weekender– a person who takes a vacation or goes for a visit on a weekend.
(Photo by Caroline Arber for UK House and Garden)
Getting from the chapel to the reception site usually calls for a vehicle- traditionally a limousine. But if you want to try something a bit different how about a vintage V.W. Volkswagen bus. Talk about fun!
(Photo by Antony Nobilo for British Cosmo Bride. Styled by Sally Dixon)
People have asked me where the name for my blog Nibs comes from. While I was planning a blog, I had a collection of possible names that I emailed to friends and family for their opinion- Nibs was the clear winner! It’s really a play on the word nib which by definition is the point of a pen or pencil.
Then- The tip of a quill used for writing is referred to as a nib.
Then- A beautiful set of vintage metal nibs for fountain pens.
Now– One of my first designs for the header of my blog- Nibs.
Now- A pair of earrings created from vintage nibs.
Now- The best candy- Twizzlers Nibs!
The first time I heard the word frock was when I worked for Laura Ashley– the company synonymous with pretty floral dresses or should I say frocks. After several years of hearing it, it became part of my vocabulary. So, when I received the Lord and Taylor catalog with the title “THE BLUES party frocks” I was pleasantly surprised!
Floral print halter frock in blue silk charmeuse by Adrianna Papell.
I read somewhere that the key to a happy marriage is separate bathrooms- his and hers. This got me thinking of other things that couples would love to keep separate.
His car interior
What other things would you love to keep apart?!
(Photo- Apartment Therapy, French Marie Claire Ideas, American Homestyle and Gardening, Country Living Country Gardens)
Most couples in the 1940’s had small weddings that were sweet and simple- ceremonies were either done at home or in the church they attended, cake and coffee were served in dining rooms or church basements, photographs were taken by friends or family members and the honeymoon was a trip to Niagara Falls. To tell you the truth, I love this kind of wedding! Don’t you?!
(Photo by Nick Scott for British Cosmo Bride)