In honor of celebrating their 10 year wedding anniversaries, Brittany and Heather recount their wedding days planned before Pinterest. No mood boards filled with a million different pictures of bouquets, the exact cake you wanted, and countless dress options- they did it the old fashioned way with Google searches and bridal magazines! They share all the details, including their favorite part and what they would do differently looking back ten years later.
What To Listen For
- Our cringe worthy wedding colors
- All the details from each of our wedding days
- Our most favorite part of our weddings
- What we would change if we could go back in time
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[…] It’s still summer break over here but today we bring you a replay of one of our most popular episodes ever: Our Pre-Pinterest Weddings. It’s almost impossible to imagine planning a wedding using only Google search and hours at Barnes & Noble flipping through bridal magazines (not buying them, of course, those things were expensive!) but, for better or worse, we did it. Check out the original show notes here. […]