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 [...]

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 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 [...]

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 [...]

Friday’s Wedding Post

Hello - Friday  We came through Tropical Storm - Cindy with some rain and wind. We were lucking not to get more damaged by the storm. Storms are forces of mother nature and you can not protect what they will do.  Sorry ! About Missing Wedding Post- So Here two for Friday ! Lisa #22 [...]

DIY Wedding Vows

Today's Wedding post is all about the Wedding Ceremony it self. If its fancy or plan -just make it yours. How about including personal wedding vows. You can do it ! Lisa Some great links for help- Day of Dreams       Examples of Wedding Vows Wedding Paper Diva       Do it [...]

June is Wedding Month on LEL

June is also wedding Month. Today we are on Day # 20 -  June is still the most popular month to marry, followed by August, July, May, and September. The goddess Juno was the protector of women in all aspects of life, but especially in marriage and childbearing, so a wedding in Juno's month was [...]

Let them Eat Cake

Let them Eat Cake   Let them eat cake" is the traditional translation of the French phrase "Qu'ils mangent de la brioche", supposedly spoken by "a great princess" upon learning that the peasants had no bread. Since brioche was a luxury bread enriched with butter and eggs, the quote would reflect the princess's disregard for [...]