Photo by Studio Uma After the initial celebrations and first wave of to-do’s are out of the way, announcing your wedding to your friends and family is the next major step in the wedding planning journey. Your save-the-date cards andShow More Summary
A postcard-worthy landscape, sweet rustic touches, and a stunning Bride equals nuptial perfection. But look a little closer and you’ll notice a few familiar faces in Kacie Quesenberry’s captures. This dapper groom is none other than Dave Coulier, aka Uncle Joey of Full House, and he’s giving SMP an inside look into his special day. Just in time for the announcement […]
Carly is selling a set of fruit salad plates and placemats. She is asking $125 for the whole lot (including wooden candlesticks, listed below). Have a wedding item for sale? Post it with pictures in the Weddingbee Classifieds, and you … read more
Two words, SMPers: bridal pantsuit. It’s a chic look this bride pulled off with total ease, and set the stage for a courthouse wedding done oh SO right. Christine Doneé Photography came along to document the day, and you better believe we’ll be obsessing in the gallery for a sweet, long time. From The Bride…We had to put together […]
Overflowing bouquets of coral and pink, chic black bridesmaids dresses, and a charming venue with exposed brick are just a few of the things that made Liz and Michael’s South Carolina wedding so beautiful. The pair were married at The...Show More Summary
Beginning on May 01, we’ll be running a month-long series all about DIY invitations. We’ll take you step-by-step through the process of designing, creating, and sending out an invite you’ll be proud to share with friends and fam. No series would be complete without your input, of course! We’d love to help with your questions Read more
Leslie, Management consultant, nonprofits and philanthropy & Desiree, Director, philanthropy ONE SENTENCE SUM-UP OF THE WEDDING VIBE: Two big bi-coastal families come together in a big old factory for a meaningful, casual, laughter-filled ceremony and dance party. Show More Summary
I am so thankful for my bridesmaids. They have really helped me so much during the wedding-planning process. And, of course, they’ve been my good friends for years. While my big ($-wise) gifts to them were paying for a portion … read more
You know it’s going to be a good day when there’s not one, but two, new additions to our ever-growing Look Book! Today we’re showcasing the stunning 2015 Bridal collection + Bridesmaids collection from Jenny Yoo and the sweet-as-can-be flower girl dresses from Fatty Pie. Get ready to become fast friends, my dears! Featuring elements […]
Inspired by the lively nature in the Pacific Northwest, some of the region’s best wedding professionals joined together to create this beautiful woodland wedding inspiration. The color palette designed by Tied Bow Events is filled with shades of green, which is perfect for a spring wedding in any part of the world. Show More Summary
I have a checkered history with updos. My hair is obnoxiously thick, wavy, and unruly. Therefore, when I get it put up in a fancy updo, it either becomes an enormous, slicked-back mass on the back of my head: Me … read more
W hen Michael and I got married, a honeymoon wasn’t even remotely in the cards for us. We maxed out our limited finances and our time off for the wedding itself, and made the unwise decision to go right back to work the Tuesday after we got married.… The post How To Have a Mini-Moon appeared first on A Practical Wedding: Blog Ideas for the Modern Wedding, Plus Marriage.
For those of you who love fall weddings (and, really, who doesn’t?), you’re in for such a treat today. Jeana and Doug’s Westbrook, Maine wedding brings together a beautiful location with a gorgeous color palette. The result celebrates the richness of fall yet still remains bright and fresh with the pops of bright orange. Beautifully Read more
Our wedding planning process was smooth and enjoyable in large part due to my husband’s and my day jobs. He’s a software developer and I’ve been a “Scrum Master.” It sounds like a made-up title, but it’s actually a real thing. “Scrum” is a popular methodology used in software development and manufacturing, and my husband and I found it was perfect for wedding planning as well.
It’s no surprise we’re crazy about tables around these parts… gorgeous dinnerware, ornate patterning and fancy flatware, oh my! But putting it all together takes a bit of know-how. That’s where our pals at Casa de Perrin come in, curators...Show More Summary
How does an initial, reasonably sized guest list of 40 grow into a raging, behemoth 160? Quite easily, as it turns out. Mr. Puffer and I began planning our wedding a couple months before we were engaged—and when I say … read more
clarktaylor22 shares a photo of her DIY centerpiece. 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 load. … read more
Check out our top wedding ideas you’ve pinned this week: Mrs. Coral’s seating chart Mrs. Eggplant’s bridesmaid newsletter Mrs. Squid’s wedding party photos DIY braided bridesmaids bracelets from Mrs. Coral Mrs. Sword’s receiving line Mrs. Unicycle’s wedding playlist Mrs. High … read more
Gather around to celebrate the bride-to-be with this elegant rustic themed table setting, styled by the ever-so-talented Connie from About Him and Her. Everything from the natural incorporation of greenery, to the soft teal hues against the gold centerpieces, create a happy blend. Show More Summary
At first, I thought this wedding was on a ranch somewhere in Kansas, but nope! Fiona and James said their vows on his aunt's farm in sunny Scotland. On the hottest day in July, James and a few others wore kilts while Fiona opted for sneakers underneath a gown with a sweeping train.