There are so many details involved in planning a wedding, that it’s easy for a few things to get lost in the shuffle. While for the most part, a missed detail here or there won’t ruin your big day, there are some things that could really throw a wrench into your day! Take a look at these seven things that most people forget to consider when planning a wedding.Giving yourself enough time to collect RSVPs
While we want to be courteous and give people ample time to respond, it’s important not to wait until the last minute to collect …
Pick Your Venue
The first thing you want to start with when planning your wedding is picking your venue. If you start with a firm date in mind, you may limit your venue options. It’s often better to stay flexible on your date until you know what your dream venue still has available. Once you lock in your venue, you will know the date options available to you!
Set a Date
When setting your date consider more than just whether you like the combination of numbers. Think about holidays and any other family events that may be taking place around …
4 Unique Event Planning Trends to Try in 2017
In our last blog we discussed the new trends for event rentals in 2017. To expand upon this topic further, and to offer some more insight into what we can expect to see take center stage in the New Year, this week we’re focusing on the unique event planning trends you’ll definitely want to try!
Take a look at these four creative elements you can incorporate into your wedding, graduation party, corporate event or family celebration!
Whether your event is a large corporate conference or a small backyard BBQ, …
If you’ve been thinking about getting married, but don’t want to deal with the hassle and expense of throwing a big wedding, a surprise wedding might be a great fit for making it official while keeping it fun.
Since New Year’s Eve falls on a Saturday this year, hosting a party – and then throwing a surprise wedding with your family and friends there – would be quite the way to ring in 2017! It’s easier than you might think. Take a look at our tips for throwing a surprise New Year’s wedding.
Get everyone together
First and foremost, you …
Traditionally speaking, wedding planning is most often handled by the bride and her family or friends. However, planning a wedding can be a stressful and an overwhelming time, making it all the more important for the groom to lend a helping hand. And what better way to show your soon-to-be wife how much you care than by adding some of your own special touches to your big day?
Here are a few areas of the wedding planning process that are perfect opportunities for the groom to get involved. Take a look!
Dress the Groomsmen
If you are a sharp dresser …