Wedding seasons have trends, but why don’t we make vintage simplicity new. When we think back on our own history, we remember the simple things. We remember running around in a sprinkler all summer long. Who doesn’t remember drawing chalk on the sidewalk? Those are not grandiose memories, but they are fond and special. Let’s make vintage new by embracing the beautiful simplicity of our life memories.
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Haleigh is a bridal blogger, bridal consultant, and actress. Her past blogs have been seen on th Geneva Bride Blog as well as the Chicago Wedding Blog. Haleigh works in social media marketing for various bridal businesses. In her spare time, Haleigh enjoys dancing, drinking coffee, and spending time with her husband Jack.
There are plenty of different ways to plan a winter wedding. Here fun winter wedding ideas to enjoy the fun of winter weddings.
Often couples choose a trending color for their wedding color scheme. When wedding planning, there are no wrong choices. We do, however have some unique suggestions to choose your wedding colors in a different way. Trending colors come and go, but if you choose a color scheme you love, it’ll be timeless in your eyes.
A new trend we’ve been loving is wedding reception add-ons! Wedding reception add-ons are unique options you can add to your wedding reception, usually food or activity related. These options add extra fun and uniqueness to your wedding. If you want your wedding to stand out from the rest, here are some fun, and yummy, wedding reception add-ons to inspire you!
Wedding flowers are one of the most important visual elements of your wedding. Consequently it’s important to look determine your floral style. Once you determine your wedding flower style you can easily play with other colors and textures. To help you with this here are wedding flower styles to inspire you.
The last few years a new trend, called a “first look,” has been becoming much more common. A first look is a moment, before walking down the aisle, where the engaged couple see each other. Often, only the couple and a photographer are there. While other couples choose not to do a first look to keep the emotion of walking down the aisle. Are you undecided about doing a first look? Here are the pros and cons of doing a first look.
It’s 2020, gents. There are many better ways to celebrate your upcoming wedding day. Either in movies or real life, we’ve seen the cringe-worthy proverbial bachelor parties where men go to a strip club; despite the fact they’re soon to be married. If you are looking for a fun, yet relationship affirming bachelor party; here are some great ideas that won’t put you in the dog house with your soon to be married spouse.
Wedding planning does not have to be stressful if you have the right strategies. Here are useful tips to reduce your wedding planning stress.
Every couple appreciates receiving monetary gifts from their wedding. However, some wedding guests can’t afford a large monetary gift. Here are some wedding gift ideas newlyweds are sure to love!
One way to get out of the winter wedding planning blues is to look forward to spring. You have heard of the proverbial something blue, but this blue wedding inspiration goes further. Here is some unique blue spring wedding inspiration that will get you spring wedding ready!