anne-tree Newlywed Perspective: Valentine’s Day

You see that green thing in the photo up there? The sad, lonely, abandoned tree lying on its side on the ground? Well, that poor little fir used to live in our living room. He was covered in lights and... Read More

salvage-life-etsy-1950s-wedding-dress-tulle-sequin-halter-vintage_0 Salvage Life Vintage Wedding Dresses

While all aspects of a wedding are a reflection of the bride and groom, nothing obviously makes a bigger statement about the bride than her wedding dress. It’s such a beautiful representation of her sense own sense of style and... Read More

imeon-design-etsy-paper-fortune-cookie Imeon Design: Paper Paraphernalia Aplenty

My background and training is in printmaking. As a result, I cannot help but be smitten with all things paper! I love the multitude of ways that you can manipulate paper to create anything from high art to charming ephemera.... Read More

dsc_0033 Newlywed Perspective: Sibling Engagements

A couple of weeks ago I mentioned that my younger brother got engaged (that’s him and his fiance right there in the photo!). Well, since then, I’m pretty sure that all I’ve done with my life is look at wedding... Read More

Color Board: Navy Blue and Yellow

Photo Credits: Bouquet: JL Designs Shoes: Jasmine Star Photography Bow Tie: Oh Two Vintage Sailboat Place Cards: Union Photography Cake: Sweetness Bakery Invitations: New &... Read More

Soniva_Gili copy Minimize Honeymoon Planning Stress With Jetsetter

Plotting your post-wedding escape can be as stressful as coordinating the Big Day. We asked the travel experts at Jetsetter.com to share their thoughts on how to minimize honeymoon hassle. Here, their top tips for planning an easy-breezy romantic getaway.... Read More

iStock_000013333900Small Top Honeymoon Destinations of 2012

Whether you’re seeking a hot spot for your honeymoon or a dreamy destination-wedding locale, 2012 is a great year for your travels. We’ve uncovered the top dozen must-go getaways, from A to Z. 1. Jumba Bay, Antigua Dubbed the gateway... Read More

Havana Harbor Entrance And El Morro Castle A Destination Guide to Visiting Cuba

  Once upon a time, Cuba was the most popular travel destination in the Caribbean. Before the Cuban Revolution of 1959, Havana easily lured Americans and other nations’ tourists with its electrifying mix of nightlife, beach and breezy accessibility. Not... Read More