Friday, September 24, 2010
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Saturday, March 27, 2010
Plus he photographed a totally rad Texan Rockabilly wedding.
Friday, March 26, 2010
*Throw back from glam/rockabilly times
*A short fun dress that was easy to dance in
*Vintage mismatched dresses for bridesmaids
Now after having gone to try on dresses and finding this guy:
And after doing lots of research on all these wonderful wedding blogs, I just feel totally confused. I wonder how other people whittle down the details to pick out something they really like and don't regret using way down the line?
It seems like all the things that I like are just sooo expensive. How do brides bridge the style/budget line? Oh it just seems so confusing!
And then I see this! And how gorgeous is this? And I think 'yeah, now that's what I'm talking about. That's why I wanted to go short, plus it's cheaper!"
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Go! Go try on gorgeous dresses!
Monday, March 1, 2010
But if a wedding website wasn't figured into the budget then just scoot right over to Wedding Jojo; they do it all for free! They have a couple templates that you can personalize for your own wedding, so while it might not reflect the wedding to the T, it'll still help guests to stay current on all the festivities.
I like to sew and this just seems totally up my alley. We could have silks and muslims of varying neutral shades hanging down as the backdrop for the ceremony. I love all the candles as well, makes the whole thing just so romantic.
Plus, it could double as the backdrop for a photobooth!
Via Once Wed.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
I really love long dinning room tables!
Via The Selby
Monday, February 22, 2010
Photos all from Junebug Weddings
Friday, February 19, 2010
Friday, February 12, 2010
In some design magazine that I have long since forgotten I saw this really cool mirror that was way out of my price range. It was round and covered with leather, suspended from a leather strap; both parts cool and masculine.
Then I found a how-to for the same mirror on Design Sponge the other day! It doesn't look too hard to make.
Leather mirror How-to on Design Sponge
Thursday, February 11, 2010
C is a huge coffee drinker. I'm not so much of a coffee drinker as an espresso girl. I would love to get an espresso machine at the house for me and a kick-ass French Press for C. That way both of our coffee needs are taken care of.
I found a neat guide to picking out an espresso machine at Coffee Geek.
La Pavoni is supposed to be quite good for a semi-automatic machine and not going to break the bank. It's made in Italy, the home of espresso.
And of course he would need a totally rad water boiler. I used to have one in college and I discovered that it also doubled as a face steamer-a handy use for when my skin was breaking out during exams.
Aroma AWK-115S 1.5-Liter Stainless Steel X-Press Water Kettle