Paola from The Housewife Bootcamp designed these regal royal wedding viewing party printables and is kindly letting us give them away. Thank you, Paola!
This collection includes party circles, invitations, bottle labels, and a banner. See for yourself...
I was just talking to Christine Long-Plotkin, who recently added her wedding photos to our site. She got married in November 2009 in Los Angeles, and threw a $30k wedding on a budget of $13k.
How did she do it? With a "can do" spirit, by finding people who were willing to work within her budget, and by enlisting everyone she knew.
I stumbled upon this new online magazine, Nonpareil, dedicated to DIY projects for weddings and parties. I thought it was beautiful so I had to write about it.
So far they only have two issues up, but what I love are the free downloadables and tutorials, plus the photo spreads are gorgeous.
Today was the first day I saw an episode of "Amazing Wedding Cakes" and now I'm hooked. It's on the WeTV cable network and there are some seriously cool cakes on this show.
So here are the three cakes that were featured in today's episode. My favorite is the Barcelona cake, styled after Gaudi's most famous building in Barcelona and created by Cake Alchemy in New York.
I love "Top Chef Masters," so how psyched was I to watch last week's episode and see that it was "Wedding Wars."
I wish I could have tasted the food. How many times have I been to a wedding where the food was just adequate, or not even that great. What would it be like to be at a wedding and eat food prepared by awesome chefs?