We don’t typically receive many real wedding submissions from the U.K., so I just had to share these fabulous photos of a fun-loving couple from Gloucestershire. A big thank you goes out to Robert Leons Photography for the submission.
Jenny Hudd and Simon Jervis were married on September 03, 2011 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. Continue on to READ MORE >
This confident couple brought a lot of personality and pizazz to their special day, including a colorful wedding party of 30, a gorgeous cascading bouquet and a massive church ceremony fit for celebrities.
Keshia Avant and James Brown were married on August 6, 2011 in Chesapeake, Virginia, United States. Continue on to READ MORE >
Putting a personal touch on your wedding doesn’t just refer to personalized stationery anymore. Nope, now you can put your name, monogram or wedding colors on just about every aspect of your special day!
Here are my top 6 ways to personalize your wedding and really make it all your own. Continue on to READ MORE >
Combine a rustic country venue with the glam of pretty vintage accessories and what do you get? A stunning rustic vintage wedding packed full of charm, elegance and a ton of fabulous country flair!
Dawn Dommermuth and Sean Maguire were married on September 3, 2011 in New Milford, Connecticut, United States. Continue on to READ MORE >
The start of a new year always means hot new wedding trends! And in 2012, I just know we are going to see some amazing, unique and totally inspiring themes, color schemes, accessories and decor ideas.
Over the next several weeks we’ll look at some of these fab trends for this year. As well, we’ll take a more in depth look at some of our great new products and explore unique ways to incorporate them into your weddings.
So, here are my predictions for 2012 — enjoy! Continue on to READ MORE >
If you missed it, we took a look at the first few pages of the new 2012 Weddingstar Magazine in Monday’s blog post, A Peek Inside the 2012 Weddingstar Magazine.
Destination weddings — specifically the ceremonies — can often feel rushed and impersonal. But with a few personal touches and a little pizazz, your wedding away can be even more intimate and special than an event at home.
Following Monday’s blog post, 2012 Destination Wedding Trends, all about the latest and greatest in destination weddings, I thought I would share with you five fun and simple ideas I’ve come across over the last few months to help me put a little personal flair into my own destination wedding next year.
So, in no particular order, here they are… Continue on to READ MORE >
Can’t you just picture it? — The sun is beaming down as you make your way down the aisle, the warmth of the sand wrapping around your feet with every step. Soft sprinkles of water fall gently on your face…
Oh yes, it’s a destination wedding!
Saying “I do” amidst the sun, sand and endless margaritas may not be every Bride’s #1 choice but boy does it ever sound intriguing! Continue on to READ MORE >