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Are you contemplating hiring a wedding planning or day-of coordinator?

Posted on November 12, 2018 at 1:25 PM

If so, don’t wait to the last minute to reach out! All wedding & event professionals book fast so if you like what you see try to get your professional reserved before someone else does!! We are booking 2019 and 2020 events now.


 


Kind words from a past client- Stephaine, Bride

Posted on October 30, 2018 at 4:20 PM

"Absolutely amazing and will highly recommend! Did an amazing job for our wedding. Couldn't be happier. Thanks again!!"


 

 

Timeline Talk

Posted on October 25, 2018 at 4:15 PM

Your timeline is the heart of your event. Whether you plan to have a day of planner or have your DJ run the show its best to have a timeline. Your timeline will keep your event on track. All of your vendors can work together as a team and be where they need to be when the time comes. Another benefit from the timeline is to stay within your contract agreements with your vendors to prevent overtime charges.

We are offering a special for couples who may not want a planner but would like a professional timeline. We customize each timeline according to your wishes. Please contact me for more information; click on the calendar tab to schedule your appointment!


Michelle

 

Average Cost for a Wedding

Posted on October 10, 2018 at 5:05 PM

Today the average couple can look to spend at least $31,000, who knew??? Depending on your area you may spend less or thousands more. For example, quiet country side verses New York City will make a huge difference. Carefully choose an area for what you can afford every little detail adds up.

Need some budgeting tips? Contact me today.

~Michelle

 

Setting Expectations for Your Bridesmaids

Posted on October 1, 2018 at 12:05 AM

Choosing your bridesmaids is an exciting process to planning your wedding day. Some of you may have picked out your bridal party as a child. However, we do need to clear the air with our bridesmaids right away. Let them know a head of time what you expect from them. Take some time and think about how much of the planning process you want them to be a part of, or do you just want them to be there the day of your wedding for support. Its best to let everyone know ahead of time as it will save frustration in the long run.

 

Being engaged is something special so makes yours remarkable!

Posted on September 19, 2018 at 5:00 PM

The rush of emotions after you said “yes” is probably overwhelming and exciting. I have some fun things to keep in mind during your engagement period.

Starting with your engagement ring. Some couples sit down together and discuss a budget before picking out the right ring. In some cases the groom will allow the bride to pick out her own engagement ring when the go to the jewelers together. This is to ensure she gets something she will want for a life time. However, if you are they type of couple who loves to give surprises than its safe to purchase the ring a head of time before the proposal. If you are the groom and you’re not quite sure what she may like then drop subtle hints to see what she may like, observe what type of jewelry she already has and wears often, keep your eye out to see if she pointed something out to you in a magazine, store, or complemented someone else’s ring or piece or jewelry. Keep in mind her style.

Consider engagement photos. This is a great opportunity to see what photographer you work well with. Pick more than one photographer to test out before you hire one for your wedding day. There may be one you work with better than the other. In addition you will be able to see the quality of your engagement photos, and you can make a better decision down the road on who you may want to hire for the day of the wedding. Engagement photos make great save the date cards and they will be fun to display on your wedding day.

Remember to keep the planning fun, this is a once in a life time moment with the one you love. The best thing to do is set your realistic budget and keep organized. Everything will flow from there. If you are stuck I can get you started.

Michelle

 

Wedding Dress Styles, how to choose the right one for you

Posted on September 4, 2018 at 5:00 PM

There are so many styles of wedding dresses to choose from! Here are some quick tips to narrow the selection down. The first thing you need to do is set your budget and stay firm on how much you can spend. If you over spend on your dress you may have to cut costs on something else. Next, look for a dress that fits the style of your wedding and the time of year you’re planning your day. Examples, choose a thin flowing gown for a summer beach theme wedding. For a vintage wedding maybe choose some lace. Overall, you want to feel comfortable; make sure you will be able to breathe, dance and enjoy your big day.

 

Fun facts The History of the Bridal Bouquet

Posted on August 23, 2018 at 12:55 AM

In ancient times the brides would carry aromatic bunches of herbs, spices and even garlic. This was to ward off any evil spirits that may prevent to couple from getting married or tarnish their marriage. In Some religions the bride and groom would wear garland around their necks to symbolize, new life, hope and fertility. The garland was made of herbs and spices that carried a strong smell. These smells were also meant to ward off evil spirits and were thought to have mystical powers.

 


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