February 6, 2012

Giveaway - 100 Vintage Rosette Pins

Attention all Frosted Brides... this giveaway is for you!  Today we have a lovely giveaway prize of 100 vintage "Love & War" rosette pins from McDonut's Event Decor worth over $75!  That's right, cut from the pages of a vintage version of "Love & War", these handmade rosettes will be the perfect accent to your rustic nuptials.


These lovely rosettes come from the family-owned Etsy shop, The McDonuts.  Originally started as a creative outlet for two sisters, The McDonuts' shop specializes in floral decor and fine jewelry.  With backgrounds in event planning and floral design, their decorative pieces are sure to delight your wedding guests and put a little "cherry-on-top" to your special day.  

We envision these as the perfect accent to a rustic outdoor wedding or an event that pays homage to literary history.  In fact, we see these paired in a perfect mix of a vintage - beach wedding... with subtle tributes to the sea and an overall rustic feel, these would be ideal for the unique ocean-themed nuptial:

Driftwood Decor by Something Sea Blue
Vintage Doily Table Runner by Little White Boutique
Bridal Bouquet by The Sunny B
Swarovski Bridal Headband by Portobello
Seashell Photo Art by Dovie Moon
Vintage Hand Menu Holder by Faded Plains
Vintage Cake Topper by Ivory Bird, 


Enter below for your chance to win and make sure to come back next week for our $100+ wedding decor giveaway from Gingerly Spice's Etsy Shop!
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21 comments:

  1. I plan to use these pins to decorate my escort card table at my rustic outdoor wedding! Plus Love and War is one of my favorite books!

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  2. Wow... just love the vintage appeal of your picks. So excited to be here :-) Thanks,
    Donni
    DovieMoon Photography :-)

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  3. I'd love to use them to make a beautiful craft or decoration/gifts.
    Love it!

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  4. I awarded you the Versatile Blogger Award because I love your blog! :) See my post for more information.
    http://thesunshinebride.blogspot.com/2012/02/versatile-blogger-award-and-blogs-i.html
    Dana Beeman: danabeeman(at)gmail(dot)com

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  5. To use for decoration at a wedding convention I am going to!

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  6. Would use these for my wedding this Fall...would look great in the lodge where the reception is held!

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  7. Beautiful finds...thanks so much for including me.

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  8. There are 3 million ways I could use these pins...in my bouquet, in my hair wreath, in boutonnieres, the possibilities are endless

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  9. These are so neat! I think I would use them in gift wrapping, my hair, and anything else I could think of. They're beautiful :)

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  10. I would use these as part of mine and my bridesmaids bouquets :-) and with the left overs I would make pins for our Mothers and Grandmothers! I would love to win <3

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  11. Due to my parents budget, we are planning our wedding on our own! Scary but I am all about crafting. ha. Anyways, I would love to use these as decorations and apart of the shabby chic look we are doing. Great product! ^_^

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  12. I'd love to use these at my rustic wedding! It'd be great to make them into boutonnieres and give them to all the important men at the wedding!

    shardiy@b-y.net

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  13. My friend is having a rural, outdoor wedding this summer, and I would love to win these to help her decorate!

    marija.majerle at gmail dot com

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  14. Christina - xristya@rock.com - On special gifts for my friends, and to decorate on special occasions!

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  15. I would use these to decorate during our first party at our first house!

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  16. I'd use them for a tea party sometime. SOOOO cute!

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  17. Id love to put these pins on a wreath and have that as a decoration when guests come into the reception. After the wedding we'd be able to use it on our front door as a decoration!

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  18. I love hearing all of the creative ways that these precious pins could be used! Thanks to The Frosted Petticoat for featuring our vintage paper rosettes and to all those who have entered to win these little beauties!

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  19. I plan on creating a mixed media artwork using the pins on a canvas to create a 3-d bundle of flowers

    krisj_27@hotmail.com

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  20. I'd love to use them creatively on my wishing tree table at my wedding in May

    lmerritt49903@gmail.com

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  21. These are so cute! And I love the rest of the items you picked to go with them. I am having a rustic lake house wedding this spring, and these would be the perfect accents for our picture board and guest book area, among other things. I am an English Major and both of us are avid readers, so I've been trying to find ways to work in little literary elements. These pins are just the thing. Thanks. :)
    readingwhilefemale at gmail dot com

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