Happy 63rd Wedding Anniversary

Happy Tuesday ! Yesterday was my parents 63rd Wedding Anniversary – You are invited to the Wedding :

My Mom and Dad got married in January. After crops where in at the farm and most important was it was after hunting season was over. They also married in the same church I got married years later. Lisa

The Bride : Marlys Wyble

The dress from the sheets below the dress costed $13.00 dollars. I still have some of the lace and tole from the dress. I have used the lace in family gifts and wrapped it around flowers for my nieces wedding.

Mom’s Wedding shopping List :

My Mom kept a detail list of the cost of wedding items ,pictures and guest list in her wedding book. Lisa

Wedding Guest Sign In :

Happy Anniversary ! Mom and Dad !

Sunday : Parents 63rd Wedding Anniversary

Today is a special day in my family its my parents 63 rd wedding Anniversary. Its a wonderful thing to see them still together after all these years. Always holding hands & taking care of each others . So today you will be seeing lots of wedding post ! Have a wedding in the family? Its always a wonderful time but very stressful for the Bride/Grooms family.

This is my Mom bridal shower.


Wedding Cardmaking

Celebrating with Wedding Theme Cards I made using the Card Kit from Simon Says Stamps  find More Info Simon Says Stamps

Today I’am finishing up my 30 days of June Weddings with some fun cardmaking .  Lisa 






Sealed with a Kiss

Today is June 30 th- and the last day of our Wedding Event @ Lisa Everyday Life. I hope you have enjoyed the Post and maybe found something interesting.  Lisa 

Our Last Doodle will be a Kiss ! No not the Band (telling my age)


Lips, kiss colored

A Kiss can Mean many things for many people –

In some situations, a kiss is a ritual, formal or symbolic gesture indicating devotion, respect, or sacrament. The word came from Old English cyssan (“to kiss“), in turn from coss (“a kiss“).

Some anthropologists have suggested that the Greeks learned about erotic kissing from the Indians when Alexander the Great invaded India in 326 BC. However, this need not mean that kissing originated in India, or indeed that it does not predate the oral roots of the Vedic texts.


In a Wedding  Ceremony It comes After I pronounce you man and wife.




Originally, it was assumed that the bride and groom had not kissed before the wedding so this would traditionally be their first kiss, and in Roman times kissing was a legal bond that sealed all contracts. However, though many ceremonies do include this line, the kiss is not   traditionally a part of the religious ceremony.But now enjoyable part that seals the marriage between two people.



The Wedding Kiss

“If you like Nora Roberts, you will enjoy this series! My problem with these books, is once I start reading them, I don’t want to put them down!” ~ 5 star review for The Wedding Kiss


“I love this whole series and Lucy Kevin is an amazing writer. This was one of the first series of books I read on my e-reader and I could not put it down.” ~ 5 star review for The Wedding Kiss


Lucy Kevin is the “sweet” pen-name of New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Bella Andre (who writes the #1 bestselling series about The Sullivans). Lucy Kevin books are fun, flirty and romantic–without the steamy scenes.


BOOK DESCRIPTION: Rose Martin, proprietor of San Francisco’s premiere wedding venue the Rose Chalet, is trying to convince herself that the man she’s marrying in a week is the right one for her. But with only seven days left until he loses her forever to another man, RJ Knight, the landscaper and handyman at the chalet, can’t step aside any longer. He might not be a wealthy member of San Francisco high society like her fiancé, but RJ is desperately in love with Rose…and he’s pretty darn sure that she’s in love with him, too. Now, with help from the rest of the Rose Chalet staff, he just needs to prove it.


THE WEDDING KISS is the fifth fun, sweet, and emotional contemporary romance in the Four Weddings and a Fiasco series from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Lucy Kevin.


“Four Weddings and a Fiasco” Series
Book 1: The Wedding Gift
Book 2: The Wedding Dance
Book 3: The Wedding Song
Book 4: The Wedding Dress
Book 5: The Wedding Kiss


Wedding Tradition Around the World

Today is Wedding Traditions from all over the World! Do you have a family tradition for Weddings? 


Doodle # 29


The Church Bells are Rings Here!    Tomorrow is the Final Day for our June Wedding Doodles. Thanks for following along on our adventure.  Lisa


Wedding Traditions & Superstition – Wedding- Martha Stewart

Bells are traditionally chimed at Irish weddings to keep evil spirits away and to ensure a harmonious family life. Some Irish brides even carry small bells in their bouquets as a reminder of their sacred wedding vows, and they are a common gift for newlyweds.


In Italy, many newlyweds smash a vase or glass at their wedding, and they put a lot of muscle into it, too! Why? According to tradition, however many pieces the glassware breaks into will symbolize how many years the couple will be happily

Sugar Cube 

According to Greek culture, placing a sugar cube on the bride will sweeten the marriage.


Finding an eight-legged creature on your gorgeous gown might seem like a big-day nightmare, but English lore claims that it’s a good omen.


Tradition Around The World – Brides.com


And if  You Want more – How about Intergalactic Dating?

How about an Out of the World Wedding ? Aliens need Brides too.



Alpha Star: Big Sky Alien Mail Order Brides #1 (Intergalactic Dating Agency): Intergalactic Dating Agency


He will be lord of his own solar system, but he can’t claim the homeworld until he takes a bride. He needs the right mate to win his mating rings, but choosing one female from among the neighboring systems while slighting the others could start an interstellar incident—and this ex-mercenary starship captain has finally had enough of war. Where in the universe can a runaway cyborg prince find a naïve female willing to risk her life on the dangerous frontiers of space?

They’re looking for love in all the wrong galaxies…
Intergalactic Dating Agency
Big Sky Alien Mail Order Brides
#1 ~ Alpha Star
#2 ~ Red Shift
#3 ~ Dark Matter

Wedding Veils * History & Tradition

Today Wedding Tradition is part superstition – in that in My case I borrowed my Wedding Veil . I was having my hair done by a friend and I had not purchase one and she offered hers.   So it became my borrowed item for my wedding. But the Veil can have many symbols in many countries and religion.  Which make it a tradition for many brides.  Lisa 

So my Question is ? Did you have one? Length?

Bridal Veil Length Guide = Shoulder 20″- 22″ Inches , Elbow Length 30″- 34″ Inches, Fingertip Length 38″- 42″ Inches, Walking/Waltz 60″- 70″ Inches, Chapel Length 90″ Inches and Cathedral Length 108″ Inches.

Doodle # 28 th :



history of wedding veils. The history of wedding veils tells us that, in ancient times, the Greeks used it as a way of protecting the bride from evil spirits, while in Medieval times it was worn as a symbol of purity and chastity.

Wedding Veil   Etiquette  Answer ‘s Here  Bride .com

Planning a Wedding in 2017 – Latest Veil Trends Fashion Week


Yes ! Lori Wilde has a great series call – Wedding Veil Wishes  this book features an Irish viel . Enjoy –


Wedding Veil Wishes Series

Legend claims this antique Irish wedding veil can grant your heart’s deepest desire. But be careful what you wish for…
The moment Texas socialite Delaney Cartwright touches the veil, she knows she can’t go through with her wedding. And it’s not just because she envisions a stranger’s dark eyes and irresistible lips the second her fingers hit lace. But she can’t simply call the whole thing off. The nuptials to her nice, predictable childhood friend are the social event of the season (not to mention that her mother would freak). To fan the flames of this dying ember, Delaney abducts her fiance for a night of passion…and grabs the wrong guy! It isn’t her fault that Detective Nick Vinetti of the oddly familiar eyes and lips has crossed her path–and looks game for all kinds of sexy fun.
Now Delaney hatches an outrageous plan to get out of marrying: she’ll hire her own kidnapper. With an altar to avoid and a cop to dream of, this runaway bride is hoping a little Irish magic will unveil the true destiny of her heart.

Wedding -Six Pence

Today’s Wedding Superstition is the Coin Tradition. 


Coin Tradition in weddings –

  • In Great Britain, the well-known tradition of the bride wearing ‘something old, something new,’ originally stems from the rhyme, ‘Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe.’ A silver sixpence in the bride’s shoe is a traditional good luck wedding gesture and customarily, it is the father of the bride who places the sixpence as a symbol of him wishing her prosperity, love and happiness in her marriage.
  • Sweden has its own variation of this tradition; before a wedding, the bride’s mother gives her a gold coin to put in her right shoe and the bride’s father gives her a silver coin to put in her left shoe. The coins represent their wish that she will never be without.
  • More information Royal mint

My Wedding Doodle # 27




A silver sixpence in the bride’s shoe is a traditional good luck wedding gesture and customarily, it is the father of the bride who places the sixpence as a symbol of him wishing her prosperity, love and happiness in her marriage.

Wedding Superstitions – Something Blue

Today is Wedding day #26 – Yes I have been posting wedding facts , tips , links and doodles for 26 days. Only 4 more days of June Weddings -hope you had fun and maybe learned something new. 

Something Old,New, Borrowed and Blue 

Martha Stewart Weddings

We’ve all heard this rhyme used when someone gets married, but what does it mean? Wearing “something old” represents the bride’s past, while the “something new” symbolizes the couple’s happy future. The bride is supposed to get her “something borrowed” from someone who is happily married in the hope that some of that person’s good fortune rubs off on her. “Something blue” denotes fidelity and love.

Many brides like Me -uses a blue garter as part of our attire






Tossing the wedding garter is an old time held tradition. It is said that in the days gone past, the bride and groom had to show proof of their wedding consummation. In order for it to be proven, it was common tradition to have people like family and friends come into the room with the couple

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Bridal Garter Tutorial  from you tube video





Sunday Morning thoughts !

Happy Sunday !  From The Atchafalaya River –  Catfish Town of Louisiana- Melville.

It;s National Catfish Day !    – Check the Recipe Box for a Recipe .Catfish Amandine

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Now on to the good stuff !

Wedding Post  # 25


The horseshoe is probably one of the most well-known good luck symbols of the Western world.

The horseshoe has a long history of being a protective symbol.

The symbol is quite common in Egyptian iconography. It is also known in Islamic art.

The horseshoe is a very auspicious symbol, a charm used to protect against any form of evil and bring good luck.     Lisa

Cousin’s Day

Happy Saturday !

I’am on my way to Cousins Day ! Something my family started last year  -for all of the first female cousins -good food and gossip.  Will share more later. Lisa



A cousin is a relative with whom a person shares one or more common ancestors. In the general sense,cousins are two or more generations away from any common ancestor, thus distinguishing a cousin from an ancestor, descendant, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, or nephew.

My wedding post # 24


Cupids arrow – Cupid is winged, allegedly, because lovers are flighty and likely to change their minds, and boyish because love is irrational. His symbols are the arrow and torch, “because love wounds and inflames the heart.”