Rooftop weddings are utterly romantic, especially because you have an expansive view of the city. Today’s wedding is yet another wedding with a view. Held at U-Banquet and Harlan’s Restaurant, Viann and Larry’s celebration was a classic union with lots of love, laughter, and subtle details in white, blush, and red. The result? A chic wedding with all the elements we keep coming back to! Start out with a smile and scroll on to see all of the photos taken by none other than Moonbird Production.
When you wake up on the day of your wedding you will feel all sorts of things–joy, anxiety, excitement, and more–and you’ll just want to start off the day right so you can swirl through the rest of the day without worry! Here are the seven first things you should do on the morning of your wedding to get all the good vibes and positive energy in your system. This is it!
(1) Put on some feel good music.
Play some feed good music as soon as you get up. Good music will always set the right tone for the day, especially a day as big as your wedding day!
As part of the bride tribe, your main responsibility is to be the bride’s support system. Wedding planning is no walk in the park. So through all the ups and downs of the process, she will need her gal pals to cheer her on. Here are 11 ways you can be extra helpful and supportive during this special season in your bride’s life. She will love you even more after this.
(1) Always lend an ear.
Your bride will have a lot to share–from everything about her Pinterest board, to all the difficulties when it’s crunch time. Listen to her, she will appreciate having someone to talk to whenever she feels like she needs it.
(2) Offer to do errands when the bride is busy.
Even before your bride-to-be admits that she needs help, why not go the extra step and offer to help with errands early on?
(3) Give suggestions when you feel like the bride is getting stuck or getting overwhelmed.
Many times brides get overwhelmed with all the details, information, and options. Offer suggestions when you get the sense that she’s starting to get confused or stuck.
What a way to open the day–with a gorgeous bohemian wedding at our midst! Ethan and Kae Momo’s union is a sight that will inspire you and make you feel warm deep in side. Let’s start with the beautiful decorations. They had an intricate macramé backdrop during their garden ceremony with bright red flowers as contrast against the greenery that surrounded them. Then how can we not notice Kae Momo’s dress? The lace gown made her look absolutely stunning! Finally, what really made this wedding touch our hearts were the moments of love that were so perceptible from the two. All these photos by TIKIT Production are too precious to miss! So do read on to see all of this captivating bohemian wedding.
Let’s face it, having a tight budget to plan a wedding with is no easy feat. In fact, it’s extra challenging. We’ve already highlighted several ways to cut on wedding expenses, but if you’re still struggling, here are 5 things you can SKIP to drive down costs further.
(1) Skip the expensive dress or rent one instead.
Your wedding gown is one of the high price items in your wedding. So if you’re working with a very tight budget, consider letting go of an expensive dress and working with a more reasonably priced one instead. There are many ways to make your dress look like a million bucks without actually spending a lot. You just need to be creative ans resourceful. You can also consider renting your dream dress instead. This second option allows you to get that designer dress, at a more affordable price.
(2) Skip the outfit change.
Having many dresses will cost you, no doubt, so why not stick to just one dress for the wedding and reception? Or try a convertible dress, for a change. This simple trick will allow you to create a second look without having to buy a completely different second dress.
[From: 3 Ways to Convert Your Dress for an Instant Second Look / Photo: Oscar de la Renta]