Entertainment can make or break a wedding as it plays an important role throughout the entire day.
The team at Andy Kushner Entertainment are all musicians inspired to create unique and special experiences. Their team creates experiences taking couples and their guests on a journey that heightens the emotional connection and fashions memories for a lifetime. They call this process Entertainment Design.
Entertainment Design is more than just providing music. It’s the synergy of premium musical talent and exceptional stage performance married with a personally crafted vision. From elegant galas to highly-energized dance parties, AKE's design evokes the atmosphere you envision.
I sat down with Rebecca Steele, Vice President of Andy Kushner Entertainment to talk a little bit more about this process and more!
There are so many elements that go into a wedding and when a couple first begins to navigate the planning process, there will be a lot of new vocabulary terms and understanding of the roles different vendors will play in that process.
In today's blog post, learn how a planner, event designer, or coordinator will work together with a florist to create a cohesive and gorgeous wedding!
I recently got to sit down with Marirosa Anderson, owner of Photography by Marirosa to talk about her photography business philosophies and some tips she has for couples when they start to think about their wedding photography.
SP: What is your wedding photography philosophy?
MA: I believe that everyone has a story and as a photographer my goal is to document that story as it unfolds naturally on your wedding day. I love...
Branding is a big buzz word these days and for good reason. Branding sets the first impression and creates the feelings around the branded element. This could be a company as well as your event or wedding.
Today, I'm sharing with you an interview with Johnna Hetrick who is the owner and designer at Twila & Co, a branding company that focuses on branding events (with invitations, day of details, graphics & more), branding businesses (with logos, website design, collateral & more) and branded paper goods and gift boxes. She says she loves the process of making things match and look pretty!
In celebration of seven years of same-sex marriage being legal in Washington, D.C., Mervis Diamond Importers has offered one lucky couple a pop up wedding. The contest was opened up to members of the community at the beginning of March, and Jonna Kate and Kimberly Sullivan won the contest just a week before the big day.
When it comes to wedding flowers and design, brides and grooms can have very specific ideas of what they want. Sometimes they have favorite flowers or sometimes they find pictures on Pinterest of ideas they want to incorporate into their wedding design. Depending on seasonality, these ideas may be easier or more expensive to execute and today our friends Gerry and Rebecca over at Petal's Edge Floral Design are breaking down for our readers what "seasonal flowers" are and how seasonality could affect your floral design.
Check out their advice in today's post!