7 Ideas for Kid-Friendly Weddings


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1. Coloring wallpaper.  What kid doesn’t love coloring on the walls?  With coloring wallpaper you can keep kids entertained and even have it double as a backdrop for a photobooth!  All you need is a piece of the wallpaper and markers, crayons or colored pencils and you’re good to go.

2. Kid friendly food.  Most children are picky eaters and they may not like the beef or fish options you and your caterer have carefully selected for your special day.  Make sure you have a couple of kid-approved options so that parents aren’t having to worry about their children having cake for dinner.  Also be sure to have kid appropriate beverages like juice, milk, or flavored water for the little ones. Read More

A Genius Idea for Thank You Notes that Feel Super Special!

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I recently attended a wedding (the 7th of this year, in fact!).  A few weeks later, as expected, I received a card in the mail.  I fully expected the standard thank-you-for-the-crockpot note, but I was surprised to find a super thoughtful addition inside the envelope. Read More

8 Fun RSVP Card Questions

We’ve all seen the boring RSVP card that everyone expects… chicken or fish, attending or not-attending.  Since you’re already paying for the return postage, why not use your RSVP cards as an opportunity to ask your guests questions that they’ll enjoy answering, and you’ll love reading.  Here are 8 fun RSVP card questions! Read More

20 Beautiful Reasons to Have a Summer Camp Wedding


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Whether you’re inspired by Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom, or get all of the nostalgic feels thinking about your childhood summers spent at sleep away camp, there are tons of reasons to opt for a summer camp wedding!  Not only can it allow you to have all of your friends and family present in one place for the entire wedding weekend, but camps can also provide a beautiful backdrop with an added bonus of tons of activities to keep your guests occupied (swimming, canoeing, archery, fire pits, etc).  Keep in mind that not all summer camps host private events (and if they do they are mostly limited to spring and fall weekends) and you’ll want to double check about alcohol and catering rules.  Here are 20 photos that prove summer camp is the way to go for the rustic, outdoorsy couple!

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