Monthly Archives for January 2014

January 22

Picking Out “The Ring”

An indecisive girl like me has trouble committing to a paint color, let alone what engagement ring I want sitting on my hand for the rest of my life (ironically, committing to Mr. Rooster forever was an easy choice I … Continue reading

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January 20

A Not-Rehearsal Dinner

On the spectrum of Traditional to Totally Offbeat, our wedding is going to be somewhere in the middle. When it comes to making decisions about our big day, we usually start thinking about the “traditional” thing to do, then decide … Continue reading

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January 17

How a Writer Crafts a Wedding Ceremony

Martha Manning via Southern Weddings I’m a writer. I went to school for Journalism. I’ve been doing it for years. So, I think I’m pretty good at writing. If you need somebody to round up stocking stuffers under $10, or the best … Continue reading

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January 15

On Not Spoiling the Surprise with Pinterest

Roxanne Ready, Flickr via Creative Commons license I don’t need to be the umpteenth person to tell you that Pinterest, the online inspiration board website, is an essential resource for brides to build and organize their wedding visions. If you use … Continue reading

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January 10

The Wedding that Almost Was

More than halfway through planning, I’m loving the way our laid-back Southern wedding is shaping up. But the truth is, we first considered something totally different. You’ll hear a lot of married couples look back and say “I wish we’d eloped.” … Continue reading

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