Planning A Last-Minute Wedding? 5 Ways To Reduce Stress And Still Create A Great Day

Planning a wedding doesn't have to take six months or a year; you can create a great party that everyone will love even if you have as little as a few weeks to plan.  Here are five key factors to make it work: Bundle Tasks and Bills The fewer contracts you must negotiate and the fewer different vendors you deal with, the easier planning will be. Look for a wedding reception venue that handles many — or practically all — of the various aspects of the reception. [Read More]

Cold-Weather Wedding: Winter Flowers Can Steal The Show

If you are getting married in winter, you might feel discouraged because of the limited availability of flowers compared to other seasons, especially summer and fall. However, if you really embrace winter flora and foliage, you can create some truly unique and stunning floral arrangements for your wedding. Winter has so much to offer, and with the help of your local florist, you can enjoy a beautifully decorated wedding. Here are some great reasons and ideas for choosing winter flowers for your cold-weather wedding. [Read More]

Top 4 Things You Want Included In Your Wedding Package

Menu venues offer newlyweds-to-be a chance to purchase a wedding package. Taking advantage of wedding packages is a great way to stay on budget. It also relieves the stress of having to book the included services and products separately. When considering wedding packages, there are a few things you'll want to make sure are included.   Catering One of the biggest expenses besides the facility rental fee is the catering. Some vendors will forgo the cost of the room rental if you agree to use their catering team and you have a certain minimum number of guests that you are inviting. [Read More]

Five Types Of Wedding Flower Arrangements Defined

When it comes to wedding flowers, the choices are overwhelming. Your florist or silk flower arranger may start talking a language you do not understand, using words and phrases like "brooch bouquets," "nosegays," "toss bouquet," "boutonierres," and "bridal bouquet." Wait, are not all wedding flowers the same? Does everyone have to wear flowers or carry them? So much confusion can be sorted out easily. Here are five types of wedding flower arrangements defined to lessen your confusion. [Read More]