Create a separate email account just for wedding information.
Create a “wedding planning” email account to keep for all vendor information, sign ups for bridal shows, subscribe to blogs, and stay up to the minute on the latest wedding trends. An email address devoted only to wedding related information will make organization easy and consistent. All your vendor contracts will be in one place, you will avoid unwanted spam in your personal account, and it is easily accessible to you and your fiance. Feel free to personalize your email address and include your names or your wedding date. Now here’s the fun part, once you have had your fill of all things wedding simple delete your “wedding only” email address and pay some much-needed attention to your neglected personal account.
On Saturday April 14, 2012 Tracy Toscano and Jason Delong were wed at a local church and celebrated their reception at a Country Club. The room was filled with champagne and pink accents and was wonderfully lit with the candles on the tables, the draping with lights and fireplace which warmed the reception area perfectly on this cool Saturday evening.
The couple utilized mirrors and candles adding pale pink and ivory rose and hydrangea centerpieces on each table.
The couple kept it traditional will a simple three tired wedding cake and added a simple D Monogram topper to the cake.
The couple also incorporated the tradition of a grooms cake with a special marine corps designed cake, which tied in nicely since the groom was in full uniform for the wedding.
Happy Second Anniversary Tracy and Jason!
Don;t hide your budget.
Be clear about what you can spend when you meet with vendors. It saves time and will spare you from browsing fancier options that may tempt you into spending more than your means. Also remember, it is your wedding and their means of business so be polite.
Janell and Anthony were wed on Saturday, April 7, 2012. Andrea’s Photography photographed this amazing couple. They had their ceremony in a simple outdoor setting with a beautiful tapestry of orchids and willow branches forming a beautiful arch for the ceremony.
The whimisical cake was provided by Simply Cakes and adding done splendor to the evening.
Janell’s bouquet was bright, beautiful and accented with just a little bling.
Congratulations Janell and Anthony DeWitt on your second wedding anniversary and wish you many many more years of happiness!
Planning Is A Must
Weddings are big events in our lives and there is a lot of things to think about from hiring vendors, to picking the perfect location, to who gets an invite. Many people ask what is the first thing you should plan and prepare for your wedding. Well first, you should really think about who you are going to invite that way you can find a location that fits the size of your wedding party. You don’t want to fall in love with a great location that only fits 75 and then start your guest list and end up with 200 people you have to invite.
Next, you should find the venue for the big day. It’s best to start early because the venue may already be booked on the day you want to get married if you do not reserve it early. So before picking the perfect date and time think about where and when.
After you have your venue locked in, you officially have a wedding date and you can start filling in all the rest of the amazing details for you wedding like your dress, fittings, and alterations.
Remember, a little planning can go a long way and planning ahead will pay off in the end and help you get one step closer to that amazing wedding of your dreams.