This has always been a touchy subject and the one thing that can cause stress when planning your guest list. How do you handle family and friends not invited to your wedding?
It is an understatement to say that weddings have changed a lot over the last few decades. From a simple quick celebration at the local church to a full blown three day destination wedding with a lot of fun, activities, food and entertainment. The scale of weddings has increased exponentially.
With social distancing still in place and so many couples looking for alternative ways to host their celebrations, we have been getting creative with theme ideas to help you create a fun virtual bridal shower.
Fed up with waiting or maybe you just don’t want a long engagement? Let’s look at how quickly you can plan your wedding.
Weddings are time-honoured traditions that aren’t going anywhere. We cannot wait for the 2021 wedding season and the fresh new trends that will be brought to life. Although 2020 was probably one of the worst years for weddings, 2021 is sure to come back strong.
One of my all-time favourite luxury white wedding, that I was the coordinator for, was a couple from Turkey. They had decided to say their “I do’s” in Cape Town, South Africa.
As we are entering 2021 we are looking forward to the latest wedding trends and Pantone colour of the year.
A wedding planner is often thought of as a luxury for those with an unlimited budget and dreams of a royal wedding. While huge weddings with sky-high budgets almost always have planners behind the scenes, smaller and more budget-friendly weddings still require a lot of planning and attention to detail. This is why a wedding planner is an appropriate addition to any wedding, whether you have a big or small affair, unlimited or limited funds. A wedding planner will ensure that your day goes off without a hitch.