as i mentioned in my last post, joe and i got engaged in paris almost 5 months ago. time has flown by! we’ve started wedding planning and are thankful for the luxury of taking it easy. we’re still 440 days out from the big day. we nailed down some of the big checklist items, like setting a date, booking a venue, securing a photographer, and saying yes to the dress. :)
last month, i got to ask five of the best ladies in my life to be a part of my bridal party and wanted to share this fun, DIY idea i had the pleasure of gifting them.
this year, my entire group of childhood friends got engaged, got married, or are getting ready to tie the knot. it’s such an exciting time of life, and i couldn’t be more thrilled for my gal pals. with that, of course, comes lots of celebrating! i’ve had the privilege to help plan several bridal showers and bachelorettes this summer. i’m no expert, but i thought it’d be nice to share some fun tips, tricks, and ideas i’ve picked up along the way.
my best friend, sandy, and her fiancé, eric, got married at the george peabody library in baltimore earlier this month. it was an emotional and beautiful ceremony, and i’m so thankful that i was able to stand by sandy’s side as her maid of honor.
along with the wedding invitation suite i shared earlier in july, i helped sandy and eric put together a few day-of pieces for their big day.