Wedding Ideas Blog
Are you a DIY bride? Check out this stylish DIY stationery for your wedding! They have quality products with unique finishing touches that will wow all of your guests! www.gartnerstudios.com/wedding You can purchase the supplies for your invitations, programs, menus, etc either online or at your local Michaels Store, Target or Office Depot. The supplies…Read More »
Listen up ladies! All too many times I see the bride or bridesmaids hiding behind their bouquets. It makes for funny looking pictures and people can’t see your gorgeous dresses! Hold the bouquet with both hands at about hip level, close to your belly-button. This keeps you looking relaxed and calm.Read More »
While advice and how-tos for Brides and Grooms are plentiful, many guests are still left with lingering questions about wedding day etiquette (often called wediquette).
It is an honor to be included in a couple’s special day – and it’s usually a ton of fun – there are a few guidelines wedding guests should be aware of. Here are a few Do’s and Don’ts plus a few additional tips to help guests avoid embarrassing faux pas and ensure a day of celebration for all.Read More »
Will your name change after marriage?? That seems to be one of the biggest questions facing newlywed women these days. The good news (for some) is that your name does not automatically change after you say “I do”. This leaves every woman with the decision on whether or not she wants to keep or change…Read More »
Attending a bridal show can be most helpful in planning your wedding. They are exciting, festive and full of terrific ideas. You will be able to meet and ask questions from many wedding professionals all under one roof. You will want to gather information, compare prices and services, register for prizes, see the latest fashions, get great new ideas and just have fun.Read More »
Congratulations! You are getting married and now starts the process of who, what, when, where and why. Like everything else, choosing the right photographer is a process. The first part of your process should be the process of elimination. You should first eliminate all and any family members. Though they have the best intentions, they…Read More »