Planning a Pin-Worthy Wedding (A Hello!Lucky Giveaway)
In just six months my best friend Jen is getting married. We’ve known each other so long that I consider her family so, naturally, I’m beyond excited that she’s tying the knot. Living in San Francisco, I’m the friend (and bridesmaid) farthest away from the bride, who is back in our Long Island, New York hometown.
But, thanks to Pinterest, I still feel like I’m part of the planning process! When we’re in between visits or phone catch-ups, I peek at Jen’s wedding inspiration boards to get an idea of what she’s been up to. But even though Pinterest is an incredible planning tool for brides, it also ups the pressure to host celebrations that would impress the likes of Martha Stewart.
When Jen and her fiancé Dennis announced they were engaged last year, I sent her a copy of Handmade Weddings, knowing that she likes things to be picture perfect. In this book, sisters Eunice Moyle and Sabrina Moyle, the co-founders of specialty letterpress printer and design studio Hello!Lucky, and stylist Shana Faust, the former Deputy Style Editor of Martha Stewart Weddings, join forces to create the essential guide to planning a Pin-worthy wedding. With more than 50 projects to style and personalize your big day, the pages are practically overflowing with inspiration and will help you make your wedding unforgettable.
If you’re in search of clever and creative ways to style your day, be sure to pick up Handmade Weddings and check out Eunice and Sabrina on Pinterest. I’m sure Jen and Dennis will have a made-for-Pinterest wedding—just look how happy they are together! They’re Pin-worthy already.
Leave a comment here for the chance to win a copy of Handmade Weddings, plus two adorable card packs (Year Of Cheer and Year Of Love) from Hello!Lucky. We’ll randomly select a winner on Thursday, February 2.
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