Hello all! Apologies for my lack of posts recently, but I come bearing exciting news. My brother and his fiance have set a wedding date next year at the beautiful Summerour Studios in Midtown, Atlanta. She is already family in my eyes, but we get to plan a party! And to make things even sweeter, my future sister-in-law asked me to be Maid of Honor. It came as a complete surprise and a true honor!
We already have big ideas for the wedding. She’s a graphic designer so you know it’ll be spectacular. First things first though, we had to gather her girls together for a bridesmaid proposal.
She was so sweet to buy all of us these gorgeous pearl earrings and rings for the proposal. With a little bit of moss, some gold bows (sewn by my mom), and fluffy pink peonies, it was the perfect mix of DIY glam. Here’s a shot of the bride to be!
Can’t wait to plan a wedding with this girl. How did you propose to your bridesmaids?
I’m in love with this black and white striped bridal shower featured on The Sweetest Occasion. It’s rare to see a bridal shower decorated with mostly black, but with those pops of pink are such a great feminine contrast.
Those stripes and pops of gold? *swoon* Continue reading
Planning to escape to Taketomi? If you’re ready to splurge, Hoshinoya is the hotel for you. Being a historical island with very little development, this is a place for star gazers. Continue reading
It’s been over a year, but our wedding was featured on Aisle Planner! Check out our “DIY Destination Style” wedding here. It’s such a nice reminder of our wedding and spending time with the best friends and family :)
Here’s a round up of my DIY tutorials for our wedding:
DIY Polaroid Place Cards
Destination Wedding Welcome Booklets: What to Include
Our Out of Town Welcome Booklets
Furoshiki Welcome Bags
Kids at Weddings Checklist
DIY Welcome Drinks
Wedding Cake Centerpieces
When you first meet someone, do you ever try to guess what they do? I always do, and I’m wrong most of the time.
But somehow, I can always spot a wedding or event planner. It’s like you can almost see their personal cloud file system floating above their heads, moving around like a screen from Minority Report. And they’re so darn talented in so many areas. My friend Zhing is one of these people. My wedding planner, Louise, is definitely one of these people. Continue reading
Don’t you love it when cultural traditions are mixed in with modern weddings? At my friend Susie’s wedding at Padonia Swim Club, there were many women dressed in colorful hanbok, and they held a Korean wedding tea ceremony. It was my favorite detail of the wedding! Continue reading
Can I tell you a secret? I’m not great with kids and babies. For some, babies fit like puzzle pieces in their arms. For me, I avoid holding babies at all costs. I’ve gotten wonderful at excuses – “Oh you go ahead first!” or “My hands are dirty” or “I’ll grab some water first.” Although so many of my friends are having kids, I’ve never held one of them.
I always thought I would have an all-adult wedding, but when we decided on a destination wedding, all the kids would have to be included. We planned a very chic lounge area around the dance floor, and when one of the mothers told me that she’d put her son there to sleep (“Umm.. Excuse me?”), I knew we had to make some special arrangements. Continue reading