There's a good reason why reporters protect their sources--it's where
their most valuable content and ideas come from. This is true for
wedding writers, bloggers, and even planners themselves. You can get a
lot of wonderful ideas from wedding blogs (go here to check out the top 100 Wedding blogs to follow). But there are other sources you should use as well. Cookbooks, for example.
My current fave: Falling Cloudberries by Tessa Kiros. This book is just perfect as a wedding/entertaining reference, not only for the delicious food ideas, but also because the author plays homage to her family and its history. She has the most adorable family tree illustration. I could see this idea incorporated into a wedding feast quite easily. After all, the wedding is really a celebration of the past and the future of a family. Your family.
This post is a part of a series entitled Eco Chic Weddings//Revisited
which expands upon different wedding planning ideas within each chapter of
my book, Eco Chic Weddings (Publisher: Hatherleigh Press//Random House, 2007).