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.
First up this month is this stunning engagement and wedding ring set. Both rings are 14k white gold with unique, 14k yellow gold accents and are in excellent condition, according to the seller. The engagement ring’s diamond is 0.14 carats, and the three diamonds in the wedding band total 0.04 carats—perfect for the unfussy bride who doesn’t like a lot of bling.
Diamond ring set, $300 via TreanorHouse
We’re big fans of silly little touches that proclaim “wifey” status, especially for the morning of the big day … and this set totes fits the bill. (Sorrynotsorry for that pun.) The open-toe slippers will keep your pedi pristine, and the tote bag is perfect for lugging around all your day-of beauty essentials. Buy one or both, and bonus: You can customize them for each of your ’maids, too.
Wifey tote and slippers, $9-$18.50 via GoldenSwanBridal
Go a little boho-glam with this chic, versatile hair accessory. Wear it as a headband with the included ivory ribbon, or tuck it into a low bun or chignon to accent your updo. The light gold-toned metal features a maple leaf motif and rhinestone accents.
Hair vine, $39 via RosyroseStudio
Make Mom feel extra-special with this gorgeous (and lasting) corsage. Made from natural sola wood and hand-dyed, these flowers will last long past the last dance. We love the super-trendy marsala and blush color combo, but if that’s not your jam, never fear: custom color options are available.
Sola wood corsage, $13 via PaperPetalsNow
In other never-wilt floral options, there’s this stunning paper bouquet. Teal succulents, peach peonies and hot pink ranunculus are accented by an olive-green ribbon and a moss-covered holder. The handmade arrangement isn’t cheap, but the quality and longevity more than make up for the price tag. And can you really put a price on something that can last in your home as a reminder of your big day for years to come?
Paper bouquet, $450 via PaperBloomsLGD
Add a touch of class to your tables with these elegant watercolor and gold escort cards. A watercolor wash in the color of your choice sets the backdrop, and gold handwritten names shine on the extra-thick matte paper. And because each card is made to order, a variety of customization options are available!
Escort cards, $2 each via swiftbeautifulfeet
Prefer something more casual? Embrace the rustic-chic vibe that’s not going anywhere with this hand-lettered seating chart. The paper and ink colors are completely customizable, as are the card shapes themselves. Not a fan of the font? That can be changed, too. (Note that the listing is for the cards only; mirror/frame not included.)
Seating chart cards, $5 each via CMCalligraphyCo
Speaking of rustic chic, don’t miss these walnut votive holders. Each is made from real, unfinished, untreated branches and measures about two inches tall and two inches across, with a hole drilled in the center for a tea light candle. The seller has tons of complimentary unfinished wood products—like escort card holders, centerpiece elements and more—to complete the look.
Wooden votive holders, $30 for 10 via SullivanWoodwork
That's it for this edition of the Etsy Eight. Check back next month for more from our favorite Columbus shops!