wedding etiquette

To Sit or Not To Sit

Every engaged couple we talk to asks the same two questions: Should we have a sit down dinner? and What about a buffet or food stations? It’s true that today’s... Read More

Sharing The Love

Photography by Anna Kuperberg – see more at I love small weddings. An intimate ceremony of forty or fewer affords possibilities that just can’t happen in a large gathering.... Read More

With Us In Spirit

A wedding is a joyful event that celebrates the union of two people who have found in each other a lifelong love. The ceremony symbolically affirms, and also legalizes the... Read More

Bachelorette Parties In Your Own Backyard

The Bachelorette Party, otherwise known as a “Hen’s Night” or “Stagette” or “Kitchen Tea” (this one comes from South Africa, where apparently the brides-to-be are demure and refined), is an... Read More

We Do!

There are many personal life situations that traditional wedding planning etiquette does not address. One example of this is how to incorporate children from a previous relationship into the wedding... Read More

52 Weekends

Photography by Cameron Ingalls – see more at As any bride or grooms knows, marriage isn’t just about a union between two people. It’s also a union between two... Read More

Celebrations and Memories

When wedding photographer, Ken Mendoza of Duende Photo was hired to shoot an engagement party, little did he know that his photographs would play a major role in the wedding... Read More