Friday Bridal Booty Give-a-way! {Comment to Win}

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This week, we are giving away a fabulous gift package, courtesy of David Tutera's "My Fair Wedding". Included are Pearl Finish Paper Cones (as pictured above), My Fair Wedding, the book (for brides still seeking inspiration!), self-stick rhinestones, and self-stick shimmer stones (for a little extra glitz and glimmer for your invitation envelopes or decor!)

It's no wonder that David Tutera has become such an iconic figure in the world of weddings and lifestyle. After all, he started his own event planning business when he was just 19, and he has skyrocketed since. David is now called the "Best Celebrity Wedding Planner" by Life & Style Magazine. David has written several books related to the trade and stars in his own prime-time show, "My Fair Wedding," which airs on WE TV. He also opened STEM by David Tutera, a full service retail floral shop and gift boutique. David appears at many lectures and conferences and now has his own wedding dress line, David Tutera by Faviana. He has appeared on several talk shows and in many publications and most recently teamed up with Jo-Ann Fabrics & Crafts to launch "Down the Aisle in Style", a line of accessories and embelishments for stylish brides.

Comment for a chance to win - this week we want to know if you have a specific wedding element that you're simply stumped on. Let us know and maybe we can help kick-start your inspiration!


kaitlinry's picture

We are in the same boat! We would love a non-traditional location like a barn or rustic space in Southern VT. We are thinking of renting a home and a tent. Did you find anything??? Thanks!

jana's picture

Congrats to Vanessa - last week's bridal booty winner, enjoy the My Fair Wedding swag!

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hezzrozz's picture

Well, WellWed, I am completely stumped by flower choices.  I want simple yet stunning floral arangements and bouquets for my Spring wedding, but have no idea where to start!  Help!


am1104's picture

I'm stumped on whether or not to do a first look or to wait for pictures after the cermony. Part of me really wants to stick to the tradition but the other half wants to just get all the pictures done before the ceremony so I can spend more time with family and friends...

beverton's picture

I am a religious "My Fair Wedding" watcher... I absolutely feel like alot of those bride on the show although I dont think I have an actual theme like most of them; right now I have a hodge podge of things going on and a wedding that is fast approaching in August. I am doing a tented wedding with an outdoor ceremony by the river that runs through our property. The ceremony area is what I am most stuck on because its outdoors and near the water, most people would say use the natural elements however I still want it it be a little more polished and unique, I believe this giveaway would give me the inspiration and the much needed boost to know what to do for the ceremony area :)

GorgonGirl's picture

I too am stumped on a wedding venue.  I would love to have a non-traditional location like a barn or loft space.  However, I'm finding it very difficult to find anything.  I don't want the wedding to be at a hotel or restaurant since I'd like to be free to choose my own vendors. 

LCBC2012's picture

We are stumped on a venue for our wedding. We love non-traditional weddings but it seems to do it that way cost way more money than we are capable of spending. I don't like the term "catering hall" but its beginning to feel like that's the way we're going to have to go. Any money saving tips on venue choice? LBCarey

kjaquish381's picture

"specific" element that I am stumped on, not really, the whole thing, maybe!!!      I know I am using sunflowers and blue hydrengias as my bouquet, thats as far as I have gotten.   I do have 18 months to get things all sorted out, but I have heard from one too many brides that the time just flies by.  I feel this prize package may be just what I need to jump start the creative juices (although I would love David to do my wedding this will have to work LOL)

vapinto's picture

Dear Well Wed,

 I am very stuck on an element that has been driving me nuts for quite a while, and I feel like I am going in circles---favors. I cannot decide what to do for a favor that is reasonably priced, memorable and useful. I am having my wedding at a Vineyard and first I was going to do bottles of local wine, then I switched to homemade cookies, but I decided to incorporate that into my dessert bar. Then I was going to do personalized notepads because I am a writer..but I am still not sure. I thought of everything from wine corks, to honey (my favorite ingredient in foods) and jars of strawberry rubarb jam. Please help :-)

 Best Always,


christine_martelle's picture

I am stumped on the transportation element.  It's a winter wedding so fintage cars are out.  We have a very small wedding party so we dont want to get a limo.  We are thinking of renting a town car, but arent entirely sure.  Also thinking of renting a nice car from a car rental company and having a family member drive us so save a little money.