Month: July 2020

Tips For Setting Up A Wedding Welcome Table And Gift Table

While many of your decorative touches help you establish the theme of your wedding, and generally create a lovely setting for your celebration, some will have more practical purposes. The wedding gift table and wedding welcome table can both address the needs of your guests – your gift table gives everyone space to leave items… Read more »

Planning A Smaller, More Intimate Wedding Event

A wedding is an important life event, but that does not mean it has to be a large one. Some couples will feel that a larger, more elaborate wedding event does not suit them. The right space can make an intimate, less formal gathering feel magical, and give you the necessary room to show everyone… Read more »

3 Things You Can Do To Make Your Wedding Rehearsal Easier

Your wedding rehearsal can have more value than you initially realize. Many couples who expect that everything will go smoothly can find themselves running through the steps of their ceremony multiple times to make sure everyone is on the same page. Fortunately, when you take this matter seriously, it can be a productive and beneficial… Read more »

Choosing The Right Styles For Bridesmaids And Groomsmen

A wedding gown will receive no shortage of attention in the course of a wedding. Of course, this is just one of several outfits that might be seen at the altar during a ceremony. The happy couple will need to select attire for their wedding party members. The clothing worn by bridesmaids and groomsmen tend… Read more »

3 Things To Think About When Selecting Bouquets

In addition to selecting floral arrangements to decorate your wedding, couples will typically have bouquets for both the bridal party and the bride to carry. The bouquets add a splash of color to the (typically) white gown worn by the bride, and they also carry symbolic meaning. In the past, the choice of bouquet design… Read more »

3 Reasons To Consider Crafting Your Own Vows

While traditional vows recited by couples over time are still popular, many people have chosen to write something personal to share during their wedding ceremony. Sometimes, this is part of a larger effort to make a celebration feel distinct from other gatherings, but it also serves as a way to share what makes your partner… Read more »

What Should My Wedding Planning Timeline Look Like?

While weddings vary in size and style, the right wedding timeline can benefit just about every engaged couple. Setting your timeline helps you gauge how much work will go into different tasks, and it will help you organize different matters to avoid complications. Even a casual wedding with a small guest list can demand your… Read more »

Tips For Making The Most Of Your Outdoor Wedding Altar

One distinct advantage to hosting your wedding ceremony outdoors is that you have a beautiful landscape surrounding your event, and your guests. This can provide a stunning visual for your event while demanding minimal decorations. With that said, there are reasons to include some of your own decorative touches for your outdoor ceremony, particularly at… Read more »

Selecting A Bridal Gown For An Outdoor Wedding

The selection of the bridal gown can take time and patience. Even if you have a clear idea of what you want, it may take time to find a dress that has both the right look and right fit for you. As you plan a wedding with an outdoor ceremony, think about how your surroundings… Read more »

Should The Date Of Your Wedding Affect Your Event Plans?

How should a couple decide on the right date for their wedding? For some, the top priority will be choosing a date that gives them ample time to plan and prepare. Others may have a certain date they find meaningful, which can be more important than the length of their engagement period. Of course, there… Read more »