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Q&A with the bride, Samantha!
This is a tough one! I truly loved everything I received so far! I went the non traditional route and picked very unique, statement pieces that I could use immediately to decorate my apartment but will also last a lifetime to display in my future home. But if I had to pick, the Hermes China will last you a life time and you can mix and match with your everyday plates.
The lucite menorah doubles as a decorative vase and you can replace the oil caps with mini flowers. It’s such a stunning versatile piece and you can use year round.
Ummmmmm I think I had the most involved fiance when it came to selecting items for our registry... just ask Tracy! We are both very particular when it comes to these things. He wants more practical items and I'm very bold with my choices. But in the end we curated a collection that was timeless, with an edge.
I love Shabbat! It was a family tradition when I was younger and I hope to continue it with my family and friends.
Father of The Bride. I watch on repeat and cry every time 😂
Here On Out --Dave Matthews Band (Perry also proposed to me to this song!)
Definitely more serving and everyday pieces!
I try to cook as much as possible but Saturday’s we treat ourselves to a date night out.
Best piece of advice to a future couple planning during COVID-19. It’s easy for me to say this now, but trust me it took me many months to come to this realization. It’s so easy to get caught up in the small details and be overwhelmed by the situation and your surroundings. You dream of having a perfect wedding with all the traditional elements and events. But you realize the beauty of this situation is you can make your own rules and create new traditions and rewrite what a wedding means to you. In the end (and this may sound so cliche but it’s true) you have to remind yourself it’s about you and your husband and the love you have for eachother. If you want to be married just do it! You can plan all the other events later on!