Tying the Knot in a Meaningful and Memorable Way (Without Losing Our Savings or Sanity)

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Inspirational Weddings


Kathryn featured a delightful wedding over at Snippet & Ink this weekend.

If you haven't seen it yet, you should make haste over there to check it out. It's a very detailed post about how the couple took on creative DIY projects and allotted their wedding budget.

There's also a link to the bride's blog where she details all of her DIY projects. She provides tons of insight into the process.

Her relaxed perspective is really refreshing. For example, here's what she says about her bouquet:

Although I'd been collecting clippings for months of tons of different beautiful, full bouquets, even a week before the wedding I didn't know what I wanted to do for mine. I seethed with jealousy of brides who got to carry peonies or daffodils and tried to figure out every possible way to find them in mid-July, but buying them out-of-season would have cost me a small fortune. I finally decided I just didn't really care. I'd only be holding my own bouquet for a few minutes while I walked down the aisle. It wasn't worth worrying about and I really just wanted something small, monochromatic and hand-tied, so I did the unthinkable in bride-land....I bought my bouquet flowers from a grocery store.


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2 comments:

Andi Pandi said...

Thanks for this post, I checked out the blog & I love it!! I love word-of-mouth.

Diana said...

I love this post and I love everything about this wedding! Thanks for sharing!

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