DIY Project: How to Create an Engagement Timeline Without Losing Your Mind

Posted 14 hours ago by Guest

Once the ring is on her finger, newly engaged brides excitedly begin their planning process. Excitement quickly shifts to anxiety as the first step for many brides is to turn to wedding books or websites for traditional engagement timelines.  You know what they look like—pages long with a painfully endless list of traditional bridal expectations that induce panic attacks, hair … read more

Crazy or Creative? Kraft Paper Table Runners

Posted 16 hours ago by Miss Hen

There’s apparently a fine line between “Oh that’s so interesting!” and “What the heck was she thinking?!” Thanks to our small budget and pseudo-hispter desire to do things a little out of the norm, Roo and I have been coming up with creative solutions for our wedding. Things like serving food from a food truck and popsicles instead of cake. … read more

The First Look Debate

Posted 19 hours ago by Miss Border Collie

First looks obviously are not a new trend in the wedding world. The reasons for doing a first look are extremely practical: it calms the nerves before the ceremony, it gives you more time to take couple’s and family portraits, the couple can enjoy cocktail hour rather than taking portraits at that time, plus, I’m sure there’s an assortment of … read more

Gallery of the Day: August 27, 2014

Posted 21 hours ago by Weddingbee Gallery

audrey_lane shares a photo from her dramatic engagement photo shoot. Image credit: Damien Gibbs Photography 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 … read more

Classifieds: August 26, 2014

Posted 2 days ago by classifieds

Melinda is selling a Pronovias Benicarlo wedding gown. She’s asking $1,800 for the size-6 gown. 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:

Real Weddings: Christine & Dawid

Posted 2 days ago by Real Weddings

Christine & Dawid planned their rustic-vintage wedding themselves, mixing in elements of the groom’s Polish heritage into the personalized ceremony. ~~~ The Details Bride’s Name: Christine Gauthier Groom/Partner’s Name: Dawid Badlak Venue(s): Jack’s Barn, Oxford, New Jersey Wedding Date: June 28, 2014 Bridal Gown Designer: BHLDN Florist: Jardiniere Fine Flowers Photographer: Alborn Photography Videographer: Signature Productions and Events Cake: Palermo’s … read more

How to Create an Engagement Timeline Without Losing Your Mind

Posted 16 hours ago by Rebecca Richey

  Once the ring is on her finger, newly engaged brides excitedly begin their planning process. Excitement quickly shifts to anxiety as the first step for many brides is to turn to wedding books or websites for traditional engagement timelines.  You know what they look like—pages long with a painfully endless list of traditional bridal expectations that induce panic attacks, … read more

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Using Watercolor in Your Wedding

Posted 7 days ago by Lauren Hittinger

I absolutely love watercolor. It’s so romantic and versatile. Plus, painting with it is a total breeze, especially if you’re making abstract swatches of color. Here are some tips for working with watercolor, and suggestions on how to incorporate this painting style into your wedding.

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