Check the Venueâ€™s Fine Print!
You enter the gardens and you know itâ€¦this is the place!Â Before you sign on the dotted line, make sure you read the fine print of any venue contract.Â Many venues, particularly those with catering services, will either require you... Read More
Guest Etiquette Basics
When you receive your invite, check your calendar, and if necessary, inquire with your work about time off, check into travel arrangements, etc.Â You should RSVP with immediacy. Do not let it sit in a pile with your other mail.Â ... Read More
Checklist & Budget Tools
Looking for something that will make wedding planning easier? Try the new mywedding checklist tool, which will allow you to organize all of your tasks in one central location.Â For your convenience, our checklist is pre-populated with the most common... Read More
Budgeting and Prioritizing
Chances are, no matter what your wedding budget is, you are going to have to make choices.Â Having a dream wedding isnâ€™t about having everything you want; it is about valuing what is most important to you, and planning your... Read More
How to Pick Your Ushers
Often a couple will pick men to serve as ushersÂ who â€œdidnâ€™t make the cutâ€ to be groomsmen, or they simply ask some of their groomsmen to serve double-duty.Â An usher plays a critical role is helping to set the... Read More
Fish, Beef or Chicken Nuggets? How to Accommodate your Pint-Sized Guests!
Photography by whitebox weddings – see more at www.whiteboxweddings.com Whether or not to invite children to your wedding can be a dilemma of unforeseen magnitude. Everyone, it seems, has an opinion and is not afraid to voice it. Loudly. Including... Read More
Setting the Scene with a Wedding Program
Photography by The Wiebners – Joel and Rita Wiebner – see more at www.thewiebners.com I have one regret about my wedding day, besides the fact that my dress fell down at the altar (thank goodness for flesh colored undergarments): That... Read More
Don’t Pass an Open Grave on Your Way to The Ceremony and Other Historic Wedding Superstitions
As it turns out, even if you walk down the aisle wearing something old, something new, something borrowed (anything but your skivvies, please) and something blue, you’re not doing everything that you can do to ensure luck and happiness in... Read More