Happy Weekend!

Happy weekend all! My big plans involve baking these (but using apricot instead of raspberry) and packing my suitcase to head to California for the holidays. What are you up to this weekend? Here are some of my favorite things from around the web this week…


Ellie’s save-the-dates as well as Justine’s, via Brooklyn Bride.

I’d love to see one of these pretties as a cake topper, via The Constant Gatherer.

When you start to stress out about your wedding day, just remember, it’s all about Le Love.

Kristine Lombardi’s fantastic maps.

Whimsical engagement photos, via Black Eiffel.

This bride wore the same dress her mother wore in 1976.

After the vows and the cake go swimming!


  • Kristy says:

    What a fantastic picture! And that 1976 wedding dress is awesome. I’d wear that, for sure.

  • I love the feeling of these new Fridays. Carefree, fun.
    California will be glad to have you :)

  • Katie Runnels says:

    Thanks for the mention, Kathryn!!
    I love Kristine’s drawings too-and that photo is so wonderful!! xo

  • Blablover5 says:

    Wow that ’76 dress is really cool. I kinda feel for all of us that had mother’s get married in the 80’s. That was a scary scary time.

  • Melissa says:

    I love your new Fridays too! That’s so funny I just posted a picture of my mom’s wedding dress from 1976 too :) Have fun in California :)

  • Aevan Arts says:

    that 70s gown is absolutely gorgeous…if my mom had worn something that pretty (and if I could fit in anything my mom wore lol) I would too.

  • The City Sage says:

    Yay! California for the holidays! I hope we have sun and warmth for you as a break from your chilly northern weather :)

  • Punam Bean says:

    yay! Thanks so much for the link – Melissa’s dress was amazing! It’s true!

  • Carie says:

    I have made those cookie bars bafore and they are beyond FANTASTIC. Rave reviews will be headed your way. This is one of my holiday standbys now, everyone expects them!!!


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