It’s Friday. (Hurray!)
And we couldn’t let the week past us by without bringing you our Etsy Find of the Week.
This week we’ve fallen hard for these beautiful, sweet wedding bouquet charms by Whichgoose.
We’ve been noticing a trend for these keepsakes over the last year, and when we found these vintage-style ones on Etsy, we just knew we had to add them to our Bridal Musings Etsy page and share them with you guys.
These small, mini photo frames are such a lovely way to pay tribute to the people who can’t be with you in person on your wedding day.
We often feature real brides who are looking for ways to honour their loved-ones who have passed away, from wearing their grandmother’s pearls or reading their late father’s favourite poem. And so we thought these neat and pretty charms tucked up into your bouquet are such a sweet gesture.
You could have just one, or opt for two or three, to keep those important people close to you on your special day.
Emily works from the most charming studio in her home and calls Whichgoose her own little world that wants only to be beautiful and happy with pretty pinks and pastels, vintage flowers and keys. We want to live in the Whichgoose world too!
She creates unique and whimsical designs, which have a vintage, antique feel to them. (Check out her key boutonnieres, they’re so pretty!)
Emily has even written for Etsy’s blog about what it takes to quit your day job, and start your own home businesses.
These beautiful charms come in a variety of shapes, sizes and finishes, but all come with an antique finish. All you have to do is pop them open, and insert your picture.
Whichgoose have added some ribbon and a bow to the loop so it’s easy to pin to your bouquet, or indeed your lapel.
The charms start at £17.83/$28.00, and are ready to be shipped within just one day, with international shipping available.
Do note though, Emily is expecting her first baby in November (congratulations Whichgoose!), so if you’re wedding is early 2015, be sure to make your order soon!
Now check out some of our Bridal Musings’ real brides who kept their loved ones close on their wedding days…