Are you feeling like you are truley struggling with having everything perfect for your wedding, but also making your budget? Look no further! This article from Brides.com talks about 7 wedding decor upgrades that are not worth it when you are on a budget. They say. "There are certain décor items that, while lovely and totally drool-worthy, won't necessarily make or break your big day, yet they could break that budget." Read the full article here.
This article says, "Bring out the best of the winter season at your cold-weather wedding with these festive, cozy cocktails!" That is exactly what they are doing! In this article from The Knot, they are sharing 6 winter wedding cocktail recipes that will surely wow your guests and even warm them up! Check out the full article here.
Are you looking for some winter wedding inspiration? Look no further! This article from Bridal Musings shows you 25 unique ideas for a winter wedding. In the article they say, "It’s the most romantic time of the year, filled with hot drinks, cosy evenings, tasty treats and festive decor. And such a special season to have your wedding." Read the full article here.
Are you wanting a small wedding and no reception? Do you keep putting off your reception? In this InStyle article, they are chatting with wedding planners who share how to have a wedding without the ceremony. Our founder Amy Nichols was featured where she shares about having a dessert-only get together, after you tie the knot. Read more ways here.
Changing seasons, changing trends, changing colors, there is so much change in flowers to choose for your bouquet. That is where this article from StyleMePretty comes in. If you are looking to simplify your life, here is a solution for your bouquet, only choose one flower! Check out the full blog post here, that shows photos of 20 gorgeous single-flower bouquets.
Are you thinking that a wedding planner is a fantasy, or that you don't need one? In this article from theeverylastdetail.com, the author outlines scenarios and why a wedding planner is a good investment. She say's, "Yes my friends- you NEED a wedding planner, you DESERVE a wedding planner, and you should have a wedding planner. Every engaged couple NEEDS a wedding planner. Planning a wedding is stressful, and no one should have to have any additional amount of stress than what they already have!" Read the full article here.
Are you looking to host a cocktail-centric wedding reception? It could definitely be a crowd pleaser! In this article from Brides.com, the author writes, "Some might read that and picture an overindulgent open bar and guests performing an overzealous rendition of "YMCA," but a true cocktail-focused reception celebrates the ways wine and spirits can bring people—and couples—together." Read the full article here.
Are you working on planning your wedding for 2018? Have you decided on a color scheme yet? If not, or you are looking for more colors to incorporate, this article from magnentStreet is for you! Check out all the gorgeous trendy themes for 2018. Mix and match the colors, plus get some pretty wedding decor ideas! Read the full article here.
Are you thinking, "I don't need a wedding planner. Of course I know exactly what I want my wedding to look like so I can do it all myself." Or are you on the other end of the spectrum thinking, "I don't even know where to begin." This article from Brides.com will help explain why hiring a wedding planner will help you in so many ways! Read the full article here.
It is fall y'all and we are loving the fall wedding vibes this year! The weather is cooling down and the comfort foods are coming out. In this article from food52, they are talking about the beautiful colors of fall and how to incorporate fall into your wedding. Read the full article here.
Have you seen all the wedding rules that you should be following? Many can be overwhelming. This list, from Livingly.com is a great oneto help you on your wedding day! One of the rules is triple checking your seating chart shared by Thumbtack wedding planner Renee Steelman, "Seating charts can either be heaven sent or a nightmare. Although seating charts are created to make the day easy and the dinner hour flow, one thing that brides rarely do is triple check their work." Check out the full list of the 25 wedding rules you'll actually want to follow!
Are you looking for some wedding inspration? Then look no further because Martha Stewart Weddings has rounded up some of the best photographers to follow here! These photographers will, "add a serious dose of beauty to your feed by following these talents who focus their cameras on big-day celebrations."
Amy Nichols, our co-founder, chatted with Brides.com about negotiating a refund with a vendor. "'If you find yourself disappointed after the wedding, you may wonder what your options are,' says Amy Nichols. First and foremost, look at your contracts. Read the article here to find out more helpful tips.
We are so excited to share that our co-founder, Amy Nichols, was featured in the MyDomiane post titled, "How to Write a Wedding Toast (When You're Staring at a Blank Page)". Amy talks about being sensitive to the couple, "Ask the couple if there are any sensitive topics. You might talk or joke with them about something, but they may not need all 150 guests at their wedding knowing that joke." Read about more tips here.
Have you ever moved and realized that you have photos galore? We don't want you to feel like that with your wedding album too, so here are some unique alternatives to hard copy albums. We are excited because one of our founders, Amy Nichols, was featured in this article as well talking about embracing technology; "Use technology to your advantage and put a selection of your favorite wedding weekend and honeymoon photos on an iPad mini in a spot where visitors can see such as your kitchen or living room." Check out the full list here, on Martha Stewart Weddings.
Are you someone who isn't sure what to buy during the wedding season? Well BoxFox is making it easier for you with these gorgeous bridal boxes! You can even personalize these curated boxes to make them extra spcecial for the bride to-be or one of your brides maids.