Watercooler: October 28, 2016

Posted 48 mins ago by watercooler

Happily Feather After: Setting the Scene by Mrs. Feather
Music: The Food of Love by Miss Sixpence
Once in a Blue Moon Love: Bridal Portraits (Unpremeditated) by Mrs. Blue Moon
Wedding Food: It’s What’s for Dinner by Miss Sixpence
Once in a Blue Moon Love: The Details by Mrs. Blue Moon
Happily Feather After: Our Ceremony Begins by Mrs. Feather
Happily Feather After: Exchanging Vows by Mrs. Feather
D-I-Why? by Miss Wishbone
Getting Sparkly by Miss Wishbone
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Once in a Blue Moon Love: The Longest Short Walk Ever

Posted 3 hours ago by Mrs. Blue Moon

After one final fluff of my dress, I heard the selection I chose for my bridal processional begin to play (an arrangement of Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years”), and our planner and her assistant got ready to reopen the doors. read more

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Classifieds: October 27, 2016

Posted 23 hours ago by Classifieds

Wood Painted Table Numbers
nattybeee is selling a set of wood painted table numbers. She is asking $100 for the set of numbers 1–18.

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:

Ivory floral arch swag set, asking $40
Galina Signature wedding dress from David’s Bridal), size 2, asking $250
Custom tailored bridal dress from Florence, Italy, asking $700
Gold mercury glass… read more

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Once in a Blue Moon Love: The Bridal Party Enters

Posted 1 day ago by Mrs. Blue Moon

Right on the dot of four o’clock, as we ladies were hidden away in the green room, my wedding planner shut the inner doors to the sanctuary and started lining the grandmothers, mothers, and groomsmen up as we had decided the previous night at the rehearsal. read more

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Accessories…They’re IN the Computer

Posted 1 day ago by Miss Sixpence

As I sat down to write about the accessories I chose for my wedding day, I realized that I had bought everything online! I enjoy brick-and-mortar shopping but I definitely feel there are often better deals to be had on the good ol’ web. So without further ado, here are the Sixpence accoutrements:

Something blue. | Image via Lord & Taylor
SHOES. I really wanted to do the “something old, something new” tradition for some reason, so I scrapped my original plans for nude flats and went with… read more

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Posted 1 day ago by Miss Wishbone

When I started the wedding planning process, I had big plans when it came to DIY…I was going to do the cake, the flowers, the decor, the favors, signs, and even the invitations. And honestly, if I had another 6 months, or a less hectic work schedule, that’d still be the plan.

But the closer I get to the wedding, the more I find myself thinking: “Life’s too short to make yourself crazy. It’s worth just paying someone to do it right.”

Plus, I’ve got Mr. W and my dad (can we call him Reverend… read more

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Easy-to-Make Rustic Seating Chart Display

Posted 1 month ago by Cheyenne Bolt

So, my mom had these cans hanging from strings in her garage. They were all connected to this long, beautiful, rustic-looking branch. This, with the idea that flowing ribbons are just cool, spawned my idea for the rustic seating chart we’ll be crafting today. My cousins actually had an outdoor rustic and boho style wedding, and they had ribbons and baubles hanging everywhere. The effect was so neat; I often want to recreate this kind of imagery in my crafts! With this seating chart, your guests will… read more

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How to Make Your Own Adorable Wedding Ring Pillow

Posted 2 months ago by Cheyenne Bolt

You heard it right. You can make your own ring pillow for your big day. I’m so excited about this project because I really feel it’s something that takes minimal effort but produces grand results. I kept mine pretty simple, and it still turned out neat! You could add so much to it, and you can also use a different fabric. I know felt might not be everyone’s cup o’ tea. I like it, but there’s nothing wrong with using a different fabric.

Even if you do use slightly different materials, the basic… read more

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Make Your Own Wine-themed Centerpieces for Under $5!

Posted 2 months ago by Sacha Doucet

If you’re throwing a wine-themed wedding, here’s a cheap center piece idea that’s environmentally friendly to boot. Collect bottles and corks from your family and friends and you won’t have to spend a dime on the bulk of the project! The total cost of one centerpiece as seen above is just under $5!


A vase (the one displayed is 9 inches tall and 3.25 inches across and is from a dollar store)
Wine bottle
Roll of twine
X-acto knife
Cutting board
Paper,… read more

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