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.
We are so excited that one of our founders, Amy Nichols, weddings was featured on Martha Stewart Weddings with gorgeous boutonnières. Amy said, "While some brides and grooms choose matching bouquets and boutonnieres, this couple decided to go in a different direction. The bride carried bright pink blooms, while the groom and his groomsmen wore bright orange ranunculus with light pink ribbon." What a neat idea! Click here to see all the Insta worthy boutonnières.
Wedding favors. Sometimes they are adorable and sometimes they are tacky. An article on Martha Stewart Weddings is giving us some great ideas on adding labels, so we wanted to share! When you give your guests their wedding favors, they'll probably get the point. "It's always a nice touch to add a label, either with a funny quote or pun or a helpful clarification of what they'll find inside." They have created labels for you to download and print at home to use on your big day! Check them out here. Let us know in the comments below if you think this is a cute idea!
Being wedding planners, we have seen some crazy things that brides and grooms have written their vows on. We have also seen some really cute ones, like some of the ones shown in this article, on the Martha Stewart Weddings website. Check out the 14 image slide show to get inspired to have a notebook to write down what you want to say on your wedding day or even get a great gift for those couples who are getting married!
Did you know that many gorgeous flowers are edible, so you can add them to your wedding plate? No, well it is true! "There are plenty of deliciously edible petals—roses, peonies, lavender, and pansies (just to name a few)." Check out the beautiful inspiration in Sublime Spring Desserts Featuring Edible Flowers on Domino. Scroll through these beautiful, delicious desserts and find the one that will be the most lovely addition to your next spring fling!
Some weddings trends just don’t stand the test of time as well as others. If you’re not sure what trend is hot or what trend is not in the wedding world, simply take a look at 10 Wedding Trends the Pros Would Love to See Die, Amy‘s latest contribution on Brit + Co. Wedding planners know wedding trends very well and our founder, Amy, has compiled their opinions on which trends to ditch. She offers new suggestions to get out with the old and in with the new! If you want a fresh, stylish wedding, this great article is for you!
Summer is here and wedding season is in full swing! Are you heading to a wedding, but you just aren't sure what you should wear? Rent the Runway has a great option for you, with a large range of sizes. Check out the top 30 dress to wear this year for weddings above and visit this link to see how it works.
Restroom amenity baskets are a nice, thoughtful touch for a wedding. They can make your guests feel right at home on your wedding day! We recommend the Signature Restroom Amenity Basket from Marigold & Grey. This basket includes anything and everything your wedding guests may need, plus it’s beautiful.
You need an entire team of vendors to pull off a successful wedding. While it is customary to tip vendors as a "thank you," there are other ways to thank your vendors that they will appreciate. Lovely shares eight great ideas of ways to thank your wedding vendors in this article.
Before you get engaged you may think the only upcoming event is the wedding; however, you will first likely celebrate your engagement with an engagement party. Traditional thrown by the groom's family, engagement parties are a chance to show off that ring. But, what else should you expect at your engagement party? Poppy Group co-founder Amy Nichols shares her "do" and "don't" for engagement parties in this Martha Stewart Wedding's article.