This week we hosted a press brunch in New York City to let the media know about all of the new Minted Weddings happenings this spring. The inspiration starting point for the brunch was Moglea‘s ‘Matthiola’ invitation and party decor. Read on for some more creative inspiration for whatever fête you have coming this spring and say good-bye to winter and hello to happy melon colors!6 COMMENTS
By Celisse Muller, Customer Care Lead at Minted
Whether your wedding theme is classic and sweet or romantic and rustic, lace is a versatile trend that can easily be woven into any wedding theme.1 COMMENT
My favorite favors are the edible kind. A piece of handmade pie or cake would please any party guest and wedge shaped boxes are just the way to package them. But you can’t just leave them plain, here’s an easy way to pep them up a bit.2 COMMENTS
By Trendy Peas a member of the Minted design community
What kind of bunny ears are you? Girly? Smarty maybe? Perhaps a little droopy? I am always looking for some fun pictures of my kids to use on our annual photo books, and I thought having them wearing cute bunny ears would make great Eater photos. What do you think? Ready to get crafty? Print these bunny ears out, dress it up, and get ready to snap some fun pictures this Easter with your family. I guarantee you will feel like a kid again.2 COMMENTS
Spring and summer are party seasons! Easter is just around the corner and so is Mother’s day! Add birthdays and baby showers, and you’re probably going to want a cake at some point! Whether you bake it from scratch or not, these fun and modern cake toppers will help bring the fun.
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As a designer I often get questions from bloggers or creative types about design. Whether it’s how I a chose a certain font? Who inspires me? Or what’s kerning? I find there are a lot of great blog resources for getting this type of advice but I always love an old fashioned book. So for anyone who is thinking of becoming a designer, or just a blogger who wants to know the basics I thought I would countdown a few of my favorites, old and new.1 COMMENT
St Patrick’s Day is fast approaching and this year I really wanted to make some shamrock cookies. It’s not often you get to make green goodies to eat!
I couldn’t find a shamrock cookie cutter in any of my local stores, so I decided to make my own and discovered with a few items from around the kitchen, a fun cookie cutter is really easy to make. The kids will really love helping you make these for a St Patrick’s Day morning tea.
Let’s get started with materials…2 COMMENTS
Is it starting to feel like spring yet where you live? It may be only early March but I’m already drawn to bright sherbet colors and pastel hues. Here are a few spring inspired links you might enjoy to get in a spring-y mood:
1. Japanese Pastel Spoons/ 2.Marc Jacobs scarf / 3.Spring ceramic bowls /4. Painted polka dot balloons /5. Color dipped marshmallows/6.Meyer Lemon Pudding /7. Egg flowers/8.The prettiest floral wallpaper /9. Eurowoman Feb 2013 via
Have a wonderful weekend!
Love, Liz + The Julep Editors1 COMMENT
Make a batch of these shrinky heart keychains as great favors for an upcoming wedding or shower. They are easy to make and will leave your guests with a gorgeous reminder of your special day – every time they open up a door. Print out the colorful heart PDF and read on to see how simple this project is to create.3 COMMENTS
Sometimes I feel like our poor bathrooms are hopelessly neglected. They’re the last thing to get some attention and shamefully ignored when it comes to decorating. There’s nothing easier than hanging a bit of artwork, or giving them a soothing coat of paint. Blue is especially lovely when you’re soaking in the tub and need one of those ‘Calgon, take me away moments’. I thought I’d round up a few different looks from the Minted art prints collection to give you some inspiration. From vintage-modern and bold, to bright. colorful and child-friendly, to a more adult-like quiet space for reflecting after a long day – here’s a few themes for you to consider.Comments Off on Splish Splash, Art in The Bath.