The Blog

We’ve launched themes especially for people planning and documenting their weddings, like the elegant themes Forever and Ever After, and the charming, playful Lovebirds and Blissful Blog themes.

Here, we’ll take a quick look at how brides-to-be gather inspiration, how couples can share event details with their guests, and how folks in the industry — like wedding planners and photographers — showcase their work and exchange ideas within the community.

Snapshots & My Thoughts

At Snapshots & My Thoughts, Ailee explores a number of interests — decor, travel, photography, and lifestyle — but also dedicates a section to planning her wedding. Browse the wedding category to read about her big day, from her wine country venue in Northern California to details that have inspired her along the way, from crafty invitations and maps to floral and cake ideas. The subtle, elegant, and feminine look of her blog complements the overall aesthetic of…

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  1. Ghislaine Trumbull

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    I was interested to find out how you center yourself and
    clear your thoughts before writing. I’ve had trouble clearing my mind in getting my thoughts out there. I truly do take pleasure in writing but it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes tend to be lost just trying to figure out how to begin. Any ideas or hints? Thank you!

    1. inredsquare Post author

      Thank you for reading my blog! I must say, it doesn’t come that easy, for example this last one I just wrote about, I started writing it and then it went in another direction all together. What I do is just write and put it all down while the thoughts are fresh. I can move sentences and paragraphs around later or scratch them out if they don’t quite fit. I hope this helps you. My problem is trying to figure out what to write about, because I’m not an expert in any field and so I just try to figure out a topic and start writing.

      Good Luck and Best Wishes,

      Kim Jackson

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