Wedding Etiquette Part 2 – The Wedding Guest
And now for the final topic in our “Wedding Etiquette” series – The Wedding Guest. Oh yes, even the unsuspecting and seemingly innocent guests have guidelines they should adhere to: Always RSVP! Never assume that the bride & groom know you are or not attending. This is an important factor because most vendors need a
Wedding Etiquette Part 1 – It Isn’t Just About Forks And Spoons!
Really, wedding etiquette isn’t just about what fork to use or how to properly wipe your mouth with your napkin (not your sleeve, please). It’s truly a sort of compass or guideline to help you in social situations that you may not be familiar with. For instance, did you know it is considered a major
DIY vs. The Wedding Planner
There are many age-old questions that people ponder daily, like “Where does the other sock go after you transfer it from the washer to the dryer?” “Why does the microwave say ‘Quick Minute’ when really, isn’t a minute a minute?” But then, the important question always asked in a future bride’s mind is “Should I
“Budget” Is Not A Bad Word!
“Budget!” There, I said it! If there’s anything we’ve learned from our prospective brides or clients, it is that there is a propensity to associate this word with “Can’t” and/or “Limitations.” We also find that to say “Budget Wedding” has a negative connotation. This is truly not the case. A “Budget Wedding” can be
You Said “Yes!” Now What?
Let’s face the fact – there is a lot of “Stress” in that “Yes!” After the celebration and fanfare, there is that moment, when the celebratory dust has settled, when both of you have a collective anxious intake of air called a gasp. What now? Should you immediately run out and purchase the bridal gown