Wedding Planning: Back to Basics

What if you had never been to a wedding, flipped through a wedding magazine or seen an episode of one of those pimp-my-wedding-like shows on TV?  How would you plan your wedding if you had no preconceived notions about how it should go?

Would you want a $4,000 designer dress?

Would your guest list have 200 names on it?

What would your reception look like?

There are a lot of traditions when it comes to planning your wedding day, but I think it’s important to select the wedding-day elements that mean the most to you.  Edit the modern day hyped-up lists of wedding “must-have’s” to include only the most essential and meaningful elements to create a truly personal experience.

What is your favorite wedding day tradition?  Which wedding rituals do you think should be retired for good?

This vintage-inspired bridal bouquet includes antique green hydrangea, sweet peas, lisianthus, garden roses, ranunculus, tulips & freesia.  It is one of my favorite bouquets!

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