There is something so romantic about natural light mixed with candles and dark wood to create warm and moody photos. It also doesn’t hurt to have a beautiful couple to showcase it.
I was looking for an original concept and little observed in recent years. Following French blogs I saw weddings in greenhouses or botanical gardens. I loved it and then realized it was a great idea! With a decor like this, couples can enjoy a beautiful decor year-round. Even winter honeymooners can enjoy a warm and colorful place to take photos. Some wedding venue even have a greenhouse in their establishment. We love the decor with beautiful vegetation, flowers, and a beautiful table.
A destination beach wedding is a truly memorable event for both the couple and their guests. You’re given an intimate ceremony, a breathtaking backdrop for pictures, and can even combine your wedding and honeymoon! Pulling off a flawless event at the shore comes with a unique set of considerations to recognize before sending out your save-the-dates.
We all swoon over wedding magazines showcasing all of the intricate details of a couples wedding day. When the magazine is closed one might say “I am totally doing that for my wedding”, but then the day comes and those small details are forgotten.
Planning a wedding consists of large numbers of attendees and a million and one things on your checklist, this kind of work involves a lot of hard work, high levels of stress, time away from family and much more – and a lack of commitment will only exacerbate the latter. At the end of the day, it is your responsibility to yourself and others to give it your all. And to give it your all, you must want it with all of your heart.
Food is such an important part of the wedding celebration. When it comes time to “break bread”, it is important to make sure that the couple is thinking about all of their guests, rather than just ordering their favourite foods. Most guests will eat the same meal at a wedding reception, but there are always some exceptions whether it be for food restrictions, allergies, religious beliefs, or younger guests.
Wedding season is in full swing. We hope that you are as busy as you had wanted to be. If you are not, than keep reading because we are going to talk about some reasons that it might not have worked out as planned, and what you can do about it.
Talking about money can be scary, but everyone is in business to make a profit. If your business is not making money, it’s a hobby, and you work way too hard for this to be just a hobby!
We are so lucky to have the joy and awesome opportunity to create beautiful wedding days for our couples and even sometimes those within the industry itself. It’s a tricky job but there is no other feeling quite like wrapping an event with a huge grin on your face once the whole day goes freakishly well (and I have probably jinxed myself for the next wedding).