Dec 262013

HuffPost Weddings has The Top 10 Wedding Trends of 2013 by, a popular site for sharing wedding ideas. These popular trends are not going away any time soon but really came into their own this past year.

Photo by Chelsey Boatwright Photography

A few of the popular trends include:

  1. Colorful Decor
  2. Gold Everything
  3. Mint Green

To see the whole list, check out the article at HuffPost Weddings and find more wedding inspiration at

What do you think will be some of the new wedding trends for 2014? Chime in on our Google+ page to let us know your thoughts.

Aug 302013

With many of today’s couples posting and sharing everything about planning their wedding, social media use has skyrocketed over the past few years. SAP, a global Information Technology leader, has a social media application that was used to gather the info for this Infographic on the use of social media when planning a wedding.

SAP listened to what brides and grooms were saying and posting online between January 2013 and June 2013. The results were broken down into categories below.

Wedding Infographic, Wedding Planning, Wedding Websites, Social Media

To Have, To Hold, and To Post – Saying “I Do” in Socail Media

Jul 222013
Digital Wedding Etiquette via Wedding Paper Divas.??????????????

Wedding Paper Divas surveyed over 1,000 adults who attended weddings over the past 12 months. Questions were based on the sharing of wedding details, photos, tweets, etc. on social media. While many encourage sharing of photos, some do not as they may not be the most flattering pictures. Some even distributed a special #hashtag for pics, video, and tweets.


This has really become a hot topic among brides recently and I can attest to this. There are many weddings where I see people just standing around playing with their phones. Could be wedding related or maybe they are just checking their e-mail, texts, or Facebook.

Regardless, it looks kind of silly when everyone else is engaged in conversation, eating, drinking, dancing and enjoying themselves while the wallflowers stand around checking their phones.

How do you feel about Social Media Sharing during a Wedding?