Month: September 2018

Drawing Decoration Inspiration From Your Venue

While you can easily envision different pieces of your wedding, it can be hard to tie everything together before you find your space. Once you know where your wedding ceremony and reception are taking place, you can We offer several great venues you can use to host a beautiful wedding. Your venue can help you… Read more »

Making A Space For Kids At Your Reception

With the right planning, and a beautiful Texas hill country setting, there can be plenty to love about your wedding ceremony and reception. When it comes to your youngest attendees, you may need to make some accommodations. Kids can be great fun at a wedding. The arrival of your flower girl and ring bearer can… Read more »

Who Should You Invite To Your Rehearsal Dinner?

Your rehearsal dinner, that final event before your special day, can be a welcome moment with close friends and family before your wedding. Of course, it is more than a purely social gathering. The dinner follows your rehearsal for the wedding ceremony, which can make everyone in your wedding party feel more at ease over… Read more »

Creating Your Wedding Day Survival Kit

Effective planning really does pay off when you are preparing for your wedding. Taking the time to make the right arrangements, hire the right vendors, and set up a real plan for the day itself are all beneficial. With that said, you should still be ready in case something, even something minor, goes awry. For… Read more »

Honoring Your Family, And Their Traditions, At Your Wedding

Your wedding celebration will gather your friends, and your family members, to experience your commitment to your partner. While every guest matters, the presence of family is significant – after all, your marriage will mark your entry into your partner’s family, and vice versa. To reflect this, you may want to find extra little ways… Read more »

The Right Cocktails Can Keep Your Reception Lively

Your wedding reception can be a wonderfully festive moment for you and your partner. Sharing food, music, and important moments with your friends and family as a newly-married couple can make the reception one of your favorite parts of your evening. Of course, most couples are aware that one other ingredient can help a party… Read more »

How Elaborate Should Our Pre-Wedding Events Be?

Like your wedding itself, your pre-wedding events can take some planning. Your bachelor and bachelorette parties, your engagement party, the bridal shower, and your rehearsal dinner will demand time, energy, and some financial support. How much of these resources should you use on them? Elaborate or high-end gatherings can be fun, and they can help… Read more »

Working With Your Ring Bearer And Flower Girl

Your ring bearer and flower girl can be absolutely adorable, but less than agreeable when it comes to planning their part in your wedding ceremony. Even if they are well-meaning, and trying their best, they are still kids, after all. So what can you do to make sure they make their walk down the aisle… Read more »

What To Expect From Your Planned Photo Sessions

Much of your wedding photographer’s work will involve being in the right places, and finding the right images, to capture the spirit of your wedding. There will be those important pictures of you and your partner at the altar, lots of candid shots of people enjoying your reception, and many more important images you can… Read more »

How Involved Should Our Parents Be In Planning Our Wedding?

Your wedding is obviously an important occasion for you and your partner, but these celebrations are also meaningful to parents of the happy couple. While there is a long-held tradition of the bride’s family paying for the costs of a wedding, many are less observant of this standard. You may be paying for your wedding… Read more »