It seems like as soon as you announce an engagement, you’re instantly flooded with questions and unsolicited bride advice, as well as opinions that you may or may not want. I thought it would be a fun project to reach out to family and friends for thoughts
When I got engaged to The Boy there was no ring because he knew I’d want to pick one out myself. Of course, I had to get the best ring I could for the smallest price possible (is there really any other way?). It took us
I decided to make a list of little wedding advice I learned from my wedding with the hope that they may help you in planning for your wedding! 1. Having your bachelorette party the night before your wedding or rehearsal dinner is a BAD idea! See my
Hello lovelies! Like most brides, I hands-down through the FLOOR believe that wedding day photography is one of the most important vendors I’ll have (ok that and like food and stuff, but you know). It’s seriously jaw-dropping how photographs can encapsulate such beautiful moments, images, and
…ok actually it’s just Justin (for now). Basically, a few weeks ago Justin accepted an Athletic Training position at the Catholic University of America in Washington DC. This is going to be QUITE a change from our West Michigan upbringings, but we’re super excited about having
Did you know that the number one cause of divorce in America is money fights and money problems? So many of us come to the altar with our own debts from college, and when combined we have to face how to deal with these debts. One
I decided that I wanted my candy buffet to match our color scheme, but was having trouble finding turquoise candy that wasn’t crazy expensive. The only things I found were jelly beans ($60+ for a 5lb bag) and custom colored M&Ms ($57 for a 5lb bag).