Hey Brides! I came across this sale on intagram and thought it was worth sharing. These Kristie Kelly gown look pretty sharp and the price is great. You should take a look at the wedding dresses and even the bridesmaid dresses too. You might find something you love and save a little bit of money.
Is their anyone else who thoroughly enjoys breakfast for dinner? Anyone? If you are screaming back, yes! You are welcome to join my family. We fix “binner” a lot around our house and the kids LOVE it. The next time we have one of Zeda’s friends over for dinner, I am setting up a waffle bar. Perfect. Thanks Veronica Yem for the awesome idea.
Photos via Veronica Yem
I recently came across this beautiful DIY from Paper & Stitch. First, I love the contrast of the dainty whimsical flowers agains the charcoal napkins. Seems effortless doesn’t it?
This little project was originally featured by Paper & Stitch on the wedding blog, One Lovely Day. You can click over there for the full tutorial or check out Paper & Stitch’s abbreviated post on it here.
You can even use it as place cards (as seen above). Maybe its too big of a project for the entire wedding guest list, but what about adding the extra detail to the head table? Or switching out for fall flowers and raising the level for Thanksgiving (guys, Thanksgiving is next month!).
That’s my favorite thing about a DIY – making it your own.
Earlier this month I shot Carly & Jonathan’s nuptials at King’s River Golf Course in Shell Knob. As I have been going through, editing their images, I cannot get over how gorgeous and unique her bouquet was.
Carly (a stylist at Studio 417) and her mom used beautiful and rich dried flowers to create the arrangement. The bouquet itself was a little delicate, but oh-so-worth-it! for the look it accomplished. I just had to share!
There are so many fall bouquet options out there, but this (by far!) is one of my most favorite looks.
Kudos to Carly & her mom!
Images via Meg White Photography.