Friday, March 27, 2009
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Ever wonder how the tradition "Old, New, Borrowed, Blue" started? Something old represents tradition and a link back to your family. Something new symbolizes hope for your future as a married couple. Something borrowed from someone who is happily married allows their happiness to rub off on you. And something blue signifies fidelity, so your love will be forever true.
Monday, March 16, 2009
Your flowers can bring your wedding to life, and they certainly set the stage for the atmosphere you want to have. Whether you are going for the fairy tale wedding with lots of roses adn lace, or you and yours are more of the bohemian time with wild flowers, clck here to see a variety of flowers and arrangements that suit your style. Thanks to brides.com for the great pics!
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
The go-to Web site for savvy shoppers in search of a steal, Bluefly.com has introduced a wedding section, which offers designer duds, accessories and gifts. Browse by your role: A bridal party member (or bride looking on behalf of her ’maids) selects “I’m in it”; guests click “I’m invited.” For more info, visit blue fly.com/weddings. If you trouble with the link - go to their home page adn type "weddings" into the search. Thanks to brides.com for the info! Happy planning - and shopping!
Sunday, March 1, 2009
Love the idea of adding some eye-catching glimmer to your wedding day look but don't want to go the conventional tiara route? Try a belt!
Innovative bridal jewelry designer Debra Moreland of Paris is introducing a new take on wedding day bling: the bridal belt. As is usually the case with any design by Debra, this belt is surprisingly versatile.
You can wear the detail at the front of your dress or at the back to highlight the top of your train or a deeply cut backline. You can wear it just under the bust to accent an empire line gown, at the natural waist or slung lower at the hips.
But that’s not all. Debra adds “They make amazing lariats or swags across the arms that drapes down the dress. Really, it’s an extremely creative accessory that can be worn differently at the reception or after the wedding–even with jeans!”
Prices start at $450 (keep in mind the re-use factor!). For details and stores, go to www.paristiaras.com.
Thanks to Get Married for the article (visit www.getmarried.com for more articles, blogs and more!)
When planning a wedding there a TON of details that can leave you frustrated and wishing you eloped! Hiring a wedding planner can ease your stress and allow you to focus on the aspects of your wedding YOU want to focus on. But if that is not an option, try these sites to help you manager your budget, track RSVPs and several other planning tools and it's free!
Check out brides.com and weddingwire.com to start. If you still feel overwhelmed, you can always give me a call! Happy planning!