BridalCheek

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White Aisle September 24, 2008

I’m sure this is old news in the wedding blogging world, but I love White Aisle! I don’t know how I went so long before discovering it, especially since the whole vintage/modern hybrid design of their site is right up my alley. I was especially impressed with their bridal jewelry: it looks expensive but almost all of the pieces are very affordable. 

These earrings look way more luxe than their $14.99 price tag.

One of the better do-it-yourself program kits I’ve seen that includes a printed cover and your choice of paper and ribbon color for $1.50 a pop.

Gorgeous handmade silk flowers could be used to dress up ringbearer pillows, centerpieces, or bridesmaid’s hair. They come in a variety of sizes and range from $10 to $20 each.

 

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5 Responses to “White Aisle”

  1. And even better is the philanthropic side of White Aisle!! For the silk products are each handmade in Phnom Penh, Cambodia by one of the many young women trying to move their lives forward after being victims of sex trafficking. 100% of the profit for this item will go back to the local day center we work with. It will pay the salaries of these girls, and expand the facility to include full time housing so that they no longer have to go to the brothels in the evenings. This program not only provides them with income, but also a new skill and a feeling of empowerment. It’s a first step out of what is an unimaginable life for most of us.

  2. Very elegant. What a great idea to add silk flowers to the pillow.

  3. Ray Says:

    At one point in time I thought silk flowers were not something I would ever want to have. However they have won me over because they don’t die so you can keep them forever, and they make a great keepsake from a wedding, your boqouet does not die and you can keep it forever. Also they have come a long ways since the beginning of silk flowers and they look so real now it’s amazing.


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