I was not happy about it torrential rain storming on AC and I's big day, but it was our day. The rain made our day. I have been asked many times... where did we get our pretty umbrellas?
Bella Umbrella will rent you a beautiful vintage umbrella for your rainy weather wedding. She is located in Seattle (of course), but the process couldn't be easier.
Farms and forests need the rain too.
Who knows if this is the last post or not. I keep thinking this blog has ended, but your emails, questions, and stories keep me posting occasionally. Our third anniversary is around the corner...
Hello Brides! Just a quick update!
Sarah Neuburger of The Small Object has chosen a Craven Home (my post-wedding endeavor) porcelain wood slice to place her gorgeous wedding toppers on ... check it out. Her cake toppers can be personalized, down to the furriest member of the family. She also does cupcake toppers too! I will be posting again tomorrow with the answer to one of my most asked questions.
The blog-o-sphere coverage of our wedding has been wonderful:
City Lady Country Girl- a newer blog that is FULL of eye candy!
Green Wedding Shoes
and last but not least, one of my favorite bloggers....
Now that I have had a wonderful and restful break (almost 9 months- wow!), I am moving forward and "nesting".
Craven Home is where I will be posting my inspiration and documenting my new endeavour- a teeny tiny ceramics business. Mostly an Etsy shop (to be up soon!). I am hoping I can provide very simple, affordable, and functional ceramics for the home, as well as events.
This adventure would not have started if I was not inspired to create for my own wedding by all of the amazing talent blogging out there (see my blog line-up). To all of you ladies, THANK YOU!
Please continue to ask any questions about A Farm Fresh Wedding and see what is new with me over at Craven Home.
In response to a few email requests for a honeymoon post...
We were just so busy with wedding planning, that we just wanted something sweet and simple for our honeymoon. Not to mention, travelling in September is a little difficult with hurricane season, mini monsoons in the east, major muslim holidays, etc.
We went to Puerto Rico.
A quick stop in San Juan.
Then a small road trip to Rincon.
In Rincon, we stayed at the most amazing place, The Horned Dorset.
Then we were off to Vieques via a 20 minute puddle jumper flight - where it rained and rained... but it made for a cozy time, EMPTY beaches, and wet horses (which are roaming freely everywhere)!
We loved it.