivating the layout looks!

Twenty Pages Wedding Magazine

Twenty Pages Wedding Magazine

Twenty Pages Wedding Magazine

Twenty Pages Wedding Magazine


Pretty gorgeous, right?! Once you are ready to create your personalized wedding programs or fun invitation alternative, we’re excited to let you know that Twenty Pages is generously offering a 15% discount for any order of 80 magazines or more when you mention the code “TwentyShoes” at checkout. But don’t wait too long! The offer ends March 15, 2014.

To learn more about all the ways Twenty Pages can easily + beautifully display all of your important wedding information, all while creating a fun + meaningful keepsake, visit their website today.

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Simple Winter Woodland Wedding Inspiration

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I hope you are all having a lovely weekend! We thought we’d mix things up a bit and share this lovely shoot today – feels like a perfect feature for a cozy weekend. :)

Small, handmade weddings are especially close to Elicia Bryan‘s heart (and ours, too!) so she decided to design + photograph a beautiful shoot that takes us back to the root of what weddings are really all about: the love between the couple! From the wildflower-inspired florals, to the idea of having a cozy basket of blankets near a campfire, the team really tried to create an intimate + homey feel. They staged the setting with an effortlessly pretty tablescape, homemade cakes + a fun whiskey bar to keep everyone warm! Lots to be inspired by for couples tying the knot this coming winter!

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pod bouquet

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green tablescape in the woods

winter woodland inspiration

tall skinny candles

whiskey bar

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Loving this sweet hair adornment from Flower Crown Society!

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winter woodland inspiration

winter woodland inspiration

acorn cake topper

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winter woodland inspiration


We hope this shoot inspires you to incorporate a few simple, handmade touches into your day. Thanks so much to everyone below!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend + see you on Monday!

photography: Elicia Bryan // venue: The Inn at Serenbe Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia // florals: Adaptation Floral Design // bouquet: DIY // hair + makeup: Andrea Carter Artistry // hair crown: Flower Crown Society // vintage rentals: Four Inch Fold // cake + pies: Robert Mahoney

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DIY: Cement Centerpieces

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Did you love the cement centerpieces from the Modern Watercolor inspiration shoot we shared earlier today? Katie Pritchard created a fun DIY on how to create your own cement shapes for your wedding! These are great pieces if you’re looking to DIY your own flowers, or if you want a more industrial feel to your tablescapes. Plus, you can keep them after for your own place!

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What You’ll Need:
Quikrete concrete mix
Cardboard boxes. I bought moving boxes from home depot for $2 each!
Duct tape
• Other bottles of various shapes (I used a milk carton and iced tea bottle. Think outside the box for fun shapes!)
Xacto knife
• Tarp or plastic sheet (your local hardware shop will give you one for your trunk)
Large bucket to mix concrete in.
• Mixing stick (or anything to mix your concrete with)

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1. Start by cutting you bottles in half with an xacto knife. Trace out your shapes/3D figures on the cardboard and tape together with duct tape to hold together. For the geometric mold I followed this tutorial. Leave an opening in your cardboard shape for concrete to be poured in. Lay out your tarp to keep concrete from getting on anything in your workspace. Mix your concrete as per instructions on the bag. Then, pour your concrete into your shapes and bottles.

Helpful tip: double secure your duct tape on the cardboard shapes to insure no leaks. Also, if you mix the bag of concrete all at once, work quickly! I did mine in batches to avoid it drying too fast.

2. After you’ve poured the concrete into your molds, take a halved end of a water bottle (or cap of something to create a crevice) and push into your shape’s top to create a hole for your flowers. Weigh down water bottle half if needed with something heavy. Let sit for instructed time to cure. Some may spill over so leave enough room in the top for that.

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3. After it has dried, peel/cut off your cardboard and plastic (you will have to use your xacto to get the plastic off) to reveal your concrete vase. Then, cut your water bottle halves away from the top of the concrete (some may be poking up if you didn’t put it in perfectly even like me. You can see it a bit in the above photo). Then you’re finished!

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So rad, right?! And remember, if you make one of our DIY projects be sure to share with us on Instagram using the hashtag #GreenWeddingShoesDIY

DIY created by Katie Pritchard exclusively for GWS.

 

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