When planning an event like a wedding where there are so many variables, probably a decent amount of people, and lots of coordination from multiple parties involved, there are so many things you won’t know about. You won’t know if the planning decisions you’ve made are going to turn out the way you think they will, because you don’t know what will happen on your day, which is part of the excitement! However, when doing something that may or may not be used or seen, I usually like those things to be free. I read about Wedding Party App on my favorite wedding blog (Style Me Pretty) when I was planning our wedding and decided to let everyone know it was an option if they wanted to participate.
Hundreds of uploaded pictures later, I was glad I did!
The site is easy to use, the app is free and you can print out instruction cards for your guests (which I left in the welcome bags)
Even the guys got in on the fun and I had easy access to so many pictures instantly! You can also save the pictures or post them on facebook.
It’s also a great way for your guests to see other events, such as your rehearsal dinner, bachelorette or bridal shower.
A new way to see my favorite necklaces and a little something I used at our wedding.
The best way to cut perfectly square brownies (a great wedding gift!)
Hydrangeas for a friend who’s visiting from far away in my new favorite vase (also a wedding present, noticing a theme?)
Baking with summer fruits. I tried this peach/raspberry crumble and it was great with vanilla ice cream.
<thanks kaitlyn’s instagram!>
From our wedding. I just got all our pictures back and can’t wait to get some on our walls!
<thanks allison’s camera!>
Since moving into our new apartment I’ve been cooking and organizing.
2 cookbooks I highly recommend
The Newlywed Cookbook
Grilled Cheese, Please!
Stolen from one of my littles, the day is getting closer!
Wedding cards are so pretty.
Love how I get to be cute and organized thanks to the container store.
The Canadian got me a new camera for Christmas. Love!
I bought this pajama inspired top that I saw in InStyle and I was lucky enough to have it featured in this month’s ‘Inspired by InStyle’ section! Above are the 3 ways I’ve worn the top so far. I have a feeling I’ll be pairing it with cut offs soon.
Sometimes tone on tone makes the best statement.
< Sweater: LOFT, Shorts: American Eagle, Bag & Sunglasses: Gap, Necklace: Banana Republic >
We bought some Italian Ice near Prospect Park
Spent time at The Brooklyn Botanical Gardens
Walked Over to Smith Street
Bitters at Jake Walk where we stopped to sit down after a long walk
Finally tried Luke’s Lobster Roll
I’ve been searching for a gingham shirt I could buy in multiple colors, it just says Spring/Summer right away.
<Shirt: Old Navy, Cardigan: Banana Republic, Belt: Ann Taylor, Skirt: Express, Flats: Nine West>