When I think of a St. Patrick’s Day celebration I envision green, green and even more green…oh yeah, and shamrocks, leprechauns and pots of gold too.
And when it comes to St. Paddy’s themed weddings, anything goes — yes, the cheesier, the more cliché the better! I’ve put together two inspiration boards — one all about décor accessories and the other about bridal accessories — that will take your St. Paddy’s Day wedding to whole new level of green. Enjoy! Continue on to READ MORE >
Arguably one of the most important aspects of your wedding is that white, flowy, formfitting, one-of-a-kind dress that makes you feel like a princess!
We’ve all ripped pages out of the magazines and took notes while watching those wedding dress TV shows, but what exactly can you expect when you finally head out to find your perfect wedding dress?
What’s it going to be like? Will it be fun or stressful? Will I get that feeling when I put on the one?
I recently went searching for my dream dress so I thought I’d share with you a few things I experienced — and learned — during my once-in-a-lifetime dress buying adventure. Continue on to READ MORE >
With casual, outdoor, destination and vintage inspired weddings growing in popularity over the last year, more traditional-style wedding trends have sort of come to a standstill.
Our dresses are sexier, our shoes are colorful and our hairstyles have taken on a more tussled, natural look…and typically sans veil. But with the royal wedding taking center stage earlier this year and the consequential emergence of grandiose, Victorian inspired weddings predicted for 2012, it’s more than likely the veil will be making a comeback.
So how do you choose? Continue on to READ MORE >
As the popular old folklore goes, brides who wear something old, new, borrowed and blue will bring good luck to her and her groom on their wedding day and for the rest of their lives together as husband and wife.
Although it’s not entirely understood exactly where this long-standing wedding tradition came from, it’s said to be traced back to England sometime in the 19th Century (Victorian Era), and was believed to be a good luck charm for all young couples.
Whether it’s true or not, the superstitious side of most brides has kept it alive this long, and it doesn’t seem like this tradition is going to be fading off into history anytime soon. Continue on to READ MORE >