Don’t be a slave to trends. They are only guidelines. Plan a wedding that best reflects your tastes and interests as a couple.
Glamorous weddings on a budget are possible with careful planning and some clever cost cutting measures. Ask us how.
There are no longer any rules about who pays for what at a wedding. In previous generations when brides and grooms were both young and living at home there was quite a strict protocol about who paid for what at a wedding. However with couples marrying later in life, marrying multiple times, and living together prior to getting married this no longer holds true.
Civil ceremonies, also referred to as secular ceremonies, are ideal for couples who are not religious in any way, who come from different religions, or are planning a same sex marriage.
You can successfully incorporate two cultures at a wedding. We do it all the time.
Live webcasting of your wedding ceremony is the next best thing to being there. You will be able to share your wedding with family and friends around the world.
It’s easier than you think to plan a Green Wedding. Many environmentally choices can be incorporated into any wedding.
Electing to send e-invitations is a great way to save money and be eco-friendly.
You can avoid becoming a Bridezilla by hiring professionals to help plan and coordinate your wedding.
Do not put cash only or gift registry information on a wedding invitation.
If you want to make your bridesmaids happy, choose bridesmaid dresses that are rewearable.
A dessert wedding reception is a delicious way to save money.
Black and White Weddings and still hot and here to stay.
Feathers are one of the hottest trends in weddings and it will carry over into 2010.
You don’t have to be Scottish to have a bagpiper at your wedding.
You can include your pet in your wedding ceremony and/or your wedding photography.