They say no matter how much you plan at home, you will never be ready for what actually happens out there, in the world. And this is just as true for wedding planning as it is for just about any other type of plans you may make in your life. Of course, nobody says you should not plan for the Big Day – but you should also make sure to be prepared for certain “surprises” as well. What are some of the most important wedding planning “unexpected events” you should get ready for?
Having a cocktail hour has become more and more customary among brides and grooms – and honestly, it’s a really great idea. It will give you enough time to shoot amazing photos and it will keep your guests entertained while you do this too. How to plan a beautiful cocktail hour, though? Here are some tips to inspire you: Create an atmosphere. Simply providing your guests with drinks is not enough – you have to set the mood for the party too. Offer them comfortable seating, ha
Oh, beach weddings! They are so fabulous almost every bride-to-be has considered the option at least once throughout her entire wedding planning process. If you are among those who actually settled for the idea, you will definitely want to find a color theme that works perfectly with the beach atmosphere too. Following, we have gathered some of the very best ideas out there – so make sure to read on if you need some inspiration. Navy and pink shades. Who said navy only works
Sometimes, couples feel constrained by “wedding etiquette” and they do things just because they are “supposed to”. However, the truth is that nowadays, you should only do things that actually please you on your wedding day. Obviously, this also includes choosing a wedding date that’s convenient for both of you too. Why would you want a long engagement, though? What are the advantages of “pushing” your wedding date? Read on and find out more. Less stress. Planning a wedding is