Traditions & Superstitions

Posted 3 hours ago by Miss Border Collie

Weddings are steeped in traditions, aren’t they? Here are a few wedding traditions and superstitions with a brief history…some that we’re doing, and some that we’re not! White Wedding Dress: check! In Western culture the white wedding dress was adopted after Queen Victoria wore one in 1840. Dang! What a trendsetter! Can you imagine the color of your wedding dress … read more

Watercooler: July 26, 2014

Posted 2 days ago by watercooler

Let There Be Light by Miss Squid Trash the Dress & Wedding Regret by Miss Border Collie Becoming a Mrs. by Miss Barn Sock It to Me, Groomsmen by Miss Hen Built for Two: Introductions and First Dance by Mrs. Bicycle Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Serving Champagne at a Wedding by Miss Hen Our Ring (and Antique … read more

Classifieds: July 25, 2014

Posted 3 days ago by classifieds

Jenna is selling a Rivini bridal gown with sweetheart neckline. She is asking $2,250 for the size-8 dress. Have a wedding item for sale? Post it with pictures in the Weddingbee Classifieds, and you might see it featured on the blog! Other great items for sale:

Find Your Seat

Posted 3 days ago by Mrs. Clover

Before the wedding, I told you about everything I hoped our place cards would do: Guest’s name Guest’s table assignment Entree choice Room assignment So how did it turn out? Exactly like I hoped. All photos from Caili Helsper Photography unless otherwise noted

Sailing to the Bahamas – Part 2: Excursions and Ports of Call

Posted 3 days ago by Mrs. Goat

As I stated previously, we sailed with Royal Caribbean on the Grandeur of the Seas for our honeymoon. After two wonderful days of sleeping, eating, swimming, napping, eating, eating, shows, swimming, eating, napping and eating we arrived at our first stop—Port Canaveral, Florida. We batted around several options for excursions: 1) Universal Studios—which we nixed because the boat didn’t arrive … read more

Handmade Sailboat Table Decorations

Posted 7 days ago by Heather Burcham

Nautical themes are becoming increasingly popular for spring and summer weddings. With clean lines and rich navy blue and crisp white colors, this look can “anchor” your wedding décor, adding a masculine accent to what can become an almost exclusively feminine look.

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