Fresh flowers are gorgeous, aren’t they? I’ve never met a flower I didn’t like! Claude Monet was right when he said, “I must have flowers, always and always.” Flowers give the finishing touch to weddings and add so much beauty to the day. With so much selection, most brides spend countless hours deciding on… Continue reading What to Do With Your Bridal Bouquet Once the Wedding is Over…
Here is the post that should have been posted yesterday, but somehow it disappeared in Cyberville (that terrible, lonely place of missing posts, texts, and all social media) swirling around never to be found again. Poor thing! ~ Take 2… As you know, it’s been a crazy week of rain for those in the Gulf… Continue reading Hurricane Harvey and Wedding Wednesday Post~Take 2
I believe my computer has had a mind of its own today! I hit the publish button on my wedding Wednesday post this evening, and instead of publishing it, it wiped half of it out, even though I had saved it. Hmmm, well, that’s a bit frustrating! I will work on reposting it tomorrow. Until… Continue reading When the Computer Wipes Out Your Post!
One thing I have noticed over the years helping couples plan their wedding, is that anything attached with the word “wedding” raises the cost of anything needed for a wedding exponentially. It seems as though, you can enter a bakery, find the most beautiful cake on their glass shelves, order that same cake for a… Continue reading Saving Money on the Wedding Cake and More…
The phone rang and it was my Sweet Pea shopping on the wedding aisle at Hobby Lobby. We did most of our Mama/Daughter wedding brainstorming/shopping via text and phone calls since she was in another state. Thank goodness for unlimited service! Like a Mama, I heard the excitement in her voice. She said she saw… Continue reading Super Easy Wedding Arrows
I spent the last week at our little cabin in the big woods, which we have finally settled on a name that we all like after two and a half years! Do you name your home and inanimate objects, like your cars, or are we the only strange ones? Mmmmhmmm… Our cabin is officially now… Continue reading Reviving a Swing Memory
Tossing the bridal bouquet has been a wedding tradition for a long, long time. Apparently, it originated in England with the tradition of single ladies trying to grab a piece of the bride’s dress or bouquet in hopes to gain some of her good fortune. In her protection, the bride would flee and toss her… Continue reading A Bridal Bouquet Toss Alternative