After you plan your whole wedding, you may find that there isn’t much budget leftover for the honeymoon. This is fine; your wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event that deserves to have your full effort.
But relaxing on a beach or during a full-body massage is necessary to remove the stress of wedding planning and to celebrate with your spouse.
So check out this Wedding Magazine article with tips to finding a honeymoon vacation within your budget. They have advice for planning and booking that could make your dream honeymoon a reality.
Wedding Magazine featured a terrific article with 10 tips to help you design or select a wedding cake.
While this isn’t the biggest decision you will make, it is one of the most noticeable. Besides the bridal gown, the cake typically makes the most impact on guests and leaves the largest impression. No matter how amazing the ceremony and reception are executed, an ugly cake can leave, well, a bad after taste. Continue reading
This Wedding Magazine article offers creative tips for saving money, from DIY projects to ring shopping to using an iPod as a DJ.
You don’t have to compromise your vision in order to duck under your budget roof. There are plenty of ways to throw your dream wedding without sacrificing the quality of the venue, dress, or other important aspect.
As reported in this blog for Wedding Magazine, 82% of newlyweds sell their gifts on eBay or a similar website.
After shelling out tons of dough for the ceremony and reception, getting fine china and silverware doesn’t feel that great. Sure, that fancy juicer looked useful when filling out the registry, but it looks a lot less practical when trying to pay the bills or afford a lavish honeymoon.
In a related study, 42% of participants polled said that buying a wedding gift was stressful. Instead of getting worked up doing a chore for people who won’t appreciate it, why not just give cash or store credit? That way, everybody ends up happy.
Project Wedding is a website devoted to giving you great tips, ideas, and advice for planning your wedding.
If you’re planning an autumnal wedding, they have a special photo gallery dedicated to fall bouquets. Get inspired by their lovely floral arrangements that are perfect for the season. You can find suggestions for types of flowers, colors schemes, and cuisine that is ideal for a fall wedding.
Hope you find this gallery to be helpful and inspirational!
Most weddings go off flawlessly, with the guests all behaving themselves and having a magnificent time. But, every once in a while, a situation arises where a wedding guest must be forcibly removed or restrained. Here are some tips for handling this scenario, so nothing prevents the execution of your ideal, dream wedding.
1) Identify Potential Problem Guests Beforehand
If you know that your aunt hates your fiancé or his cousin has a reputation for drinking too much and getting belligerent, it is important to let the planner be aware. You don’t have to withdraw the person’s invitation or put a muzzle on them, but you can have a trusted family member keep a close eye on him or her.
2) Speak to Anyone with Objections
If someone has a serious objection to your union, don’t wait until you are at the altar to address it. Speak to the individual privately or send one of your parents. Talking through the problem could help clear up the misunderstanding.
3) Remember: It is YOUR Day
When speaking with the objectionable person, find out what the issue is. If it involves something that cannot be resolved, such as the race or religion of the fiancé, then it may be in your best interest to take away the invitation. This is harsh, but you should not be worrying about Uncle Mortimer making an offensive statement on your big day.
4) Monitor Alcohol Consumption
Open bars can lead to open mouths, and people’s true opinions will start to come out. They may also start acting foolish, rude, or inappropriate. This does not mean you should have a dry wedding; it means that you need to make sure your bartender does not over serve anyone.
5) Act Swiftly
Don’t let bad situations get further out of control. Have an usher quickly remove the inconsiderate individual so that the ceremony and reception can proceed.
Best of luck on your coming nuptials!
The wedding favor is one of the most innocuous parts of the wedding, and is often an afterthought when the couple is tired of planning. But in my experience, which includes dozens of weddings, I have found that the favor often leaves a lasting impression on guests. If they have a lame item to take home, it may alter their perception of the wedding. Continue reading
2012 was a big year for Renaissance Banquet halls in Los Angeles. We launched our new website in July, hosted lovely wedding receptions, and expanded our client list.
One part of our success was the Renaissance Blog that offered party planning tips, wedding advice, and decorating suggestions. Although it was brief, we still posted enough good articles to pick our top three, which I present for you today. Enjoy! Continue reading
I know you’re back again for some more wedding planning tips, and I have some good ones today. This week I will be letting you know how new technologies are making it easier than ever to plan your wedding and reception. Let’s dive in!
You can constantly Tweet your followers with updates for your wedding ideas, like decorations, menus, dresses, and other decisions. You can also ask for feedback while making choices. This keeps everyone involved and raises their stakes in your ceremony. Continue reading