Category: Planning Advice

AllSeated
Hi friends! As I’ve mentioned before, the seating chart is often one of the most complex parts of wedding or event planning. Today, I’d like to share one of my favorite tools to make that pesky task so much easier: AllSeated! This tool has made my life so much easier. It’s perfect for all my fellow event planners and, of course, couples planning their ...
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Menswear
Hi friends! Believe it or not, it’s actually fairly important to consider what the groom and his men look like on the wedding day! Whether you opt for a tuxedo, suit or other form of attire mainly depends on the formality of the wedding and the setting but here are a few major don’ts for menswear on your wedding day: Don’t wear socks that are too s...
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Hi friends! For most wedding receptions, having a seating chart is pretty standard. You’ve put so much time into planning the perfect event, why risk chaos with first-come-first-serve seating? But I’ll admit, devising the seating chart can be a bit time consuming and lot like working on a puzzle…and it’s the one task you usually can’t delegate to y...
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Hi friends! Registering for gifts is a time to consider some of the essentials of starting your new life together, but I’m starting to see more and more couples have a bit of fun with their wedding registries – which I love! It’s definitely important to have at least one traditional (think: department store) registry, but don’t be afraid to think out...
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Hi friends! For the couple, the cocktail hour is key:  it’s a chance to take photos with the wedding party, decompress (a bit!) after the ceremony, or if needed, have their wedding team do the changeover between the ceremony and reception. For guests, the cocktail hour is a time to mingle, have a drink or two, and nibble on some bites before the reception...
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  1. Nick Stoker reply

    Absolutely love the granular scientific approach to the dissection of cocktail hour aka happy hour. There’s a new website with over 6000 Happy Hours (and counting) Finding a Happy Hour near you has never been easier!

    https://USAHappyHour.com

  2. Karli reply

    Do you think a specialty drink is necessary for a cocktail hour?

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