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Navy Ontario Golf Club Wedding

I usually like to introduce a wedding with a little dose of wit, but when a bride shares words this beautiful and sincere, it only feels right to  begin otherwise, “It’s funny, through the entire planning process I stressed about the tiniest things – would we get our café au lait dahlias for our centerpieces? Would […]

How We Called Off Our Big Wedding in Favor of a Tiny Private Ceremony

The majority of our funds were spent on the hotel. We needed a central location for everyone to meet before the ceremony. Lincoln Park is huge and it needed to be easy for all twenty-three of our guests to meet at one common place before going to the ceremony site. Show More Summary

The Registry Games

Ah, registering for wedding gifts. What could possibly be more fun than going to your favorite store with your soon-to-be-spouse, carrying a badass-looking laser gun, and picking out stuff for your soon-to-be-dwelling? Well…a lot of things, it turned out. Registering … read more

Cala-Married: The Squid Recaps and a Wedding Miracle

Our professional pictures have finally arrived, which means I can officially start with Cala-Married: The Squid Wedding Recaps! (Thank you to the very punny Mrs. Pyramid for the witty recap title.) To kick it all off, I’m going to start … read more

Gallery of the Day: March 02, 2015

MarkiedWifey shares a photo of her DIY card box. Keep on loading your inspirational wedding pics to the Weddingbee Gallery to see them featured here on the blog! Remember, your images must be under 1MB in size, or they won’t … read ...

Get Your Formal DIY Education with $15 Classes from CreativeLive

If you’re planning on DIYing part of your wedding, chances are it’s not because you’re already a professional at the thing you’re making. If you’re a creative person, it’s more likely that you’ve figured wedding planning is a convenient...Show More Summary

Moving past The Dress: Let's ask different questions of engaged couples

From day one of my engagement, the question that I have heard most frequently has been, “have you decided on a dress?” As someone who has been 100% guilty of asking this same Dress Question in the past, I would like to propose the idea that maybe we should stop asking this question.

My Boyfriend And I Can’t Resolve Important Issues Together

Over the years (and several relationships), I’ve always found comfort in your blogs; thank you for that. I will try to make this brief. I have been dating someone for… The post My Boyfriend And I Can’t Resolve Important Issues Together appeared first on Dating Coach - Evan Marc Katz | Understand Men. Show More Summary

Your First Dinner Party with JCPenney Registry

If you ask me, throwing that very first dinner party is one of the most exciting things about being a newlywed.  And, if you are registered with JCPenney Registry, one of the most well-planned, too.  If anything, it has prepared you for your new life together, with a carefully crafted list of amazing JCPenney products, from versatile […]

Pantone Aquamarine Wedding Inspiration Board

With Spring right around the corner we couldn’t resist following the Pantone Spring 2015 Color Report with this beautiful pale pastel color of Aquamarine for today’s wedding inspiration board. Featured Wedding Paper Divas wedding invitation:...Show More Summary

Let Them Eat Pie!

If you hadn’t already guessed from the title—spoiler alert! We’re not serving cake at our wedding. Cake’s not our favorite, it’s pretty pricey, and the last few weddings we’ve been to, we’ve been too busy dancing to even sit down … read more

The Pros (and Cons) of Using SquareSpace for Your Wedding Business

I built our first website back in 2003 on an orange iMac, on Yahoo! sites using a dial-up modem with a copy of HTML for Dummies on my lap.   I think it took about 2 weeks. The homepage had no photos b/c we had done no weddings…. By the...Show More Summary

Urban Rustic Wedding in Los Angeles

Intimate and easy-going, this duo wanted their day to feel like a special family gathering. Their grand vision? A day filled with long Petals & Pop garlands, personalized calligraphy a la the Bride herself, and homemade jam favors. Every detail was seamlessly snapped up by onelove photography, and it’s all waiting right here! From The Bride… We are both very private […]

This groom married his literal Valentine in an elegant California Valentine's Day wedding

I'm sure if I were to marry somebody with the last name of Valentine, I'd pretty much demand to be married on Valentine's Day. I'm pleased that, apparently, Rick and Shaun are just as corny -- er, sentimental. Recent Comments Katie: A beautiful and amazingly romantic wedding. If this is not the ultimate proof that guys should be involved in wedding … [Link] Join the discussion

The Ultimate Grooms’ Guide To Dressing for Your Wedding

Well hello there, welcome to Grooms’ Week! Our blog might be called Bridal Musings, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t got plenty of room among our pages for Grooms’ Musings too! All week we’re going to be discussing all things gentlemanly for weddings, from brilliant speeches to best men, and where better to start than […]

The Great Venue Hunt: The Ones We Didn’t Pick

There was never really any question that our ideal wedding would be on the Cape. Mr. H and I have been going there every summer since we were babies,and since we started dating in 2005, we’ve been coming here together as … read more

Tackling the Stationery

One of my favourite parts of wedding details are the invitations suites. I just love how they are the perfect opportunity to showcase your wedding before the big day. Considering one of my favourite places to browse the aisles at … read more

Pink & Gray Downtown Cincinnati Wedding

In my color palette book, pink + gray reign king. It’s the perfect combination of soft and sweet, and this Cincinnati bride brought that very vision to life. With the talents of Viva Bella Events by her side, she achieved a day that’s got “SMP” written all over it, and Clary Pfeiffer captured each and every bit. Head to the […]

Letter From The Editor: Goal Digger

A few weeks ago, I tried to lull myself to sleep by thinking of a calming visualizations. You know the ones: where you imagine lying in a hammock on a beach like you did that one time, or camping in a cozy tent in the mountains on that trip you want to take, or sitting in the living room of that cozy bungalow that maybe one day you’ll own. Show More Summary

Aleah & Zach's music meets bibliophile wedding in the forest

This pair was torn between lobster and steak and a small courthouse elopement, so they compromised with a heavily DIYed and super adorable cottage in the forest backyard-style wedding. Get ready for eclectic (and budget-friendly!) centerpieces, a sweet first look, and a couple of super cute mishaps not to be missed.

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