When it comes to wedding cakes, what’s more beautiful than delicate cake, decadent buttercream, and fresh fruit and flowers? Honestly, not much, which is why so many brides are choosing to go naked on their wedding day…well go for naked cakes that is. We’re huge fans of unique wedding cakes. This season’s hottest trend is to forgo the fondant and we love it. Take a look these 10 chic naked wedding cakes and you’ll see why we’re obsessed!
Let me paint this little picture for you — your handsome groom is standing alongside his best guys at the altar… and all of them dripping in sweat. Not so glamorous, right? Is anyone likely to notice, probably not. But why not have everyone that’s a part of your wedding day feel comfortable?
Dark suits are not the end all be all for weddings, but not anymore. Keep reading for three fun summer style ideas for grooms and groomsmen to look dapper and keep cool!
There’s something just so chic and utterly romantic about a black tie engagement session. And really, what better occasion is there to get all dressed up than your engagement photos? Today’s couple, Damien and Kaitlin, started off their stunning engagement shoot at the San Juan Capistrano Mission with a sweet and casual laid-back style. But the fun really starts when Damien dons a suit and Kaitlin changes into a drop-dead gorgeous black dress. The ruins at the mission just makes the entire experience that much more romantic!
For some couples, the wedding day simply isn’t “enough.” Instead, they opt to make a whole fun wedding weekend out of it! From hosting meals to different activities, it’s an opportunity for the bridal party and guests to interact with each other all weekend long, all the while celebrating the couple and their pending nuptials.
Wedding weekends typically begin Friday morning and/or afternoon as guests arrive, with the wedding held Saturday, and activities wrapping up early Sunday. In a nutshell, think of it as planning a short, weekend getaway for a large group of friends – think of things that your guests would like to do or see, what they’d like readily available (food, drinks), and so on.
If you’re planning to go the wedding weekend route, keep in mind that there is a lot more that goes into planning this weekend-long event than if you were just planning the wedding day. I’ve outlined some things to consider as you start to plan the weekend that will help to ensure that your guests are comfortable and entertained for the duration of their stay.