It only seems appropriate that I should follow up my simplest wedding DIY with a post about what turned out to be our most complicated wedding project: our programs. Wedding programs seem to be one of those projects that tend to get left to the last minute and often materialize as simple folded pieces of paper that 100% get the … read more
Ann is selling 2 packs of “Admit One” tickets for use in a carnival or circus themed wedding. She is asking $12. 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:
After the ceremony it was cocktail hours! We (the wedding party) actually got to spend about 30 minutes at cocktail hours. Which was AWESOME! There is nothing better than actually getting to enjoy the fruits of your wedding-planning labors. All photos are from Phil Steingard Studio. The bar: That flag banner was an impulse buy to get my Oriental Trading … read more
So we bloggers all do things a bit differently around here, but I for one enjoy seeing some of the reception details while we’re still “on location” in the story. So before we close out the rest of the night, let’s take a look at some of the lovely details that made up our reception. There’s lots to see and … read more
When I booked a block of rooms at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott, I was sure that I had booked too many. (Not a problem since we wouldn’t be held liable for unused rooms.) Most of our guests live in the NYC/NJ area and I assumed that those who were traveling would make plans to stay with family in NJ to … read more
INDIASALSAPOWER shares a ring shot from her wedding day. Keep on loading your inspirational wedding pics to the Weddingbee Gallery to see them featured here on the blog! Remember, your images must be under 1MB in size, or they won’t load. If your photo is featured as the Gallery of the Day, you’re eligible for a special Weddingbee badge … read more
I’m really excited to share this project with you all today because this has been my favorite wedding DIY so far. I’m a pretty crafty person—I love making all kinds of things. But my favorite things to make are things that can be worn! After researching bridal hairstyles, I decided that I wanted something a little fancy to wear in … read more
While most of my important stuff goes straight into the binder, there are a few other things I’ve used to keep organized that I’ve found super helpful. First of all, just like almost every other bride in the known universe, I’ve been using Pinterest to keep track of all my inspirational photos. Once I get close to a final decision on … read more
Mr. Narwhal—time to peace out! Image via Inyi Minyi All Images moving forward are personal. As you may remember from my dress-shopping adventures, dress shopping was pretty overwhelming for me. It was a lovely day, and I’m incredibly grateful for all of the women in my life that came to help me pick the most important outfit I’ll ever wear … read more
Throw pillows can make pew-style seating cozier, or easily round out your weddings decor theme. Best of all, they can be incorporated quickly with zero sewing required. All you need to do is assemble no-sew throw pillow cases. Here’s how you do it.
I don’t know about you, but those white Ikea Tolsby frames are my favorite! Not only do they go so well for any theme and any party, it is also less than a dollar! What I also like about it is that even though it’s just plastic, it’s also sturdy too. Here is an easy tutorial to dress up these frames … read more
Between all the invitations, flowers, seating arrangements, and venue hunting it can be difficult to remember to take time to relax. Sometimes a little pampering is all you need to get back on track, and this sugar scrub is sure to do the trick.