Monday, January 31, 2011

Come see Details at the Bridal Show

We are excited to participate in the Bridal Association’s spring show this year! Hope to see you there!

The 2011 Spring Bridal Show & Benefit is being held at Brazos County Expo on Sunday, February 20, 2011 from 11:00am to 4:00pm. Browse over 100 vendors as you wind your way through the event and visit one on one with the professionals who can personalize your wedding, reception or honeymoon just for you! Proceeds from the show will benefit The Brazos Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross.

Tickets are $15 per person, in advance online. $20 per person at the door.

Advance ticket sales end at noon Saturday, February 19, 2010. All tickets are non-refundable. Every person or child, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the show. No strollers are allowed in the show due to safety reasons. Prize drawings are intended for brides only, all prize awards are subject to verification.

Ticket Price: $15.00

To purchase tickets, visit

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Valentine's Day Party

These adorable ideas are from Anders Ruff Custom Designs. The printables are available at their etsy shop. There are many ideas that you can do yourself. All you need is love!

Real Wedding: Stylish Front Lawn Wedding (Part 2)

The front lawn with its huge trees made the perfect reception setting. The bride and groom’s family spent hours getting the grounds ready for the big day.

The bridesmaids wore cowboy boots to match the bride. The programs also served as fans to cool off the guests. The bride’s love for peacocks was also evident throughout the d├ęcor. At the end of the night, guests were treated to an elaborate fireworks show.

Thanks to Tailer for letting me share her special day!

The wedding was designed and coordinated by Leah Frizzell.

To see more pictures, visit

Real Wedding: Stylish Front Lawn Wedding (Part 1)

Tailer and Caine were married at his parents’ residence in Rio Vista, Texas. According to Tailer, she and Caine instantly knew they had a connection they couldn't deny when they met seven years ago. The couple loves to camp, go four wheeling, take long walks through their pasture and go on long road trips. The morning of her wedding day was spent monitoring the weather since there was a very good chance it would rain, but the rain cleared a couple hours before the ceremony and made for a perfect evening!

The front of the home looked gorgeous! The bride wore cowboy boots under her dress that matched the wedding’s turquoise and chocolate color palate.

At the end of the ceremony, a banner with a picture of the bride and groom rolled down from the balcony. The wedding monogram was present throughout the wedding.

After the ceremony, the guests were escorted to a cocktail area where they were served turquoise margaritas and appetizers. The cakes were done by Lemon Sisters. The groom’s cake was a rig moving truck, perfect for his line of business!

The wedding was coordinated by Leah Frizzell.

Part 2 coming soon...

Friday, January 28, 2011

Are you ready for some football?

Even though the Cowboys aren't going to the Super Bowl, at least it's in Texas! Here are some super cute Steelers party ideas! These ideas can be applied to any team by changing the colors.

I've seen team plates and napkins at Card and Party Factory and Wal-Mart.

The penants can be created using cheap scrapbooking paper and stickers.

My mom made these "football" deviled eggs for a football-themed party!

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Party Planning Tool

I love this downloadable Party Planning Worksheet from Mommy Tracked. It includes a place for you to write the guest list, order of events, menu, etc. Ths website also has other planning tools that will help keep you organized for 2011.