I opted to not carry a bouquet; put something, anything, in my hands and watch me awkwardly bend, fold and fondle it into oblivion. Plus, for some strange reason, I didn't feel like spending a load of money for flowers that I was just going throw awa...
Let me tell you, one of the hardest things about planning my own wedding was trying to write the wedding ceremony. I was not a fan of the traditional vows (I obey noone but myself thankyouverymuch) and really wanted to find something that reflected o...
Most of us love to watch romantic movies with our love ones. When it deeply touched our hearts, we usually end up remembering those sweet lines said by the characters of the story. Sometimes these lines become popular and used by people to share with...
fun post! i've never seen anything like that upside-down cake! but my favorite is 5th from the bottom, with the flower topper :)
Emily & Andy May 14, 2011 Monroe, Louisiana Photographer: Captured Photography | Caterer: Pretty Presentations Catering and Event Rentals
We recently created this fabric pom pom as a tree topper for an inspiration shoot over at Design*Sponge, but it's a great DIY project for a wedding as well.
Check out this incredible gourment S'mores station. It would be the perfect addition to an outdoor rustic wedding!
Oh my stars; this is brilliant, and spectacular, and gorgeous! I will never see crudites or veggie salads the same again. Fantastic find!
A photo compilation of my favorite place cards or name cards (not to be confused with escort cards) to direct your guests to their seats at your wedding reception.
If you loved the beautiful DIY wedding this morning and Nata's gorgeous paper flower bouquets, you are in luck as Nata is sharing how she crafted them w
Now that you are getting married, you might be thinking what colors to choose for your wedding theme. Some brides can creatively combine and pair different colors that looks fabulous together. Using a color wheel can be a great help when deciding on ...
Many of you still ask me about those infamous orange pomanders I made for my ceremony. Today I am going to share how to make them, but be wa
My darling friend Lauryl Lane is a botanical stylist and long ago became my friend mostly because I was obsessed with her floral design skills. She's just
Bree (from the blog Capitol Romance) and Abby Grace (the photographer of this shoot) are big fans of Harry Potter, so they decided it would be fun to sty
This is a simple project but one that can pack a lot of punch and be used in many different ways. Lindy reused old frames to create kitschy