How To Set a Rainbow Inspired Table

Remember that rainbow birthday party with colorful details post we shared a few weeks back? We had so much fun working with such a creative team on that one and enjoyed creating custom details specifically for that project. We’ve always been big fans of custom details, but sometimes for large events like a wedding, custom details don’t make the most sense financially. When you’re adding custom and unique details to table or event that is catered to a smaller group, the fun is in every aspect. You can splurge or maybe hire a company, like Tremaine Events, to help with your vision. If you don’t think hiring a company makes sense financially, you should keep reading. Because today we are sharing our tips on how to set a rainbow inspired table yourself and make your guests feel like the rock stars that they are.


Wedding Registry: Kitchen Items Every Couple Should Have

Wedding Registry: Kitchen Items Every Couple Should Have

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, you know how incredible Amazon is.¬† From Amazon prime delivering to your home within hours, baby registries and our favorite tool, Amazon Lists, you’re pretty much able to find everything you may need or want in one place. We are super excited to share more ideas that we’ve been working on to make your life a little easier. Today, we’re starting our new series and excited to share all about wedding registries. First up… Wedding Registry: Kitchen Items Every Couple Should Have. (more…)

How We Clean Wax Off Our Vintage Candlesticks

As we continue to grow our business, we continue to realize the little things we’ve learned along the way that could be helpful to others. Whether it’s where we’re finding our inventory, what we’re looking at when we source or our opinions on everything in between, we love having this platform to tell you guys our input. One of the things we get asked a lot is how we clean things. We rent out tabletop, couches, rugs… all sort of things that require upkeep and cleaning. Today, we wanted to share a little bit more on how we clean wax off our vintage candlesticks. (more…)

Bridal Sessions Before Your Wedding Day: The Pros & Cons

Have you heard of bridal sessions? A bridal session is a portrait session of the bride, or the couple, in their bridal attire before or after their wedding day. These are a great way for you to not miss out on anything during your wedding but still get loads of portrait style photographs from your photographer. Typically, based on my knowledge, bridal sessions usually happen before your wedding day. This gives you an opportunity to print some of those beautiful images and have them in frames for your wedding day. It also gives you an opportunity to not be stressed out on your big day with feeling uncomfortable in front of the camera, dealing with last minute changes, or maybe being stressed on time. But, there are some cons to bridal sessions too… Today, we’re diving a little deeper on what we think about them. (more…)

How to Include your Dog in your Special Event

Are you sick of all these ‘national’ days that are celebrating things like pizza, handwriting & Star Wars day? I mean, there are so many national “this” day and national “that” day, someone has made a list just so you can get your ‘special’ days in order. This list is absolutely ridiculous with tons of food days like jelly bean day and doughnut day, as well as things that you would think don’t need a special day like Positive Thinking Day. There are also days dedicated to different careers like national dentist day. But, if there is one day that we think is worthy of celebration, it is national dog day. National dog day is coming up (August 26th to be exact), and we thought it would be fun to share our thoughts on ways to include your pup in your special event. (more…)

7 Boutonnieres for the Low-Key Groom

Floral Design: Primary Petals Photography: Sara Lucero

Seriously… What the heck is the history behind the boutonniere?¬†Some believe that the tradition of wearing flowers goes back as far as ancient civilizations like the Egyptians or the Aztecs, who were believed to wear certain colored florals to show their support for players who participated in sporting events. Others believe that the boutonniere tradition came about on the battlefields of civil wars in England, where each side wore a particular color or type of flower to distinguish friends and enemies from each other.Today, we’re compiling 7 Boutonnieres for the Low-Key Groom. (more…)