Planning your Halloween wedding, Christmas wedding, New Year's Eve wedding, Arbor Day wedding? That last one probably isn't such a big deal, but the other biggies certainly can be. You're likely running into pre-made days off for more wedding frolic with your pals, but might also run into folks already on their own vacations. Here are some tips … Continue reading 8 Tips For Scheduling A Wedding Around The Holidays
Dress Accordingly Skip the big dress. Let’s face it: A ballgown belongs in, well, a ballroom. “You may be able to get down the aisle in a full dress and long train,” notes Paulette Davis of Bahamas Wedding Planner, “but walking on the beach and taking photos won’t be easy. If a large dress is a must, make sure it can bustle easily.” Think … Continue reading How to Plan the Perfect Beach Wedding
Pros & Cons of A Seating Chart for Your Wedding Guests Let's be realistic here...there are no cons to having a seating chart. I'm going to tell you like I do ALL of my couples. We're doing a seating chart and I promise, you'll survive. So, instead, I'm going to go over the Pros … Continue reading Seating Chart VS Free For All
When it comes to choosing your wedding cake, the options are truly endless. Buttercream, ganache, or fondant? Sugar flowers or fresh blooms? Intricate piping or a rustic semi-naked style? And we haven’t even gotten to the shape or flavors yet! All those choices are exciting (and delicious!), but it can also get pretty overwhelming. To … Continue reading What To Ask Your Wedding Cake Bakery.
Weddings are a time to bring family and friends together, but it might be difficult to decide who can and cannot come to your wedding. To begin planning, you should decide on how many people you can invite. Create rules and limitations for your guest list to avoid offending family members. Finally, writing multiple lists … Continue reading How To Create A Wedding Guest List