You’ve been planning your wedding for months now. Maybe for years. You found a venue and a vendor team. You created a design and figured out all the details and logistics. And now, all your hard work, time, effort, blood, sweat, and yes, maybe even some tears, has come up to this point. To your
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Wedding planning can be really stressful and overwhelming. So the key is to take it step by step. But the reality is that there are lots of things that go together. There are lots of things that need to be thought about at the same time. Like your vendors and your design. They are different
Once you have your wedding vendor team in place, there is usually a sigh of relief. Because a big chunk of your planning is done. And that’s true. Finding your wedding vendors is big part of your wedding. It’s also hard work. And you should take a breather! But what many couples don’t realize is
Q: People keep asking me what my wedding colors are, but it’s so hard to pick just a couple of colors. I like a lot of colors! So how do I narrow it down? And do I have to pick just two? I love this question because it’s such a common one. Or perhaps the
So once you have a wedding venue and date, what inevitably comes next is hiring wedding vendors. Or in other words, the rest of your team. And this whole process, like finding a venue, can take a while. It can also be confusing, frustrating or just plain overwhelming. Because it’s not just one vendor you’re
When you think about your wedding, what do you care about? What’s important to you? There might be lots of things you care about or only a few. But, I would bet your guests are one of the things you care about. Perhaps it’s what you care about most. When I talk to couples about
What’s the #1 question you’ve been asked most since you got engaged? So… when are you getting married? I’m sure you’re nodding your head right now in agreement. But here’s the thing… You can’t answer that question until you have a wedding date. And you can’t have a wedding date without a venue. Finding your
COVID has made planning your wedding hard. You basically lost the last year because for various reasons it just didn’t make sense to plan a wedding with all the uncertainty. But, with all the good news regarding vaccinations, declining COVID rates and states opening up, you’ve decided it’s time to restart your wedding planning. Or
The first step to planning your wedding is always the foundation. Because you need that in order to plan anything else. But what comes next? While nailing down a date and venue is usually number one, it’s also important that you start working on another thing. And that thing might not be something you realize
The last year has been tough. But if COVID has given us anything, it’s a greater appreciation for the people we love. Because people are the most important thing. And with every couple I talk to, the same is true when it comes to your wedding. Your people, your guests are the most important thing.