Month: August 2020

Who Should We Ask To Collect Wedding Gifts And Decorations?

While it is a beautiful, memorable experience, your wedding day can be long and busy. In the hours before the ceremony begins, you and your partner – along with your wedding party members – can meet to prepare for the wedding. Many couples will have errands to run and tasks to manage before they arrive… Read more »

Should We Extend Plus-Ones To All Of Our Single Guests?

While guests in committed relationships can expect to receive joint invitations to a wedding, single guests are not always given the option of bringing dates. You and your partner have the freedom to extend plus-ones to all of your guests who are unattached, or you can choose to limit the option to bring dates to… Read more »

Choosing A Wedding Day Look That Truly Suits Your Groom

While there can be less pressure on the groom to find the right attire for the wedding day, their style choices help set the tone of your wedding. While a groom’s clothing choices should feel like a good match for their partner, finding the right outfit is about more than just keeping everyone’s style consistent…. Read more »

Honoring Parents’ Roles In The Wedding Celebration

The parents of the bride and groom are often featured throughout a wedding celebration. They can also be involved in the planning process, as well as many of the pre-wedding events that take place. Whether you intend to host a traditional event, or want to do something different with your wedding, you can find space… Read more »

How To Communicate With Guests Using Online Tools

Throughout your engagement period, you can field questions from guests and wedding party members. Fortunately, you can address some of the most common questions and concerns in advance by setting up a wedding website. The website you create lets you share more than you can fit into your invitations or save-the-date cards. Because your wedding… Read more »

Choosing The Theme You Want For Your Wedding

While the typical wedding is shaped by many popular traditions, couples have a wealth of choices when it comes to making their event their own. As you think about the way you want your ceremony and reception spaces to look, and what kind of celebration you want to host, your ideal wedding theme can take… Read more »

Tips For Couples Who Are Ready To Take Engagement Photos

Before your wedding day takes place, you and your partner will have the chance to pose for photos that celebrate your impending union. Engagement photos tend to be taken shortly after the proposal, giving you enough time to select favorite pictures for a wedding website, or even for the invitations you ultimately send to guests…. Read more »

Common Questions That Couples Have About The Reception Meal

What kind of plans should you make for your wedding reception? The reception and ceremony should share a theme, and exhibit the same degree of formality. In other words, the plans you make for your ceremony should influence the details of the reception, including what you plan to serve for your meal. This helps establish… Read more »

Making Time For DIY Projects While Planning Your Wedding

Is there time in your engagement period to work on DIY wedding projects? If you are someone who is comfortable with crafting work, you can have a relatively simple time making space on your calendar for work on pieces to feature at your wedding ceremony and reception. However, if you are relatively new to these… Read more »

Finding Time To Plan Your Wedding And Honeymoon

How hard will it be to plan a wedding? Some people are naturally comfortable setting deadlines and tasks for themselves, while others can struggle to keep up with the demands of arranging an event. With that said, adding event planning to your current daily demands can be difficult even if you are fantastic at staying… Read more »