Tips for Hosting a Dry Wedding

Tips for Hosting a Dry Wedding

Budget, Reception, Wedding Planning

Drinking alcohol has become such an accepted, and ubiquitous, social activity, some couples wouldn’t even think of having a dry wedding. But for some couples a dry wedding is exactly what they want. It may be for religious reasons, but it also might be that they are in recovery, don’t want the drama associated with … Read More

Stay Calm and Plan On

Stay Calm and Plan On

Budget, Reception, Trends, Vendors, Venues, Wedding

We are now 30 days into the Covid-19 crisis and it seems that the whole world is on pause. Weddings and events have been cancelled, postponed or altered. And we all look forward to when we can get together again with our friends and families. As the government starts to decide on how the economy … Read More

Beer, Wine and Liquor – Should you serve all three?

Beer, Wine and Liquor – Should you serve all three?

Budget, Reception, Wedding

Non-alcoholic beverages, like tea or lemonade, are typically supplied by your caterer. But what about alcoholic drinks? Unless you hire an independent company or add it on to your catering contract, you will probably have to purchase them yourself. Many couples choose to serve beer and wine only. Sometimes this is for personal reasons. But … Read More

Setting a Wedding Budget

Setting a Wedding Budget

Budget, Love, Marriage, Reception, Wedding, Wedding Planners

One of the most unpleasant parts of wedding planning is setting your budget and tracking your spending. According to this 2016 BRIDES study, more couples are contributing their own dollars to have the wedding they want. And we all know that money can be a source of tension in a relationship. To help avoid conflict … Read More