If you are anything like me, then you love your grandparents. I lived next to or down the road from one of mine most of my life. I even lived with them in between college. My dad’s dad walked me down the aisle as he supported me through a lot of tough times and even moved me to college my 2nd year after I stayed with him that summer.
As soon as the wedding planning is complete, you may be ready to start looking into honeymoon plans. Some couples prefer a shorter honeymoon while others want to be whisked away for a longer period of time. Whether you already know the length of your honeymoon or still planning it, it’s important to know how long the average honeymoon is.
Whether you want a beautiful display cake for your wedding or to add to your coffee bar without spending a fortune this project is for you! Naked cakes are lovely, they are classic and will not likely go out of fashion anytime soon. I spent a little over $10 in supplies at Hobby Lobby and bought a $1 can of lightweight spackle to create this gorgeous succulent cake to display on my table and give it a little pizazz.
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By My Trio Rings
Wedding ring shopping isn't as daunting as it's made out to be! Yes, there is a bit of planning that goes into making this important purchase, especially knowing where to propose, but with a few expert tips, you'll be able to make an educated decision knowing you checked off everything on your wish list, asked all the right questions and followed these 5 simple tips for finding your wedding rings!
Planning a wedding is a huge process. From the big decisions like your venue, menu and guest list to the little ones, like seating charts and centerpiece configurations, you’ll be forced to make dozens of decisions about what you want - and what you don’t want - at your wedding.
You’ve got the girl (or guy), you’ve got the rings, you’ve got the date, and you know what level of grandeur your ceremony is going to be. Now it’s time to share the news with the people closest to you -- and your invitation sets the tone for the occasion.