The Dress

Posted by on Apr 5, 2017 in Marriage, Vendors, Wedding | No Comments

Once you got the dress handled, it’s all downhill from there.  – Helen Hunt in “What Women Want” Okay, maybe planning your wedding isn’t all downhill, but it can sure seem stressful especially after you are over the thrill of picking out your gown. For many newly engaged brides, dress shopping is a fun and ...

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What’s in a name?

Posted by on Feb 22, 2017 in Wedding, Wedding Planners | No Comments

Wedding planner, wedding director, wedding coordinator, day-of coordinator, month-of coordinator, full planning, partial planning…I Know, Right!  What do all these different terms mean? When you start looking for a wedding planner, you might have an idea of what that person does, but like most people, you are probably just saying “I need someone to help ...

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On a personal note… Engagement Season is Here!

This is an exciting time of year for everyone, especially wedding professionals. The holidays are a time of joy and they also mark the beginning of engagement season. Facebook analyzed posts and found that “1/3 of people get engaged between November and December.” With wedding season over, wedding planners look forward with excitement to working ...

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The Friendor Dilemma

Posted by on Oct 24, 2016 in Budget, Reception, Vendors, Wedding | No Comments

The Friendor Dilemma Your best friend loves to bake. Everyone complements her unique and delicious confectionary creations. You loved the cupcakes she made for your birthday. Now that you are engaged, she totally wants to make the cake for your wedding, but you have your heart set on this three-tier stained glass creation: And you’re ...

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Custom Wedding Invitations

Posted by on Jun 20, 2016 in Reception, Vendors, Wedding | No Comments

Custom Wedding Invitations Custom Wedding invitations should be more than just the who, what, when and where. While those details are super important, your invitations should also be a reflection of your wedding theme and highlight your style and colors. When your guests open that envelope, they should automatically get a feel for what is ...

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