Seating Charts 101 – Putting Everyone in Their Place

Photography by Sarah K Chen- see more at www.sarahkchen.com It’s a common cliché in the wedding planning world: the headache that comes with mapping out your seating arrangements for the reception. Playing matchmaker isn’t always as fun as you might... Read More

Don’t Worry…We Hired Uncle Bob!

Photography by Parris Whittingham – see more at www.pswhittingham.com I recently photographed Gus & Laura’s wedding. Unlike many traditional couples, they decided to have a smaller celebration. The result was an intimate evening that was altogether personal and touching. I... Read More

Reasons to Have a Wedding Planner

Photography by J May Photography In my last blog post, I spoke about the importance of the “day of” coordinator to your wedding planning team. Now, I want to talk about the benefits of hiring a planner – not necessarily... Read More

William Fogler Talks About Color Matching and Balance

Whether it’s wedding etiquette questions, info on the latest styles and trends, or timeless advice, our in-house wedding designer William has the answers.Have a burning question about your big day? Send it to us at: info@mywedding.com or tweet it or... 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 ceremony of the same couple a year later. Dina and... Read More

girl-playfully-scolding-boy-76206 Non-Alcoholic Drinks for the Big Day

My fiance and I have decided not to serve alcohol at our wedding. Both of our families don’t drink and we want them to feel comfortable. However, we don’t want to come off like we are cutting costs on our... Read More

girl-playfully-scolding-boy-76206 Non-Alcoholic Drinks for the Big Day

My fiancé and I have decided not to serve alcohol at our wedding. Both of our families don’t drink and we want them to feel comfortable. However, we don’t want to come off like we are cutting costs on our... Read More

How to Handle Wedding Bloopers

Over the years, I’ve seen many wedding bloopers and mishaps. Some have been little disasters, some amusing additions that become fond memories. In my experience the most common bloopers are due to the inclusion of young children in the wedding... Read More

For the Grooms: Worst First Dance Songs

The fact that 50% of all marriages end in divorce is usually a statistic that most couples choose to downplay while planning their wedding. Well, for those whose glasses are apparently half-empty, we give you the top 5 breakup songs... 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 bond they share. And the party that follows is a... Read More

Expert’s Top 5 List for a Perfect Wedding Day

I’m engaged! Hooray! However, I’ve transitioned from glee to anxiety because I’m completely paranoid that I’m going to forget an important detail during my wedding planning. What advice would you give to help me make sure everything is perfect?- Marci,... Read More

11-ruffle-dress-shoes-bried-groom-107415 Want to Get Married Outdoors? No Sweat!

  There are lots of reasons to be married outdoors, and you don’t have to be limited to the hot summer months! With contingency plans, you can tie the knot in the great outdoors during any time of year (yes,... Read More

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 engaged couples have more choices than ever, which can be... Read More

Wedding Customs From Around The World

Photography by Cameron Ingalls – see more at www.cameroningalls.com Whether you’re just curious how other couples celebrate their wedding day around the world or want to add a little international pizzazz to your wedding-below you’ll find a collection of global... Read More