Three Thrills by Thursday

While I absolutely adore traveling & celebrating so many awesome occasions with friends, not traveling this week has been pretty amazing. Now that my 2017 wedding season is over, I’ve been locking down some fun details for our own wedding! Instead of posting on #WeddingWednesday, I thought today’s post would be a little more wedding-centric.one.

While this is a little overdue & was mentioned last week. I found my wedding gown! While I had planned to shop in NYC, I scheduled an initial run while I was home in Cleveland & Brides By The Falls knocked it out of the park. While I won’t be sharing too many details on the blog until the big day, I’ll just say, it’s not at all what I expected but everything I ever wanted.

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I found this article about the Evolution of the Wedding Gown from Instyle. Turns out wedding gowns haven’t always been white!

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I’ve been doing a lot of reading about bridal traditions. While many aspects of our wedding will be traditional, we want to make sure every aspect feels very personal to Dave & I, for example, writing our own ceremony. This article about cultural traditions around the world is super interesting and makes me glad I’m not getting married in Jamaica!

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tomorrow, I’ll be sharing how I asked my bridesmaids to be a part of our wedding party! you don’t want to miss it!

Cheers

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Three..or Four.. Thrills

This week I wanted to share 4 (yes, a bonus!) “thrilling” links that I’ve stumbled upon this week.

Whenever I’m traveling abroad (or domestically) I like to get into some local flavor. If you’re traveling against the clock, how do you determine what are your “must sees?” I just discovered this site which highlights 12 hours in different cities. Even if you’re not traveling, the photos will definitely spark your wanderlust.

With the warm summer sun comes wedding season. Pintrest has expanded the realm of different genre weddings and sometimes the proper attire can feel ambiguous. This article at Rue Daily explains all the different dress codes you may have questions about.

Have you ever wondered how many days old you are? How many breaths you’ve taken? This site will tell you that and much, much more.

I love these rare photos. I am always fascinated by unexpected connections and relationships.

Cheers, everyone!