We had so many moving parts on our wedding day that we forgot the most important part and didn’t realize it until we were at our wedding night hotel! Can you guess what we forgot?
This or that, blue or pink, Coke or Pepsi. We all have our own preferences and we all have different styles, foods, drinks and even wedding themes we like more than others. The problem is sometimes bridal couples like so many things, they find it difficult to actually take the time to narrow down their wedding day preferences.
As a fun quiz for you and your boo to take with us, we have curated the “This or That: Wedding Edition” to help bridal couples choose their wedding day style without getting overwhelmed by the millions of options they are bombarded with on a daily basis.
Your a month out from your big day and you are READY! Well. Almost.
Last minute vendor emails and calls, creating the day-of schedule for your bridal party, creating and ordering the gifts for your bridesmaids, finalizing the RSVP guest list for your floor plan, confirming with your vendors for their arrival and departure times, figuring out if you need to tip certain vendors… the list could go on and on and on.
As a wedding planner, I see many wedding mistakes that are made time and time again by guests. No one wants to be the person who sits in the wrong pew or the wrong table. From making sure you’re dressed appropriately to knowing when to call the open bar drinks quits, we want to prepare you to be the #1 guest at each and every wedding you go to, so here are 10 common rules that all wedding guests should follow.
Many brides, including myself when I was planning my wedding, feel overjoyed when they book with a venue that comes with an onsite coordinator. They think “oh good! Now I don’t have to worry about who will set up my tables, tell me when to walk down the aisle and talk to my vendors.” The problem is - that isn’t what the onsite coordinator’s job is.
When I was engaged and heard the words “wedding planner”, my mind conjured up an image of a woman in a pastel pantsuit with a clipboard, a checklist of things I didn’t care about, and big price tag above her head. Because of that, I decided to forgo the wedding planner or day of coordinator while I planned my wedding, and while I thought my wedding was awesome, I know for a fact I would have saved sooooo much time, money, stress and arguments with my mom if I had invited someone to help us plan.