Published: August 20, 2008
It is amazing to me all of the different invitations we have to choose from these days. People are using anything from a very elegant and formal invitation to the whimsical non-traditional invitation. I myself love many of
Published: August 14, 2008
...with an adorable bouquet charm. I just love the idea of commemorating a loved one or your new initials with a cute little dangling charm. You can even have charms for all the bridesmaids, with a cute word or their initials too.
Published: August 13, 2008
Recently I came across this great site that can give you personalized wedding or party items. They have napkins, coasters, bags and so much more! You can use a design that is already created or upload your own. It is great! It even lets you choose from an array of
Published: August 12, 2008
Recently, TV shows highlighting some or all of the wedding process have had a boom in popularity. Helpful to brides, right? Well, maybe not. Take, for example, WE's Bridezillas. Has anyone ever seen that show and said, "Gee, that bouquet that she
Published: August 6, 2008
Martha Stewart at Walmart
Have you heard? Martha Stewart is now at Walmart! She came out with an entire line of wedding items that are sold exclusively at Walmart. Now I know Martha never sells anything ugly, but I
Published: August 5, 2008
When I was little, my family and I drove to Iowa to my cousin’s wedding. While I don’t really remember much of it (mostly boring ceremonies and pinched cheeks), I do remember the reception. The event was held at my uncle’s country club (not so impressive for a five-year-old charged
Published: July 31, 2008
Toy Cameras: Part 2
Another fun find I stumbled upon during my plastic camera search is the Lomography Fisheye camera. At around $50 a pop, these cameras are a MUCH less expensive alternative to a pro lens... and they can be loads of fun to play with!
Published: July 17, 2008
So you're out shopping for that perfect diamond. Your see one with perfect color, cut, clarity and carat, but there’s another "c" that you should be aware of: conflict.
After dramatized into a major motion picture, the topic of blood diamonds has
Published: July 9, 2008
What is the Holga? This "toy" camera was first introduced in 1982 as an inexpensive camera in China. What they didn't know then is that this little camera would become revolutionary. At $20 bucks a pop (!!), the Holga has become a staple in many professional photographer's camera bag.
Published: July 9, 2008
This past May, I was riding in the back seat of my brother's car with the frozen top tier of their wedding cake melting in my lap. What I hoped was icing was seeping out of the box and