Chocked-full of goodies at Annie Mame for the end of August. Do you know someone getting married, do you need Bridemaids gifts, we’ve got em. All the calligraphy in my shop is hand done locally in Connecticut of course.
It’s the last day of January, but weddings are being planned right now for the summer of 2014. So Annie Mame is gearing up with Connecticut-made ring bearer pillows and beautiful garters. All perfect and affordable for that once-in-a-lifetime day.
There was no way to resist these. The vintage-style convertibles with the cans flying in the back for a wedding cake, darling. Reminds me of an old Packard from the 1940’s. My daughter went to her wedding in such a car. Anyway, if this speaks to you for your special
I love these so darn much, beautifully painted on driftwood for weddings., of course these are made in Connecticut. The happy couples are putting these on their chairs at their receptions and I think this is so sweet and so Annie Mame is cranking these out…don’t be afraid to ask
You bet there should be fireworks at a wedding, why not start with the bride and groom’s champagne flutes. Made in Connecticut, these are glitz and glam flutes will be dynamite at the head table where there is a lot of toasting going on. These are spectacular in person. Layers
Beautiful garter sets for brides, one to keep and one to throw, made in Connecticut. are now in the shop at Annie Mame. They can be special ordered in all kinds of colors. Mix and match them, wear more than one, they’re just fun and affordable.
I LOVE the 1920’s, art deco, art nouveau, which is why of course I love the “Downton Abbey” series on PBS. So I decided to put a little wedding section along those jazz age lines in Annie Mame. Little precious items for that special day that you can’t find any
Every where you look fashion has turned back the clock to the roaring 20’s with the release of the latest version of “The Great Gatsby” movie. The high style of Art Deco is everywhere, in jewelry, in furniture design and in weddings. Back in the day, brides wore fascinators