With more and more guests traveling from out of town to attend your wedding, securing a hotel room block is a must. This small gesture sets the stage for a memorable wedding weekend and shows guests how grateful you are they traveled to celebrate with you. Before you reserve your block, though, you need to know these seven things.
While the service a venue coordinator provides is crucial in planning and executing your big day, their services are meant to compliment a wedding planner, not replace one. Choosing to not hire a wedding planner simply because your venue has a coordinator could leave you overwhelmed during the planning process and on your wedding day. Here are the key differences between a venue coordinator and a wedding planner.
Creating a website for your wedding is vital to communicating important details with your guests. From travel and accommodations to ceremony details, your website is the hub for all things wedding. However, there is some details your website just shouldn’t include. Here are the seven do’s and don’ts of wedding websites.
No image captures the spirit of celebration on your wedding day more than a grand exit. The playful image of your guests having fun surrounding you and your partner smiling from ear to ear as you embark on married life is a shot you’ll want to frame. Your grand exit is an idea place to show some personality and have guests send you off in style.
While the most common grand exit takes place after the reception, you can also get the same effect by capturing the moment as you leave the ceremony. By doing this, all your guests can be in the shot and you have more options. Seven of our favorite ideas, regardless of when you do your grand exit, are...
Chances are you’ve been to quite a few weddings over the years. They all have similar elements and they might even start to run together in your head. Now that you’re engaged, I’m sure you want to plan a day that’s not only perfect for you but memorable for your guests. How do you do that?
Here are five ways you can make your wedding day memorable for both you and your guests.