Posts Tagged ‘wedding’

Thoughtful Wedding Favor Ideas Your Guests Will Adore

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

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Sometimes it seems like the administrative decisions to be made for your wedding are endless! As rewarding as it is to create your perfect day, a lot of the fun comes with customizing the guest experience as well.

A big part of the enjoyment—and a great way for you to express yourself—is choosing your wedding favors. When choosing wedding favors, we recommend going with something your guests will actually use. But the best favors are something that connects to you and your experience as a couple. So let’s take a look at three fun ways to thank your guests for joining you on your big day. (more…)

3 Creative Ways to Remind Your Guests to Save the Date

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

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With new technologies enhancing our business and personal lives, it sometimes feels like life has never been busier. Whether it’s a wedding, birthday, anniversary, baby shower or any other celebrations, you don’t want to be just another appointment on your guests’ calendar. You need a way to be heard over the noise of everyday life while taking the opportunity to the stage for the tone and theme of your day. (more…)

3 Great Ways to Beat the Heat at your Summer Wedding

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

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There’s no question about it: Summer weddings are popular. People like the idea of walking down the aisle in warm and sunny weather. Who wouldn’t?

The downside, though, is that outdoor summer weddings can be hot. Brides and grooms want the balmy climes for their ceremony, but not so much that guests are uncomfortable. Need help thinking of ways to enjoy all the plusses and none of the summer heat minuses? We’ve got three great ways! (more…)

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall…

Wednesday, June 7th, 2017

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You use mirrors to spruce up your house—why not your next event? Mirrors can make a small venue look bigger, add a fun, romantic ambiance or work as your theme. Mirrors work best for indoor, evening events, and we’ve got some great ideas to help you out! (more…)

How to Use Social Media to Spice Up Your Wedding

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

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Social media has found its way into almost all aspects of modern culture, and weddings aren’t an exception. Of course, from the engagement through the reception, you should communicate with your guests how much of your wedding experience you want on social media, and they should respect your wishes. But even if you’re not a Facebook, Twitter or Instagram expert, there are lots of fun ways you can incorporate social media into your wedding, and we’re sharing a few of the best!
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Honeymoon Destinations for the Adventurous

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

It’s possible that your honeymoon will be a once in a lifetime chance for exotic travel, but it’s definitely a much needed break after the stress of planning and executing a wedding. It’s easy for traveling to become a low priority as life takes over, but since it’s expected after your wedding, you should be sure to take advantage of the opportunity! This week I’ve put together a few interesting honeymoon destinations that will prove memorable for even the most adventurous couples.

Chincoteague Pony

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Assateague Island National Seashore, Maryland & Virginia
If you’re lucky enough to get married at the right time (end of July!), you could take your honeymoon on Assateague Island during the annual Pony Penning festivities. The ponies, most likely the descendants of Spanish shipwreck survivors, are herded across the Assateague Channel during the Chincoteague Volunteer Firemen’s Carnival. The size of the herd is limited to 150 ponies so, after being checked by a veterinarian, each year most of the foals are sold at an auction benefiting the volunteer fire company. (more…)

5 Tips for Finding a Great Wedding Venue

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

Where to have your wedding? It’s frequently the first question that is asked post-engagement, and it can define the look, feel and date of your event. A misstep with other details can often be fixed by an expert wedding planner or a tenacious wedding party, but the location will affect almost every aspect of your big day. Here are five tips to avoiding location disaster:
Outdoor Wedding Venue
# 5 is Take Your Time!
It’s easy to get caught up in the moment the first time you see a venue and imagine your wedding there. Remember that you want your big day to be as easy on you and everyone else as possible so making sure a venue meets your logistical needs must be a high priority. (more…)