All jewel-loving fingers point to Anna Sheffield. Mixed metal, inverted stone, and streamlined wheat styles are eye-catching, but the brilliant rosette and crescent bridal set might blind you.
In a click, you can have an Ele Keats ruby heart, Andrea Lieberman lady spike, or any of the other stunners in Broken English’s cadre of gems available to ship overnight.
Get focused — or just go crazy — with inspiration and resource at Loverly. Share the mood boards you make with friends so they’ll know what you mean when you say, “not the peach one, the peachishone.” DailyCandy readers can sign up with beta code lovecandy and build boards quickly from a library of curated images from wedding bloggers like Grey Likes Weddings and Snippet & Ink.
Shave a few weeks off your lead time by snagging something from Whitney Deal, a just-launched line of simple, sophisticated gowns and garden party-ready dresses.
With a little foresight, you and your pretty maids can be all in a row of vintage-inspired prettiness from the new online shop at wedding blog Ruffled (which includes a few exclusive styles by Sarah Seven).
A flouncy, romantic headband or clip from Mignonne Handmade ups the natural nuptial factor of any ole white dress.
Love vs. Design hits the sweet spot for stationery suites. Pick a design (check out Sweet Elegance and Modern Day Love), personalize it, and have your entire paper program (save-the-dates, invitations, menus) done. Turnaround time on printing jobs is up to three weeks, but you can download a high-res file to print at home.
Build a comprehensive wedding website online at Virb.com. Spend five minutes watching the how-to video; ten bucks a month gets you ready to roll with fancy features like an audio player and Twitter feed.
Merci Registry is a customizable site that allows products or services to be added from anywhere on the Web. Come up with a few suggestions, and you’re done.
Downloading a Marry This guide (in a theme like 1940s Americana or Perfect Vineyard) takes the stress out of wedding planning, giving you a timeline for budget and vendors — and leaving you time to relax.
Skip the formal reception and head right for an instant feast. Have freshly harvested mollusks (think oysters and littleneck clams) delivered to your door by I Love Blue Sea.
Every awkward hug from Uncle Bart brings you one step closer to your honeymoon. With a little planning, that could mean waking up in the lap of extreme luxury at Cuixmala or spanning India at a leisurely locomotive pace on the Maharajas’ Express.
Turn the task of scheduling newly wedded bliss over to Ever After Honeymoons. After answering just a few questions about your relationship, owner Katie Frederick will purpose ideas for unforgettable adventures (and book accordingly).