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”

Memories That Last a Lifetime

It is hard to believe that I have been married 6 months now, how time flies. Once the thrill of being a newly wed started to sink in, I began to think about how I can preserve all of my wedding memories. Memories as special as these are going to be cherished. All throughout myContinue reading “Memories That Last a Lifetime”

Weekly Wedding Words: Ways To Save

In the beginning of your planning, determining your budget is a huge first step. No venue can be booked and it is hard to get started without an idea in mind. When Jacob and I started planning our wedding, we knew we had a smaller budget. Once we selected our venue and that was overContinue reading “Weekly Wedding Words: Ways To Save”

The Beauty of Options

Often I hear my brides say that wedding planning is like building a house, there are so many options! Options can certainly feel over whelming at times. Without a clear vision, the options will swallow you into a ball of stress. When it comes to your beauty options, I always look to the artist forContinue reading “The Beauty of Options”

Wedded Together

For those of you who don’t know, I am still a newly wed. I got married October 26, 2019 and some claim I still walk around with my head in the clouds like a newly wed would do. This time last year, I was knee deep in planning. To fast forward to two months outContinue reading “Wedded Together”

Calm in the Face of Uncertainty

This is a time like many of us have never experienced. A virus “attacking” around the world and simultaneously causing drastic effects in the stores, workplace, schools and major events. It sounds like what horror movies are based on. Sadly, this is our reality that becomes more serious and close to home every day. LikeContinue reading “Calm in the Face of Uncertainty”

The Walk

I know I am not the only Bride who has walked herself down the aisle for one reason or another on her wedding day. I remember every moment of that walk. For such a quick moment of a long day, it certainly can hold its own in as far as memories go. To fully tellContinue reading “The Walk”

The Wedding Vibe

When you first start wedding planning, it seems like all you are doing is getting asked questions and expected to have the answers. It can be exhausting and overwhelming. Even if you have a wedding planner, one of the decision you and your fiancee have to make is what kind of feeling do you wantContinue reading “The Wedding Vibe”

The 200 Day Check List

This timeline is often known as the 6ish month checklist but for those of you with a countdown app to the big day, 200 days is what you are looking at. While planning weddings the panic and stress can come up at multiple times, for some people this is in the beginning but for most,Continue reading “The 200 Day Check List”