May 2018

It’s one of our favorites over here at She Be But Little: the No Rules rule. Whether you call it thinking outside the box or marching to the beat of your own drum, we’re big fans of doing what feels right to YOU on your wedding day and ignoring everything else. When planning a wedding, you’re going to receive an overload of advice – things you should and shouldn’t do. While it’s definitely a good idea to follow the rules of proper etiquette, there’s nothing holding you back from planning a wedding...

Having gone through a wedding of my own and currently being a newlywed is surely working out for me. I have all of this brand new knowledge to share, and I feel like I can better relate to my bridal clients because of it. Oh, yeah, and I got myself a good-looking and sweet hubs out of all of it, so it worked out in that sense too! Being a bride is pretty glamorous, but changing your name after marriage is not. Why didn’t someone warn me?! Halfway through the name...

One of these things is not like the other. Kindest in the Valley recipient #03 is a two-for-one package deal – one has four legs, fur, and a tail that wags non-stop, and the other has a smile and a heart that could change the world. Lizzie Thoms is the prettiest little certified therapy dog, and her human, Joanna, is undoubtedly one of the kindest people in the Fox Valley. When Lizzie isn’t digging holes or snuggling with her daddy, she spends her time volunteering in hospice, putting smiles on the patient’s faces....

Packing for your wedding day can be quite the task, but the items you’ll really need are the items most easily forgotten. Coming from an event planner that just got married, here are the 5 items I’m thankful I had by my side on my wedding day!   1. Reception Shoes Standing only 4’11”, I chose ceremony shoes that had a 4-inch heel on them. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m glad I wore these gorgeous shoes for the ceremony and photos, but I was so thankful I had reception shoes to change...