Congrats! Planning your wedding is such an exciting but often hectic time. I'm hoping you and your significant other find benefit from this very cut-to-the-chase list of tips to help you keep organized once you've got a whole haul of new goodies to add to your home. Let's jump right in.
After a month of patiently waiting for our full-size files to arrive they're finally here! I'm also sharing some pro tips about having your engagement, or other special occasion photoshoot at Navy Pier.
I'm officially in the last week of my 20's, and while it's bittersweet I am SO excited for my 30's! I keep hearing your 30's are the new 20's, but better because
Now that my bridal party proposals are complete I can finally share my Bridesmaid Proposal Boxes, and I couldn't be more excited to show them off! My gals have put up with years and years of me and my antics, so I wanted to be sure to treat them to something nice, while at the same time not breaking the bank since you know...the whole wedding to plan/fund thing.
I've been getting my WEYV on over the last few weeks while I work, workout and wedding plan (the big 3 these days). Since I work from home a lot it's been great having WEYV on to fill this new silence and keep me energized the entire day. I work so much better..
My lack of cute denim was getting really old. I've been eyeballing cute distressed pairs for months now. But with no idea where to start it's really hard to find motivation. Enter W./Wantable.
It's the unexpected items you miss that really cause the clutter. Let's dig right in.
There are a lot of things you don't even realize factor into a wedding until you're planning your own. Being the type-A, list-making person that I am, that was the first thing I needed to do once I realized I had so many general logistical questions before I even started thinking about the specific details that I wanted.
There's much more to creating a solid registry than going scan-happy at your favorite store. Even though that's easily the best part 🙂
Is your bedroom cold? If you live in an urban area, especially if you're in an apartment or condo, chances are your place gets cold in the winter. I've lived that life long enough to know that is just what happens with a cute, classic older building.