Here we are, just over one month away from June, and I am willing to bet that at least a few of you have weddings on your mind. Perhaps, you've heard the song about June brides. I first heard it when I watched the movie Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.
Well, the long awaited day has finally arrived! My boyfriend of over two years FINALLY asked me to marry him! It sure took him long enough. We were on vacation and driving through Yellowstone National Park. He asked me on the shore of Yellowstone Lake, and it was perfect!
Planning a wedding can be a very stressful and emotional roller coaster ride for almost everyone involved. There are dozens upon dozens of books and websites that cater to helping the bride and her family prepare for this momentous occasion. As a future mother of the groom, I find myself wondering what role my son and his family will play once the wedding planning process really kicks off.
Not every weekend gets to be filled with an adventure in the KC Weddings Bridal Spectacular, like this last weekend was for me. My fiancé and I are still in the early stages of planning; we have over a year before the special day on Halloween 2014. But, it’s never too early to get started on things, right? Right.
Whether you are "tying the knot" for the first time or your third time, you can find some wonderful information and ideas from books at the Library to make your wedding a special day. Look for ideas that make your day a reflection of your personality. Make it special for you!
Chocolates are eaten, roses are given, and love is a stain of red on the cheeks of many young and old hearts alike. On this Valentine’s Day, while I stuff my face with sugary goodness, I’m thinking of all the ways that my husband and children are my greatest love story. Though my heart was given to him long ago, at just a tender age of twelve, it wasn’t until 2003 that we started our life together. If you’re like me, you like to reminisce upon all the love letters and romantic moments you’ve had with your significant other.