Brené Brown says, “We either own our stories (even the messy ones), or we stand outside of them—denying our vulnerabilities and imperfections, orphaning the parts of us that don’t fit in with who/what we think we’re supposed to be, and hustling for other people’s approval of our worthiness.”

I’m Wendy D’Angelo, a blogger, style, and food enthusiast, and the founder and editor of Married with Style. Launched in June 2010, Married with Style shares inspiration and design with a focus on my favorite things: beautiful home goods, fashion, food, DIY, entertaining, and snippets of married life with two kids. It’s a beautiful mess that I want to own, embrace every and cherish single day.

If the mood strikes, find me on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and Pinterest.

When I’m not glued to a computer, an iPad, or an iPhone find me:

Taking photos. I did my first solo photo shoot back in 2008, for a W.B Mason sales catalog. There were costumes and props and  4 AM call times and it was incredible.  Recently, I started doing maternity and engagement shoots and even have a wedding to shoot this spring. I  love working with families, couples, and especially children. I could style and shoot and pose and cajole smiles all day, everyday.

Styling weddings. Pinch me!! Because this is basically a dream come true!! I was hired to plan my first wedding by a lovely couple out in Cleveland, Ohio in the fall of 2013. I planned every last detail of my own 2012 wedding and loved every second of it. It was featured on Style Me Pretty here if you want to take a peek. From dreaming up the black and white-striped theme with touches of spring green and pinks, to actually designing the menus, programs, and seating cards in Photoshop, to personalizing our appetizers by choosing meaningful favorites, designing our wedding combined all my favorite things: entertaining, food, and beautiful decor.

Here’s the inspiration board I pulled together to share with our florist and other vendors:

Wedding Design
Being Active. I love going to the gym, yoga, Pilates, barre class, spinning, running…all of it. I’m training for my first 10K in fact. “Move your body, move your mind” is my most important personal mantra. Gotta get oxygen to those brain cells. I think more clearly when I start the day with a little sweat and make time for movement no matter what.



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