WordPress.com prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 9,500 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Attractions in 2013
These are the posts that got the most views in 2013. .
Some of your most popular posts were written before 2013. Your writing has staying power!
How did they find you?
Some visitors came searching, mostly for table decorations for anniversary parties, homemade 50th anniversary centerpiece ideas, and decorations
Where did they come from?
Most visitors came from The United States. Canada & Australia were not far behind.
From Everyone here at CCwedblog and Creative Coordinators we would like to thank you for making 2013 so amazing about we look forward to sharing so much more with you in 2014!
Warm and Cozy Wedding Ideas From Martha Stewart Weddings
Cozy knitted ring pillows lend warmth to a winter wedding.
Collect just the right ingredients for to warm guests. Start with a large container of hot cocoa and a bag of mini marshmallows, measuring them out into individual serving sizes and placing them in small cellophane bags. You can also include two mugs, each filled with a pair of new, cozy socks.
A Winter White Wonderland Wedding
Abby spent many family vacations in Beaver Creek, Colorado, and always knew that she would get married there some day. But even though she and her future husband, Cliff, had dated since high school in Mobile, Alabama, she didn’t initially peg him as the groom. Four years of long distance on-again, off-again later, they got serious. She moved back to Cliff in Mobile, and a year and a half later, he proposed.
Abby wasn’t fazed by the prospect of long-distance wedding planning, and with the help of a planner, the couple pulled off a glamorous ski-lodge wedding, with bursts of metallic gold to play off Colorado’s snowy landscape.
Check out even more warm and cozy Winter Wedding Ideas at Martha Stewart Weddings.com
C & C
With 2013 coming to an end we wanted to remind you that planning ahead and giving yourself plenty of time will make the planning process so much more enjoyable.
We recommend that you finalize all your wedding details 10 days prior to your wedding.
Finalizing your timeline and wedding details in a timely manner allows to relax with family and friends during the remaining days leading up to your walk down the aisle.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner we thought we should some great holiday advice.
From none other than Martha Stewart
Starting off with Everything you need to know for a fabulous Thanksgiving.
Then our favorite the 10- Second Holiday Bar.
Enjoy your holidays!
C & C
Make sure to finalize all your wedding day details with your florist. Confirm delivery details and decided which arrangements will be moved from the ceremony to the reception site.
Don’t forget to plan for someone to move these items if your florist will not be on site after the ceremony to do so. If space and time allows we recommend moving all your ceremony flowers to your reception to fully enjoy them on your wedding day.
Also plan where those beautiful bouquets will be placed during the reception.
C & C
Keep a stick of white chalk handy while you’re getting ready. In the event that you spill or brush your dress against something take a stick of chalk and lightly “color” over the stain. Chalk is great for footprints on your train. The chalk will mask an unwanted splashes of color and keep your dress in pristine condition. Chalk is also fantastic for occupying bored flower girls and ring bearers. So keep some chalk on hand.