I already did a post on Meghan & Ryan and their dog, Bailey, in regard to their wedding stationary. I wanted to show you another way they included Bailey in their wedding day.
They used photos of Bailey as table numbers.
And, Rob, the matron-of-honor’s husband, took the same photo of them that we did (with Bailey outside of their home) but he took the digital file immediately to a nearby drugstore and had copies printed for their parents, which were put in frames on the head table – where the bride and groom and their parents sat. It was a fun surprise for their parents when they sat down to eat!
Bailey is four years old and she became a member of Meghan & Ryan’s family when they got her from another family that could no longer keep her. She is a sweet, well-mannered pup with obviously adoring ‘parents.’
Ryan’s gifts to his groomsmen were cufflinks individualized to each guy’s personal interest. It was a very thoughtful gift that likely took time to shop for. Great job, Ryan!
Meghan & Ryan were married at St. Ita Catholic Church, Chicago and had their reception at The Park Grill in Millennium Park.
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Jenna & Craig were married Friday, May 11, 2012, in the South Ballroom at Hamilon’s 110 North East in Jacksonville. The chair covers and bows transformed the room!
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Miranda & Larry were married April 22, 2012, at Central Baptist Church in Springfield. The sanctuary was flooded with light from huge windows and the decor was simple and elegant.
Miranda & Larry included descriptions of some traditions in their wedding program, including this one: Irish tradition holds that bridesmaids wear white to confuse any fairs that want to cause mischief during the ceremony. Also, during Midieval times, it helped confuse anyone who wished to break up the ceremony and kidnap the bride for her dowry or ransom.
Here are a few fun details from Michelle & Jordan’s December 31, 2011 wedding in Springfield, Illinois!
Michelle bought a headband with sparkles and white feathers. She decided to use another headband on her wedding day, but her sister Karen took the original one and replaced the white feathers with black ones – to make her bridesmaid dress. Good idea ladies! Looks fantastic!
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My sister and her husband Matt gave jars of rosemary-infused sea salt as favors at their Chicago-area wedding last month. I haven’t had much time to cook since then, but finally used it in this linguine & pesto recipe I made today. The rosemary went perfectly with the sage and parsley called for in the dish. It’s perfect warm-weather food. Thanks to Nicole & Matt for the great favor!
I got the recipe from Fitness Magazine – my subscription is an annual Christmas gift from Steve’s Aunt Kathy & Uncle George. Kathy is a fitness nut and loves to share her passion! Thanks for a great gift!
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Jessica & Kenny wished the guests who caught the bouquet and garter luck. Both the bouquet and garter were made out of scratch-off lottery tickets. It was a perfect idea since the tickets are so colorful.
It was a very unique idea that we hadn’t seen before!