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6 Simple Steps toward Your Best Wedding Season

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

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

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

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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All American Style & Independence

Monday, June 12, 2017

  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

Monday, June 5, 2017

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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