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Bridal Market Party: Custom Temporary Tattoos

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I had hoped we could feature our editorial director Darcy wearing a full sleeve of diamond tattoos in this post, but she narrowly escaped! Fortunately, plenty of guests got tatted out by the fun and brilliant folks at Tattly, makers of some of the cutest temporary tattoos I have ever seen. Check out their site for great designs, cool collaborations with artists, great designs, and inspiration to get creative.

Temporary tattoos are a fun activity for guests—I almost wish mine wasn't so temporary! They do custom work for parties and events too! Check out our exclusive design in these photos by Anna Ross andCAVA Wedding for Elan Artists .

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This diamond was drawn by yours truly!

1 This diamond was drawn by yours truly!

Our new friends from Tattly.

2 Our new friends from Tattly.

All you need is a damp sponge to apply the temporary tattoos. Of course, Tattly has a special sponge.

3 All you need is a damp sponge to apply the temporary tattoos. Of course, Tattly has a special sponge.

Tattly diamonds and our custom design

4 Tattly diamonds and our custom design

Getting tatted

5 Getting tatted

Teeny diamonds and rubber bling

6 Teeny diamonds and rubber bling

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Endless options

8 Endless options

One of

9 One of "Love" tattoos in action

Rusty from Tattly gives Melise, our assistant art director, a tat.

10 Rusty from Tattly gives Melise, our assistant art director, a tat.

Melise and Rusty

11 Melise and Rusty

Comments (3)

  • Erin, I can't believe you designed these tats! So fabulous! I have been loving your coverage of the Bridal Market party - thank you. Fun to see details I may have missed in person!

  • Thank you so much to everyone at Martha Stewart for featuring Tattly. Needless to say we are giddy over this post. Waving from DUMBO, Brooklyn!

  • This is a beautiful option for those that want a more elegant temporary tattoo for a wedding event. Thanks for sharing this.

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