Do You Really Need a Wedding Planner?

Do You Really Need a Wedding Planner?

One of our most popular blog posts ever has been Why a Wedding Planner is Worth It. And as we are wrapping up what the wedding industry calls “Engagement Season”, and as more and more recently engaged couples are reaching out to us to help plan their wedding, I wanted to pop in and make sure to cover even more reasons why you need to hire a wedding planner.

Read More

The Best Wedding Planning Advice for Brides

The Best Wedding Planning Advice for Brides

A few weeks ago on Instagram, we asked our followers to help us and help our brides. We asked currently married people and wedding vendors to tell us the one piece of advice they would give to new brides and recently engaged couples. As promised, here are their answers…

Read More

6 Essential Steps to Create Your Wedding Budget

6 Essential Steps to Create Your Wedding Budget

If you’re recently engaged, you may already know that one of the first things you should do in regards to wedding planning is to set a budget. Your wedding budget can be overwhelming, especially if you don’t know where to start. But the reality is…before you start choosing a venue or choosing a color palette, you need to get a good handle on your overall wedding budget.

Read More

8 Foolproof Tips to Find Your Wedding Venue

8 Foolproof Tips to Find Your Wedding Venue

If you’re recently engaged, congratulations! You are probably excited, but you may also not know where to start when it comes to wedding planning. If you haven’t read this post, be sure to read it now and come back to this one. You’ll notice that one of the first 10 steps you should take after getting engaged is to set a date and/or choose a wedding venue. If there is a very specific date that you want to get married on, then go ahead and set that date in stone, and then start searching for a venue that is available on your date. If the date is flexible, then go ahead and start visiting venues you are most interested in, see when they are available, and choose a date based on the venue’s availability. But if you don’t know how to start in narrowing down your wedding venue options, we’ve got you covered today.

Read More