In a previous blog, we talked about what a WeddingMoon is (if you missed it, be sure to click here to check it out). In this blog, I want to highlight some additional benefits for choosing Sandals or Beaches all-inclusive resorts for your WeddingMoon!
Hosting a wedding at a private residence may seem like a great idea…after all, you’re saving money on renting a venue, right? However, the things that we sometimes take for granted as being available at other venues are not at a private residence. Having recently coordinated a wedding at a private residence, I’d like to share some very important things to consider before you say yes to this type of wedding.
If you just got engaged, you probably want to tell everyone about the exciting things going on in your life, right? A great way to do that is via a wedding website. You can share the story of how you and your fiance’ met, how you got engaged, and as the details of your wedding start to be finalized (like your wedding locations and registry information), you can include that on the site too. You’re probably familiar with wedding sites from The Knot and WeddingWire, so today, we’d like to highlight a few that you may not have heard of.
The task of choosing a wedding planner is not one that should be taken lightly. The person you hire will be a part of your life for quite some time (a year or more in some cases), so it’s important that you take your time in making this very important decision. As you consider a planner, what qualities should you look for?
Your fiancé has ‘popped the question’ and you responded with a resounding YES! While you’re in a state of absolute euphoria, you should take some time to determine what your next steps are. You want your dream wedding, but it’s not going to happen without careful and deliberate planning. So, where do you start?? These are An Elegant Affair’s Top 10 Tips for getting started!
Wedding planning can be a lot of fun! Visiting vendors, tasting cake, and trying on beautiful are exciting parts of getting ready for the day you’ve dreamed of. When planning a wedding, you’re investing a lot of time and money, and you should want to fully understand where your money is going. That’s where contracts come in!
Today’s blog was inspired by several episodes of “Say Yes to The Dress,” a very popular show on the TLC Network. In it, cameras are following brides-to-be and their families and friends as they shop for the perfect dress for their wedding day. The things that struck me most were the reactions and behavior of mothers, sisters and friends as the bride goes through the fun, but arduous task of finding just the right dress for her. Here are some tips I’d like to share with those shopping companions.