Today’s post was inspired by a request from someone who follows me on Twitter (you are too, right? Because y’all – I’m funny. I will be your everything.). Anyhoo, I was asked to come up with a bunch of potential gifts for the groomsmen and also do up a few ideas for ladies. So I came up with this mini round-up of great bridesmaid gifts (all for under $30):
When someone dies, pictures suddenly become extremely important. Photos, video, audio, become tangible memories of the person lost. I realized quickly that I had very few photos of Sean from our wedding. I didn’t think too much about this on April 17. It didn’t matter, until it mattered.
I got a REALLY interesting question from a reader while I was on maternity leave and I just knew that it was one I needed to answer. Why? Because I have personal past experience with this sort of issue and know how awful it can be. From Belinda:
Ah, our wedding flowers. They were totally affordable and 100% DIYed – by people with ZERO experience in floral arranging and for a whopping $183.52 TOTAL. Also? Half the flowers I sourced where fabulous and half were a big fat fail. Read on for the details:
We asked a lot from our wedding party. Come to Texas, on Memorial Day weekend, while it’s in the triple digits. And, oh yeah, we need your help building a new porch/entryway, clearing the ceremony site, constructing tables from pallets, and DIYing a ton of last minute crap er, crafts. And for that, we gave the wedding party some cute gifties. And others were just plain practical/awesome.
It’s another Wedding Wednesday and I’ve got one more little DIY that I’d like to share with y’all from The Boy and my quickie Alaskan civil ceremony. When I cobbled together my little wedding party for the ceremony, I thought…
So, I’m married (thinking that you may have heard that by now – it was a pretty emotional ride!). And, since we only had three days to plan the whole thing, obviously our pre-chosen wedding party were not going to…