Lindsay Ruggieri

Lindsay Barrows Ruggieri lives in East Knoxville with her 3-year-old daughter and husband. Lindsay owns Custom Love Gifts, Events, and Prints, a company in the wedding industry offering Event Planning, Gourment Favors, and Wedding Stationery. Lindsay is co-owner of The Bride Link, which offers expert wedding planning advice, including a Youtube Channel and Podcast. Lindsay has Masters degrees from WVU in Industrial Relations as well as a MBA.

Let Them Eat Pancakes!

If you want to go for an easy breakfast while simultaneously winning the Best Mom award (because this recipe is sooooo good), let's talk pancakes. It's quick, it's easy, and it has the word...

How to Make Homemade Pizza Dough

If you are thinking of making some homemade meals, why not make everyone's favorite? Pizza! Making homemade pizza dough can be easy and fun for kids, and you can make it in bulk, so...

5 Things You Didn’t Know (and Nobody Will Tell You) About Postpartum Care for...

When I was pregnant, I did all of the things. I read all the books, took all the classes, and researched what to expect when expecting to the point that I expected it to...
How to Support Your BFF Going Through a Divorce

How to Support Your BFF Going Through a Divorce

Phases of life come and go. I watched my group of friends graduate high school, go of to college, graduate college, and then get married, buy a home and start a family. It seems...
Why We Don't Celebrate Santa With Our Kid

Why We Don’t Celebrate Santa With Our Kid

It's the most wonderful time of the year! The holidays are always a special time to spend with family, celebrate, and unwind before the new year. But there is something my husband and I...

Knoxville Holiday Craft Fair Roundup

With the holidays just around the corner, I am sure you are prepping your lists, checking them twice, and trying to figure out how in the world you are going to get all of...
Black and Blue Halloween Party

Black & Blue Halloween Party Inspiration

A couple of days ago I finally felt the crisp fall air coming through. It didn't last long and it was sandwiched between two 90°F degree days, but sure enough, it was proof that...