Last week kicked off our wedding week series, covering our look and all the details from what my groom and I wore on our big day! If you haven’t had a chance to check that out, visit here to get caught up. This week we’re getting into something a little more special!
The start of our wedding series is here and I couldn’t be more excited to share the details of our big deal! For the first post in the series, I am starting off with our look because usually, that is one of the first things brides and grooms are thinking about next to the venue.
I have a super exciting announcement for West 5th and it’s something I have been excited to share for a long time: our wedding! If you’ve done some reading, you’ll notice I touch on small parts of our wedding planning process and have written some wedding how to’s such as this and this, but for the first time ever I’ll be featuring our full wedding on the blog for an entire two weeks!
Has anyone else noticed that the mason jar “craze” never really came to an end? A few years back, mason jars came storming back into the home and kitchen world and never left, which I think is a great thing! I think it came down to the fact that people everywhere realized how great these little or big jars are and decided to embrace them and use them wherever possible!
Whether you’re the bride or the groom, wedding planning is a stressful and extra busy time. So much so it becomes easy to get caught up in the days and weeks of wedding planning and head into a heavy fog that revolves around candle holders and lace. But it’s really important to make sure the wedding fog lifts while planning, so you can take care of yourself and your other half. Now, if you’re in the wedding planning stages currently you must be wondering “Is that even possible?” because once you’re into it, it can be extremely difficult to catch a proper break. Continue reading
I know it’s hard to let go of Summer, I’ll be the first to say how much I love the sunshine, the long nights and the warm breeze. However, I know for me that Fall plays a close second to Summer because it brings a lot of great things to the table such as leaves scattered on the ground, cozy sweaters and everything pumpkin spice which is always a huge plus.
I don’t know what it is about September, but I find I’m always encouraged to change up certain aspects of my life and start fresh with a new season. I think this is a good habit to get into, because it gives me 4 times throughout the year to reflect on my lifestyle and make changes where needed. Coming off of Summer, these little changes seem like a must because it can be so easy to get caught up in the fun and forget everything else.