Happy Friday, all! I've been (more than) a little under the weather this week, but I'm on the mend just in time for the weekend. Whew! Summer weather has arrived, couples are tying the knot each weekend, and we're seeing SO much lovely from our fab Florida vendors... it doesn't get much better than that. Enjoy the Squeeze!
I geeked out a little over the DIY backyard wedding we featured this week, and the sweet personality quiz story that Kristin shared with us. (If you haven't seen that sweet wedding yet, make sure to go take a peek!) I thought back to my childhood, when all those silly quizzes were so popular... and got really nostalgic. Wouldn't this be a fun little table activity for your guests during a reception? I'm sharing the how-to after the squeeze!
WHAT WE'RE LOVING THIS WEEK
These bright colors and pretty florals are making me so happy.
Vintagey goodness, a beautiful park venue, and so many of our talented guide members! Love.
Pretty couple, pretty park, pretty pictures... they had me at 'fireman'.
Green and white are so natural and beautiful together.
Beer tasting during your engagement session - why not, right?
Dying to try this pretty painted tablecloth DIY.
And now for something geeky (I can't help myself)!
WELCOME TO OUR NEW SPONSOR
We're welcoming Terreign into our sponsor family, and I'm pretty excited about it because I know you will love their handmade, natural, globally-inspired jewelry. Make sure to check out the bridal look we put together featuring two of their beautiful, beachy pieces!
AND NOW, THE HOW-TO:
Whether you call it a table game or an ice-breaker, I think it's fun to have something for guests to do in between courses or funky dance moves. You can just pile these little cards up in the middle, supply a few pencils (perhaps in your wedding colors?) and you're done.
Each question is on the front, with a space below for you to pencil in your response; just flip it over for the interpretation. The topics are all simple and silly, but sure to make people think and discuss with those seated next to them.
Want these for your reception? I've wrapped up the cards into ready-to-print file for you - just print them, double-sided, onto card stock and cut inside the crop lines.