New Orleans Style Wedding Favors

New Orleans Style Wedding Favors

Gone are the days of handing out Jordan Almonds and dinner mints as wedding favors, but are you having trouble thinking of an alternative? Let the great city of New Orleans inspire you to create wedding favors your guests will truly enjoy. Here are a few favor ideas...
Alternatives to Wedding Place Cards

Alternatives to Wedding Place Cards

If you’re a bride that is aiming to make your wedding unique, then plain or traditional place cards may not be for you. If you have a certain style or theme in mind, choose a place card option that will compliment your look. Here are a few alternatives that are not...
Wedding Day Prep from a Florist’s Point of View

Wedding Day Prep from a Florist’s Point of View

When planning a wedding, it’s easy to let small details slip through the cracks or assume you don’t have to book certain vendors far in advance, such as a florist. Whether you have a wedding planner or you’re doing things on your own, contacting a florist should be at...
New Year’s Resolutions with a Wedding Twist

New Year’s Resolutions with a Wedding Twist

The new year is officially in full swing, and for those of you planning a wedding, the start of 2017 may feel a little hectic. Making resolutions and setting goals can make all the difference between you being a “bridezilla” or a “bridechilla.”  Here are a few simple...
Destination: Vancouver Canada

Destination: Vancouver Canada

With the recent turnout of the United States presidential election, a lot of Americans have been saying they want to move to Canada. Well since Canada’s getting so much interest, we thought…hey why not give you some beautiful venues where you can get married?...
Who should you tip for Weddings and Events?

Who should you tip for Weddings and Events?

It’s about two weeks before your event and that small little word creeps into your mind…tips. Tipping is not required but is of course appreciated in the events industry. There is a lot that happens behind closed doors that the customer doesn’t see and a little bit of...

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