Questions to ask during your venue tour

During those first few weeks of planning, the venue is such a key piece in your planning. After your budget and rough guest count is set, your venue should be your next step. While venue shopping, it is easy to get caught up in what you love or hate physically about the venue. But thereContinue reading “Questions to ask during your venue tour”

Unique wedding centerpieces that are not flowers

It is no secret, I love flowers! In a year that has been nothing short of creative new centerpieces are emerging. flowers can be one of the most expensive elements in a wedding depending on your style. Greenery may save you money initially but depending how you want it installed could rack up your priceContinue reading “Unique wedding centerpieces that are not flowers”

Questions to ask your vendors before you hire them

When you are newly engaged entering into the wedding world can be a whole new experience for most brides. The first steps of planning usually involves booking your vendors and securing your date. But when it comes to interviewing, and researching different vendors a lot of brides struggle with what is important to ask upContinue reading “Questions to ask your vendors before you hire them”

From Bride to Mrs.

The time you are engaged is an amazing time. Wedding planning, parties, gifts and endless gawking over your beautiful new ring. When I see someone get engaged the first thing I want to do is buy them a little something, just a congratulations “I am so happy for you” gesture. I always go for somethingContinue reading “From Bride to Mrs.”

“So what does a day of coordinator even do?”

I get this question a lot. People who have not worked with or seen the work of a coordinator at another wedding, don’t know a lot about what goes into a smooth running wedding day. Why would they? How often do you go to a wedding and study the staff and what their job entails,Continue reading ““So what does a day of coordinator even do?””

The Paper Year

On October 26th 2020 Jacob and I will have been married a full year, and what a year it has been. I will remember for years to come, how our first married year was spent in quarantine and amidst a pandemic. Even now as we are trying to make plans to celebrate our anniversary, weContinue reading “The Paper Year”

Addie and Marshal

On October 3, 2020 Addie and Marshal tied the knot at her childhood home! My joy in life is being able to help people, turns out one of the best ways I can help people is by assisting them on their big day. With every wedding I experience I am more and more grateful forContinue reading “Addie and Marshal”

Courtney and Jon

On September 19, 2020, I was lucky enough to be a part of Courtney and Jon’s big day. Set along the country side, at the Bride’s family home, Courtney and Jon tied the knot outside surrounded by family and friends. With every wedding, that I am lucky enough to be a part of, I likeContinue reading “Courtney and Jon”

The wedding is over, now what?

I am not going to lie, getting back from the honeymoon, I wasn’t sure where to begin. Jacob and I got back from our wonderful honeymoon in Punta Cana in early November. The holidays were right around the corner and our house was full of wedding things that now had to find a new home.Continue reading “The wedding is over, now what?”

Memories That Last a Lifetime

It is hard to believe that I have been married 6 months now, how time flies. Once the thrill of being a newly wed started to sink in, I began to think about how I can preserve all of my wedding memories. Memories as special as these are going to be cherished. All throughout myContinue reading “Memories That Last a Lifetime”