Advice & Planning

Weekly Love List: Luxe Linens to Love

Each week, we ask the our D Weddings editors to share their current crushes—from skincare regimes, honeymoon destinations, or registry must-haves. Consider “The Weekly Love List” your D Weddings editor-approved wish list for before, during, and after wedding day.

Weezie Towels

“Weezie is my current crush developed by two young women living in the “Hostess City”, also known as Savannah, GA. Their soft, fluffy towels actually dry you off (alas) and embroidering has never been so easy.”

—Mary McMullen Welch

 

Hill House Home Waverly Mini Pillow

“The scalloped edges, the crisp white sateen, the witty punch lines… What is not to love? Hill House Home linens evoke the fresh romanticism of a luxurious European hotel, but brought to your home straight from their website. For registry essentials or shower gifts, these pillows are the perfect little something.”

—Mary McMullen Welch

 

Heather Taylor Linens

“I love Heather Taylor linens at Set and Co. They are the perfect mix of casual and quality. They are perfect for a impromptu dinner party outside or a holiday family affair. And the colors are spot on!”

—Jamie Laubhan-Oliver

 

Sferra “Hemstitch” Dinner Napkins and Table Runners 

“The Sferra “Hemstitch” collection at Neiman Marcus is my favorite line of table linens. The dinner napkins and table runners come in a myriad of colors, so it’s easy to switch out seasonally—and adorn with that brand new monogram.”

—Sarah Bennett

 

August Morgan Cocktail Napkins by Kate Hersch

“My personal decorating style is generally pretty serious, but I’m all about injecting personality in small ways that don’t require a huge commitment. That’s why I adore August Morgan cocktail napkins, hand embroidered in Austin by owner/designer Kate Hersch. Each has a cheeky, cocktail-inspired phrase and accompanying illustration. My favorites are Overserved, Buzzed, and Liquid Courage—they make the best gifts for the person who has everything (including a sense of humor).

Among other places, they’re carried locally at Stanley Korshak (where, coincidentally, Kate will be hosting an event Sat., Nov. 3 from 1-5pm selling napkins, dresses, glassware, and pajamas).”

—Jessica Otte

 

Diva Glamorous Wash Detergent

“While this isn’t a linen, I promise it will elevate every sleep and shower. Wash your sheets and towels with Diva Glamorous Wash for a subtle, divine fragrance in every bedroom and bathroom. Although it’s expensive, I typically mix a small amount with unscented, standard detergent to savor the purchase as long as possible.”

—Mary McMullen Welch

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