I swear I'm a YA literature magnet even when I'm away from the library.
While wandering around a shopping center with my family on my day off, I happened to peek into a lovely special-occasion linen store, just for fun. I didn't take much notice of the Breaking Dawn decal on the shop's window... until I found out that this company, Wildflower Linen, provided the linens for Bella and Edward's opulent forest-themed wedding in The Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn, Part 1.
Because of course the YA librarian stumbles upon something YA lit related in a linen store, of all places! I mean, really and truly. I don't go looking for it. This is my life.
But anyway-- what a great gig for a linen company, right? And their work is jaw-droppingly magnificent.
Naturally, the truly dedicated Twihard bride needn't stand back and merely admire these swoon-worthy linens. With Wildflower Linen's help, you can recreate Bella's wedding for your big day. You can rent or purchase chair covers, tablecloths, napkins, and tabletop accessories as seen in the Twilight Saga wedding. All you need is the sparkly groom.
Honestly, even if you're not a Twilight fan, you have to admit the wedding in Breaking Dawn was gorgeous. The lily pad tablecloth is nothing short of amazing.
And the Twilight inspiration doesn't have to end with the honeymoon-- Wildflower Linen will be releasing an exclusive line of Twilight-inspired bedding and home decor for your happily-ever-after.
From the Wildflower Linen blog, here's a preview of the collection:
Keep checking the Wildflower Linen website or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
It's a shame I didn't know about Wildflower Linen when I was planning my wedding ten years ago-- their products would have skyrocketed to the top of my bridezilla must-have list. But I was told there's no minimum order for linen rentals, so even if I'm not planning an event, I could potentially rent the most fabulous tablecloth ever and plan a romantic dinner for two at home on a special occasion.
Maybe I'll dust my husband with glitter and rent the lily pad tablecloth for our anniversary!
But I am pretty much head-over-heels for these linens.