Like J. Crew before them, Etsy eventually figured out that they’d become a logical yet perhaps unintended must-stop on the train to Wedding Day Bliss. Just as that big retailer created a line of bridesmaid dresses followed by an entire “Weddings and Parties” division, Etsy Weddings came to be. And while this might not be news to you, it’s un-talked-about enough that I felt it warranted a little mention here on the blog. As we get closer to high wedding season I’m planning to feature some of my favorite vendors in both vintage and handmade. But for now, a quick rundown in case you’re unfamiliar with this genius little corner of the Web.
Browsable by product type, theme, color, and so on, the user-friendly feature is ready to tackle your search head-on. A clean homepage is automatically calming to the bride who lands there, sweat on the brow and budget on the brain. Even though the section was launched in 2012, I never knew about it or used it as a bride. Don’t make my mistake. Each category is smartly arranged, offering up suggestions you might not have thought of. Problems. Solved. Arrange by price, shop by style, and take a ton of stress out of the process. It also bears mentioning that the Groom’s Corner doubles as a great place to find him unique and creative gifts before or after the big day. Enjoy browsing on your own and check out some of my favorite items: