Post Wedding Checklist

This helpful post wedding checklist comes to us from Larry Zimont of Ethan Lord Jewelers, based in Chicago, IL! Here’s Larry to tell us more:

Once a couple’s perfect wedding night is over, it is easy to think that all of the planning is over, and it is time to relax. What some people forget is that there are still tasks that need to be done after your wedding that can be just as important. Whether you want to keep some wedding night memorabilia or make sure to send out those thank you cards, here is a checklist to help you remember what still needs to be done after your big day.

Larry Zimont joined Ethan Lord Jewelers in 2008 and is focused on helping customers search for and find unique, one-of-a-kind engagement rings. To learn more about Ethan Lord Jewelers, please visit their WeddingLovely Vendor Guide profile.




Rustic Destination Wedding in Portugal (15)


This delightful real wedding, brought to us by Pedro Filipe Fotografia, is brimming with romantic details and Old Wold charm! Here’s Pedro to tell us more:

This is one of those weddings that remain in our memory. Sabrina is an Italian girl and Bruno is a Portuguese boy who lives in Switzerland since childhood and was in this beautiful country that they met.

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Tracy married in Vegas

It’s so funny writing this post; I never thought that I (the founder of a wedding startup) would elope in Las Vegas — and here I am a married woman! My partner Andrey and I have been together for almost five years and we were planning a Las Vegas trip anyways, so we thought — why not just get married while we were there?

I kind of consider this an engagement (regardless of the ring on my finger), and a year or so from now I’d love to have a big party/reception for all of our friends and family to celebrate with us — one here where I live in California, and another in Toronto where Andrey’s from.

I’m going to start writing up some more in-depth posts covering our planning for the Vegas marriage — spoiler, it was harder and more stressful than I thought it would be! — as well as all the plans I’m making for our reception a year from now. :) Stay tuned!

~ Mrs. Osborn (aaah that feels so weird!)