Appealing Reasons To Book A Barn Wedding Venue For Your Ceremony

Posted on: 26 July 2021

When you plan out your wedding, you envision it being held in the ideal location. You want the place where you hold your ceremony and celebration to contribute to the day's fun and special memories. Instead of booking a banquet hall at a hotel or a house of worship, you may prefer to hold it in a place that is more relaxed and rustic yet elegant at the same time. You can book a barn wedding venue that can offer you all of the accommodations that you need for your big day. [Read More]

What You Should Know About Shopping for Your Wedding Dress

Posted on: 14 April 2021

The moment you have been waiting for since you were a little girl is finally here: you're getting married! This means it is time to shop for the perfecting wedding gown. Before you start hitting the wedding dress boutiques, there are a few things you should know to ensure that your journey is a successful one. Have a Price Point in Mind When you are shopping for wedding gowns, you do not want to have to spend a lot of time trying on gowns that you cannot afford. [Read More]

Reasons To Mix Up The Seating At Your Wedding

Posted on: 20 October 2020

One of the important topics to consider when you're planning your wedding ceremony is how you'll arrange the seating. Regardless of your venue, it's common to have the aisle cut its way through the seats—thus dividing them into two sections. Traditionally, a lot of people ask their guests to choose a section based on which member of the wedding party they know. In this scenario, people who know the bride would sit on one side of the aisle, while those who know the groom would sit on the other. [Read More]

Planning A Wedding While Chronically Ill? 5 Invaluable Tips

Posted on: 19 November 2019

Are you living with a chronic illness? Then you know that even the mundane parts of life can become complicated and the special times are usually made even more complex than expected. Planning a wedding is one of these times.  If you're planning your own big day while managing a long-term ailment, here are a few key ways to have a happy, successful time.  1. Hire a Planner. Outsource as much of the wedding stress and physical exertion as you can. [Read More]