Bride -to-be: Edwina Findley
Groom-to-be: Kelvin Dickerson
Occupations: Findley, actress; Dickerson, advertising executive
Engagement Session Location: Times Square, New York City
Bride -to-be: Edwina Findley
One of the weddings I’ve had the most fun at took place in New Orleans — this was largely because of the insanely blissful second line. But another element of said wedding I thought was pretty darn cool were the fans all guests received as they entered the outdoor ceremony. These fans served double duty — they were programs and favors. Pretty cool, right?! Well, I recently discovered an online resource that provides very similar fans for a working bride’s budget.
Triple B wants you have a great weekend so we’re kicking it off with another GIVEAWAY. Our latest is from the good folks over at the Appy Couple. You remember, the previous Bridgette Pick of the Week that assists couples planning their wedding day as a cutting-edge online Web application. This tool keeps all wedding-related information (images, DIY ideas, etc.) in one place and is accessible via smartphones for up-to-the-minute changes. There are designs to fit a wide array of personalities — even yours! Think of it as having your own virtual wedding planner who is always on call.
So, Appy is giving TEN folks from the Triple B audience their own FREE code to join. Interested? [Read more...]
All bridal party dresses delivered, check. Pre-marital counseling with the pastor, check. Wedding bands selected, check. Invitations in the mail…here lies the problem.
Composing the guest list has been the most difficult task of the wedding planning thus far. [Read more...]
Bride: Beatrice Dorcena
Groom: Michel Arty
Wedding Date: May 28, 2012
Location: ceremony: St. Joachim & St. Anne Church, Queens, NY; reception: Jericho Terrace, Long Island, NY
Theme: Garden of Love [Read more...]
Shortly after launching Triple B, one thing became abundantly clear…A whole lotta you guys reside in the Washington, D.C., Maryland and/or Northern Virginia (DMV) areas. I’m not quite sure why or how this happened since I’m based in the Big Apple but that is indeed the case. Thus when I learned that Louduon County was an under the radar yet pretty darn fab location for destination weddings, I was extra excited! Filled with wineries, vineyards and plush lanscapes, this quiet southern oasis is ideal for a modern wedding with classic touches and is just a short drive from D.C. [Read more...]
Let’s face it: Style terminology used in the wedding industry often leaves brides-to-be (even more) stressed and confused. Triple B to the rescue! Keep this lil’ cheat sheet handy the next time you or someone in your circle goes dress shopping. [Read more...]
What would you do if you learned your beloved father unexpectedly collapsed in his sister’s bathroom? What would you do if he spent a week in coma three weeks before your scheduled nuptials? Beatrice Dorcena, a patient services manager from Pennsylvania recently experienced all of the above. Just three weeks before her scheduled Memorial Day 2012 wedding, not only did she learn her father collapsed, but after a week of praying for his recovery, was forced to accept she’d have to bury him after he went brain dead.
She went from finalizing details on her wedding, to buying funeral clothes and writing a eulogy. However, with the unwavering strength of her mother, Beatrice found the resolve to continue and marry her fiancé, Michel. In an intimate conversation with Assistant Editorial Contributor, Laura, Beatrice reveals what it takes to accept the death of a loved one while wedding planning, how not to get labeled selfish and where brides can find the strength to carry on with one of the most important milestones in life. Check out the conversation below: [Read more...]
One of the most nerve-racking things about blending two families is hoping everyone gets along. As I have stated before both my mother and Shawn’s mother live out of town. So the opportunity to get everyone together at the same time had never presented itself. My mother came to New York in June. While she was here we took that time to introduce her to his grandmother and aunt. Success!!! I couldn’t have asked for a better outcome. They all bonded instantly. It was a prayerful, crying (tears of joy) good time. Everyone got along so well we had to pull them apart or they would have had church way into the night. Out of all the possible wedding day stressors, the God family drama won’t be one of them. [Read more...]