Archive of ‘Wedding Planning Tips’ category

To Look or Not to Look?

One of the questions we always ask our couples at our initial planning meeting is whether or not they would like to have a “first look”, meaning that they will see each other before the ceremony begins. More times than not we get a divided reply. One person is fine with the first look while […]

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5 Ways to De-Stress While Planning Your Wedding

A wedding is the largest and most detailed party that many of us will ever host. It also just so happens to be a very personal and sentimental times of our lives. When you pile on a full-time job, a social life, and the learning curve that comes with the planning, you have a recipe for […]

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Creating the Perfect Place Setting

Adding place settings to your dinner reception is a great way to make your tables look full and inviting. No matter your budget or design, there are a few steps you can follow to create a beautiful and cohesive look. 1. Know Your Menu. The first thing you’ll need to do is select your menu […]

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Wedding Planning Tips: 10 Questions For a Venue

Selecting the perfect place for your big day can be a fun process if you know what style you’re looking for as well as the right questions to ask. We’ve found it’s best to go to several in one day, take notes at each, and then discuss the pros and cons over a relaxing lunch […]

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Wedding Planning: Tips to Stay on Budget

Once you become engaged, a very strange thing happens. The logical, money conscience, responsible side of the female brain suddenly finds itself in a battle of wits with the impulsive, emotional, “but this is once in a lifetime” side. This is what I call the brain vs. heart complex. Your brain knows that this is about […]

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