Wedding Weekly #8: Breastfeeding Bride, Children at Weddings & DIY Wedding Treats

DIY Editorial | July 08 2016 | by Jenny | 1 Comment

Hello, ladies! Today we bring the 8th edition of wedding weekly, with lots of DIY videos that will teach you how to make awesome wedding-related things by yourself. We also found 2 controversial pieces of wedding news that we’d like to share and maybe get some insight on the matter on our Facebook page.
Without further ado, let’s talk about what happened this week in the wonderful wedding world.

1. Here’s a wedding dilemma some couples agonize over for weeks, weighing hurt feelings against practicality, and the party spirit against meaningful relationships: Should you invite children? A columnist at Salon wrote an essay encouraging absolutely all brides and grooms to open their events to his little ones. Here’s a closer look at his reasoning: [Salon]

2. Christina Torino-Benton, 30, decided to feed her nine-month-old daughter Gemma during her wedding ceremony to childhood sweetheart Danny Benton on June 18. The couple’s friends and family are used to seeing Gemma being breastfed, so no one commented and the priest simply carried on with the ceremony at the Resurrection of Our Lord Church in Lachine. Since this is quite a controversial topic, here’s the picture behind the story: [Telegraph]

3. Next, we’d like to share a wonderful nail tutorial brought by SharingVu. It features a beautiful, easy-to-do manicure suitable for every bride regardless of the wedding theme, season or dress color. Here’s how you can have beautiful floral nails without turning to a manicurist:

4. Last, but not least, we’d like to share an awesome idea for making your own summer wedding treats. It’s a recipe that require a little spare time, some fruits, soda/champagne/prosecco/whatever juice you can think of that goes with fruit and a freezer. Here is the video tutorial that will teach you how to make your own frozen fruit-flavored treats:

1 Comment

  1. Fred neumann

    November 01, 2016 at 5:26 pm

    Iam planing a Cajun wedding for both me and my fiance what Cajun band do you recommen
    We live invsantamonica ca

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