Monday, June 23, 2014

Mint to be.....

Love the ceiling treatment. Very fitting for such a glamorous bride. 

A little tutu for the cake table, just too too cute! (I know, I know, but I can't resist a bad joke!)

White with little hints of mint are such a fresh way to use this color. It goes a long way so the flowers, napkins and table names are enough to really make a statement. 



You gotta love a thoughtful bride, the guests all danced the night away, with happy toes! 

Congratulations Desiray and Silvestre!

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Grooms have traditions too... Who knew?

http://www.bridalguide.com/blogs/bridal-buzz/grooms-wedding-traditions

I loved this article and thought I would share it with you all. There are so many well known traditions for the bride (old, new, borrowed, blue etc...) it's nice to see some traditions for the groom.

I think by now, we have all seen the grooms cake done at least at one wedding we have been to. I especially loved the one from our recent military wedding. It was a replica of the grooms tank.

Some of the other traditions are less well known-at least by me. The idea of burying the bottle of bourbon one month before the wedding is cute. Southern folklore says that if you bury a bottle of bourbon at the site where the bride and groom are to be married, then it won’t rain on their wedding day. According to many believers, this must be done exactly one month before the wedding, the bottle must be completely full and it must be buried upside down in order for it to keep the rain away. Rain or shine, the bottle should be dug up post-ceremony and enjoyed with the bridal party, making this a win-win tradition no matter the skies. 

Handing these little traditions down through generations is important. It is a way of connecting to your culture, your history and knowing that your parents and grandparents did the same rituals during their wedding preparations creates a pretty special feeling. 

What wedding traditions do you have in your culture? Do you follow the traditions or do you put a modern spin on them? 

Thursday, May 8, 2014

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bridal-guide/100-sentimental-wedding-ideas_b_3908845.html#s2900436&title=After_the_Wedding

I don't really have much to say on this matter, just that I loved this article. This is what I think brides should be focusing on, adding a little sentimentality into the wedding, not achieving the ultimate Pinterest wedding. These little things are what your guests will remember, not how vintage-y your burlap was compared to the last burlap wedding they went to. :)

I especially loved #83, naming the tables after places you have visited together. I did that at my wedding and the guests made so many sweet comments about the pictures and stories about each place.

Happy Thursday peeps!

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Red white and blue. Joanna & Ryan, we salute you!

 Congrats to the awesome Jo and Ryan! What a beautiful wedding and I loved the many references to Ryan's military career. 
How to make military theme look elegant and pretty for a wedding.
And just check out this grooms cake. A replica of the grooms tank!
Not to mention the very patriotic wedding cake. Great job on both Cake Expressions. 
I wish you both every happiness and would like to thank Ryan for his service to this country and also Jo for selflessly giving us her husband to protect our freedoms. Congratulations again!

Saturday, March 8, 2014

I want my MTV....


What a great theme for #holyspirit fundraiser. The 80's. I was transported back to my youth which suddenly seems so long ago! 

Everyone seemed to especially enjoy the dessert station. 
Yum!
And lastly, can't resist a shout out to Emilie, great job girl! And nice outfit too! 

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Congratulations Angela and Alan!


Such a cute wedding. Lilac and powder blue. 
I loved the lanterns, they added a really fun touch to the wedding decor. 
And look at this super sweet cake topper, finishing off a perfect cake by Cake Expressions. Great job Cero! 


Friday, February 14, 2014

Happy Love Day, Everyday!

Everyone knows this is the day of love, around the world, people are expressing their feelings with abandon, knowing it is the one day of the year where they can tell someone how they feel without that awkward embarrassed feeling. 


It's amazing!!! 

And it reminds me of weddings and how people see their wedding day. The one day where you express your love for the person you want to spend the rest of your life with. Which brings me to the point of today's post.

 It is not just one day that we should shower our loved ones with affection. The wedding day is just the first day of the rest of your lives as a couple in love. It is very important to start it off well, which is why I completely advocate making the wedding day celebration as big and elaborate as you want but also it is just as important to remember that it is only one day out of many. The love and care expressed on the wedding day, or valentines day should be no different to the adoration you show every day after. remember to tell your partner that you love them as often as you can, show them how much you care in small gestures everyday, and don't let the day to day stuff get in the way of showing how much you love that special someone. 

So today, I tell you all, whoever you are, however I know you or even if you are reading this and I don't know you, I LOVE YOU!!!