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3 Looks for a Summer Wedding

It seems not too long ago when I shared three looks to wear to a spring wedding. But that season has come and gone so quickly, and summer is upon us. And it is the biggest season of the year for weddings, so chances are you have a few invites and may be wondering what to wear. It's pretty easy to figure out summer wedding attire if you keep the location in mind.

Of course you have the invite to start with as well. It should say "Black Tie Attire" or "Black Tie Optional" or perhaps something like "Formal Beach Attire," and it will have the ceremony time. Generally indoor evening weddings call for more formal attire than outdoor afternoon weddings.

For an indoor wedding, no matter what time of year, you can never go wrong with a Black Formal Dresses. An elegant knee-length cocktail dress, like this FAIRY COUPLE Women's Off the Shoulder Lace Vintage Wedding Party Cocktail Dress is perfect for a black-tie optional indoor wedding, while a sleeveless o…

Light Up Your Outdoor Space

Summer is officially here! Well not officially, but it sure as hell feels like it! It's time to fire up those grills, squeeze into those bathing suits...and bathing suit cover-ups, and do some outdoor entertaining. But since it's hotter than an under age vampire out there, you will want to do your outdoor entertaining in the evening. Here are some gorgeous and affordable ways to light up your outdoor space.

Paper lanterns are my favorite way to light up an outdoor space. Sometimes they can be hard to come by, but Pier 1 always has a nice variety. And while their furniture is expensive, their smaller accessories are actually quite affordable and very unique.












Unique candle holders and lanters are a beautiful way to display your citronella candles.
The one below is actually designed to fit around a table umbrella.









For the eco-friendly host/hostess, Walmart has several solar-powered options, and most of them are currently on sale!







The most affordable thing you could do is dig up your plain white Christmas lights and string them on an arbor, trellaces, gazebo, trees, or somewhere on your patio.


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  1. OOOOooo lots of those would look lovely on my deck lol!!! my hubby wont like you when he gets home lol!!

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