INSPIRATION: Groovy Groom Cuff Links

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Ardent Photography in Laramie brought to our attention a great groom’s gift idea — personalized cuff links! Check out these images that they shared…LOVE this idea… And now that I’ve been married 12 years, I think they’d make a great anniversary gift too…

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VENDOR SPOTLIGHT: Tula Event Productions

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images courtesy Tula Event Productions


From day of wedding planning services to full wedding planning, Tula is a great choice for planning your special day. Owner Mel and her staff are very thorough, assuring you the best service available. Check out their packages for “day of services” offered for your wedding day — each package includes one consultation:

Something New package: Base fee for 10 hours of service — hourly rates apply for 10+ hours. “Our premium package! Bridal consulting to help you with every detail of your day from start to finish! You can select all our offered services (see list below) or select just those needed.”

Something Old package:  “Let us be your own personal wedding search engine! Your choice of any seven services listed below.”

Something Blue package:  “Leave the details to us on your big day! Your choice of any five services listed below.”

Something Borrowed package: “Enjoy your day and allow Tula to set up for you! Your choice of any three services listed below.”

List of “Day of” Services:

Ceremony:

Check ceremony site setup/decorations

Provide water & small refreshments to dressing room sites, if permitted by venue

Assist with last minute dressing challenges

Distribute and pin on flowers

Assist photographer with pre-ceremony photos, if needed

Set up guest book table, unity candle, sand ceremony or other ceremony items

Confirm instructions to ushers on seating plan and VIP guests

Confirm instructions to best man and maid/matron of honor on ring(s)

Keep marriage license and/or kebutah safe

Keep ring pillow and miscellaneous items until needed

Provide wedding day emergency kit

Run errands for bride/bridal party (lipstick, emergency items, forgotten items, etc.)

Coordinate with musicians

Organize processional line-up

Space bridal party in aisle

Ensure no late guests disrupt processional

Direct guests to reception location, have copies of maps/directions

Organize wedding party and family for post-ceremony pictures

Wrap up unity candle/tapers/sand vases and other ceremony items

Organize departure of wedding party to reception site

Attend Bride’s final dress fitting

Reception:

Check room setup, layout and bathrooms before reception

Place favors, table numbers/names, menu cards and place cards on tables

Arrange gifts on gift table (if there is a gift table)

Check band/DJ setup

Review schedule with Master of Ceremonies, musicians and banquet captain; make sure they stay on schedule

Ensure cake, flowers, caterer have delivered on time and to proper location

Bring and place cake topper/server on cake tables

Pay all services that work on the event

Line up Bride/Groom and bridal party for announcements

Cue Bride/Groom, Best Man/Maid of Honor, parents for welcome, first dance, other dances,toast & cake cutting, bouquet toss, garter toss

Pack up miscellaneous items and arrange to be taken from reception

Arrange transportation for personal and wedding items, and gifts (before & after reception)

Visit Events to Tula online at www.tulaeventsproductions.com or call Mel at 970-980-9580.

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ENGAGEMENT SPOTLIGHT: Lanae & Scott

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Thanks to Ken of Beartooth Photography in Casper for providing us with this week’s spotlight!  Lanae & Scott are planning a June 30th wedding — their ceremony will be held at the gorgeous (and oh so popular!) chapel in Esterbrook, and their reception in Cheyenne.  Love these images — some really creative stuff — and I appreciate the mixture of indoor and outdoor images.  Ken does really interesting work!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Ken Stoecklin of Beartooth Photography in Casper for sending these images over! Best of luck to Lanae & Scott, and congrats to you as well!

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WEDDING SPOTLIGHT: Kelley & Matt’s Nagle Warren Wedding in Cheyenne

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Thanks to Ardent Photography in Laramie for providing this week’s wedding spotlight!  Kelley & Matt were married January 21, 2012 at the Nagle Warren Mansion (for the ceremony) and the Community House in Cheyenne (for the reception).

Check out these tidbits from the wedding from Ardent:  “Awesome to know: He hand made her ring, like even casted the silver after making the wax mold and everything! They had the most darling hot cocoa favors oh and did you see her vintage shoes? To die for… He had a bridesman on his side, they had a very emotional and touching ceremony. The sister of the bride created all the floral arrangements too!”


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOVE THIS!!! Thanks Ardent Photography in Laramie for sharing, and CONGRATS to Kelley & Matt — what a loving couple!

‘Til Next Time…

Kati Hime, Editor

editor@wyolifestyle.com

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WEDDING FASHION: Embellishments Galore

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We have seen fashion shows in Gillette, Casper, Cheyenne, Laramie and Rock Springs…and the overwhelming new trend this year is embellishments! Whether it be ribbon, feathers, flowers, belts, a little bit of bling… embellishments are in! A few bits of inspiration…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jasmine with a bit of ribbon embellishment — you can find Jasmine gowns at Mountain Valley Bridal in Laramie!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.kentuckystudio.com — An Etsy find via GracefullyGirly


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Made to Measure lace gown; www.perfectwoman58.com

 

www.jaksflowergirldresses.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.200shop.com

www.weddingdress7.info

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A lovely gown from Hart’s Tux & Gown, Casper — featured in the Wyoming Bridal Extravaganza 2012 in January at the Casper Events Center!

Beautiful! Make your wedding dress more personalized by adding your own embellishments — shop your Wyoming bridal shops, check out Etsy, or be sure to ask those talented crafters and sewers in your life — perhaps they can help you out!

‘Til Next Time…

Kati Hime, Editor

editor@wyolifestyle.com

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INSPIRATION: Dessert Tables

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www.imbueyouido.imbueyou.com

Our buddy Linda gave us a great inspiration suggestion — dessert tables! It doesn’t take much explanation to get the idea across — it’s so popular right now! From candy tables to ice cream stations (check out David Huber Photography’s image!) to fanciful dessert inspiration…chocolate fountains of course…lots of FUN stuff! Do you have a suggestion or idea to share? Post on our Facebook page or comment here — or — email us at brides@wyomingweddingsonline.com! We’d love to hear from you!  Check with an awesome Wyoming caterer for more information on dessert bars and creative ways to entertain that go beyond wedding cakes — visit with our friends Essence of Life Catering in Casper, Cafe Rio in Rock Springs, Nana’s House of Goodies in Cheyenne, Coalter Loft/Gannett Grill in Lander, Liz’s Cakes in Laramie, and Liquor Depot in Rock Springs!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.perfectweddingzone.com


www.savvysoirees.blogspot.com


www.savvysoirees.blogspot.com


 

www.savvysoirees.blogspot.com

www.savvysoirees.blogspot.com

www.weddingbycolor.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.weddingbycolor.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.jacobhenrymansion.com

www.provoweddingguide.wordpress.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Huber Photography, Worland, WY

David Huber Photography, Worland, WY

‘Til Next Time…

Kati Hime, Editor

editor@wyolifestyle.com

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INSPIRATION: Retro Weddings!

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www.loti.com

I was SUPER fortunate to have the opportunity to emcee the wedding fashion shows in Casper & Cheyenne. (THANK YOU to Rocky Mountain Sound and Light in Casper, Hart’s Tux & Gown in Casper and Dan D Party Corner in Cheyenne and Mountain Valley Bridal in Laramie for those opportunities!) I LOVED what Hart’s and Mountain Valley Bridal selected to display for 2012 — one thing I particularly enjoyed seeing what the little retro elements thrown in:  lace, birdcage veils, variance in sleeves (cap/short/long), and be still my 50’s fashion-lovin’ heart… SHORT dresses!!! Eeeeek!  This is one gorgeous dress worn by the beautiful Kelli Erickson, owner of Mountain Valley Bridal in Laramie…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So…50’s weddings.  What do you think of first?  I think of the glamorous elements of the 50’s first — stars like Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly or Elizabeth Taylor…a groom with the look of Paul Newman in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof or Montgomery Clift in Raintree County… Then I combine it with the memories shared by my grandmother, who was married in 1954.  The reality of a real, small-town America 50’s wedding:  a small church wedding at the family church, followed by a reception in her parents’ Kearney, NE backyard. The neighbors all came over, and everyone brought a bit of food for a potluck.  There was no band, no dance floor.  No champagne.  She had a short dress, short wristlet gloves, and my grandfather wore a suit jacket and trousers for the ceremony, but lost the suit jacket for the June reception.  My grandmother is the youngest daughter of a seven-child family:  six girls, one boy.  My grandmother’s sisters all eloped — her wedding was the only wedding her parents attended of the six girls.  Sound interesting? I agree! Sound unusual?  Surprisingly, not so much, once I had visited over the years with other seniors that I met through my work and volunteer activities.  There were big, elaborate weddings like what we’re accustomed to today, but they were far more the exception than the rule.  Depression, wars, a view toward a wedding as a beginning of a marriage, much less the elaborate affair we know it to be today…all these things affected the way a true ‘retro wedding’ was assembled.  Justice of the Peace weddings and small weddings were definitely common in small towns across the country.  (Heck, when my parents were married in 1977, their wedding was quite typical according to my mother:  their ceremony took place in the church sanctuary, with their reception held in the church’s meeting hall in the same building.  A receiving line, simple food and cake — no dance floor, no dancing, no toasts.  I had to do some serious educating of my family when it came to our wedding in 2000, lol!)

So here’s what I’m thinking… If my grandmother would have told me in 2000 that I should have a retro wedding like hers, I probably would have cried!  Many of these elements work VERY well for modern couples — and I celebrate that! — but I know for me, and many other brides I visit with every year, we like the idea of the modern wedding.  So when it comes to ‘retro style’, I suggest that we take elements of retro decor and fashion, and perhaps let the retro habits remain celebrated in the annals of wedding lore…unless they float your boat! (And in which case, bravo!)

All right. That was my muse on American pop culture a la weddings for the week.  My Laramie High School Humanities teacher, Mrs. Maxfield, would be quite proud!  Enough of me talking…time to check out some pictures!  Here are some modern twists on retro goodness…50’s style!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.halterneckwedding.onsugar.com


www.trevorhutchison.com


www.yourweddingsupport.blogspot.com


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.adorablegamine.blogspot.com


www.ruffledblog.com

‘Til Next Time…do you have a retro wedding story? A history to share, or a time period we should explore? We’d love to hear from you!

Kati Hime, Editor

editor@wyolifestyle.com

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Tips from the Wyoming Pros: Wedding Expo Labels!

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www.bridaltradeshows.com

Keith Turbitt of Keith Turbitt’s Shutter-Vision in Cheyenne had a beyond fabulous suggestion for helping to streamline your wedding expo experience:  labels!  While at the Cheyenne Bridal Expo last Sunday, Keith noticed a few brides had created labels with their name, their fiance’s name, their wedding date and contact info (phone number, email, etc.).  Instead of rewriting this over and over…and over and over…at the expo, they simply stuck on a label on the form at each vendor’s table and kept on moving. Brilliant!

Thanks to Keith Turbitt’s Shutter-Vision in Cheyenne for sharing! Just had to add one of Keith’s beautiful shots below…be sure to check out his website and contact him for more info on your Wyoming wedding, no matter where it is — Keith does amazing work!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

‘Til next time…Do you have a tip? Email us at brides@wyomingweddingsonline.com!

 

WEDDING SPOTLIGHT: Jay & Lisa’s Casper Wedding

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Thanks to Janelle Rose Photography in Cheyenne for sending us this week’s wedding spotlight!  I tear up seeing these images…the emotion is so palpable! These are beautiful. Here’s a little back story from Janelle…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jay and Lisa were married in Casper on June 11th, 2011 at the Casper Mountain Trails Center. It made for a beautiful location — a rustic-looking lodge in a gorgeous mountain setting. Their reception was at the Elks Lodge in downtown Casper. We snuck away for a few photos after the ceremony to take photos at Garden Creek Falls on the Bridle Trail, just down the road from the Trails Center.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks again to Janelle Rose Photography in Cheyenne for this week’s wedding spotlight! Do you have a wedding or engagement spotlight? We’d love to hear from you, whether you’re the couple or a Wyoming wedding professional! Email us at brides@wyomingweddingsonline.com. Be sure to visit our planning guide online, or click the link to see our list of locations in your community — and check back often, because we’re updating it constantly and will have more communities and points covered soon!

‘Til Next Time…

Kati Hime, Editor

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WEDDING SPOTLIGHT: David & Caroline’s Theater Wedding

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Thanks to Stephanie of Wainscott Wedding Photography and David & Caroline for providing this week’s wedding spotlight! These two used their love of theater — a theme throughout their relationship — to create a wedding that truly represented them. They held their wedding at the Laramie Plains Civic Center — an icon of Laramie history.  The building’s roots are in education, serving as Laramie’s city school in the late 1800’s and then moving to the Laramie High School, and later the Laramie Junior High School.  The Junior High School moved to its current location in 1979, which shifted the Civic Center’s function to community office spaces and facility rentals.  Today, the building is managed by a new group of enthusiastic leaders who are transforming the building, bringing back its historical significance and expanding its influence in the community.  David is the Civic Center’s Theater Manager and he allows me to bug him regularly. 🙂  I was personally very excited to see a wedding being held at the historic theater — what a neat idea!  To read about the Laramie Plains Civic Center and their transformation process, please visit our Wyoming Lifestyle Magazine’s website & read our fall 2011 issue online…click on ‘Current Issue’ or ‘Back Issues’ after December 2011… www.wyolifestyle.com.  But enough blabbing about history (one of my favorite topics) — we’re here to talk about David & Caroline!  I’ll let Caroline tell their story…


David proposed on a cold, snowy night in December 2010 while I had a miserable cold. I’d love to say it was romantic, but it really wasn’t. It was mainly because he was afraid he would lose the ring before Christmas, which was his original intention to propose then. It did help me feel a little better though, even with the cold. We set the date for September 10, 2011, mainly because I figured it would be harder to forget 9-10-11. Things all seemed to go right at first, things got done so quickly, my only sticking point was on a photographer since I was on a budget. Stephanie was out of Cheyenne, but agreed to drive over for the wedding, and even when they were moving she was still wonderful! We decided on the Civic Center Theatre for our wedding since we had a connection with Dave working there, but also because theatre has been a continuing theme throughout our lives. We met through theatre at Casper College and theatre brought him back to me after seven years without seeing each other.  Wainscott Wedding Photography took  beautiful pictures! It was a beautiful wedding and will be a day I always remember.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Stephanie of Wainscott Wedding Photography and David & Caroline for sharing your day!  If you’d like to see your Wyoming wedding spotlight on this blog, contact us! We’d love to shine a spotlight on you! Email brides@wyomingweddingsonline.com — if you’re the photographer or the couple, doesn’t matter!

‘Til Next Time…

Kati Hime, Editor

editor@wyolifestyle.com

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PLANNING INSPIRATION!

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Thanks to Lindsey Taylor of Toot Sweet! Event Planning Services in Cheyenne for providing us with this bit of planning inspiration!


Image by Ardent Photography, Laramie

Congratulations! You’re Getting Married!  Now What?  Time for the planning.  Planning for your wedding can be joyous and stressful. You’re excited to get married and have a ton of ideas but there is also a to do list.  When in doubt enlist help. Your family and friends are often there to help you throughout the planning.  Here are some helpful tips to help you get a start on planning for the big day.

Tip:  Think about what you and the love of your life want for your wedding. Does this include a special place, a food, a color, a song, etc.  Write them all down. It may be a good idea to get a notebook for all of your wedding stuff so it is not everywhere.

Image by Ardent Photography, Laramie

Tip: While you are deciding on the date make a list of venues that you want the ceremony and or the reception to be held at. Prioritize them if possible. This way if your first choice is unavailable you have a backup in place.  Another consideration is to call the venues to see what their available dates are before setting the date. This idea is great for those who have their hearts set on a particular place.

Tip: To have a wedding consultant or not to have one…  This completely depends on the bride and what she needs. Consultants can help you with all or a portion of the wedding. For instance, you know exactly what you want for the ceremony but you really need help with the reception portion of it. Many Consultants and event services have A La Carte services that be created into a package that is suited for your needs.  Do not wait until the last minute if you decide you want a consultant’s help. Their cost will be higher for the rush.

Image by Sara Leeann Photography, Casper

Tip: The Dress! The search for the perfect dress begins. Do you have an idea of what you want and is it within your budget? If you are planning to shed some pounds for the day start now.  It is easier to take in a dress than it is to let it out.  Many brides when selecting their undergarments do not think of how they will..um hum…use the facilities while in the dress. The wedding day schedule is usually tight and often there is not a half an hour planned for the bride to get completely out of the dress and back into it.

Tip: Enjoy the planning and the time you get to spend with your friends and family. Make sure to take time for yourself but the love of your life too.

Thanks to Lindsey of Toot Sweet! Personal Assistant and Planning Services for the information!  Her passion is to help others lives be simpler and make your special events or Big day be memorable.  She can help you with the design of your wedding, or  just help with the little things to make it easier. Visit her online!

‘Til Next Time…

Kati Hime, Editor

editor@wyolifestyle.com

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ENGAGEMENT SPOTLIGHT: Joe & Amber

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This week we have an engagement spotlight instead of a wedding spotlight — I LOVE engagement photos! Talk about a unique and fun way to capture your love pre-marriage. Twelve years later, our engagement pictures are still framed and enjoyed.  Kate Williams of The Rancher’s Wife’s Photography in Southeast Wyoming has sent us today’s spotlight — I’ll let her share a little about Amber & Joe and check out these awesome images! You can also find The Rancher’s Wife’s Photography on Facebook!

From Kate:  Joe & Amber will be married in the spring (May 2012). They are such a loving, happy couple. I think it shows through in their images. He asked her to marry him at the top of Kennedy Peak on Sept 12, 2011.

Thanks to The Rancer’s Wife’s Photography for sending us this week’s spotlight — if you have a spotlight you’d like to share, please contact us at brides@wyomingweddingsonline.com — if you’re the bride, groom or the photographer, doesn’t matter – we’d love to hear from you!  Engagement or wedding!

‘Til Next Time…

Kati Hime, Editor

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