Whether you’re the bride or the groom, wedding planning is a stressful and extra busy time. So much so it becomes easy to get caught up in the days and weeks of wedding planning and head into a heavy fog that revolves around candle holders and lace. But it’s really important to make sure the wedding fog lifts while planning, so you can take care of yourself and your other half. Now, if you’re in the wedding planning stages currently you must be wondering “Is that even possible?” because once you’re into it, it can be extremely difficult to catch a proper break. Continue reading
I’ll take a shot in the dark here at a phrase you may have heard throughout wedding planning: “It’s all about the guests.” I know that’s something I heard a lot and at first I was taken aback with the thought the our wedding day would be about the people attending more than it was about the two of us. But in reality, that statement held a lot of truth because as much as the wedding was about the two of us, it was also about celebrating the family and friends who supported us and helped our love grow.
When it comes to planning a wedding, finding and securing the venue of your dreams is pretty important. Whether you’re looking for a small space for an intimate gathering or large, sprawling ballroom for a big crowd, these points will apply either way. You want to consider what kind of wedding you really want, before even looking at spaces or venues. This means, sitting down with your fiance and really getting down to the base of what your both looking for and what will be considered a deal breaker.