Eight of our current favorite items on Etsy—all from Columbus vendors.
Etsy is a go-to resource for many couples planning their weddings. But did you know that you can shop handmade and local? Check out our top Etsy picks for this month, all from shop owners based right here in Columbus.
Perfect for no-frills couples, this floral save-the-date serves both form and function in a small package. The back gives just the important details: the who, when and where, plus a website and the standard “invitation to follow.”
Minimalist Roses Save the Date Cards, $35 for digital file / starting at $50 for 25 cards via factorymade
When it comes to the invitation itself, laser cut designs are all the rage. This trifold option incorporates other hot trends: a cool slate blue palette and floral details. The listing is for a deposit on your order, but the shop owner can provide a full quote on request.
Slate Blue Dusty Blue Laser Cut Pocket wedding invitation, $20 deposit via unicaforma
Snag a unique “something old” in this signed Margo de Taxo sterling bracelet. The links feature a confetti enamel design by early-20th-century artisan Margot Van Voorhies and are in good condition.
Vintage Signed Margot de Taxco 5406 Confetti Enamel Bracelet Sterling Links Melange, $395 via SmallTownVintageShop
And what about your “something blue?” This London blue topaz ring with iolite accents in 14k gold would function equally well as the engagement ring itself or as a stunning right-hand ring for the big day. The center stone is approximately 9.5 carats in a gorgeous teardrop shape, and all stones and metal have been verified.
Vintage Blue Topaz Ring, $750 via ScotchStreetVintage
Now, for a potential “something new” for your big day: This pretty hair comb, made with rhinestones and rose gold-plated metal. (Not a fan of the pink? You can get it in gold or silver hues, too.) It’s measures in at just over 3 inches long by about 1.5 inches wide and can tuck perfectly into a bun or chignon, or on the side of the head if you’re wearing your hair down.
Bridal hair comb, $39 via RosyroseStudio
Give your flower girls an alternative (or complement) to flowers with these pennant signs that proclaim “Here Comes the Bride” in a lovely modern font. The signs themselves come in white or ivory, and you can choose from 20 colors for the ink and from more than 40 ribbon colors, including two metallic options.
Set of 3 Wedding Signs, $72 from TheRitzyRose
This Etsy listing is for a dozen white chocolate-covered Oreos decorated with white drizzle and white and silver pearls, but you can get the sweet treats in any color. Perfect for your shower or a desserts table at your reception, the cookies come individually wrapped in a cello baggie that’s tied with a ribbon in your choice of colors.
1 Dozen White Silver Pearl Oreos, $22 for 12 via SparklingSweetsShop
Clue guests in on your chocolate-covered Oreos or other desserts with this custom 8-by-10 marker drawing. Get custom illustrations for up to seven desserts like cupcakes, pie slices, doughnuts, cake pops and more.
Custom Dessert wedding/party sign drawing print, starting at $40 via JesMarried
That's it for this edition of the Etsy Eight. Check back next month for more from our favorite Columbus shops!