We at The Joyful Bride are celebrating our grand opening our Etsy store and also our new blog! To celebrate, we are going to give-away 1 copy of our DIY Wedding Complete product! This product is the ultimate planning product for organizing every detail of your wedding! You can read more about it here....http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=22577752.
To register for this give-away, all you need to do is click on the link above, check out the product and then leave a comment below on this blog on how you think this product could help keep you a Joyful Bride!!! It's really that simple! :-)
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding and good luck! We will announce the winner on this blog on Wed., April 15th!
Finding something unique and different for the groom and groomsmen is always a problem it seems like. This Etsy artist creates some unique items that all men are sure to love, especially when they find out item can be customized for each person! How cool is that?!
The history of cufflinks goes back to the middle ages where its precursor the ‘cuff string’ adorned the wrists of fashinable gentlemen of the day. One of the earliest references to what we know recognise as cufflinks was made in the London Gazette of 1684 which referred to a pair of cuff buttons set with diamonds, the same journal in 1686 also described a pair of gold enamelled cuff buttons. More evidence of the existence of cufflinks in the middle ages was found in Suffolk, England when a decorated gold single chain cufflink was discovered also dating back to the 17th century.Despite its early appearance the continual taste for adorning sleeve ends with elaborate wrist ruffles meant it was not until the mid-nineteenth century that the cufflink really came into its own as dandy-ish ruffles gave way to functionally minimal sleeves and in particular the arrival of the French Cuff (also called the Double Cuff) or as the French themselves called it poignet mousquetaire – the musketeers cuff, paving the way for the emergence proper of cufflinks.Initially confined to the upper echelons of society, by the 1860’s cufflink grew into the mainstream as jewelers like Child & Child in London and Krementz & Co in New York brought out cufflinks that were within the price range of the wider public.
Custom cuff links for your wedding would be a nice touch- Personalize each set of cuff links for each Groomsmen. Need help with getting started? Send an email to email@example.com
We are excited to launch our new blog and our new Etsy store all designed to help Brides and engaged couples make planning their wedding a joyful experience!
Our new product "DIY Wedding Planning" is an Excel spreadsheet program that allows couples to plan and organize every aspect of their wedding from the day she says "yes" to the day you both send out your thank you notes and everything in between! This easy to use product will no doubt make planning your wedding a joyful experience.
You can see our products on our new Etsy store at www.thejoyfulbride.etsy.com.
We want to use this blog to connect Brides and couples to lots of great products for their wedding and to also provide tips and helpful information on your special day.
Thanks for checking us out and we look forward to helping you with your special day!