Welcome back from the holiday, you lovely brides and wedding lovers! Today we’re bringing you a total wedding treat, straight from our favorite stay-cation spot: Lake Tahoe! This sweet coral Lake Tahoe wedding at the new The Landing Resort & Spa was truly one of a kind.
This couple’s beautiful wedding was as special as their relationship. Dan and Stephanie are adventurers, athletes, and find their passion in volunteering for the youth non-profit Dan works for, Hope Shines. Besides being two fantastic people who are head over heels in love, they sure do know how to throw a party! According to their photographer, Lauren Lindley, the party (and after-party) was full of dancing and merriment until they got kicked out of the hotel bar at 2:30 am! Now that’s what we like to see in a bride and groom’s big day
Read on to see more of Stephanie and Dan’s sweet coral Lake Tahoe wedding!
The new year is just around the corner and you know what that means – New Years eve weddings! Black, gold, confetti, champagne and a whole lotta wedding guests ready to party and dance the night away, well at least till the clock hits 12. Regardless, there are so many great ways to add a touch of black and gold to your wedding to make it totally glamorous. You can do it with the wedding dress if you’re that daring bride, or your wedding stationery, your wedding cake, your bridesmaids dresses, and the list goes on and on…
Alright brides — it’s time to stumble out of the Turkey Day coma. Perhaps a gorgeous wedding would do just the trick to pep you all up, right? Well, we’ve got just the thing!
Today’s gorgeous wedding comes from the beautiful Bay Area, at a pretty vineyard called The Palm Event Center. It’s a simply stunning place with everything you could possibly ask at a wedding — gorgeous scenery, twinkly lights, and a jaw-dropping reception area! The happy couple, Katie and Joseph, celebrated the day with their family and friends, surrounded by the prettiest romantic pink wedding details.
Every moment was captured beautifully by the talented Junshien International Photographers. See more of this romantic pink winery wedding after the jump!
Although “wedding season” is typically spring and summer, there is something so romantic about a cozy winter wedding. No matter what time of year your wedding is planned for, if there is one thing you’re going to DIY at your wedding the favor is probably the one to go with. They are usually more affordable and you know they aren’t just going to get shoved into a junk drawer once your guests get home (if they are edible that is). For winter weddings the ideas are endless so here are 10 DIY winter wedding favor ideas that will make your guests feel the love and the warmth on your big day.
According to The Knot, in 2013 most brides and grooms spent on average $281 on favors. This broke down to about $1 – $3 per favor depending on how many guests you were having.
So what are the pros and cons to DIYing your own wedding favors? I’ve broken them down below: