Many of you are familiar with our sponsor Kim Brown-Dye's business Topsy Turvy Design, the theatrical millinery that's been an Offbeat Bride favorite for years. Well, Kim has launched a brand new business called I Do Novelty, specializing in themed boutonnieres and corsage pins.
Keep reading to get the very first glimpse of I Do Novelties amazing creations, find out what the hell you do with a stick pin, and how you can still use them even if you're going more traditional with your boutonnieres.
My absolute favorites are these hula girl boutonnieres and the tiki idols. The combo of the hula girl bout and the tiki stick pin (pictured above) is just KILLING ME with perfection. But I know that, for TON of you, this Steampunk boutonniere is gonna be a must-have. Ooh and for the rocker-types in your wedding party you gotta check THIS out.
Too shy to sport a themed boutonniere? Or maybe you're kicking yourself because you purchased boutonnieres already? That's okay! You can totally add a little I Do Novelty whimsy with these badass stick pins. Are you familiar with stick pins? They're that little thing you use to pin the boutonniere onto a lapel. Subtle funkiness is always a solid win, and one of these little stickpins takes your more straight-forward boutonnieres into "Oh *I* see what you did there" pop culture territory.
Offbeat Bride Readers will receive a 20% discount in Kim's Etsy store, now through the end of March 2012. Just use coupon code OFFBEAT at checkout.
If how much y'all have loved Topsy Turvy is any indication about how much y'all will love I Do Novelty… well… let's just say, I'd put your order in ASAP before Kim gets RIDONCULOUSLY busy.