The majority of people I know have a Google account for one reason or another. If you don’t, it only takes a couple minutes to sign up for one. Google Forms is a lifesaver, and boy do I wish I had used it when I was gathering my guest addresses for my wedding! In fact, I just used it to gather addresses for Christmas Cards, and the amount of people that told me this is genius, I’m totally stealing this idea blew me away. They were right, it is SO easy and only takes a matter of second for each person to enter their own address (hello avoiding mistakes when you copy it or write it down yourself)!Read More
It is becoming increasingly more difficult to find the perfect gift for a bride– not because of the lack of gifts, but rather because everyone seems to have the same general idea when it comes to getting gifts for brides. I can only assume that brides receive multiple “wifey” shirts, “his” and “hers” mugs, and all of the other run-of-the-mill cliché gifts for brides that currently exist. Don’t get me wrong, it’s hard to have too many mugs, but it’s not fun to have multiple that are the same or have the same concept.
Finding the perfect gift for a bride comes partly from experience (I got married in the fall of 2015) and partly from knowing what trendy gifts for brides exist off the beaten path…Read More
RSVP cards are a rather traditional way to request a reply to a wedding; however, they are still used quite often in wedding invitation suites for modern brides. Some brides opt to go with an RSVP online, or with a postcard RSVP card instead of the traditional card & envelope pair.
If you are a bride who has decided to use a RSVP card for her wedding invitation suite then this article is definitely for you, especially if you don’t know where to begin with your own RSVP card. The rest of the blog is organized into 5 comment questions about RSVP cards, as well as my answers for them!Read More
If you're a bride-to-be, then THIS is the article for you. Right now, you are probably in your wedding bubble finding your dress, finding a venue, coordinating your bridesmaids, and managing every down-to-the-minute detail that needs to get done. Trust me, I've been there and I know how it feels.
But, in all the craziness, there is something you should take the time to do: prepare for all of those "Thank You" notes that you will be writing as soon as the wedding is over. Here's why: when the wedding is over, the craziness does not stop there. You and your now-fiancé will most likely be moving in together (unless that detail is already covered) and managing all the details of your new life…Read More