I am honored to have been featured in two publications in one week! Trip Me Not was written up in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and United with Love back in March. Then, just a few short weeks later, I was featured in the Star-Tribune again. Wow! Thanks for the love, everybody!
Check out the links:
United with Love
Star-Tribune Write-Up #1
Star-Tribune Write-Up #2
The power of the internet never ceases to amaze me… Neither does the innovation of wedding professionals. I found this company online, and I’m so impressed with their product.
It’s called Save the Veil, and they’re magnetic veil weights that prevent your veil from being blown about in the wind. If you’re planning an outdoor wedding, Save the Veil is an absolute necessity. Just think of how you’ll feel if your veil is blown all over your face during the ceremony. Save the Veil will prevent that from happening.
What makes them really clever, in my opinion, is the fact that they can be used after your wedding to hang pictures. A unique and sentimental way to display your wedding photos!
Check out this fabulous product. Here are some close-up pictures, followed by a link to their website:
Save the Veil
I stumbled across this product on the web (ahhh… the magic of twitter), and I just had to write about it. Check out these engraved, wooden invitations. Here are a couple of examples:
They also do save-the-dates, like these charming ones:
No one will ever forget receiving one of these!
See for yourself at http://www.stampworldonline.com
No, they may not be as glamorous as you thought. I didn’t see Heidi Klum walking around anywhere, and I didn’t walk out with any free designer clothes. But it was a really great feeling to see my product come to life on a professional model!
We’ve come a long way since that first product pic…the one my husband took of my earliest prototype. I was the model, he was the photographer and we used the camera on his phone. Oh, my. Not a good combo.
Take a look at these pics to see the evolution! (But, no, I’m not including that first pic my hubby took. It’s too embarrassing…)
I am thrilled to announce that Trip Me Not will now be sold at Soliloquy Bridal in Herndon, Virginia.
It’s a beautiful store with a refined ambiance and lots of exclusive designers. It also has a number of features that make it unique: brides can skype with faraway family members while they shop, discreet appointments for high-profile clientele and bridal forums that answer all the important questions about planning a wedding.
I couldn’t be happier!