I am a firm believer that it’s your wedding, so Have It Your Way. When you don’t make it about you as a couple, it takes away from the meaning behind this one day. Case in point, I once attended a wedding in Dahlonega, Georgia (which incidentally is where people usually begin their foray into a [...]
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There is a great cost-saving trend that finds couples booking their reception venues on Friday evenings or Sundays. While it makes it a bit more difficult for traveling friends and family, it can literally save thousands of dollars by choosing any weekend time other than Saturday. Off-peak weddings can make a huge monetary difference and, for [...]
When Fiance and I finally decided on a venue and a date after 2.8 years of being engaged, we immediately told those critical to making our day special: Our parents Our siblings Our friend the officiant Not to say that everyone else on the guest list isn’t important. We just assumed that those aforementioned would [...]
Posted in invitations on Nov 9th, 2011
Thanks to Facebook and the other multitudes of social media, the folks who drifted apart after high school are drifting back together. In fact, I used Facebook to organize a mini-reunion for the kids I was in marching band and chorus with all those years ago; we gathered at the location of our old school [...]
I worked in colleges and universities directly with hundreds of students for about eleven years. During this time, I met engaged leaders in the residence hall community and was an advisor to clubs and organizations. Because of this wide network of former students, I receive between twenty to thirty wedding invitations every summer. Many are [...]
Big wedding? Small wedding? Either way – save that date! Of course, both the bride and groom want everyone they invite to attend the wedding and put the date aside. Why not do it in a unique way? For many the “Save The Date” invitations will be the first taste of the wedding. Consider making them personal, [...]