Since the wedding is on Valentine’s Day AND a Saturday (February 14, 2009), venues will book up fast. So, we spent some time during the Christmas hub-bub getting a handle on reception venues. From the start we wanted to avoid downtown St. Louis, for a couple of reasons. First, many guests will not be familiar […]
The last thing you want on your wedding day is blisters, so it’s worth your while to spend some time thinking about comfort. Many brides consider wearing flats for the ceremony and reception — especially if they are somewhat tall and don’t want to tower over the groom. Others have a high-fashion pair for the […]
With all the attention surrounding veils, we sometimes forget that theyaren’t the only options in bridal hair fashion. There are an increasing number of hair jewelry options available…decorative pins, twists, and combs, for example. For more examples and ideas see the MyOnlineWeddingHelp.com hair jewelry page. Or shop here for bridal hair jewelry and accessories.
Speaking of wedding dresses, we are now learning first hand the importance of keeping a checklist. After not too long, the whole dress shopping process is a whirlwind of tulle, satin, and embellishments. It’s easy to create your own a checklist to include notes on: Designer name and model number. Where you tried it on […]
With nearly 14 months before the wedding, Amarette can take her time shopping for the perfect gown. It’s a Saturday evening wedding, so a somewhat formal dress is in order. We started out by deciding which general style she likes best…the a-line, which actually looks nice on most body shapes. (Not that she couldn’t wear […]
Did you know that the traditional two ring ceremony is a recent phenomenon? In modern-day U.S., we are so accustomed to the three “left hand” rings –the woman’s engagement ring, her wedding ring, and the man’s wedding band — that it’s hard to imagine anything else. Throughout history around the world, the ring(s) were worn […]