Day of service is invaluable to couples. However, over the years we have found that to truly execute a flawless wedding day, we need to devote more attention to our couples in the weeks leading up to their wedding. Today you are more likely to find a wedding management package, like ours, instead of a day of wedding coordinator and here’s why.
Many elements of a wedding are deep rooted in tradition. The reasons behind the wedding party dressing in matching outfits to why couples take a honeymoon can be traced back thousands of years. However, most couples don’t know the true meaning behind the traditions they’re determined to continue.
While it’s nice to honor our pasts, there are some traditions that are just not relevant in today’s time. Here are five wedding traditions that it’s okay to skip.
Say hi to Megan and RSVP Catering. Serving the Washington D.C. metro area, RSVP Catering prides itself on a commitment to service, excellence and quality. Their culinary innovation has made them the premier caterer for weddings, corporate and social events throughout the area for over 25 years.
A good caterer is one of the cornerstones of a great wedding and choosing the right caterer for you, your taste and your budget is crucial. We sat down with Megan to learn more about her, RSVP and what every couple needs to know when meeting with caterers. Keep reading to find out what she has to share.
For as long as any of us can remember, there has been two major things that separate wedding dresses and wedding suits. While there’s the obvious difference, the other is that dresses are purchased while suits are typically rented. However, renting isn’t the only option.
Kerilynn, a personal stylist with J.Hilburn, is sharing the five reasons why you should buy a suit for your wedding instead of renting.
From the time you get engaged until the day you say “I Do”, there are endless tasks you have to accomplish. Over the next few months your wedding planner will appear in your call log more times than your bestie and you’ll make more decisions about colors, fabrics, fonts and papers than you ever have in your life. While every minute of the planning is well worth it, your checklist doesn’t end when you walk down the aisle.
After you’ve said your vows, celebrated all night and relaxed on your honeymoon, here are the final tasks that will need to be accomplished.