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Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

Related image

Kristin Bell & Dax Shepard

 

Image result for neil patrick harris and david burtka

Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

 

Image result for emily Blunt and john krasinski

Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

 

How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

Related image

Kristin Bell & Dax Shepard

 

Image result for neil patrick harris and david burtka

Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

 

Image result for emily Blunt and john krasinski

Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

 

How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

Related image

Kristin Bell & Dax Shepard

 

Image result for neil patrick harris and david burtka

Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

 

Image result for emily Blunt and john krasinski

Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

 

How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

Related image

Kristin Bell & Dax Shepard

 

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Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

 

Image result for emily Blunt and john krasinski

Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

 

How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

Related image

Kristin Bell & Dax Shepard

 

Image result for neil patrick harris and david burtka

Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

 

Image result for emily Blunt and john krasinski

Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

 

How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

Related image

Kristin Bell & Dax Shepard

 

Image result for neil patrick harris and david burtka

Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

 

Image result for emily Blunt and john krasinski

Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

 

How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

Related image

Kristin Bell & Dax Shepard

 

Image result for neil patrick harris and david burtka

Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

 

Image result for emily Blunt and john krasinski

Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

 

How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

Related image

Kristin Bell & Dax Shepard

 

Image result for neil patrick harris and david burtka

Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

 

Image result for emily Blunt and john krasinski

Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

 

How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

Related image

Kristin Bell & Dax Shepard

 

Image result for neil patrick harris and david burtka

Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

 

Image result for emily Blunt and john krasinski

Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

 

How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

Related image

Kristin Bell & Dax Shepard

 

Image result for neil patrick harris and david burtka

Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka

 

Image result for emily Blunt and john krasinski

Emily Blunt & John Krasinski

 

How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

Wedding Themes For All Seasons

From Victorian to Beach themed, brides have chosen some pretty creative themes for their weddings. Here are some our favorite wedding themes that can be used in all the seasons.

When it comes to wedding décor, we can’t help but get inspired by the winter.  From a hint of sparkle reminiscent of hanging icicles to the cool tones we’ve come to know and love during those chilly months, there’s plenty of room to incorporate the frosty season into your Big Day. We’ve put together our …

 

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

 

colorful orange,pink,purple and blue summer wedding colors

 

Victorian Wedding Ideas from HotRef.com #victorianwedding

 

fairytale themed wedding decoration ideas for 2016 trends

 

vibrant colorlful bohemian wedding inspiration

 

Gatsby themed black and gold wedding ideas

 

mint green and neutral beach wedding color ideas

 

A Starry Night Wedding. Can't get enough of these deep moody blues with the gold sparkle!

 

Another Mexican themed wedding done elegantly check out the cupcakes

 

pink and yellow wedding color ideas for 2017 spring

 

8 Perfect Fall Wedding Color Combos To Steal In 2017: #4. Moody forest wedding

 

Sage green and blue wedding wedding decorations and ideas

 

rustic barn and farm wedding ideas

 

Wedding theme ideas. I'm digging GBE candles and the heart. | Watercolor Wedding | Ten Trending Wedding Theme Ideas For 2017

 

 

Wedding Dresses Throughout the Decade

Wedding dresses are a timeless tradition and main expectation when having your wedding. Wedding dresses, especially classic white dresses first became popular in 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress to her wedding. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress trend, brides would wear black or neutral colored dresses for their weddings, which was very popular in Scandinavia. Brides today usually choose a white or ivory colored dress for their wedding day. In honor of different wedding designs made throughout history, we put together some of our favorite styled dresses from the decade.

 

1920 weddings

1920’s

 

1936

1930’s

 

[I like the scalloped veil, but isn't that headpiece awful?] How wedding dresses used to look...

1940’s

1950's Bride. <3 #wedding #vintage #weddingdresses

1950’s

 

1960-ronsheim-12 Wedding

1960’s

 

1971 06 12 Dad and Nancy

1970’s

 

Related image

1980’s

 

Demetrios 1992      A full shoulder (22") length bubble veil with an encrusted pearl Tiara.

1990’s

 

Image result for 2000 wedding dress styles

2000’s

 

Martina Liana #1018 - The dreamy lace throughout this Martina Liana gown is embellished with pearl-beaded and chiffon flowers, giving a three-dimensional feeling. A sweetheart neckline highlights the bodice and extends into off-the-shoulder straps.

2010’s

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

Wedding Day Emergency Kit

When it comes to your wedding day, it never hurts to be too prepared. Having worked many events at the Skyroom, especially weddings, there have been multiple times when a bridesmaids dress accidentally tears or sometimes even the brides dress tears. Luckily we have emergency safety pins and mini sewing kits to help in a situation like this. We’ve put together a checklist of products that you might need in case of an emergency to help your big day run as smooth as possible.

  • Safety Pins
  • Extra Bobby Pins
  • Stain Remover
  • Tissues
  • Allergy Medicine
  • Fabric Tape
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Phone Chargers
  • Breath Mints
  • Clear Polish
  • Superglue
  • Tweezers
  • Hairspray
  • Extra Earring Backs
  • Setting Spray
  • Deodorant
  • Dental Floss
  • Scissors
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Lotion
  • Lint Brush
  • Oil Blotting Sheets
  • Bottled Water
  • Perfume
  • Cotton Swabs
  • Eye Drops
  • Nausea Pills
  • Hair Ties
  • Flats
  • Vows

 

Hollywood Couples We Never Want to Breakup

Lately, it seems that Hollywood couples are breaking up left and right making us feel that love is dead. It started with Brad and Angelina and kept going with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt and now Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. This past weekend David Beckham and Victoria Beckham celebrated 19 years of marriage helping us believe love might still be alive for our favorite Hollywood couples. We rounded up some of our favorite celebrity couples we hope will never call it quits.

 

 

Image result for david beckham and victoria beckham

David Beckham & Victoria Beckham

 

 

Image result for chrissy teigen and john legend

Chrissy Teigan & John Legend

 

Image result for blake lively and ryan reynolds

Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds

 

Related image

Sarah Michelle Gellar & Freddie Prince Jr.

 

Image result for Ellen Degeneres and portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi

 

Related image

Will Smith & Jada Pickett Smith

 

Image result for ashton kutcher and mila kunis

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

 

 

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How to create a wedding website

Right now, one of the most popular wedding trends is making a website for your wedding. It is a fun and unique little touch to add to your wedding and you can look back on it years later. Before you think it might be to difficult or cost a lot, worry no further, creating your own wedding website is fun, easy, and FREE! There are multiple free website platforms that are easy to use and they even use templates that make it easy to navigate. Today I am going to be sharing some Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to making your own wedding website that you can use to make yours.

 

 

 

  1. Do make it personal- Creating your wedding website allows you to get as creative as you want. You can stick with the theme of your wedding or get as wild and crazy with it as you want. A friend of mine that is getting married soon made her own wedding website and she added cute illustrated drawings of her and her husband. It was fun and unique and really felt personalized.

  2. Don’t forget your out of town guests- When making your website it is good to include as much information as possible. When it come to out of town guests you can include a page of nearby hotels and accommodations. Of course this is optional but by adding little details like a timeline or even hotel accommodations can make it easier for your out of town guests.
  3.  Do include fun stories/pictures- My friend that made a website for her wedding added little stories of how her and her fiance first met, their first date and the day he purposed. she even added a little photo gallery or her engagement photos and other pictures they had taken over the years. This is a fun way to incorporate your guests into your love story and see how y’all fell in love.Such a cute wedding photo idea!
  4. Don’t write a novel- Although this is your wedding website and you can add as much information on it as you want, don’t forget to keep the stories short and sweet. The people looking at your website are most likely your family and friends and although you want to include all the details of how you and your fiance met you don’t need to write a full length page. 
  5. Do include your bridal party- Adding a little bio of your bridal party is another little personal touch for your guests yourself. You can write a little bio or even how you met and why you chose them for your bridal party. Don’t forget to include the groomsmen as well. If you don’t want to include your whole wedding party you can just write about your maid of honor and best man. My friend choose to write only about her maid of honor and had her fiance write about his best man.
  6. Don’t forget to include your registry- This is just helpful tip for your guests to know where you are registered without having to ask. You can also add the attire in this page as well. If it’s an outdoor venue you can make note of it for your guests or mention what you do or don’t want your guests to wear.
  7. Do include FAQ’s- This can include RSVP deadlines, plus ones, parking accommodations and a maps to the venues. This is just little but important information for your guests to know before the day of your wedding. 
  8. Don’t forget to add day of wedding pictures- Even after your wedding you can utilize your wedding website. By adding pictures/videos of your wedding day for your guests and yourself to look back on is another way to keep your memorable day special. Also for guests that were unable to attend they can look at how cool your wedding looked.Saida de igreja com Sparklers Sensacional para casamentos noturnos, aliás, uma de minhas ideias favoritas! As fotos ficam lindas, tanto as coloridas quanto as em preto e branco.

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