Rochester Wedding Magazine is holding a contest on Facebook:
Rochester Wedding Magazine is excited to announce a contest for brides to submit a non professional picture of their engagement rings. We will post the pictures on our Facebook Fan Page www.facebook.com/RochesterWedding and the picture with the most votes ("likes" count as votes underneath each photo) wins. Voting starts Monday, July 19th at 9am and will continue to August 9th at noon. Make sure to get all your friends, co workers and families voting!
1st place ~ Your wedding will be featured in an issue of Rochester Wedding Magazine and an Engagement Session from the amazing Images Unveiled Studios.
2nd Prize ~ Dinner for 2 at Bocaccini's Italian Bistro
3rd Prize ~ $25 Gift Certificate to Joette's on Monroe.
Please, please, please go here to "like" my picture and help me out! All you have to do is like it! :)
I decided that I wanted to make some handmade thank you notes for my shower thank yous. Unfortunately, I only got to use them for the first shower because I only bought one package, and they were sold out when I went back a week later. They turned out really nice:
Josh and I went into Big M, where we'll be getting our wedding cake from, and ordered the cake. I didn't take any pictures, mostly because I didn't think we'd be able to really sample anything, and we'd just be telling the baker what we want. Not true. We ended up sampling the filling flavors.
I think we picked the most difficult cake to bake. I have drawings, but basically we're giving our guests almost any option they could think of. There are 8 different choices, which you'll see in the drawings below:
I was blessed to get two bridal showers, one for my side of the family, and one for Josh's side and church. The one for Josh's family & church was held first, on June 9th. The one for my side was held on June 19th.
A few weeks ago, MOH AB, a friend of ours and I put together our invitations so we could mail them out! All we had to do was put them in the envelopes along with the extra pages, and then address them, but I wasn't ready to address them that night. All we did was put everything into envelopes! Easy peasy!