if i were planning a wedding, or was a florist, i’d stock up on 30 of these for centerpieces. ridiculously inexpensive. ($2-6)
honestly, since i’ve been married, i haven’t looked at ms weddings. but now that i’m helping plan a wedding.. i’m back in it, baby. i feel like the wedding industry has exploded in the last few years with everyone’s diy ideas -there is so much to research and more and more resources at our fingertips –it’s very exciting.
not like i needed to spend more money on my wedding, but if i had seen clara french’s cake stands, i might have splurged for one. gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous.
via amy atlas
seriously. come home.
a version of these stitching postcards could be really sweet for a destination wedding save-the-date.
i still get email to see my wedding photos… i’m so glad you’re interested in seeing them. i won’t be posting them yet, but hang tight… i will soon! in the meantime, you can check out the polaroids i took on the wedding day. otherwise, here is one:
to represent adam’s hometown of huntsville, alabama, we brought in cases of gibson’s white bbq sauce and included them in the gift totes we gave out-of-town guests. on sunday, i slathered this sauce on my chicken pre-grilling and post and it was delish.
proof that i like a good cheeseburger and fries.
…even on my wedding day.
images by elizabeth messina
hello everyone.. thank you for the well-wishes!
adam and i had a beautiful wedding day. we were so happy our family and a few close friends could join us… our only real disappointment was that the day went by too quickly! we wish we could have spent more time with everyone.