Ever have this happen to you? Your good friends invite you over for dinner and as they serve your meal with a nice glass of wine, they inform you that your drink will cost $3.50. I hope you brought some cash. I know. This has never happened. But it does at weddings and honestly, guests […]
Who likes leftovers? I do, but that is because it means I don’t have to cook. Again. However, I have restrictions on the amount of time that I will eat them. That is why I often question the tradition of keeping the top layer of the wedding cake for the first year anniversary. If you
…remember to include your out-of-town guests at the rehearsal dinner if you can afford the extra head count. Also – another nice touch (and becoming a custom, rather than an option) is to have welcome bags waiting for them at the hotel. Remember to include amenities such as; bottled water, munchies, breath mints, and such.
who thought of this? This is an interesting tradition that can be dated back to the 14th century when it was believed to have a piece of the bride’s clothing was to bring good luck. I’m guessing the brides back then got tired of having their dresses literally ripped off of them and came up
Clients ask me what I think about creating an A & B Invitation list. This is typically when you send out invitations to your wedding to everyone on your A list. You wait until you get the RSVP’s back and then based on that number – you send out invitations to the B list. Your
On a tight budget? Forgo the expensive floral arrangements and go for bold color! It’s the least expensive option and will leave the biggest impact on your guests. Ditch the white table cloths and spend your money on some cool linens. Anything with texture or satin will give the most impact; however, colored poly linens