Just a few cute ways guys proposed with food/drink items. How clever did they get with food? How did your fiance propose to you? We'd love to see photos.
This will wake you up real fast in the morning.
This is one that makes your insides melt.
If you're a guy reading this and you have this strong desire to propose perfectly to your girlfriend, but aren't sure where to start, be sure to contact Chelsea Rollert, owner and event planner, of iLove Wedding & Event Design about her iLove the Perfect Proposal package! Perhaps you’re having a hard time deciding the best way to pop the question and want this to be a memorable (in a good way) night for both of you – a way for you to feel more confident and at ease.
Looking for a gift for your groom? What better than to give him more of yourself by booking a boudoir photography session with Flirt Boudoir Photography? Some of you ladies might baulk and gasp at the idea, immediately picturing trashy, scantily clad women with bad makeup jobs. Or you might think it's not for you because you don't look like Victoria Secret's model Miranda Kerr. Wrong on both counts. Listen to what Photographer Cindy Mills, owner of Flirt Boudoir Photography has to say, the benefits you and your groom get from it, and her vision behind it.
The Texas Wedding Guide: How do you approach these sessions with the women?
Cindy Mills: Communication. I think communicating with my clients is the key to a successful boudoir session. From what to wear, where to go to get hair and makeup, and even suggestions on what props to bring; I give them as much information as I possibly can. Once the client arrives we have a short consultation where they can see all the sample albums and products. We also discuss the outfits they have brought and what will look best with what set all while they sip on a glass of champagne. Then once I can tell they are relaxed and all questions have been answered we start the session.
TWG: What guidelines do you recommend to clients?
Mason Jars have become an integral part of many wedding reception tablescapes, and have taken the limelight in decor. Here are four more things you didn't know you could do with Mason Jars. Even better, you don't have to just use them for your wedding; use them as decor in your home or allow guests to take them home as favors. You're welcome.
Paint the inside of Mason Jars with your wedding colors for a shiny, matte look
What's better than Mason Jars? Sipping out of Mason Jar goblets. Hello.
When you combine a breath-taking venue, a lovely bride, a few tablespoons of toadstools, layers of moss, exquisite floral design & charming stationery….you end up with Woodland Wonder. This autumn-esque affair is ethereal, earthy and charming. You can almost taste the apple cider, carmel and all the spices.
Look at those tantalizing, ruby red apples dipped in caramel. Even more fabulous is the assortment of condiments you can roll the caramel apple in. The red fondant on the cake perfectly complements the decor and setting.
There's so many intricacies and a plethora of decisions to be made outside the realm of cake options. Thousands of toppers, hundreds of flavors; and should you go for bling or vintage? Here are some fun options if you're having a cake identity crisis, and just some ideas you might have never seen/thought of before.
Let the cake design stand alone and simply suspend your names and wedding date, via projector, on the wall behind it. We love the contrast of the crisp, simple white cake with the pops of color against the rough, edgy brick walls.
Incorporate the letters of your first names in this lace-like frosting for a more subtle, elegant cake.
"Something blue" is about to get THAT much more stylish with one of this winter's hot wedding color combos: brown and blue. Check out BHLDN's fabulous new Broccato d'Orsays from Bettye Muller Designs. The perfect combination of ladylike and glam, they might just be the perfect peep-toe.
We love this innovative with a chic, classy twist, DIY tray turned sign! Buy a metal tray from Hobby Lobby, Target or another store then use chalkboard spray paint. Now you have a sign where you can write anything you wish on. You can also use it for more than just your wedding. Top it off with a silk ribbon that goes with your color scheme. What would you write on this sign and what would you use it for?