Jun 26, 2010

  • Last updated on September 3, 2010 at 1:18 pm
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Another calm moment. I really felt unstoppable! I never felt so right as I did at this moment. I was ready to become Mrs. Noblela!

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  • Last updated on September 3, 2010 at 12:53 pm
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 Getting Ready was AMAZING! I had this indescribable feeling of calmness and serenity. It was a feeling I never felt before. At that very moment, I knew this was my day and no one could or nothing could ruin it. My morning was filled with my nearest and dearest family and friends nibbling on morning brunch and sipping mimosas. My hair designers and make up artists arrived bright and early to get my girls of 8 all dolled up. 

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My Attire

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Look at me =) I'm a BRIDE!!

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Check out my girls working their dress. Just gorgeous!!


  • Last updated on August 1, 2010 at 5:22 am
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During the course of my engagement, I decided to take on a professional music video (hehe) and took along my cousins for the ride. We performed to Wishing & Hoping. CHECK IT OUT!


My second video was filmed at our engagement party. I decided to do a surprise dance for him and once again, took a few of my cousins along for this ride as well


  • Last updated on February 8, 2010 at 11:32 am
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Going off the same style of my wedding invitations, I decided to carry on the look with our table numbers. 

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  • Last updated on January 26, 2010 at 5:00 pm
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If you see an image that is mine and you would like to use it, please give me credit along with a link directing back to my bio. If there is an image that belongs to you and has not been given the proper credit, please let me know so that I can get it rectified. =)

Thanks a bunch!

  • Last updated on January 20, 2010 at 5:49 pm
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OH-Em-GEEEEEE! You have no idea how happy I am with the outcome of our Save the Dates. I have been designing these STD's on and off back in July 09. So to see the final result, in REAL life, definitely makes the blood, sweat and tears all worth it!!

So without further ado, I give you our DO IT YOURSELF Save the Dates!!!

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And I can't forget our SUPER STAR vendors that helped us make it all happen. Reviews will be made but figured they deserved a quick shout out on this post!! =)

Inspiration: Jessica previously known as An Atlanta Bride 

Graphic Designer: Our very own PW girl ALEX TEBOW. We worked very close together with this project. Thanks Alex for being so patient with me ;) I recommend her for all your graphic stationary needs. She's the best to work with!

Magnets: Keith from Magnets.com is the MAN! He was so helpful through this whole process!

Folded Cards: 175 Metallic "Gold Leaf" folded cards were purchased from Cards and pockets

Print and Cut: Kinkos did a fantastic job of printing and cutting every piece. Service could've been better but the quality was PERFECT! Definitely worth the $170. 

***If you like this DIY project and want to use it for your wedding, please give me credit and a direct a link back to this bio. Thanks a bunch!! =)