Phones away please

I found this on the ‘ole Facebook. Brilliant idea. At the wedding I attended in Miami in January the bride had to sternly tell her guests to get out of the photographers way. People were all up in each others businesses trying to snap away pictures.

The wedding I attended a few days ago – something similar happened. The bride and groom were cutting the cake and they had a mob of friendly paparazzi surrounding them. I just wonder if the guests who were taking pictures were actually enjoying the moment. I’ve caught myself doing this a lot. I LOVE to take pictures but sometimes I gotta say to myself, “Hey, Lindsey, put your camera away and ENJOY the moment.”

Just remember this at the next wedding you’re at. You’re a guest, enjoy the party!

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I was a flower girl in my cousins wedding in 1997. I remember getting my hair done, getting ready with the bride and her bridesmaids. I felt so special and was stuck at her side the entire day. I still have the silk floral bobbypins I put in my hair that day and plan on having my flower girl (the same cousin’s daughter) wear them whenever I get married.

Heather & Alex

Found this on Martha Stewart Weddings and just fell in love with colors, photography and location. Aka everything. The first picture is my favvy.

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On June 5, 2011, the sun was shining as 150 guests gathered in the blossom-filled yard of the couple’s home to watch Heather and Alex exchange vows. Then it was off to one of the couple‚Äôs favorite restaurants, Campanile, via double-decker bus, for a family-style Tuscan feast, music, and dancing.

They got married underneath an orange tree. Oh mah gwad. Gorgeous wedding all around:

Something blue sewn into her dress

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