Tami B’s Bride Gift Guide

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Just 12 days until Christmas! I'm already humming holiday tunes and watching the classic movies with the kids. These are telltale signs are evident that it's time to pull out the decorations and make my shopping list. For those who still have shopping to do and can't decide on what to get the bride who has ...

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6 Simple Steps toward Your Best Wedding Season

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As the wedding season winds down at the end of November, the engagement season will begin again. Before moving forward, let’s detox from the previous wedding season and mentally prepare for the season ahead. Keep reading for my six simple steps for your best wedding season, yet. Step One: Celebrate your successes. You did it! Pop the ...

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The 8 Things You Need to Do if You Lost Your Wedding Venue

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What do you do when the venue you loved and booked falls, through? A complete nightmare, but this happens more often than you might expect. Cancellations happen for many reasons. From natural disasters, think the hurricane’s effect on Puerto Rico to unexpected financial ruin, think Alfred Angelo. Venues can and will cancel. So what do you ...

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7 Ways Wedding Pros Can Automate Their Business

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Plotting out systems—especially when you just want to plan, or bake, or take pictures—can be daunting, I get it. Trust me. I was once in your shoes. When first starting out, I thought that to succeed in this business I only needed to plan and produce GREAT weddings. But, after learning the hard way, I realized ...

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How to create a seating chart that will make your guests happy (+ FREE guest management templates)

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Having a seating chart is standard for most modern weddings. You’ve put so much time and planning into your Big Day, why risk the confusion that comes with the seat-yourself approach? An upside to devising a great seating arrangement strategy is that guest will always remember the great time they had at your wedding. The ...

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The Color Series: Rose Quartz, Air Blue, and Dried Herb

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This weeks Color Series focuses on colors inspired by Pantones annual color selections - Rose Quartz, Dried Herb, Airy Blue, and Lilac Gray. We love the weightlessness of this palette as it will surely make for an amazing summer celebration.  Designing a wedding with these colors can work well for the bride who considers herself ...

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The Color Series – Elegant Elements (Ruby & Steel)

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Many times the elements of nature serve as amazing inspiration for wedding design.  This weeks Color Series focuses on Ruby and Steel (also known as Pantone Oxblood and Sharkskin).  Obtaining inspiration for this color palette outside of the rustic feel can be a daunting task.  So we thought we would offer a few tips on ...

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All American Style & Independence

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  Hosting a 4th of July Celebration with Style The 4th of July is about family, fun, and freedom! Hosting your Independence Day barbeque should also be done in style! Who says paper plates and aluminum foil have to be a standard? Lets talk décor, food, and attire to assist you in hosting a mature and ...

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Be Good to Your Guests

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During the wedding planning process, it can be easy for a bride and groom to get somewhat lost in the larger details of the process and forget about details that make or break your guest experience.  I often encourage my couples to consider their wedding as a very large dinner party that they are hosting ...

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The Color Series – Bold Neutral Statements

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Whether you consider yourself the traditional or classic type, or modern is more your style - you can never go wrong with a neutral wedding color palette.  This week, we are designing around a timelessly neutral color palette.     *     *     * The wedding invitation is more than the document that advises ...

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