CategoryWedding

What to Wear as a Wedding Guest 

A wise man once said, “sweatpants, hair ties, chillin’ with no makeup on, that’s when you’re the prettiest, I hope that you don’t take it wrong.” And I didn’t, because that’s my daily look. It could be because I’m a mom, or simply because I’m too lazy and don’t bother to admit it. Hey, we’ll never know. Although Drake’s words of wisdom are tattooed in my head for all the right reasons, I cannot...

Top Color Combos for Upcoming Fall Weddings

The Autumn weather is upon us, as well as bridal season. The weather’s cooler, the trees are changing colors, and around sunset, the sky bleeds several distinct colors. It’s romantic, it’s perfect, and the ideal time to host your dream Fall wedding! These weddings consist of vibrant, rustic, and earthy pallets that make for an irresistible setting.  While there are hundreds of colors to choose as...

When Is the Best Time to Take Your Honeymoon

(Plus the Details on Having a Mini-Moon!) For those of you wondering, the answer is no, a honeymoon and a mini-moon are not the same things. Both are great and have their pros and cons but share a slight difference. By definition, a honeymoon is a long break taken in a faraway place which is most likely on the list of dream destinations. A mini-moon is made closer to home, consists of less...

Wedding Vendors That Are Worth Going the Extra Mile for

Your wedding day is the most exclusive, most anticipated day of your life. Or at least, I hope it is. Other people may not, but you will always remember this day to the last detail. That is if the circumstances are worth remembering, of course.  While your typical American wedding consists of the usual vendors, revenues, and traditions, why not make it a day to cherish for all your wonderful...

Tips on How to Keep Your Guests Comfortable at a Wedding

It seems like your whole wedding planning experience is focused on the dress, the cake, the reception, the food. It’s your special day so who else should you be focused on more than you? Sometimes, weddings are a once in a lifetime experience for us, so attempting to make it the best possible event is understandable. While only thinking of yourself is your God-given right on this particular day...

Top 5 Things Worth Embroidering Your New Name on 

Alright, I know what you’re thinking, and yes, I was thinking about it, too.  Do people still embroider anything these days? The answer to that question, my friend, is yes, they still do.  Why? Because embroidery has been and still is one of the unique methods of designs when it comes to apparel decorating. People see an embroidered item and immediately think it’s exclusive, it required steady...

How to Write a Thank-You Note 

You would think something as simple as saying thank you would be just that- simple. In a few cases, it is.  But there are events in our life where just saying thank you may not be enough, but attempting to arrange your appreciative thoughts into words may not seem so easy.  Besides, how do you even write a thank-you note?  via GIPHY Don’t worry; we’re here to walk you through it. ...

Top 10 Food Bars To Have At Your Wedding

The food at your wedding could make or break the night for your guests. Why not try something a little different and set up a fun food bar for your guests to have during the reception? A food bar gives your guests a chance to personalize their own snacks and have fun while doing so! Check out some of these tasty options to include at your wedding!  Sundae Bar A sundae bar is the perfect dessert...

Fun and Memorable Ways to Propose

How you propose is a memory that is bound to stay with you for the rest of your life. You spent nights tossing and turning, trying to figure out how you’re going to pull it off. We get it; you want it to be memorable, unique, and relatable to your relationship. If you’re the creative type, perhaps you’ve already figured out how you’re going to pop the question, and...

Top Bachelorette Destinations

(That Aren’t Vegas) Do you know what screams out ‘boring’? Having the opportunity to host a bachelorette party and choosing Sin City as your party destination. Why does everyone always head to Vegas, anyway? I know there’s so much more to bachelorette parties than half-naked men and getting so drunk that you forget your own name. Someone needs to redefine the whole event...

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