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"I always say, keep a diary and someday it'll keep you" - Mae West

 

A monthly journal of love, marriage, and events galore

A year to remember … or, forget.

“Whew.” I think that pretty much sums up how we’re all feeling about 2020. Who would have thought, am I right?! While none of us could have predicted the year would have turned out the way it did, it did force us to approach each day differently. Whether it was trying to find a reason…
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“Mine tastes like purple”

I’m not 100% sure what that line was from, I think it was an old Dannon yogurt commercial, but I always thought it was hilarious. Purple is always associated with extravagance, wealth, and nobility. It’s also one of the many rich colors associated with autumn. Here are just a few of the many ways you…
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Orange you glad I didn’t say “banana”?!

Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. Did you know that there is no known English word that rhymes with “orange”? For October’s journal entry, we’re going with orange as our second autumn color. I think orange represents the season perfectly – turning leaves, pumpkin spiced lattes, jack-o-lanterns, pumpkin spiced muffins, marigolds, pumpkin spiced cookies, sweet potatoes,…
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How time flies when you’re stuck inside during a pandemic …

We know it will continue to take time but, as we all slowly start to get back to something closer to normalcy, we want to make sure to try and share some positivity, creativity, and beauty. For this month’s journal gallery, we’re featuring the color red, one of the many colors of autumn. Red has…
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Homemade [hō(m)-ˈmād]: made or prepared at home, locally, or by the maker’s own efforts

While we know not everyone has a crafty or artistic side, we love when our couples bring a little something personal and homemade to their wedding celebration. Whether it’s creating a clever way to display escort cards, sharing their favorite sweet treat, or even making their own bouquet, that bit of effort makes the event…
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“We become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic”

There is something so fun, so personal, so important about bringing yourself into your wedding planning. When your guests arrive, they should be able to see bits of both of you in the event. Including cultural traditions is a wonderful way of bringing in those details while also giving recognition to your heritage. Here are…
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