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Tips for Officiating a Wedding

Posted: May 24th, 2020

It’s become really common for couples to have a good friend or family member officiate their big day, so for those “non-professional” officiants, we wanted to provide some guidelines and tips for officiating a wedding. This is a great way to make your ceremony even more personal and unique, but officiating isn’t an easy task. If you are considering having a friend or family member officiate your wedding day, check…

Creating a Ceremony Script

Posted: May 11th, 2020

You’ve decided to have a friend or family member officiate your wedding – now what? You need to decide the processional detail, create a ceremony outline, choose any prayers or readings and create a very detailed script. We’re here to help guide you through the process of creating the perfect ceremony script. This guideline works for nonreligious and religious ceremonies, each will be unique in its own way. Each ceremony…

Friend or Family Member, or Professional Officiant for Your Wedding?

Posted: May 7th, 2020

It’s becoming more common for couples to have their wedding ceremony and reception at the same location or outside the formal structures – meaning we see less and less ceremonies inside a religious building. That means the couple has to hire or find someone to officiate their wedding, and it can be an overwhelming decision – should you hire a professional or personal officiant for your wedding? We’ve put together…

Bridal Hairstyles // Our Favorites

Posted: April 27th, 2019

So you’ve picked your perfect dress and your perfect man, now it’s time to choose your bridal hairstyle. Our advice? Look at lots of photos! Take note of your style of dress and the formality of your event…but most importantly, make sure you choose a style that suits YOU!

Two Caterers // February Vendor to Remember

Posted: February 28th, 2019

I had the opportunity to chat with Carly Ziemer, Director of Sales at Two Caterers about their amazing business. Two Caterers works in conjunction with High Line Car House and a brand new venue, The Fives, as well as offering off-site catering. *since this post Two Caterers recently changed their name to Together & Company*

Engagement Dates- Special Nights With Your Soon-To-Be Forever

Posted: August 9th, 2018

As you date, get engaged, and get married, each stage of your relationship is different and wonderful. As your relationship grows, you feel and act differently. Engagement is an wonderful time as you are approaching forever. However, in this in-between stage you may crave special and exciting time with your fiancé your weekly movie night on the couch with a pint of ice cream may feel a little bland now…

8 Unspoken Rules Of A Wedding

Posted: August 3rd, 2018

Weddings are an incredible time to celebrate as your close friends begin their new life together. However, keep in mind these eight important unspoken rules to follow!

Top TEN Ways To Propose To Your Bridesmaid

Posted: July 26th, 2018

Choosing your bridal party can be stressful and confusing. The Knot suggests their top tips on how to choose your bridal party. Once you’ve chosen each bridesmaid there are so many fun ways to ask your special women to be a part of your day! With so many “Pinterest worthy” ideas, don’t worry theres some easy and simple yet fun ideas to do too!

Easiest & Most Effective Wedding Website

Posted: May 31st, 2018

As engaged couples approach their big day, one way to help share all the exciting details with their loved ones is to create their own wedding website. The purpose of a wedding website is to allow a database of information for their friends and family to see. Many wedding websites include engagement pictures, the couple’s story, and bridal party. The main reason couples rely on their website is for the…

Board & Brush // Wedding Wood Signs

Posted: July 12th, 2017

  There are many different ways to put your own crafty touch on your big day! Board and Brush is a do-it-yourself workshop around the country that helps you create unique DIY wedding wood signs for any event or occasion. You don’t need any experience or tools, you just have to show up and create whatever you’re looking for. They offer creative, helpful tools in designing whatever it is you…

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