Category Archives: Wedding Planning

A Dozen Tips to Stay Within Your Event or Wedding Budget

Here are a dozen tips on how to save money while planning your wedding or special event on a budget: Avoid the Peak Wedding Season and/or Weekends. Consider setting your wedding or event date in late Summer or almost any … Continue reading

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Can I afford a wedding planner?

It’s happening! He popped the question, you said yes and the planning begins. Where do you start? What is the first step? There are so many details to planning a wedding, some of which can become daunting and overwhelming to … Continue reading

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What Does 20/20 Know About the Wedding Industry

If you are planning your wedding, you have likely seen the 20/20 pieces with Elizabeth Fargas regarding the wedding industry. Well, she means well. But if you notice, she spoke to few of the thousands upon thousands of industry professionals … Continue reading

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Wedding Gown Shopping Tips

Scheduling a shopping trip with one of my brides prompts me to remind you that when you are going shopping for a wedding dress, there a few things to remember: 1. Wear the undergarments you believe you will wear on … Continue reading

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What Women Want

Counselor Tara Hedman wrote an article entitled “What Little Girls Wish Their Daddies Knew”. I shared her article with my soon-to-be-a-dad son-in-law, but as I read through it, I thought, this not only stands true between fathers and daughters, but … Continue reading

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Wedding Party and Honored Guest Assignments

SPECIAL HONORARIES:(as part of the wedding party processional and recessional) The special honoraries are typically related or very close in relationship with the Bride and Groom and hold a special place in their lives; hence, their wanting to honor them … Continue reading

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