Outdoor wedding? Don’t forget the sunblock. But who wants to look like a ghost on your big day?! Enter Zinc it Over, designed for use over makeup this sunscreen facial mist is lightweight and suitable for all skin types. Made with natural ingredients, cruelty-free and vegan, this facial mist sunscreen is also reef-safe and has no white cast. You can find it at The Indie Shelf, a small neighborhood shop located on 23rd and Bainbridge in Center City. The shop carries unique and innovative products from global independent brands to support and help grow their business. The shop encourages sampling, so go it and smell, feel, and apply products with no sneaking necessary. $39.
Pretty in Sugar
Solf and elegant — that was the vibe Pretty in Sugar, of Newtown, was going for when they created this cake for a wedding with a lavender and gold theme. With handcrafted wafer paper flowers and sugar pearls centers resembling the bride’s wedding dress flowers, the four tier fondant covered cake was finished off with gorgeous gold leaf accents. Almost too pretty to eat…almost.
Decocrated (pronounced DECO-CRATED, cute, right?), a unique home décor subscription box service, began shipping its summer seasonal subscription box last month, just in time for summer vibes, pool parties and barbeques. Each Decocrated box includes interchangeable items from tabletop décor to textile elements and wall accents that can work together as a “seasonal look” in one room or can easily be distributed around your home for a greater purpose. The summer box includes one organizational piece, six everyday home décor accents and one travel accessory delivered right to your door for only $79.99 (box includes over $200 worth of décor). Each box also includes a curated, exclusive art print., with summer’s box featuring artist Jazzdoodles, an illustrator and graphic designer from Miami.
Grab your girls and head to The Bourse for an Insta-worthy art adventure at Philly Pop, one of this summer’s coolest interactive exhibits that blends art, pop culture and seasonal celebrations together to create picture-perfect photo memories for visitors.
Everence, the innovative company who made tattoos even more personal by integrating DNA into tattoo ink, is applying its revolutionary DNA technology, developed by Duke and Brown University, to custom jewelry, including wedding bands. Everence provides consumers with a brand new line of DNA-infused jewelry, allowing consumers to carry what is truly most meaningful to them in custom, handcrafted bracelets and rings.
From a collected DNA sample to something as simple as a strand of hair or cremains, Everence’s high-tech, innovative lab extracts and imbeds a short strand of DNA into crystal particles so that it can be seen with the naked eye. After it is molded into a ring (or bracelet), consumers are able to customize the ring or bracelet, from color options down to clasp style, making it one of a kind.
Bracelet $175 – $335
Ring, Sterling Silver $200 – $250, Gold $800 – $850
Save the date: Monday, September 23 for a fabulous boutique wedding show and open house at Auletto Caterers. Sample delicious offerings from their menu while taking in the picturesque sights of their venue. You’ll get to meet and mingle with a host of select wedding vendors and take in a fashion show by The Bridal Manor and Rudi’s Formal Wear. Just don’t forget to come by and say Hi! to our Premier Bride team.
We’re obsessed with both crumb coatings and birch wedding cakes and this masterpiece by Brencenbeck’s Bakery, Chestnut Hill hits all those spots with a perfect meshing of modern and rustic styles. The fondant decoration is just too sweet.
How cute are these doggos! It’s hard to believe they’re edible. The creations, by Jordan Harvey, owner and chief cake designer at Velvet Sky Bakery in Jenkintown brought this pug and corgi to cakey life. We think these would make the perfect bride and groom cakes for dog parents blending their pet families.