Thursday, April 21

Muse |Middle of the Map Weddings

I had the pleasure of being featured on Middle of the Map Weddings this week.  It was exciting to see Urbane Montage on the Midwestern inspired wedding blog site! You can check out the post here. I definitely appreciate Emily for her intimate-get to know you- interview. She asked great questions and I used this opportunity to share my thoughts and background. 
Enough about me and more about Middle of the Map Weddings!  Emily Walters is the writer and creator; she is also the floral designer of emmy-ray in Kansas City (buzzy bee, if I may say so myself!).  She created Middle of the Map Weddings to share inspiration, ideas, along with real weddings and vendors located in the Midwest. This site is definitely a great resource! 
You can also find Middle of the Map Weddings on Facebook and twitter

Friday, April 8

UM Couple |Jennifer + David

Jennifer and David are made for each other (and so are their families)! You can see their love for one another in each shot. It was a perfect July wedding that took place at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Saint Paul and the reception at the Mendakota County Club in Mendota Heights with Coco & Fig creations for guests to feast upon. Jenni's mom Debbie of Metal Ribbon Art did a gorgeous job on the floral arrangements and centerpieces. Guests were given a day full of love, happiness, butterflies, blue champagne, and golf treats. Their day was beautifully photographed by the lovely Jessica of Jessica Smith Photography. It was great being a part of their day. Jennifer and David are featured in Minnesota Bride’s Spring/Summer Issue. View more of their day of Jessica's blog

Congrats again Jenni + Dave, we wish you all the best!

Monday, April 4

Etsy Spotlight |Wedding Genealogy Charts

This past fall I assisted with a lovely wedding held at the Walker Art Center. One thing I could. not. stop. SWOONING over was the couple's Wedding Genealogy Chart that also served as escort cards! It is a great conversation piece during the cocktail hour and reception.

The Genealogy Chart tells you how all the guests know the bride and groom. Guests are sorted within the artwork from family, neighbors, to coworkers, and childhood friends. This keepsake can serve as a family heirloom long after the wedding celebration. 

The chart can also be made into a booklet to show who's who and where everyone is from-great for favors or to be placed in welcome bags. Customize your chart to match your wedding colors and design. 

The Wedding Genealogy Chart can be found on Etsy by the gals at Melangerie Inc.!
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