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wedding planning from a man's perspective

As a man, I know next to nothing about planning a wedding. My fiancée and I agreed that we would work together to plan our wedding. She provided me with a long list of things that I was to do independently, a list that she was going to take care of, and a list that we would work on together. The minute she handed me these three sheets of paper, I knew that we were in for a long six months. That was when I started talking to her about hiring someone to help us with the planning of our wedding. Visit our blog to find out how we worked together with a planner to make our day the best it could be.

Want A Smooth And Enjoyable Wedding? Avoid Risks When Picking A Venue

Planning a wedding is a process that will require you to make many decisions. Some couples may be determined for their wedding to take place on a certain day or in a specific location. For instance, a couple that demands a wedding on the beach means that they will need to be prepared for nonideal weather conditions that may include rain, lightning, wind, and clouds. If you are more interested in a stress-free and enjoyable wedding venue that won't cause any complications, you should think about the things that you can do to avoid risks. Read More 

4 Tips to Help You Plan a Winter Wedding

Winter may not be known as wedding season, but it can still be a beautiful time of year to get married. Winter weddings are often inspired by the idea of a winter wonderland. Here are a few tips that will help you plan and style a winter wedding. #1 Add Some Winter Accessories to the Bridal Outfits First, you are going to want to invest in some winter accessories for your wedding party. Read More 

Summer Garden Wedding? 5 Practical Steps To Keep It Beautiful And Comfortable

Garden wedding ceremonies are beautiful and romantic. But they do involve some logistical challenges that indoor weddings don't have to deal with. What are these? And how can you create a more perfect outdoor ceremony in the summer? Here are five tips to help you. Don't Let Flowers Sit Most couples want to get the wedding venue set up as soon as possible so that everything is in place long before guests arrive. Read More 

3 Tips To Make Your Wedding Reception Extra Special

If you are in the middle of planning your wedding reception, you want to make sure that you take the necessary steps to make your wedding reception extra special. The key to a great wedding reception is to create the right atmosphere. Have a Fun First Dance With your first dance, you can really set the tone for your wedding. If you want to have a fun, spirited wedding where the guests get up and dance, you need to set the tone to start with. Read More 

Four Things To Look For In A Venue

Whether you are planning a business gathering, wedding, or general party, you will want to take a close look at the venue. Sometimes, when looking at a venue, you can become overwhelmed by the appearance of the venue. It's easy to overlook all of the little details when you are in awe of the beauty of the venue itself. Here are four things you also need to be paying attention to: Read More