“There are a lot of amazing Etsy shops out there, and we are proud to be one of them.”
“I truly enjoy working with all of my lovely brides.”
“My main focus is what will be beautiful and flattering to the bride, while also comfortable to wear.”
“Only the most special and interesting pieces get added to my collection.”
“I love to be silly and nonsensical. Who knows what it might inspire?”
“It’s so exciting when you truly believe that the possibilities are endless – and why shouldn’t they be?”
Think only a superstar could pull off as many incredible big-day ensembles as Miss Knowles? Our all-Etsy shopping guide puts her style within reach.
Find the one you want to spend the rest of your life with.
The experts at Lover.ly share three ways to work this vibrant blue hue into your big day.
Browse some big-day outfits and accessories for your furry friends, as featured in Sweet Paul Magazine’s new weddings issue.
Erica and Sutee’s shared love of adventure and the great outdoors inspired their personalized decor and remote celebration.
Abigail and Israel’s intimate celebration centered around their loved ones, a scenic Maine farmhouse, and good, homemade food.
Purchasing a custom gown online is a little nerve-wracking, so we’ve compiled tips from the pros to help you get the dress of your dreams.
From the waffle bar to the bride’s own breathtaking dress, Victoria and Frank’s big event was crafted with love, one detail at a time.
“I’m so inspired by the simplicity of chalk art – it’s literally just dust on a surface.” – Valerie
“Clothing for us is like a work of art, full of potential for expression.” – Carine and Claire
“Getting to do what I love – writing, painting, drawing, and creating – for people all over the world brings me great joy. ” – Rachel
Need ideas for the big day? Check out the must-have cake toppers, guestbook alternatives and favor ideas that will make for an unforgettable event.
“I’ve always had a special interest in evening wear and bridal.” – Thea
Mary Andrews shares the Etsy Merchandising Team’s picks for must-have bridal gowns, headpieces, bridesmaids’ dresses and jewelry.
With this simple technique, anyone can transform a bunch of blooms into a show-stopping spring accessory.