My Top Wedding Website Picks Last week I covered how to organize your wedding website content BEFORE building it. This week we will take a look at a handful of my favorite wedding wedsite platforms. Keep in mind there are scads of wedding website platforms out there, and that this is by no means an […]
Recent Mountain Wedding Inspo
Short-haired Women/Real Hairstyles Image via Ruffled I have been on a Ruffled blog kick lately. You remember my post about Making Your Mountain Wedding Great, where I reposted a whole bunch of images from a featured mountain wedding and wrote about the details that made it great? Well Amanda has done it again for me. […]
What to Do When You Have Precious Little DIY Skills Image from Once Wed I was hell bent on giving the Hindsight Groom a nice pocket square as a wedding gift. I had seen one on Once Wed, and immediately fell in love with it. She had embroidered a snippet from the poem, "The Owl […]
Bocce, Badminton, Croquet, Hooray! Image from I Do X2 We've seen them all over the Internet. Yard games make outdoor weddings extra fun for many guests. Today I blogged for The Brides Book on this topic. Check it out here! ***Incidentally, I'm the newest regular guest blogger for The Brides Book. Check out more posts […]
DIY-ing a wedding is sorta like childbirth (I’m assuming.) It’s a lot of pain and hard work, but once you see the beautiful results of your labor, it seems all worth it. At least that’s how I felt after our May 2009 wedding.
Mountains are a special place, and Amanda nailed it when she said, “…with a jaw dropping gorgeous backdrop overlooking the mountains…you don’t need to worry too much about decorating.” That’s the absolute beauty of the mountains (pun delightfully intended.) You don’t need much for a mountain wedding to be beautiful. Just a a bit here […]