National Sibling Day

April 10th is national sibling day! A day devoted to showing appreciation for your brothers and sisters. After all, there are no other people in the world who understand your childhood, and are connected to you in such a way. I am lucky enough to have two siblings, a younger sister, 26 and a youngerContinue reading “National Sibling Day”

90’s Inspired Galentine’s Day

Galentine’s has become a holiday that I am known for. Every year I gather my best girls and celebrate each other. It is always a girly affair complete with yummy food, all things pink and an unique theme. This year I decoded to channel the younger days in our lives. That time in life whenContinue reading “90’s Inspired Galentine’s Day”

The Dirty Blonde Stylist Gift Guide

Every year I like to put together The Dirty Blonde Stylist gift guide. A combination of local and easy order gifts to help you though this Christmas season. This year I wanted to divide the list into categories, Home (our new most visited place) Style (self care and beauty) and Celebrations (entertaining and toasting theContinue reading “The Dirty Blonde Stylist Gift Guide”

“So what does a day of coordinator even do?”

I get this question a lot. People who have not worked with or seen the work of a coordinator at another wedding, don’t know a lot about what goes into a smooth running wedding day. Why would they? How often do you go to a wedding and study the staff and what their job entails,Continue reading ““So what does a day of coordinator even do?””

The Paper Year

On October 26th 2020 Jacob and I will have been married a full year, and what a year it has been. I will remember for years to come, how our first married year was spent in quarantine and amidst a pandemic. Even now as we are trying to make plans to celebrate our anniversary, weContinue reading “The Paper Year”

Reviewing My Resolutions

When we entered into 2020, we all had high hopes. Little did we know what would unfold just a few months into the year. With the stress and calamity of the pandemic unfolding many of us abandoned our new years resolutions at the door. My brain operates on a retail timeline, that being said, IContinue reading “Reviewing My Resolutions”

Addie and Marshal

On October 3, 2020 Addie and Marshal tied the knot at her childhood home! My joy in life is being able to help people, turns out one of the best ways I can help people is by assisting them on their big day. With every wedding I experience I am more and more grateful forContinue reading “Addie and Marshal”

The wedding is over, now what?

I am not going to lie, getting back from the honeymoon, I wasn’t sure where to begin. Jacob and I got back from our wonderful honeymoon in Punta Cana in early November. The holidays were right around the corner and our house was full of wedding things that now had to find a new home.Continue reading “The wedding is over, now what?”

Weekly Wedding Words: Your perfect first dance

Reception traditions may change with time but those special dances never go out of style. I love the first dances between the couples, mother and son and of course, the father daughter dance. I remember my first dance, Jacob and I debuted to our guests as husband and wife for the first time. Jacob sweetlyContinue reading “Weekly Wedding Words: Your perfect first dance”

Pre-Fall in a Pandemic

Every year, I cheers to the pre-fall season. That wonderful time between summer and fall where it isn’t too cold, the air is cooler by the day, letting go of the summer heat. I love this time of year that used to mean back to school or back to college. Back to routines and gettingContinue reading “Pre-Fall in a Pandemic”