Because weddings have countless moving parts, it can be helpful for a couple to have a few helping hands. Wedding planners and venue coordinators are often a saving grace to couples during the busy and important day. Knowing the difference between the two support roles enables the couple to know what help to recruit for the big day and who to ask for what they need.
So you’re at a wedding, and you see the most beautiful petal arrangement creating a giant monogram at the altar. You see personalized signage around the venue – from welcome signs to fun love quotes. Small, thoughtful details like these are great ways to get your wedding to standout.
To have a seating arrangement or not to have a seating arrangement? That is the question. It’s one of countless others you’ll answer in preparation for your big day. It sounds simple but deciding it can be tough if you don’t know what to consider. Here are a few key things to note when making your decision.
Winter weddings have become a recently growing trend. Where summer weddings used to be the obvious choice, there’s now a new discussion: fun in the sun or chic and cozy. In recent years, creative wedding planners and brides have worked together to leverage the landscape of our colder months to create the most enchanting occasions. Brides are embracing the winter season as a new wedding season.