If you were to go to Google or Pinterest and search "What to bring on your wedding day" it's pretty likely that you will find countless blogs and Pinterest lists on
Valentine's day is just around the corner. Love is in the air. Stores will be filling up with sweetly scented roses and delectable chocolates and treats, the greeting card aisles are already lined with brightly red and pink colored cards. Some of you may already be aware but did you know,
This may be a little different than my usual blogs, but sometimes a nice dose of reality is good. That reality is, being married is difficult. You will have challenges, hard times, sad times and arguments. I want all my couples to live happily ever after which is why I wrote this blog... in the hopes that it helps couples avoid one of the top reason people in relationships argue....
It's that time of the year again! Yes, "engagement season" is a real thing. Those jewelry commercials are all you see right now. Maybe you have even been dropping some hints of your own for your partner.
So there is no denying that when it comes to hosting a successful event, the right kind of music and the right personality behind the mic is crucial! So...... how do you make sure that you find the perfect DJ for your event?
These days the average cost of a wedding can be anywhere between $25,000 - $35,000. Yes, this is one of the biggest days of your life, but that is still a nice chunk of change to be spent on one day. If you're on a budget or just looking for some ways to save some of that dough, I have a few tips that may be helpful.
So you're engaged, you're happy, you're excited! Lately you have been hearing the advertisements on the radio, you're seeing it all over the internet. The biggest bridal show around is coming to town! For those who have never been to a bridal show, they can tend to be a bit overwhelming. There are large crowds, hundreds of vendors trying to get your attention, beautiful lights & amazing food samples. No worries though, I have some great tips to help you get the most out of your bridal show experience....
I feel like to be a good wedding planner it is my duty to be in the know of the newest and best venues and vendors in our industry. That means a lot of driving, networking and research. One of my favorite ways to get to know the new venues is by attending the wedding association luncheons. I am a part of an association that consists of some really amazing and talented professionals and every month they host a luncheon at a different venue. Let me tell you about this gem I found....
As a Wedding Planner I have spent lots of time reading blogs and articles that give insight to the latest must haves & no-no's of weddings. While I believe that a couples wedding should be whatever they want it to be and absolutely love when a couple goes with their own ideas that are unique to them, there is wisdom and inspiration to be found in these posts.
This week, I went to visit a new venue in Valley View, Tx "Whispering Oaks." Let me say, I will definitely be adding this venue to my list of recommendations...
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