Category Archives for : Planning & Budget
With everything that goes into the planning and execution of a ceremony and reception, there’s plenty of room for things to fall apart — including, but not limited to, rogue.
We know the happy couple in this picture and have had the fun of taking care of their dogs when they travel. I know how close the four of them.
Table numbers are an essential reception element: They are usually displayed at the center of each table to help guests locate their assigned seat. But you don’t have to stick to.
Who doesn’t love a photo booth? From the coin-operated version printing photo strips at your local arcade to high-tech green screens and GIF booths, there’s something so fun about grabbing props.
Instead of a basket filled with flower petals, give your flower girl something more fun and creative to carry down the aisle. Here are our favorite flower girl alternatives guaranteed to get.
I had a lot of surprises on my wedding day, and I thought I’d take those learnings and create a top 10 tips on practical advice. Obviously everyone will have.
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.