Our Favorite Etsy Picks: 11/7

There are so many amazing wedding finds on Etsy that I thought we’d start a new weekly series where I find a few of my favorite ones. If you’re planning a wedding and you’re not living on Etsy, you’re missing out! From wedding dresses and men’s ties to bridesmaids gifts and wedding cake stands, there something for everybody and every price range. Here are my favorite Etsy finds for this week!


These vintage-styled thank you postcards are perfect for sending a thoughtful note to guests and vendor after the wedding, which is a really sweet touch in addition to a gift thank you (however these can also be used for that). If you are sending these as a general wedding “thank you for attending” note, than I would see if you can get them pre-printed to save you the time.

Vintage Wedding Thank You Postcard – the “Alysse” by Nostalgic Imprints, $38 for a minimum of 25


I am such a big fan of shops that make buying anything wedding related (or anything non-wedding related) as easy as possible. Sometimes you have to pay a bit more for that service (well, all of the time) but at the end of the day I’d rather pay an extra $20 or $50 to have something DONE. This collection of succulents potted in these cute pails are a great double-duty wedding favor/escort card. You can place each person’s name on paper flags with their table number in each pot and put them outside your reception location (along with a message for guests’ to keep their favors). While these might be pricier because they’re in pots already, you’re (kind of) saving money by making them function as escort cards as well.

85 succulents in pots by The Succulent Source, $238


While there are a ton of wedding sign options out there these days, this is one of the prettiest I’ve seen. While the frame is not included, you can pick an inexpensive one up at Michael’s or World Market (and use it as a keepsake after!). You can also order matching table numbers or programs, and this design matches well with other floral wedding invitation designs.

Custom Chalkboard Welcome Sign by Creative Union Design, $15+ depending on size.


Incorporate your destination wedding city or hometown into a custom logo that you can use on your wedding invitations, wedding album, and more. You could even buy this design file and have it made into a stamp from another Etsy vendor like this one.

Empire State Building New York Custom City Wedding Monogram by MerryMint, $25


I love the bright colors and unique design of this wedding invitation. This could be the perfect match if you’re having a rustic barn or al fresco garden wedding.

Frida Kahlo Inspired Mexican Folk Art Invite by JPStationary, $4.50


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