This week marks six months since I married my best friend—happy half-anniversary Jen!— and I’ve never in my life been happier. The title of this post should have been how to thrive instead of survive, because that’s what we’ve done as a couple. They all say every relationship feels different after marriage, whether you’ve been together one… Read More How To Survive The First Six Months Of Marriage
I came across this fabulous blog that features real wedding inspiration for every couple while perusing a collaborate writers’ group on Facebook recently. A Bicycle Built For Two is such an incredibly refreshing, inclusive corner of the internet that shared gorgeous pictures and inspirational love stories from two people who love each other that hail from… Read More ‘A Bicycle Built For Two’ Featured Our Wedding!
Every day people write books and blogs, publish binders and guides telling us all this over and over again, but it can’t be stated enough: wedding planning is hard. And stressful. But it also can’t be overstated that all of those details that felt like they just didn’t come together really don’t matter to anyone… Read More Tales of a Bisexual Bride: Tips for Planning the Perfect Wedding
We hold these truths to be self-evident that all women’s bodies are created equal. We also know it is fundamental truth that no two bodies are exactly the same. However, the minute we engaged, brides all start changing the same mantra of motivation: sweating for my wedding If I still have any readers out there… Read More Why I Stopped Sweating for My Wedding
I was never one of those girls who spent her childhood planning and daydreaming about the perfect white wedding, let alone the perfect gay wedding. The dress, the shoes, the iconic bouquet toss where my friends grappled for the chance to be next in line. Until last year, the only thing I imagined was that… Read More White Wedding Wonders: What Does It Mean To Plan A Gay Wedding?