Delicate, beautiful antique wedding crowns for the romantic bride—sourced, cleaned, and repaired by this Berlin collector and accessories designer.
April Rissell designs vintage-inspired flower crowns and hair accessories for brides who share her appreciation of bygone eras.
Learn how this Toronto paper cutting artist turned a DIY whim into a thriving business creating original art, custom wedding cake toppers, and cards.
What began as a way to de-stress from a challenging job has become a profitable full-time pursuit for personalized jewelry designer Rebecca Tollefsen.
Embroidery artist Rebecca Kneale’s custom wedding keepsakes — father of the bride tie patches, something blue dress labels — strike the sweetest note.
For this graphic designer, personal stories and romantic moments are best expressed through the gift of a handwritten card.
Personal details are at the heart of everything wedding designer and 3-D paper artist Michelle Kann creates.
Designer Orly Pittel infuses her line of personalized wedding and home goods with a joyful spirit.
From flower farming to wedding bouquets, this nature-loving designer has done it all.
This California native uses traditional papel picado to create delightful (and surprising) items for celebrations of all kinds.
Learn how a custom wedding-favor business funded this coffeehouse lover’s lifelong dream of opening a brick-and-mortar meeting place.
Learn how Heather Parker’s passion for fostering rescue dogs developed into a bona fide business plan.
Meet Ellie Snow, the artist and designer behind modern-meets-traditional wedding paper goods line Hello Tenfold.
Felicite graduated from college at the height of the recession — but that didn’t stop her from starting a successful bridal accessories business.
Designer Kasia Wisniewski creates nature-inspired jewelry and accessories with a 3D printer.
This family business takes pride in creating heirloom-quality wedding and engagement rings.
Inspired by her surroundings, this Milan-based fashion designer puts needle to fabric to create showstopping bridal gowns and evening wear.
You won’t find any stuffy stationery in Julia and Chris Roberts’ line of fresh, fun paper goods designed for offbeat brides.
Named for the succulents in her grandmother’s garden, Alizabeth’s shop boasts beautiful custom illustrations and wedding invitations.
In the thick of planning her wedding, Susanne Gadegaard unleashed her creativity and found her passion: crafting bridal accessories by hand.
Planning a wedding? Meet Abby Morton, who specializes in designing printed invitations and favors.