As a fellow editor, I can vouch that we are lucky enough to see the latest and greatest in wedding products and suppliers; but regardless of the brand, nothing beats a quirky one-off find, that none of your friends have seen.

We spoke with the Editor of Bride Magazine, Lisa O’Brien about her top 10 wedding Etsy buys (and we won’t blame you if you don’t want to share these finds with your friends!).

 1. Print Co Studio – Watercolour Invitation

I would make everything watercolour if I could, so it should come as no surprise that I’ve included these gorgeous invitations on my list of faves!invite watercolour

2. House of Bec – Hand-Stamped Spoons

Having a rustic wedding? These are a cute addition to your place settings at the bridal table that you can keep forever as a memento of your day.silver spoons

3. Madame Tulle – Veil

Finding a veil can be tough but it really helps complete your bridal look. I love this one because it’s simple, chic and lets your gorgeous gown do the talking!veil

4. Hanging Willow – Floral Invitations

There’s no such thing as too many flowers at a wedding, so why not chuck them on your invitations too?floral invites

5. Dear Little Darling – Rose Gold Bridesmaid Invitations

Sure, you could just ask your BFFs face-to-face, but it’s MUCH more fun to send an invitation in the post. Also, it’s rose gold foil.will you be my bridesmaid

6. Ashlee Lauren Designs – Native Bouquet

When it comes to bridal bouquets, green is the new white, and there’s no better way to incorporate foliage than with these on-trend Aussie natives.bouquet

7. Anna Marguerite – Leaf Sash

This leaf sash nails that pretty, girlie look without looking too childish (after all, no bride wants to be mistaken for their flower girl!)belt

8. Stephanie Browne – Art Deco Brooch

Brooches are perhaps one of the most underrated items in the jewellery box, but can add so much to an outfit. This one doubles as your ‘something blue’, too.jewels

9. Jac and Hugo – Personalised Bangle

The grown-up version of the ‘Best Friends’ necklaces we all had in primary school! Get one for each of your bridesmaids as their wedding gift.bangle

10. Aimee Sutanto – Cufflinks

A lot of brides tell us they struggle to find a gift for their groom, but I think a traditional gift like personalised cuff links makes the perfect keepsake.  cufflinks has partnered with Bride Australia to host a two-day wedding trunk show at Melbourne’s 1000 £ Bend which will feature the work of Etsy sellers from around Australia, with more than 20 sellers on hand to showcase their products and their making process. Tickets are available here.

Posted in Expert Advice, Planning by wedded wonderland

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