Mehndi, also known as henna, is used to adorn brides prior to the ceremony in South Asia, Middle East, and North African countries. I have seen Mehndi in many lovely and intricate designs but never have I seen it in white as it is on this brides arm. What an equally elegant alternative to the deep reddish brown colors often used. Beautiful! What do you think?
“When shipped abroad, a Christian Lacroix wedding dress travels upright in a cloth case, each layer resting in a bed of tissue. Such extraordinary care and attention to detail is the foundation of the couture.”
These personalized monogrammed buckets from Sweet Thoughts Boutique are great! Not only can they be personalized, but they come in over 10 different colors. These are great to place flip flops for your guests, socks for your guests, and so much more.
An amazing reception dress.
Designer: Marchesa,Product code: 27457
Here is a great drink to have a your Christmas wedding.
2 1-2 oz Eggnog
1 oz Van Gogh Vanilla Vodka
¾ oz Amaretto
Combine ingredients in shaker and shake over ice. Strain into chilled martini glass. Dust with freshly grated nutmeg or cinnamon.
Such a simple, yet beautiful Calla Lilly bouquet
Your flower girls look up to you, more than you would understand. Make them feel included. A kid’s table for the children in the wedding party would be great! You can have coloring books for them, games, presents, and serve them chicken fingers.
Photography: Bobby Ketchum Photography
I love these personalized rings that your bridesmaids can wear for the wedding and everyday. These rings come in a set of 5 and retail for $135. Purchase them on Etsy.
I thought this was a wedding blog. Fear not…Well, this right here is one awesome Groom’s Cake. If your husband to be is a gamer, than this is for him.
Cake by Signature Cakes by Vicki
This can be a pretty creative wedding invite or Save-the-Date.
Weddings & Facebook
Many of us are on Facebook more times a day than we should be. If you are attending a wedding, make sure you ask the bride & groom if they are okay with it first. Marriage is sacred and maybe the couple would like to post their own pictures up or maybe they wouldn’t like any pictures up at all.
If you are the bride, please wait until the day after or the week after to change your statuses. Don’t go onto your Blackberry or iPhone and update your whole page. Protect your marriage. Look at what happened to Kim K.