Month: November 2015

Tips for Throwing an Ethical Wedding

Weddings can be incredibly expensive, and they also sometimes unfortunately involve a lot of unnecessary waste. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to throw an affordable, ethical and earth-friendly event. It just requires some smart wedding planning while keeping a picture bigger than just your big day in mind. If you and your groom want… Read more »

Boost the Fun At Your Wedding Reception

Are fancy dances not you or your fiance’s style? Are you not sure you even want to have a dance floor at all? No one and no wedding planning rules say you have to host a traditional wedding reception. In fact, many couples are now shirking tradition, in favor of out-of-the-box options that can be… Read more »

Is a Destination Wedding Right for You?

Are you and your groom set on a wedding getaway, but facing pressure from parents or family to keep your nuptials local, instead? Many couples love the idea of a destination wedding, but face unexpected obstacles when they begin planning and then waiver on their decision. If you find yourself in that boat, and unsure… Read more »

3 Key Questions to Ask Before Booking a Venue

When planning a wedding the possibilities can seem positively endless or utterly overwhelming. But it helps to enter the planning phase with some key ideas about what matters most to you and your fiancé, so that the big decisions are a little easier to make, and the smaller decisions can just fall into place. Obviously… Read more »

Let It Snow: Winter Wedding Décor Ideas

Winter can be a wonderful time to host a wedding, one which might just have the backdrop of beautiful winter snows. But sometimes brides worry that a winter wedding means they have to go with monthly themes, such as traditional Christmas colors for a December wedding or New Year’s nods for a January celebration. On… Read more »

Tips for Creating Meaningful Wedding Vows

Want your “I do’s” to feel a bit more personal than the usual lines, “for better or worse?” It is possible to write vows that are meaningful and unique. And perhaps best of all, you don’t have to be a poet to pull it off, either. You just need to tap into your emotions, possibly… Read more »

What Brides Want in Wedding Photography: 2016

When it comes to prioritizing wedding planning, keep in mind that few decisions will have a longer impact than who you hire to capture your wedding day through photographs. While a wedding photographer has long been considered an essential investment, even photography goes through trend cycles. If you’re curious what new products and photo ops… Read more »

Fresh Ideas for Today’s Bachelor Party

Are the boys unsure how to help your man celebrate your upcoming nuptials? Many of the traditional bachelor party traditions have become outdated. Others are just too risqué to make many fiancés feel comfortable. If you want the guys to have a great time without making anyone uneasy, opt for one of the more wholesome… Read more »

Tips for Creating the Perfect Wedding Registry

Few wedding planning tasks are more team-building or downright fun for fiances than registering for wedding gifts. It’s like shopping without money, but also a great way to help take the pressure off guests who don’t want to guess at what you want or need. Before you hit your favorite store and start soaring through… Read more »

3 More Tips for Planning Your Winter Wedding

Winter may not be the most popular wedding season, but that can actually make choosing a winter wedding date a great way to create a memorable celebration. If you’d like to make sure everyone has a wonderful time, though, and don’t want to worry about guests getting cold feet about attending your winter wedding, take… Read more »