June 13, 2017

Open Bar vs Cash Bar

This can be a controversial topic, especially for couples who are on a budget or have friends and family that may take the open bar invitation to an unnecessary extreme. Regardless, my opinion on the topic stays the same. I am a huge advocate for open bar weddings rather than cash bar weddings. The way I see it, these are your guests and you’d never ask a guest to pay for a glass of wine […]
April 18, 2017

How to Handle Rain

With spring comes rain! Here’s my advice on preparing for the worst on your wedding day! Umbrellas Obvious reasons! Keep them at the front door before you hop in the limo. If it calls for rain, grab them and take them along. Photo locations Walk through the locations you’re thinking of using for photographs. Take note of the areas that are covered in case it rains. Backup Locations Always prepare backup locations if your first […]
April 11, 2017

Avoid Wedding Debt

Going into debt for your wedding can make each booking you make seem so much more stressful. There’s no need to put you and your spouse through all of that grief. Step 1 Look at your bank accounts and consider how much you are able to comfortably part with, without interrupting your safety net and daily expenses. Many couples have families that are interested in providing support for the big day. Whether or not your […]
April 4, 2017

3 Things to Include in your Wedding Speech

It’s scary to say a speech. All those eyes on you, ready to listen to every word you have to say. Before trying to gain some liquid courage, it’s important to write out a speech so you don’t miss any key points. Here are my tops 3 points to include in any wedding speech.   1. Gratitude 2. Something Special for your Spouse 3. Celebration     Visit us every Tuesday for more helpful advice […]