Personalized Gifts for your Wedding Party from Shutterfly

Personalized gifts for the wedding party from Shutterfly

Today’s feature is a big, ‘ol shout out to your best ladies + gents (aka your party) with some thoughtful + fun ideas for thanking them for being by your side on your biggest of days! We were given the opportunity to select and personalize a few stellar finds from Shutterfly for this project and, we have to say, we were thrilled to get to see their lovely new gift collections firsthand. With premium products like marble + wood cheeseboards, delicate jewelry and customizable glassware, we love the thought of gifting these unique tokens to your bridesmaids + groomsmen now, and seeing how they become treasured mementos and cherished decor pieces in their homes and lives for years to come!

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(POLL) Wedding Registry 101: The Best Coffee Makers Under $200

I don’t know about you, but having a great coffee maker in my kitchen is one of my top home priorities. I love great coffee, I need a caffeine boost to get going in the morning, and I do NOT like shelling out $$ for coffee shop coffee on the daily. Having a functional and stylish coffee maker that brews excellent coffee is definitely good for my marriage, too, as coffee has been shown to provide mood boosting properties, which in turn make me a better spouse.

Take advantage of this time to register for a grownup coffee maker to start your marriage off on the right, caffeinated foot. You can shop around and get one that you and your soon-to-be-spouse both love, or even choose “yours & mine” machines. We’ve found the nine most popular coffee makers under $200 on the market, with a variety of coffee preferences in mind, and we’d love to hear from you, hive—which coffee maker is the best?

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Links:

  1. Capresso ® 5 Cup Mini Drip Coffee Maker, $40 at Crate & Barrel
  2. Cuisinart ® Plus 10-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker plus Hot Water System, $129 at Crate & Barrel
  3. KitchenAid ® Pour Over Coffee Brewer, $180 at Crate & Barrel
  4. Chemex Classic Wood Collar and Tie Glass 8-Cup Coffee Maker, $80 at Amazon
  5. Mr. Coffee Single Serve Coffee Brewer BVMC-KG5-001, 24-Ounce, Black K-Kup Ready, $49 at Amazon
  6. OXO On 9 Cup Coffee Maker (with 4oz Silver Canyon Coffee), $200 at Amazon
  7. Keurig K55 Classic Brewing System, $120 at Macy’s
  8. Keurig K15 Classic Brewing System, $100 at Macy’s
  9. Cuisinart DCC-3200 PerfecTemp 14-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker

If your favorite coffee maker isn’t featured but you love it (or loathe it), let us know what it is and why you love/hate it in the comments.

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Location:
Austin
Occupation:
Weddingbee Editor & Community Liaison
Date:
September 2009
Venue:
Barr Mansion

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(POLL) Wedding Registry 101: The Best Coffee Makers Under $200

I don’t know about you, but having a great coffee maker in my kitchen is one of my top home priorities. I love great coffee, I need a caffeine boost to get going in the morning, and I do NOT like shelling out $$ for coffee shop coffee on the daily. Having a functional and stylish coffee maker that brews excellent coffee is definitely good for my marriage, too, as coffee has been shown to provide mood boosting properties, which in turn make me a better spouse.

Take advantage of this time to register for a grownup coffee maker to start your marriage off on the right, caffeinated foot. You can shop around and get one that you and your soon-to-be-spouse both love, or even choose “yours & mine” machines. We’ve found the nine most popular coffee makers under $200 on the market, with a variety of coffee preferences in mind, and we’d love to hear from you, hive—which coffee maker is the best?

Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post’s poll.

Links:

  1. Capresso ® 5 Cup Mini Drip Coffee Maker, $40 at Crate & Barrel
  2. Cuisinart ® Plus 10-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker plus Hot Water System, $129 at Crate & Barrel
  3. KitchenAid ® Pour Over Coffee Brewer, $180 at Crate & Barrel
  4. Chemex Classic Wood Collar and Tie Glass 8-Cup Coffee Maker, $80 at Amazon
  5. Mr. Coffee Single Serve Coffee Brewer BVMC-KG5-001, 24-Ounce, Black K-Kup Ready, $49 at Amazon
  6. OXO On 9 Cup Coffee Maker (with 4oz Silver Canyon Coffee), $200 at Amazon
  7. Keurig K55 Classic Brewing System, $120 at Macy’s
  8. Keurig K15 Classic Brewing System, $100 at Macy’s
  9. Cuisinart DCC-3200 PerfecTemp 14-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker

If your favorite coffee maker isn’t featured but you love it (or loathe it), let us know what it is and why you love/hate it in the comments.

Mrs. Mouse
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Mrs. Mouse

Location:
Austin
Occupation:
Weddingbee Editor & Community Liaison
Date:
September 2009
Venue:
Barr Mansion

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chemex drip coffee maker

 

mr. coffee single serve coffee brewer

 

oxo on 9 cup coffee maker

 

keurig classic brewing system

 

keurig k15 classic brewing system

 

cuisinart dcc 3200 perfectemp 14 cup programmable coffee maker

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Five Simple Guidelines To Follow When Choosing Bridesmaids

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When you’re planning your , one of the most daunting tasks to check off your list is choosing your bridesmaids. With childhood friends, school friends, work friends, sisters and cousins, narrowing down the list to just a few key people can seem impossible. Not only is it tough choosing who you want to stand by your side on your big day, but the last thing you want is to hurt anyone’s feelings or make an etiquette faux-pas. Have no fear though: we’ve got the selection process down to a science. Follow the five easy steps below to choose the best bridesmaid crew in history:

1. Decide how many bridesmaids you’ll need.
First things first, you’ll want to come up with a solid number of bridesmaids that you can stick to no matter what. One reason to do this is so that you and your groom can each coordinate an equal number of bridesmaids and groomsmen so that your photos will look symmetrical, and also so that each maid has a male escort to walk her down the aisle during the ceremony. This will also help you lay down the law and stop yourself from asking adding people in the eleventh hour. Whether you decide on one bridesmaid or ten, the important thing is that you decide, period!

2. Figure out who your non-negotiables are.
Sister? Check. Best friend since birth? Check. This step is pretty straightforward; all you have to do is make sure you save a couple of spots reserved for your ride-or-die chicks.

3. Decide on a few other good friends who will be positive and uplifting on your big day.
Unless you’re capping your list with your non-negotiables, it’s always nice to have a little extra support on your big day, especially if your wedding is on the larger side. When choosing these gals, it’s best to stick to those friends you always have a good time with, and who you know will go out of their way to make sure you have a good time. Whatever you do, make sure you don’t pick the Debbie Downer of the group to be a bridesmaid; this will only lead to drama and bad vibes, neither of which you want anywhere near your wedding.

4. Add in the obligatories.
This is where the process can get a bit tricky: there are always a few stragglers who would love to be in your bridal party, or who chose you for theirs, but who you’re just not that close with. There are also those who you know you should choose to be in your party, like your groom’s sister or an old friend from high school you rarely see anymore. In situations like these, it can be helpful to invite them to join the party to have an extra body around, especially if your groom’s party is on the larger side. That said, you never want to do anything that could jeopardize your good mood on your wedding day, so don’t feel obligated to choose anyone that would bring the party down. Keep in mind that there are other meaningful ways you can include friends and family in your celebration without including them in the bridal party.

5. Refine your list and send out your proposal gifts.
Once you’ve made a rough list of your maids, go through it again and cut out anyone who you feel won’t mesh well with the party. Be ruthless here: you’ll want to know you can count on these people to help out with everything from DIY decor projects to bachelorette party planning. Once you’re sure of your list, put together a small gift like a card with a mini champagne bottle and pop the question!

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Migali and Milos’ French Chateau Wedding

Migali and Milos’ at the Château de Varennes is absolutely heavenly. The venue is breathtaking with historic accommodations, church and celebration spaces all located on the perfectly manicured grounds which was important to the couple who had this to say: “You can plan each detail in advance and try to anticipate everything, but in the end it’s really the guests who will create the atmosphere and make the wedding special and unique!” I agree one-hundred-percent and you can  see the couple joyfully glowing in the love of all their family and friend in these gorgeous images by Stephen Liberge Photography. Of course you’ll also see lovely details like the peach-inspired florals by Un été à la campagne and vintage brass accented tablescapes all planned by Wedding Factory. Enjoy!

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What made the wedding special and unique?

Guests! You can plan each detail in advance and try to anticipate everything, but in the end it’s really the guests who will create the atmosphere and make the wedding special and unique! It is also why we choose the Château de Varennes to celebrate our special day: the beautiful setting which is isolated with everything on site (accommodation, church, rooms) so allowed us to bring our little world together and spend a whole weekend with our loved ones. We had more than 30 nationalities at our wedding! We had friends from our home city of Geneva, which is famous for being very cosmopolitan, Serbian family from the groom, and Swiss/Brazilian relatives from my side. It was a crazy mix that resulted in a lot of fun encounters! No matter where you are from, everyone speaks the same language when it comes to partying!

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First, I’ve made the mistake of looking on the internet too much to get inspiration and ended up being focused on an Australian designer dress which was impossible to find in Europe. After having done all the process to order it, when it finally arrived I realized that it didn’t fit me well at all (!!). I then started to do what I should have done from the beginning: trying several styles of dresses in wedding boutiques, which is how I found my beautiful Monique L’hullier dress from their Bliss collection. What I really liked about the dress was that it was very comfortable, flattering color (powder) and the fact that it had a removable tulle train which allowed me to have two dress styles in one: one with more volume for the ceremony and a close-fitting one for dinner and dancing.
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What were some touches added to make the wedding personal?

We tried to customize some elements by adding small personal touches and adapting the style to our personality. The invitation and the menu were entirely custom made (we chose the font, paper, size and I drew the logo). We also prepared some favor gifts for our guests: dancing shoes (Brazilian flip flops) with the wedding logo and some little bottles of the traditional alcohol of Serbia, « rakija » specially made by the groom’s grandfather who was unable to make it to the wedding. The DJ was a friend who knew most of the guests and played all the best music to make them dance until dawn. Special mention to the 15 minutes of traditional Serbian music to get the party started; it really set the tone for the whole evening!

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What was the most memorable part of the day?

The most memorable part of the day was definitely the walk to the church. I grabbed my father’s arm and we were both very emotional. Then when I arrived at the church to see the smiling faces of the people I love the most, before joining my future husband with his eyes shining. It was an unforgettable moment which was, at the same time, a bit of a blur because of all the emotions I felt.

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Tell us how you met and became engaged.

Milos and I met about 8 years ago at the end of our studies at university, during a barbecue organized by a mutual friend. For our first rendezvous, before going to the restaurant, he invited me to admire a beautiful view from a bench overlooking the Lac Leman in Geneva. Usually very talkative and confident, he was a bit shy when it came to making the first step. His tactic was to drop his plastic bottle onto the floor and when he picked it up, he would sit a little closer to me. A silly technique that we laugh about now. The day of the proposal, we were supposed to go to a restaurant but he suggested to go back to “our bench”, since we hadn’t been back there since our first date. Once seated, he dropped his bottle voluntarily again, except that when he got up this time, he knelt with an amazing ring in his hand!! It was just a wonderful surprise that he had prepared for months with the help of our parents and friends.

Photographer: Stephen Liberge Photography // Wedding Design & Planning: Wedding Factory // Day Of Coordination: NKT Events // Flowers: Un été à la campagne // Venue: Château de Varennes // Videography: Something Wedding // Hair: Bulles d’Hair // Makeup: Annette Thorton // Caterer: Kook’In Traiteur // Cake: Cakes in the City

 

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Once in a Blue Moon Love: The Girls’ Spa Day

Girls Spa Day in Franklin

Two days until our day launch found me back under my parents’ roof for the last time as a single lady. I had just spent the previous week in Alabama running a debate camp for high school kids, so describing myself as “wiped out” has to be the understatement of the year. MOH K could probably tell how exhausted I was in the days leading up to our wedding, and so she put together an amazing girls spa day for me and Bridesmaid E on Thursday. My other two bridesmaids were not set to arrive from Georgia until Friday morning and late Friday night respectively, so I didn’t really want a big bachelorette party that they would get left out of.

But Mr. Blue Moon did bowling and drinks with his boys the weekend before, and I really wanted one last day of singlehood, hanging out with MOH K, who I have been best friends with for 18 years, and E, Mr. Blue Moon’s little sister who I’ve basically watched grow up. A spa day was a great way to spend time with my hometown ladies and knock out some of our pre-wedding to-dos.

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Geared up for a perfect day / Personal Photo

We started the morning at a salt cave, which I had actually never heard of until MOH K raved about going to her first one. We have two near our hometown, and MOH K booked an appointment at Serenity Salt Cave at 10:00 AM.

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Serenity Salt Cave. /Photo via Yelp user Chris R.

Essentially, a salt cave session is 45 minutes in a darkened room covered from floor to ceiling in Himalayan salt. You sit in a zero gravity chair with the most snuggly warmed blanket ever, your very own salt-stuffed pillow, and noise cancelling headphones that play relaxing music. Lights on the ceiling blink in rotations, sort of like fireflies, and it is very calming. You’re not supposed to talk to anyone in the salt cave in order to enjoy all the relaxation benefits. There are supposed to be many health benefits to breathing in the salty air and having it on your skin. I’m not sure how much is scientifically backed, but the experience itself is super relaxing, and I found myself drifting in and out of sleep. It was a little trippy for sure, but I left feeling much calmer and less tired than I had been in days.

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A salt cave room at Serenity Salt Cave

After the salt cave, we made our way to MOH K’s apartment to pick up her wedding shoes, and then we had our fingernails and toes done at this amazing nail salon called The Nail Bar in my hometown.

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The Nail Bar, via Polish Me Perfect

This place has tons of different lotion scents for you to choose from at the end of your manicure, and y’all, they are BYOB and also have different wines on complimentary offer for you to enjoy during your mani or pedi. Plus sodas for our underage Bridesmaid E! It was super fun. We got purple toes to match the bridesmaids’ dresses, and everyone picked out their own manicure color.

After all this pampering, we were starving and enjoyed lunch at Tupelo Honey Cafe, a nod to my new Mississippi home. MOH K had a chicken BLT with macaroni and cheese, Bridesmaid E ordered pancakes, and I got the most delicious veggie burger I have ever tasted. It was the perfect end to a fabulous spa day!

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The biscuits, honey, and blueberry jam they start you with before every meal are to die for. / Image via Yelp user Janelle C.

How will you relax in the days leading up to your wedding? Are you planning to go out on the town with friends, or keep things low key, like me?

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Location:
Franklin, Tennessee
Occupation:
Middle School Teacher
Wedding Date:
July 2016
Venue:
New Hope Presbyterian Church/Graystone Quarry

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Gallery of the Day: August 29, 2016

Brewery Engagement Party

brittany5620 shares a photo from her cool brewery engagement party in Santa Clarita Valley.

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A Year in Review

One Year Anniversary

Hiya hive!

Oh how I’ve missed you! I cannot believe we’re celebrating our first anniversary today. On one hand it feels like yesterday, and in another like a lifetime ago.

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Photo courtesy of Isos Photography

For those of you that don’t know me, I’m Mrs. Narwhal and blogged about our last summer. We celebrated our marriage with 130 of our closest friends and family in our little backyard forest. We were married in front of an old log cabin on our property in the evening, and then nibbled on fun food all night, listened to live music, and danced the night away under the full moon amongst hundreds of candles and twinkling lights. A year later, I still think of the night as pure magic.

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Photo courtesy of Isos Photography

Our first year of marriage was a great adventure overall. We began it with our beautiful honeymoon road tripping down the West Coast of the United States, celebrated first holidays as a married couple, had lots of everyday living in between (a welcomed change after a year of planning), and we hit another big milestone! In February, we found out we were expecting our first child in the fall.

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Announcing our newest adventure // Personal photo

Our pregnancy came as no surprise to any of our friends and family. As two people eager and excited to start a family of our own long before we met, the wedding really just delayed this chapter for us. By the time we announced our pregnancy, we were the last of our close friends to be expecting (all four of the ladies in our core local friend group were pregnant at our wedding!). We are so very fortunate that among our closest group of friends, by the time our little Narwhal joins the group there will be six children spanning ages from under a year to five years old. We feel especially blessed to be in this season of our lives with the very best of our friends.

We spent this past weekend away celebrating our first anniversary on a (pregnancy-friendly) glamping trip two hours north of us. We stayed in a Mongolian yurt, explored the beautiful trails, enjoyed the last of summer (finally with some normal temperatures), and reflected on the first year of our marriage and what’s to come in our second year together.

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Personal photo

I cannot imagine sharing this life with anyone better, and feel grateful every day that Mr. Narwhal and I have the blessing of being each other’s partners and best friends. I am so excited to navigate parenthood with him.

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Anniversary hiking adventures / Personal photo

Tonight’s plans include making a delicious meal together and baking a cake! We missed out on an anniversary cake since we served cookies at our wedding, so we’re baking one instead. 🙂

If you would like to continue to follow along with our adventures, I have started blogging our journey into parenthood over at Hellobee under Mrs. Marshmallow!

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Location:
Muskoka
Occupation:
Consultant
Venue:
Backyard Forest

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Intimate, Modern Palm Springs Wedding: Kellie + Jake

Palm Springs Wedding

Today’s intimate, modern Palm Springs , planned by Marina Tolentino of Bustle Events, is just too much good, we almost don’t know the right words to describe it. (But you know us, so you know we’ll try!) Let’s start with the bride, Kellie’s, s-t-u-n-n-i-n-g Badgley Mischka Couture wedding dress. That amazing gold detailing? We’re way into it. On top of that, we’re digging the sweet, intimate vibe Kel and Jake created for their day. They say, We loved the idea of just our closest family and friends from all over the country coming together to celebrate; we wanted to spend individual time with all of them. Since we knew we’d be having a small guest count, we really wanted to focus on the dinner table – sitting everyone down to one long table with a beautiful table scape filled with lots of glistening golds and whites. Ambiance was top of mind for the big day complete with an incredible meal (by Workshop Kitchen + Bar), handmade old fashioneds (thanks to The Whaling Club), live music, all under glowing strings of lights.

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FLOWER GIRL & RING BEARER GIFTS – THINGS REMEMBERED

Being in the industry has allowed me to become a "go to" for ideas not only for my brides, but also for my friends, family and co-workers.  A few days ago, my co-worker (who is getting married in the fall) shared with me that she needed a few suggestions on gifts for her Flower Girl and Ring Bearer.  So often, brides are busy choosing gifts for their bridesmaids and totally forget to include a special "Thank You" gift for the Flower Girl and the Ring Bearer.  I suggested that she check out Things Remembered for that unique and personalized gift that they can cherish for years to come.  At Things Remembered, you can find that special gift that is truly one-of-a-kind and to make it even a little more special, you can personalize it! 

Some of my favorite gifts for the Flower Girls are the the pretty Flower Girl Jewelry and the Princess Carriage  Musical Snow Globe.  And for the Ring Bearers, the Airplane Globe and Dog Tags and the Piggy Banks are perfect for both and a great way to start them both off with a lesson on saving money!  No matter what you’re looking for, Things Remembered has that perfect gift that will make them feel special on your big day and also the perfect place to gift shop for all the special occassions in someone’s life!

Now let’s check out a few of my favorite gifts for the Flower Girls and Ring Bearers….starting with pretty Flower Girl Jewelry and don’t you just love the personalized jewelry box!  Enjoy!!

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