All photos by Heather Vivio of h. vivio photo.
I'm excited we can check something else off the list!
Tux from Joseph Abboud. Photo from DuBois Formalwear.
-decide on a decorator
-check out hotels to block rooms at
-choose guy's attire
-register at a local store
-get ceremony information from church
-get our engagement pictures back!
-meet with the florist
The last time I met with the florist, she told me she thought ranunculus were only available in the spring. She was going to check to make sure, so I'm hoping she's wrong. If not, I think I found another option for my bouquet, minus the overpowering amount of ribbon:
I know dahlias are fall flowers, and I'm almost considering using these even if she can get ranunculus. Dahlias remind me of the garden that Adam proposed to me in, because they were all over the place!
Which do you prefer, dahlias or ranunculus? Or is it ranunculi if it's plural?
Bouquet from here.
But I think they'll look great at our reception! I guess we could use the candlesticks for the unity candle lighting too... but our church doesn't allow unity candles. Oh well.
I think we'll use the vase to hold the white branches for our guestbook/wish tree, although I think the opening at the top might be too small. I guess I'll have to try it out and see. I'm hoping our tree will look similar to this with a little less crystal and smaller tags. A few crystals hanging on branches are fine, but this is a little over the top for me.
How do you feel about the guestbook tree idea? I just want to get away from the regular guestbook, because really what do you do with a book of names after the wedding?
Top photo is my own. Wish tree photo (and a how-to) from here.
This is going to be one of them. And the best part, I heard it on one of my favorite shows, Dirty Sexy Money!
The song is called "Somebody Loved" by The Weepies.
Video found here.
And they are on sale! Do you think I should buy them?
Shoes by Ras at Neiman Marcus.
What do you think?