Monumental Love: Liturgy of the Word

Posted 2 hours ago by Mrs. Pyramid

In order to make our nuptial mass helpful to any other Catholic brides, I’ll be including our readings, song choices, and some of the prayers.  And in order to make all of that manageable to write and read, I’ll be splitting our ceremony up into three posts.  Today, I’ve got the liturgy of the word to share with you, which … read more

Looking at Traditions

Posted 4 hours ago by Miss Narwhal

OK, I’m sure if you have learned anything about the future Mr. and Mrs. Narwhal, it’s that we want our wedding to be a representation of us. We want our backyard forest wedding to be filled with little touches everywhere of who we are as a couple. So, it might not surprise you that we’re skipping quite a few traditions when … read more

To Look or Not to Look

Posted 5 hours ago by Miss Tractor

With the decision made to move the cocktail hour to before the ceremony, we now needed to make space in our wedding-day schedule for portraits. Easy fix—let’s do a first look! It doesn’t work for everyone, but with beautiful photographic inspiration like this, it’s hard to resist a first look! Mrs. Poodle’s first look! / Photo by Next Exit Photography

Introducing Miss Clownfish!

Posted 6 hours ago by Mrs. Penguin

Our newest bee is a student and a pro photog! We can’t wait to see what this creative gal has up her sleeve for her wedding. Please join me in welcoming Miss Clownfish to the hive! Miss Clownfish, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Age & Occupation: 22, Full-time student and Professional Photographer Fiance’s Age & Occupation: 23, Full-time student Engagement Date: January 5th, 2014 … read more

Classifieds: January 26, 2015

Posted 23 hours ago by classifieds

Jessica is selling a lot of rustic wedding decor, including 140 burlap & lace napkin holders. See her listing for details and pricing. 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:

Wedding-Day Timelines

Posted 1 day ago by Miss Tractor

The most important item on our wedding-day timeline is not my hair appointment or even the arrival of our guests. Our wedding-day timeline is being entirely dictated by one thing: the sun! Since we are having our wedding officiated by a rabbi, our ceremony is not able to begin until after Shabbat (Hebrew for Sabbath, or day of rest), which … read more

Rethinking Wedding Party Gift Baskets

Posted 5 days ago by Emily Regan

Are you tired of all the traditional, monogrammed wedding party gifts? Try making customized gift baskets! Here’s a how to create something fun and personal without breaking the bank. You’ve picked your wedding party—yay! They’ve been there for you through all the crazy ups and downs of wedding planning and now the big day is almost here and you want … read more

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