We all have a nerdy side, even those of us who do our best to hide it from the world. Find tastful, fun ways to incorporate your nerdiness into your big day. After all, it's a part of who you are, when you have the most fun and what others, who truly know you, love you for. We love how this bride showed that she loves more than the physical chemistry between her and her groom with this periodic table banner.
Creating some sort of a photo booth experience at your wedding reception or for any of your pre-wedding events is always a entertaining crowd-pleaser. Plus you get the added bonus of creating memories for laughs later, and you don't feel the pressure to "babysit" your guests. Of course, how lively and fun it will be depends on the group you're inviting; and for those who are a tad reluctant to let their goofy side out, they may just need a few more drinks or some sort of incentive.
We love thought bubble chalkboards. In fact, take it to the next level and how two or three people write out something random on the thought bubbles without consulting the other participants, and see how wacky and funny all the messages are clumped together.
We are delighted to once again present Texas-based wedding planner and superstar, Donnie Brown, Donnie Brown Weddings and Events, in his eighth installment of many upcoming, monthly contributing columns. You may know him from the popular TV show, “Whose Wedding is it Anyway?”
Well-known for his direct and vivacious personality, he is sure to keep us in stitches with his humorous opinions and sometimes, unbelievable tales from his experiences as a planner over the years. In addition, he will keep readers up-to-date on the latest bridal trends and “must haves.”
Here, in his next column, Donnie takes a brief detour from weddings to spread Christmas cheer, or should we say, fear?
There's something alluring, mysterious, and beautifully striking about a silhouette photo.
It's a wonderful way to show off your venue, surroundings, gown, etc.
A lot of trends in wedding gowns hit the runway for Spring 2013. One of the hot trends for this coming year are tea-length dresses instead of the traditional, more formal floor-length gown. Take a peek at these darling dresses from BHLDN for some inspiration.
Even if you're not inclined to break tradition and wear a shorter dress for your ceremony, these are great additions to your wardrobe and can be worn at your reception, rehearshal dinner, honeymoon and other special occasions.
We've seen some pretty unique and interesting things that brides or couples will do to preserve vows, memories, bouquets, etc., but this might beat them all. Somehow both bride and groom's heart beats were recorded and then transferred onto canvas. Maybe both or one of them are doctors. Our question to you is, awesome or weird?