The Coronavirus situation is changing rapidly. And with the new recommendations and states going into lockdown, we are at the point where you have to postpone your wedding. If your wedding was planned between now and June, you need to postpone. You have to. There isn’t an option anymore. We all have to be socially
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Coronavirus, coronavirus, coronavirus. It’s everywhere. And it’s on everyone’s mind. Events are getting cancelled left and right. But, what does that mean for your wedding? Can you still have your wedding despite the Coronavirus? Whether you’ve just started planning your wedding or you’ve been planning for months, the idea of giving up on your wedding
Every 4 years we get a leap year. Which means our year becomes just a little bit longer. We have one more day to get things done. One more day to plan your wedding. But, what if you had a whole extra year to plan your wedding? Or an extra 6 months? Or an extra
Q: I just got engaged and my partner and I have started to talk about the wedding. And it turns out he doesn’t really care to have a wedding. He wants to go to the courthouse and then just have a small, simple dinner with family. And while I want something intimate, there are a
As with any industry, weddings evolve over time. Every year new wedding trends come out. Everything from colors to flowers, menu items to decor change. And like fashion, wedding trends come and go. What’s cool or hip or “in” changes. Remember when photobooths were the new hip thing? Or when mint green was everywhere? Or
Q: My parents and I have very different ideas of what we want for the wedding. So much so that there have been some very heated conversations. My parents are paying for most of the wedding, so I know they get a say. But, how much say do they actually get? How do I have
It’s coming up on the end of the year. The holidays are in full swing! But, with everything going on, what’s happened with your planning?! Wedding planning at the end of the year is different from planning the rest of the year. Why? Purely because of the holidays. Once the holidays hit, everyone starts slowing
One of the most painstaking parts of planning your wedding is undoubtedly the seating chart. Because it’s all about figuring out where to seat people so that everyone’s happy. Your divorced parents can’t be too close to each other, but still both need to be in a place of honor… The friend who used to
When it comes to your budget, the holidays are pretty much the worst time of the year. EVER. There is so much spending happening! From parties and outfits to gifts and decorations, it can feel like money is just flying out the window. The holidays are fun! But, man it can cost a lot. But
If you’re planning a destination wedding, one of the most important things you’ll be doing is a site visit. Because it gives you a chance to see, touch, taste, hear and smell everything. Since you don’t live in the area, it’s your chance to really experience the destination, the venue and your vendors in person.