Hi there :) I absolutely ADORE your blog! I wanna be an Event Planner too :) Hoping to Major in it next year!! Anyway, I was wondering if you've ever heard of the Nora Roberts' "The Bridal Quartet". It's about 4 friends who run their own wedding planning business. Each of the four book focuses on one girl and they each do something different (photography, flowers, food, and general planning) You would totally love them <3
I am so happy to here that you love Laced in Weddings! I have not read that book, but you just made me really excited, so I will be purchasing it on my Nook!
Absolutely love your tumblr :) Such good photos and ideas. My friend just got engaged and asked me to be her bridesmaid so this inspired me to look up bridal things and this blog is the best i have found. Thanks all the way from Melbourne, Australia :)
So happy to hear that! Congratulations to your friend and hope she find some inspiration from Laced in Weddings.
I'm recently engaged & we've started the planning! However, there are some issues. We wanted a small ceremony & reception (we had a solid list of 50) & now we're at 100. Because my future mother-in-law is paying for most of it. & she cries when we disagree. I want a DJ, & she's trying to convince us that getting his cousin to run a playlist on an iPod is good enough. I want REAL dishes, & now we're using disposable plates/cups. What do I do? I'm already SO stressed & the wedding is a year away!
First off, Congratulations on your engagement! There are many things to consider here. It’s great that your mother-in-law is offering to pay for your wedding. But remember, her son’s and your wedding. You don’t want to look at your wedding photos 5 years from now, and not be happy. It’s a special day and you should not be willing to compromise your happiness because she is crying.
Sit down with her and tell her, the money that we are spending on 50 extra people, can give you the money for a DJ or for real plates and silver wear. Maybe you can decide to let her pay and whatever upgrades you want, you and your fiance can pay.
Take a deep breath. You and your fiance are both in this together, so you BOTH need to talk to her. Good luck & let me know how everything goes.
Floral Crowns are becoming a new trend for Spring 2012. I personally love them, but I am also in love with the hippie trend, which may be why I love it. What do you think of them? Should we leave the flower crowns to the flower girls or would this be perfect for an outdoor spring wedding?
Photography: Ventola Photography
Clothes: KT Jean Designs
Hairpieces and accessories: Mignonne Handmade
Hair: Paige Ashcroft for Altered Ego Salon
Makeup: Rosanna Reed for Dollface Ink
Props and Styling: Jennifer Wood for Mignonne Handmade
Models: Jaime, Whitney and Philip for Agency Az, Aaron Wood
Source: Green Wedding Shoes
Such amazing work that went into creating a piece art like this wedding dress!
Love on Film #5
Again, by urbanvid. We can’t get enough of these guys!
Classic Vancouver wedding, full of so much style.
Post by: Fortune Events, Vancouver Wedding Planners :)
Such a gorgeous ceremony site, a 16th century convent in Zacatecas, Mexico.
If you are in the California or Minnesota area during these dates in Januaty, read below!
Monique Lhuillier’s wedding dresses are some of the most beautiful on the planet, and nothing beats getting to try on her spellbinding designs in person. If you’re in the market for a Monique, don’t miss the trunk shows at their Minneapolis and Los Angeles flagship salons this month. They’re by appointment only, so call or e-mail to reserve your space today!
January 13th -14th, 2012
Monique Lhuillier Minneapolis Flagship Salon
3928 W. 50th Street
By appointment only - call 612-929-0747
January 26th - 28th, 2012
Monique Lhuillier Los Angeles Flagship Salon
8485 Melrose Place
Los Angeles, CA 90069
By appointment only - call 323-655-1088 or e-mail email@example.com