Colors by Season
Every season there are forecasts for the latest “it” colors for the seasons ahead. Often these are determined by the fashion and art industries. However, if you are having a... Read More
Order of Rehearsal Dinner Toasts
The host of the dinner, traditionally the groom’s father, starts the toasts during dinner. Some gatherings have only a few toasts, others can carry on for quite awhile, so best... Read More
Inspiration Board: A Modern Carnival Theme
It's a wedding carnival! Balloon animals, snow cones, hot air balloons and glittery eyelashes... Read More
Trying to Decide on an Invitation?
Your invitation is one of the first indications your guests may have about your wedding. Although you don’t have to, it’s fun to make an extra effort when picking out... Read More
Ask the Editor: When should I send my invitations?
I am getting married in July, and I know that there are several other weddings this summer that my friends may be attending. I want to give people plenty of... Read More
First Meeting with Florist
As with most wedding vendors, choosing the right one can seem overwhelming. Here are a few quick tips: Do your research ahead of time. Whether from their own websites or... Read More
Symbolism of Flowers
Particularly during the Victorian era, symbolism was an important part of the courting process. Flowers had significant meanings and when a beau gave one, it was his own sort of... Read More
Flowers by Season
Depending upon where you live and your shipping costs, it could be that you don’t have to worry much about the seasonality of flowers. However, here is a brief guide... Read More
Particularly at religious venues, wedding flower arrangements are often left there, as an additional donation to the church or synagogue. With this in mind, make sure that you don’t offend... Read More
Ask the Editor: Florist vs. Floral Designer
Are floral designers more experienced or qualified than florists? Monica, Kissimmee, FL No, they are usually two different jobs and you should not infer anything about experience or qualifications in... Read More
Your Floral Checklist
Below is a list of the most standard arrangements, bouquets, and other various floral products you will need for your ceremony and reception. Wedding Party: Bouquets for the bride, maid... Read More
Color Board: Clementine and Pool
Photo Credits: Shoes: Blixt Photo Centerpieces: Blue Bouquet Pillows: Allan Zepeda Cake and favor bag: Amy... Read More
Inspiration Board: Adding a Military Touch
Photo Credit: Silver airplane centerpieces: Robert and Kathleen Photography blog Bouquet: Donna Van Bruening Photographers Navy garter: Six Fourteen Photography Military favor tag: Lin & Jirsa Playful military cake: Heidi... Read More
Inspiration Board: Raspberry and Teal
Remember being a kid and sticking to the rule that red was for girls and blue was for boys? Well, that must explain why together they make such a harmonious... Read More
What Should be in the Ceremony Program?
What needs to be in the ceremony program? Include information about the service that some guests may not be familiar with. For example, some religious ceremonies attended by non-religious guests... Read More
What is a Pew Card?
Pew cards are an optional enclosure in a wedding invitation that let a select group of family members and friends know that they are to be seated in a special... Read More