exciting! the blog looks great. I am now following you.
Wow! What a gorgeous wedding pic!!! And I can't believe I WON!!!!! WOOT! WOOT! I never win ANYTHING and I'm still pinching myself!!! I will blog about this tomorrow and link your 2 blogs :) And give a gracious nod to Shopbop of course. btw - I clicked your 'About Me' link and me and my hubby LOVE pho noodles too! They're Pho-riffic! One of the BEST noodles in the cosmic universe!!!!
oh, yes and I have received my Shopbop code from Jeffrey Tabaka. And again, congrats to you and your new man :)
Ahh I'm so envious you found a barn venue! We don't have a single one in our area! Michigan is WAY behind the times in the wedding scene. We have a traditional hall that I like, but I don't love. All I wanted was a barn venue but it's not even an option! I will live viacriously through you! hehe. We're having our ceremony outdoors, so I'll make it work! :) I;m so excited to read along with your wedding planning! I have everything booked so far, so if you have any questions, feel free to ask! :)
the site looks great! i saw that dress with the fur neckline a couple of days ago and absolutely fell in love with it. i think i'm going to DIY it soon. i can't wait to hear more about your wedding plans!
LOOOOVE your wedding blog. I read the whole thing and thought "I want more!" so I Googled "wedding blogs" and, oh my goodness...bad idea! You are giving me wedding fever over here, lady!
Great Barn wedding location. Thanks for posting.Karen
Hi, I have dedicated a post to your site in my vintage collection:http://look10.blogspot.com/2011/01/vintage-collection-page6.htmlHope you like.Greetings
Beautiful wedding blog. The barn venue is a unique one for a wedding, very creative thinking!
mmm I like the similar ceremoniesit's so romantic
ohhone of the most lovely ceremoniesmarvelous day for them
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