Taking a Break ... TO GET MARRIED!

Well, it's about that time. You know, to get married and become Mrs. Phillips! The planning is done! The journey is almost complete!

I'll be posting and tweeting up until the big day -"like" my journey at www.facebook.com/WeddingProtectorPlan and follow both WedProtector and GAPeachBride for tweets.

Once I become a married lady and settle into my new home with my husband (so weird to say that!) I will update the blog with all the details that I've been working on undercover and lots of photos!

Signing off for the last time as a engaged girl :)

Taking Over Panama City Beach - Bachelorette Weekend!

This past weekend my girls and I headed to the infamous Panama City Beach aka "the Redneck Riveria!" Growing up I went to PCB every summer and then went back for college Spring Break. It was only fitting to go back for my last "hurrah" as a single gal. Check out some of the highlights!

Love my girls and PCB! Always a good time!

{Untraditional} Music to my Ears

It's obvious, I am not planning the traditional wedding. So, why have traditional music? Fact: I played the violin for seven years. I was exposed to a whole new element of music in that time so I thought the wedding music selection should be handpicked. Sean, like usual, gave me free reign on music. We decided a long time ago what our first dance song will be and it is claimed under Sean's favorites. I don't normally like traditional, the normal, or the usual and it held true when it was time to pick the ceremony music. {If all goes as planned} from seating of the grandmothers  to the last members of the bridal party exiting after the vows, thought went into each music moment.

Okay so maybe my girl Britney won't be making a musical appearance in the ceremony but you get my point!

Cocktail music was also not going to be just fluff music - it is definitely a classy fun selection. After the wedding, I'll post the selection, but until then it's a secret. Keep your ears open!