Introducing Miss Sea Monkey!

Posted 2 hours ago by Mrs. Mouse

We’re so excited to introduce our newest blogger, Miss Sea Monkey! She’s putting together an intimate destination wedding on the beach in Florida, so the sea monkey icon is so appropriate! Miss Sea Monkey, Sunny Isles Beach / Miami Age and Occupation: 24, Preschool Teacher. Fiance’s Age and Occupation: 28, Radio/TV Services / Television Engineer Engagement Date: May 12, 2014 … read more

Just Add Water: The Sea Monkeys Are Swimming Through

Posted 3 hours ago by Miss Sea Monkey

Ahoy, mateys! Holy smoly!! I’m a bee! I can’t believe I made it in finally. I knew if I just put my mind to it, I could get in. I will admit that I was waiting for my rejection letter, since my wedding was so close. Imagine my shock when the email from Mrs. Mouse popped up right as I … read more

One-Stop Bride: Finding My Dress, Part 2

Posted 5 hours ago by Miss Puffer

In part one of this post, I told you about finding Curvaceous Couture, a boutique specializing in gowns for plus-size brides. For me, dress shopping was always going to be one of the most stressful parts of the wedding-planning experience, but the staff at Curvaceous Couture made it easy—and dare I say, slightly enjoyable? Yes, it was awkward standing there … read more

Classifieds: May 28, 2015

Posted 21 hours ago by Classifieds

Leslie is selling a wedding veil by Sibo Designs. She is asking $389 for the ivory cathedral veil. 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:

Italian Honeymoon: Capri and Rome

Posted 24 hours ago by Mrs. Coral

On this particular morning when we woke up, we overwhelmingly did not want to head to Rome. We really preferred the smaller stops on our trip to the big cities and did not want two full days in Rome. I’m sure that some people will think that is crazy, but it’s the truth. Our friend Meghan had to leave for … read more

Turn an Orange into a Candle

Posted 3 weeks ago by Emily Regan

Using these simple grocery store items, you can create rustic and very eco-friendly candles that are easy on the eyes and easy on the wallet.

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