Congratulations Jessica and Andrew! Your wedding this weekend was beautiful. We wish you the best! The beautiful ceremony site. Mug favor table. More mugs! Photobooth props in Vintage Suitcase Buffet Line Bar! Beautiful wild flower bouquet Cocktail Hour Setup Cereal Bar
Summer can seem like the ideal time to get hitched with so many people on vacation and the weather being pretty reliable, but there are a few things to keep in mind. Obviously we all know that there are summer days that can be miserably hot. Just in case your wedding happens to fall on one […]
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Although everyone has their own faith and religious beliefs one of the classic poems/sonnets/quotes about love comes from the Bible- 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, […]
Since ancient Rome it has been a tradition to throw grain, traditionally wheat, at a wedding ceremony. Grains, wheat, rice, etc. have played a significant part in the wedding ceremony for thousands of years as a symbol of fertility and prosperity. This derives from a time when wealth was measured by how much food you […]
“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe.” This old rhyme from England has been around for thousands of years, beginning as a Puritan Marriage Custom and originating sometime in the 1870’s as part of an old poem. One particular reference to this rhyme comes from a compilation […]
The Claddagh, a traditional ring from Ireland comes with a varied history. Perhaps the most popular legend about the origin of the Claddagh ring comes from Galway around the 1700’s. It is said that Richard Joyce, a silversmith, was captured on his way to the West Indies where he was sold into slavery to a […]
Ever wondered why we use the left ring finger when we get married? Or why we even have wedding rings? Although no one knows for sure when the tradition of exchanging rings began some of the oldest recorded ring exchanges were recorded in ancient Egypt close to 4,800 years ago. Many ancient cultures used a […]