I Guess I Do

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Monday, August 24, 2015

Shoe Poser

Obviously as you can see from quote above, when I took the illegal approach to shopping (aka. trademark infringement), it didn't go in my favor. So I then I ended up with these...

Don't let me fool you. Those pictures above? That shit was from Ebay. Everything Designer I own is basically from outlets, Ebay, or stylists friends pulling favors for me. Yes, I live in a world where people pay an exorbitant amount of money for brand names, but I also came from a world that taught me enough to know that if you do that, you're an idiot. 

You're spending enough money on your wedding day. Unlike venues, take advantage of things like shoes being half-off. Or in my case shockingly low from France which never come. 

Monday, August 17, 2015

How to Address Your Invites

When it comes to a wedding, there is always tons of etiquette involved, most of which I had no clue about when I got engaged. For instance - the invites. How in the hell do I address these things? What's correct? Where do I even begin?

Well, have no fear. I Guess I Do is teaming up with stationary extraordinaire Wedding Paper Divas so all of you aren't in the dark like I was! Check out their advice for us:

First comes the ring, then comes the planning. For many brides, wedding planning is an exciting time. But on the other hand, it's a large undertaking for those who have never planned a large scale party. Finding vendors, determining budgets and organizing your guest list are just some of the bigger tasks. Not to mention all the menial to-do's like sending checks and addressing the dozens (maybe hundreds!) of invites. For that last to-do, we've found something to help! Check out this How to Address Wedding Invitations Guide created by Wedding Paper Divas

It includes comprehensive instructions on how your guests should be addressed—from married to divorced to members of the military. Even better, at the bottom includes a quick interactive where you can input each name on your guest list and receive a custom result. 

Be sure to check out more titles in their entire Wedding Invitations Guide and show one of my favorite stationary companies some love on Social Media!