Picture the scene — a beautifully manicured lawn with a huge white arbor propped up in the center, tables full of delicious food surrounded by gorgeous decorations and beautiful flowers. In the middle are a bride and groom, smiling and happy, posing for pictures to remember the day for the rest of
I won these Christmas photo cards on a blog (it’s not a wedding one, promise!), so we opted to use them as Save the Date Christmas Cards! These lovelies only cost us the postage to send. It was quite the early Christmas present to this BSB! A late Merry Christmas and Happy
Above all, we want a simple wedding. We also want our wedding planning process to be simple. What does this mean for us in the planning process so far? Part of planning is doing things. Things we have done so far: 1. Ordered our custom-designed wedding bands (and my “engagement” ring) 2.
Where to start?! So, I am ten months out from my wedding. According to the all-encompassing wedding checklist I’ve been using, I should already have created my wedding budget, decided what my top priorities are, gotten my final guest count, booked my ceremony and reception sites, musicians, rental items, florist, caterer, photographer,
I’ve learned that hiring vendors can be the biggest budget-breaking task of planning your wedding, and a daunting one at that! So, I’ve put together a few tips to help you find budget friendly vendors and lessen the stress of trying to do so… 1. Hire a wedding planner. I know there
Nole + Andrew: Part 4 & General Advice The two biggest pieces of advice I could probably give are: 1) do LOTS of research and 2) look at non-traditional sources for your wedding elements. Doing lots of research will allow you to find the best vendors at the best rates, while looking