The countdown is also on until the BIG wedding day! Only 172 more days until I'm a married woman. Wow, that seems so soon. Thankfully I've been using Wedding Wire to keep me on track as far as what needs to be done in what order. (You can also check out our wedding website HERE).
Thankfully my honey is super talented in PhotoShop, so we designed our own Save the Date cards (pictured below): Most of the inspiration for the photos came from PINTEREST!, but the idea to do the back side as a racing bib was totally mine! Can you believe it? They turned out much better than I anticipated and since we did all the labor ourselves we saved some $$$ too!
Here are some of the other vendors that we have chosen:
Accommodations - Brooksville Holiday Inn Express. You can find their website HERE
Photography - Ms. Harmony Blackwell. When it came to booking a photographer for the wedding, we were a little lost. (As we are on a lot of wedding things). Luckily, Ben went to college with fellow architect, Harmony Blackwell who has recently gotten in to photography. Check out her website HERE! We are very excited that Harmony has agreed to take part in our day
Flowers - Ms. Pamela Verschuere. Pam is admittedly bad at internet and e-mail, but her telephone number is 813-505-6043. Pam actually did the flowers for my sister's wedding in 2005. She is very knowledgeable about flowers (which helps because I'm totally ignorant in regards to flowers) and very competitive with her pricing.
Catering - Luis Rovira of L & L Events. You can contact Luis via his website. Luis is super flexible and very nice.
Wedding Dress - Patricia's Boutique. If you grew up in or around Pasco or Hernando counties, they you know Patricia. I actually got my Senior prom dress at Patricia's. They were really friendly, and I'm totally in love with my dress (which will remain a secret to most until April 13th). The only downside of Patricia's is that they are really heavy in to pageants and suggested that I get my alterations done on my dress in November. For an April wedding. Dislike. So, if you know of a good seamstress in the area, please let me know!
And that's pretty much all we have done so far. I've also been using my Bridal Bargins books (that I bought on Amazon to save money, but you can also find it HERE!) The book has some really good ideas that I would have never thought of. That's pretty much where are are at, it seems like a lot of work but it's pretty fun and exciting to research and learn more about weddings.