Hiring your wedding vendors is one of the most stressful parts of wedding planning. How do you know who’s right and, maybe more importantly, who’s wrong? Read on and we’ll guide you through the qualifications that you need to evaluate.
When the flower arrangements have wilted and your anniversary cake is well on its way to a cryogenic state, it will be time to consider creating and sending out wedding announcements hopefully complete with a few pictures of the mirth-making (gosh, seriously…what do those photographers do all day?).
In 1924, Chicago retailer Marshall Field’s came up with a brilliant marketing ploy – the Bridal Registry. Up until that time, brides (and grooms) received gifts willy-nilly from caring friends and family members who were anxious to help the young couple’s household get off to a good start. Some gifts were even duplicates or even worse, some were just not at all their taste.
Close your eyes and imagine you’re at your wedding ceremony. There are no cameras (except for the hired pros) and the guests are remaining in their seats. Open your eyes and feel the warmth of knowing this is an actual possibility. It really can happen at your wedding. Then again, so could the opposite nightmare scenario…