Category Archives for : Planning & Budget
For introverts, quiet time to recharge is a powerful defense against burnout and overwhelm. “But when you’re a bride, right out of the gate, everything becomes about being around lots.
As anyone planning a wedding will know the catering bill is almost always the biggest strain on your budget. The cost of laying on a memorable meal for every guest.
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 may be living in an increasingly digital world, but there’s nothing like a wedding to get you to turn away from the screen and get back to paper, stamps, and mailboxes..
No matter where you’re having your wedding reception, whether an art gallery, a country club, or a tent on your parents’ lawn, you’ll need to figure out a floor plan.
The honeymoon is a much-needed respite after months of wedding prep. For many couples, it’s also the trip of a lifetime — the first long, exotic trip you’ll take together. While it sounds.
Congratulations! He popped the question and you said yes! Now what? One of the first wedding-planning tasks brides must take on is save-the-dates. But…many questions come to mind. You’re probably wondering when to send.