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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.

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 

3 Reasons To Choose An Indoor Reception Location

When it comes to looking for a wedding reception venue, such as at Gold Canyon Golf Resort and Spa, you likely have a lot of great options. However, one choice that you must make is whether or not you want your wedding reception venue to be located indoors or outdoors. This will make a huge difference for your reception, so it is very important that you make the choice that you feel works best for both you and your fiancé. Read More 

Rent, Don’t Buy: 3 Pieces Of Wedding Furniture You Shouldn’t Get For Keeps

When it comes to you and your future spouse's perfect day, you don't want to leave anything up to chance – that's why it's important to check with your venue about furniture they have that can be used in the wedding and reception. However, depending upon things like the number of guests and any special physical accommodations, your venue might not quite have everything you need to make your wedding go off without a hitch. Read More 

Two Of The Best Fall Wedding Venues

If you are planning to get married in the fall, you may want to consider a wedding venue that will showcase the beautiful colors that are unique about this season. With the right venue, it is easy to take advantage of the beauty nature has already provided. Here are a couple of options that will allow you to do so. A Classic Barn - No matter what state you want your nuptials to take place in, there are beautifulbarn venues that are available for lease. Read More 

5 Ways to Help Guests Avoid Breaking the Bank at Your Destination Wedding

As you plan your destination wedding, you're no doubt trying to keep the costs of your big day from getting outside the budget. What can you do to help your guests avoid breaking the bank as they celebrate with you at your fabulous wedding venue? Here are five ways you can help keep everyone's budget happy. Negotiate Rooms. If you are spending money on a wedding venue at a resort or hotel, you can likely use that leverage to negotiate a better rate on rooms for your guests. Read More