Happy Monday! This wedding-themed post is a double feature, beloved readers. It's been a couple of weeks since my last wedding update, but I've been continuing to collect pieces of inspiration on a daily basis, and wanted to share some of my favorites with you. I also decided I'd get a little personal this time around, and share some thoughts on my experience of planning a wedding with a slight hitch (pun fully intended).
For part one, let's get right to the good stuff:
pretty, inspiring wedding images.
|Gorgeous camp-style wedding (source)|
|Lemonade/ice tea stand on a vintage dresser = brilliant. (source)|
|I absolutely love this nature-inspired decor. (source)|
|I adore these pretty wedding pies and glass plates! (source)|
|Could this bicycle shot be any sweeter? (source)|
And now... the "hitch."
I have to admit, it's slightly challenging to make wedding plans when your fiance leaves for a two month tour just two weeks after you get engaged. It's also slightly challenging to work these plans around the schedule of a band that tours half the year. Have any of you seen that reality show, Married to Rock? I happened to catch it one night, and while our life is definitely not that - ahem - interesting, I sometimes consider starting another blog about the lifestyle that accompanies being the significant other of someone whose job is to travel the world with a rock n' roll band. It's a very unique way to live, that's for sure. Don't get me wrong; I'm not complaining. If Robbie can put up with a
Thankfully, in two weeks, he'll be back home for an entire month, and I can't wait to take all of these images and ideas we've been collecting and put them together to create something concrete. Once we can do that, I'll be sure to post more frequent updates. I feel lucky to be able to share such a special time in my life with my wonderful readers!
Those of you who are planning weddings or already married, please continue to share your inspirations and favorite wedding sites. I'd love to do a few posts about weddings and/or wedding plans of Bubby & Bean readers, so please feel free to contact me if you're interested in being featured!
P.S. The top photo is from San Francisco last summer when I flew out to see the band play. The bottom photo of me holding the guitar backstage is from Colorado a few years ago, on another band trip. Did I mention I got to go to Australia with them last year? My point is that although it's not an easy lifestyle, there are some definite perks!