Welcome to the sixth post in the wedding week series here on West 5th! We’ve been covering everything from our ceremony to the reception and last week we talked details. This week is all about our favorite moments from the big day and I can’t wait to share those with you. Visit here to get caught up on our past posts.
I’ll take a shot in the dark here at a phrase you may have heard throughout wedding planning: “It’s all about the guests.” I know that’s something I heard a lot and at first I was taken aback with the thought the our wedding day would be about the people attending more than it was about the two of us. But in reality, that statement held a lot of truth because as much as the wedding was about the two of us, it was also about celebrating the family and friends who supported us and helped our love grow.
Mr. W & I just returned from a wonderful camping trip and a few days of R & R. Now when I say camping, I really mean “Glamping” because we camp with the comforts of home. Now, I know many people don’t believe it’s real camping until you have no cell service, you’re sleeping on the ground and all the food is cooked over a fire, but that’s not how we roll.
How’s wedding planning going? Hopefully you’re enjoying the process and have got a few things under your belt such as an idea on a venue and maybe even a dress inspiration or two. You might be at the point where you’re ready to start considering a few people to stand beside you and your fiance on your wedding day. This can be a really difficult choice for some, especially if you’re close to a lot of special people who are in your life regularly.
Can you believe it? He popped the question and now it’s time to plan the wedding of your dreams right? Well, before you get too far into planning, one thing every bride needs is something to wear! Whether you’re going for a traditional white dress, a short colorful number or maybe a fashionable pant suit, the options are endless and sometimes can be overwhelming.
Has anyone every noticed how hard it can be to make friends, no matter what age you are? Even all the way back to grade school or kindergarten, it was hard to approach new people or form relationships at all. Luckily, for the most of us we all latched on to one friend or group and made it out alive. But what about now, as adults?