Typewriter Series #1 by Tyler Knott Gregson
So with my new typewriter I have been experimenting with just putting a piece of paper in and writing a poem as fast as I can. The nature of the medium is that I cannot correct anything, go back and change lines or alter what my original thought was, mistakes and all. I love it. Here is my first.
Read about a a Bride and Groom who read this poem during the ceremony. Beautiful.
For those of you that like to be different, a zombie engagement shoot. I would have so much fun with this.
Marriage Proposal Monday here!
Buzzfeed has some tips on how to do the perfect proposal.
Sorry I haven’t been around much guys. I’m working on my Honors Thesis so I can graduate college!! The subject? You guessed it: weddings. I’ll keep you updated.
Viral Video of the Day: One Crazy Wedding March Pisses Off YouTubers
Forget Wagner’s “Wedding March,” how about that one song about how Paris Hilton got famous? An Illinois woman’s happy-go-luck wedding entrance to Buckcherry’s 2006 hit “Crazy B**Ch” has been causing a sort of ruckus on YouTube today, stirring up a whole lot of resentments from YouTubers who say that the bride disrespected the “sanctity of marriage.”
Brides, take a good look. This how not to behave on your wedding day. And if you are going to play a song with profanity, get guests to leave their kids at home. Also, do not ever drop it low on your trip down the aisle. Classless.
P.S. I love that song, but its just not appropriate for the time and place.
Thank your guests with a poem.
It says, “It’s not about the flowers. It’s not about the dress. Its not about the gifts, or about all rest. Its all about the people, and bonds and love we share. Its about being around those for whom we care. We thank you for being with us as we start a life anew. We thank you for your wishes in everything we do.”
Esty Find Friday
Calligraphy paper cut wedding cake toppers for something different. This seller also does custom orders. The first cake topper is $70. The second is only $15.