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Hello friends! So you’re a bride that just said “yes” to the dress. Amazing! But there are a few logistics to take care of. If you’re ordering your gown from a bridal salon, there are a few details you’ll want to get in writing. Confused? Not to worry, here’s a little cheat sheet: A description of your dress. Make sure it notes the name of t...
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Hi friends! There’s so much focus on the rules and etiquette the bride and groom need to follow (it is your wedding after all). But guests aren’t exempt from needing to follow any rules! So if you’re attending a wedding, here are a few common mistakes that you should be sure you don’t make: Overlooking the dress code. Lots of guests don’t pay ...
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Hi friends! Addressing your wedding invitations can be a confusing (and time-consuming!) part of the wedding process. Whether you’re doing them yourself or hiring a calligrapher, there are a few key etiquette and style rules to keep in mind when addressing your envelopes: Spell out common abbreviations like street, avenue, lane, apartment, You should ...
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Hi friends! Less face it: booze is often an integral part of a wedding, But it can sometimes be confusing to navigate the logistics. Here are 7 key questions you should ask whomever is handling your bar, whether that’s your caterer, in-house contact or an independent supplier: How many bartenders will be in place? Budget permitting and depending o...
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Hi friends! For many couples, planning a wedding is the first time they’re in charge of such a large event – and often the first time they’re working with multiple vendors and finalizing contracts. For those that are a little new to this side of the business, here are the 5 basics I always apply to my business dealings with each vendor: Get a writ...
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