Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Great advice from La La Anthony, as told to Glamour, “When it comes to marriage, there are no rules, so don’t try to follow what your friends have done. Work within the realms of your own relationship.” So, avoid comparing your marriage to that of others, even those that seem perfect because what’s perfect for them may not be perfect for you!
I love the cover of MUNALUCHI Bride Fall/Winter 2011 issue with Mr. Preston Bailey on the cover...can't wait to get my copy next month!

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Fall and Winter Wedding Colors for 2011.

For all you September-December 2011 brides that may still be looking for a wedding color, have a look at the unique rich warm tones that are hot for the fall wedding season!

Pantone: http://www.pantone.com/pages/pantone/index.aspx

Invitations you may like...

Top picks from Noted Occasions:

Looking for a centerpiece that does not included pumpkins or leaves, how about candles on slices of wood for a rustic feel. This simple DIY centerpiece can be fond on Once Wed.

What you will need:

· slice of wood ( 11′ diam x 2.5′ h)
· glass cylinder vases ( 11′h, 9′h, 6′h x 3.5′ diam) you can find these at
Jo-Ann Fabrics, Michael’s Crafts, and Hobby Lobby
· pillar candles ( 3 varying heights to fit in each vase)
· ribbon & yarn
· fabric, wood, or dried flowers
· double sided tape
· scissors


1. Cut 3 pieces of ribbon/yarn (one arms length per piece). Wrap each vase with ribbon/yarn. Attach ends of ribbon/yarn with double sided tape to surface of vase. I chose to wrap with a knobby yarn, satin ribbon, and grosgrain ribbon to create a variety of textures. I also wrapped the ribbon/yarn at different heights on each vase to create more interest.

2. Attach fabric/wood/dried flower to a piece of ribbon and tie around tallest vase.

3. Insert pillar candles into vases. arrange cluster of vases on wood slice, keeping the sides with the tape facing the center.

4. Arrange fabric/wood/dried flowers on wood slice around the vase cluster. Light the candles and enjoy your rustically elegant centerpiece!

FYI: The wooden flowers shown are no longer available for purchase. I would suggest creating fabric flowers or heading to a local craft store and picking up some dried botanicals. If you are interested in creating these centerpieces in large numbers, I would suggest ordering the vases in bulk.