Wedding and events planner Dawn Mauberret shares her secrets for planning without stress – plus, items from our upcoming Etsy Weddings event in NYC.
Etsy sellers, blog contributors, design pros, and DIY experts share the little wedding reminders that mean the world to them.
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.
Proof that you don’t have to break the bank to buy an engagement ring that’s out of the ordinary — and beautiful!
“This is a genuine passion for me, and my journey as a stationer has only just begun.” Meet Amanda, a custom wedding stationery designer living in AU.
Custom’s the word when you’re working with designer and party favor dreamweaver Kristen McGillivray.
Planning a wedding? Meet Abby Morton, who specializes in designing printed invitations and favors.
Find out more about the inspiration behind Lenny Uzan’s sleek, sophisticated (and affordable!) designs.
This bridal designer finds inspiration in the nostalgic shapes and styles of the the 1960s.
Laura turned her love for calligraphy into a brand known for beautiful hand-lettering.
The mother-daughter team behind Bubal’e loves making custom orders and designing special occasion dresses for little girls.
Meet Steven Wyatt. This maker of wooden rings loves creating custom work using wood that has sentimental value to his customers.
Amanda Franz started her custom wedding stationery line in her childhood bedroom. Now, she has a thriving business and a beautiful studio in Portland.
Meet the Los Angeles-based maker behind bridal accessory line Erica Elizabeth Designs.
Learn the story behind Sofie Skein-Hall’s hand-sculpted figurines.
When she couldn’t find the bridal accessories of her dreams, Anya was inspired to design her own.