Richmond Bride editorial and art staffers took a special shine to these products that didn't quite fit into a full fashion spread or feature story.
Instead of using a guest book, a couple asked their friends and family to sign a gig poster that reflected their love of music (the reception featured live performances). Editor-in-Chief
Susan Winiecki spotted the poster on Itty Bitty Press' website ( ittybittypress.com/portfolio/erin-adam )
Christina Macfarlane is not only a gifted fashion photographer, but she also makes cool jewelry. Richmond Bride managing editor Kate Andrews digs Bohobo Collective's headpieces fashioned from delicate chains, beads and cloth flowers. Perfect for a low-maintenance bride. Search etsy.com for Bohobo Collective
It would take nerve to send this to your guests, but a lot of brides and their moms can appreciate this RSVP card (found by managing editor Kate Andrews at Quirk Gallery) that reads, "Yes, as a matter of fact I do want this back."
We really don't know how United Wedding Films ( unitedwedding.com ) does it, but Richmond magazine's art director and videographer Justin Vaughan was impressed with the artistic and funny wedding videos that they edit the same day — and screen during the reception! Yes, you read that right.