That’s what my husband said to me this morning. Such a little phrase, but it means so much! With a crazy schedule as ours, it shows the moment he takes to show that he notices me and pauses to present me a smile. While this may sound cheesy, just hear me out. I want every morning to be that wonderful; however, sometimes I get caught in the daily tasks that keep overwhelming my “to-do” list. No more rushing through life as if it is a routine – take time to enjoy the moments.
Welcome to our new and first series on the blog! For the next few weeks, we are going to take our focus to the wedding ceremony and break down each piece for you. Styling your perfect wedding ceremony one step at a time.
Welcome to our new and first series on the blog! For the next few weeks, our wedding planning team will take our focus to the wedding ceremony and break down each piece for you. Styling your perfect wedding ceremony one step at a time.
Last week we focused on the ceremony aisle, today’s wedding ceremony focus is on the wedding alter. The backdrop for your “I Do’s” is the focal point before, during, and after the wedding ceremony. As a wedding planner, I believe every element needs decoration; however, if you only choose one piece – this would be it! Your guests are drawn to the wedding alter, because they are facing it from the moment they walk in the door. Creating the perfect backdrop for your wedding ceremony, can be a simple task or it could take a few more moving pieces. Take a look at some options below that have all swooned our hearts into happily ever after.
Welcome to the second post of our new series on the blog! For the next few weeks, we are going to take our focus to the wedding ceremony and break down each piece for you. Styling your perfect wedding ceremony one step at a time.
In every event throughout your life, everyone says that first impressions make lasting impressions. With your wedding being one of the most memorable days of your life, you want that first impression to be a WOW statement for all of your guests including you and your soon-to-be spouse. As I discuss the ceremony with my couples, I get a mixture of viewpoints of what will take place. For some, it’s just another step to get them to a major party, but to others it’s a memory that they want to cherish for a lifetime. Either way, it’s my job as a wedding planner to make it beautiful.
The moment you get engaged you get the urge to tell everyone you know - mom, dad, siblings, grandparents. And you should! After all, you are about to celebrate the most wonderful day of your life! However, sometimes the one person you want to share in this joyous occasion is no longer around. With your wedding being one of the most important days of your life, you want to capture all the happy moments. We have collected a handful of different ways for you to share your most precious marriage while honoring your loved ones that have passed in recent years. Take a look below:
Whether you’re a classic, glamorous, or vintage bride, there is a makeup look just for you! We have asked one of our most respected makeup artists in the industry to answer a few questions about wedding day makeup and what inspires her to be a makeup artist. Kirsty Wingfield of Richmond Makeup Artist, is one of many that we value in the wedding world! Check out what a makeup artist can do on your wedding day and the journey you will share while planning your big day!
While flowers in the center of the table are always a favorite and traditional option for most, sometimes you need to think outside the box - or vase in this case. Perhaps your budget is too small to purchase personal bouquets and centerpieces. Or perhaps the flowers you’ve requested are not available in your wedding colors. While meeting with your wedding planner, discuss various centerpiece options. I’ve had many couples that have opted out of live flowers for their centerpieces and used an alternative such as lanterns and candles. Let’s dig deep into the creativity realm of wedding planning to find the centerpiece that matches your theme, venue style, and budget!