Planning an event can be more delightful than we imagine.
In my opinion, the first set is to set the overall style and decide what you don’t like, to start looking for what you want and wish to have and include in your event.
The fall event season is just around the corner, and if you’re planning any, these are my best tips and advice to save time, money, and stress.
I have gathered together all our best blog posts, where you can find all the information to be informed to save your time. Feel free to reach out in the comments if you need any assistance or if you have any questions about planning your wedding or finding the perfect personalized stationery for your big day.
Drafting and cutting your guest list might not be quite as fun as tasting cake flavors and add to that the fact that each of these special guests will cost you $84, on average. Do you still want to have all 400?
Staying organized while planning a wedding is no small feat. 47% of engaged and newlywed couples said the process was so stressful they considered eloping or getting married at city hall, according to a 2018 survey of 500 engaged and newlywed couples by Zola, a wedding planning and registry website. 56% reported elevated anxiety, 37% difficulty sleeping, and 10% loss of sex drive because of wedding planning stress.
After you’ve nailed down your vision, your budget, and your tentative guest list, the next thing you should tackle is the venue or venues.
Choosing where you’ll exchange your vows and celebrate your union is a big decision and should be given the proper amount of thought.
All eyes will be on you on your special day <3
As with anything else you wear on your wedding day, we recommend that you choose jewels that move the eye where you want it to go and that balance the overall picture.
For example, prominent earrings help draw attention to your face, a long necklace elongates your upper body and a bracelet helps to bling up your wrist.
Wedding invitations aren’t meant for emails, even if you’re having a small dinner at a restaurant or something more casual.
Emails are wonderful for many things, but formal events still require printed invitations.
Brides-to-be often ask me for guest entertainment ideas that will create joyful moments with family and friends, and this is one of my suggestions.
This is a bundle of 11 Bridal Shower games that will help to break the ice between your guests and pass the time while gifts are opened, and have an overall fun time at your bridal shower.
In these days it seems to be quite common to include your dog at your wedding. A dog always means a lot to a couple, and many couples treat them as one of their family members. That’s why many couples choose to have a furry friend as part of the wedding.
Why not let your pooch play a paw-t in your big day?