We know wedding planning isn’t always rainbows and butterflies. For most of our couples, selecting table sizes, determining the right size linen for each table, and determining how many guests fit at each table is a headache. We are here to break it down for you so you know exactly what linen pairs with what table and how many people can fit at each table too!
There are a LOT of mixed reviews about hiring friends as vendors. Some say it saves money and limits the time you have to spend researching. Some say it may not be the best idea, especially if the friend is not a true wedding professional. Here are some things to consider and mull over before hiring your friends as vendors.
These days, there are 5 true options for your reception menu. There are pros and cons to each style of service. Food at your reception is one of the main focal points for your wedding & this is the biggest dinner party you will ever throw. Which means that the style of service and the menu you select, matters.
We know that not everyone believes in the value wedding planners bring to the planning process or believe it is necessary to hire one. Our goal is to shine a light on the work wedding planners do across the nation to ensure you have a smooth and fun wedding planning process and wedding day. Our intentions are always to ease your excited, yet sometimes overwhelmed and stressed hearts.
We were so excited to chat with Blush Bridal Lounge this week about everything you need to know when wedding dress shopping! Check it out below! Q: How far in advance do you recommend brides shopping for a weddingdress? A: We recommend anywhere from 9 months to one year out! It’simportant to start wedding dress shopping […]
Chances are, the majority of you are planning a wedding outside of the CDC’s recommendation of cancelling weddings for the next eight weeks. So what does all of this mean if you are planning a wedding Mid-May and beyond? What should your wedding planning look like?
You have spent the past 10+ months planning your dream wedding. All the details are in place. The day you have been waiting for is FINALLY almost here. And then you get news that your wedding has to be postponed or cancelled due to a global pandemic. So what the heck do you do?
We get lots and lots of questions about wedding websites; what to include, how to make it flow, how much information to give your guests, etc. Let us break it down for you so you know exactly how to make your wedding website equal parts cute & fun but also informative. Your wedding website is ultimately designed to educate your guests and make their life and experience easier.
Chances are, if you are getting married in a Church, your reception is at a different location or venue. While having two separate ceremony and reception venue locations is not the most convenient for your guests, there are things you can do and consider to make your guests lives a bit easier on your best day. Here are some of our tips and tricks for having a smooth transition from ceremony to reception.