Not sure what to get your friend who is a constant jet setter? If you travel a lot you know that the right essentials can make all the difference. I put together a list for the girl in your life who travels frequently making it easier to shop for her.
Thursday marked one month since Dave and I said our vows in front of 34 family members and friends in the tuscan countryside. We couldn't think of a better way to celebrate than to open a bottle of Italian wine and going through our wedding photos and video footage.
One of the hardest parts of planning a destination wedding is choosing the venue. If you aren't familiar with the area of your chosen locale, it can be a very daunting task. I was lucky to find my amazing wedding planner Jill who is based in Florence who made my dream day come to life.
You might be surprised to hear that I have a huge fear of flying. It used to be so bad that I would cry before getting on flights and would worry the entire flight that something was going to go wrong and I was going to die. About a year ago I decided I had to get over my fear as I loved my job and my personal travels and didn't want flying to be such a horrible experience.
My friend Emily Asher is the owner and designer behind Emily Rose Ink, a wedding invite and paper goods company. I recently sat down with Emily to gather some tips on how to approach wedding invites for a destination wedding. She shared five tips with me to help make sure your wedding invites are just as special as your big day.