In celebration of our beautiful planet, let’s talk about how to keep your own celebration eco-friendly.
Whether you realize it or not, a wedding has the potential to generate A LOT of waste - we’re talking up to 100lbs an hour!!
The journey from popping the question to getting married can be a confusing one, especially when it comes down to the financial side. This is why we have teamed up with Earnest to share the financial side of planning a wedding. We’re here to break down everything you need to know about paying for a wedding from start to finish. If you’ve ever wondered “How will I afford this?”, you’re in the right place! Keep reading for our step by step guide on paying for your wedding.
Recycle and reuse! Who says your wedding flowers have to be thrown away after the ceremony?
Don’t you hate that after a big event floral arrangements get dumped in the garbage? Us too.
We are starting the year off with a killer blog post! A topic that I struggled with six years ago when I got married and one that I often get asked now, as an event coordinator; How do you hire a wedding officiant?
This is such a big topic to cover that we decided it was best if we reach out to our officiant friends. They touched on so much and dish out a lot of quality information that I wish I’d known when I got married. We know planning a wedding is stressful so if we can help minimize that in any way, we are going to. Think of this as free research that will hopefully help you narrow down your officiants, making this hire a little more fun!
Planning a wedding is mentally and physically exhausting. It is also logistically challenging and something you do not likely do on a normal basis. This is why you need as much help as you can get from the professionals you hire. I cannot stress enough how important it is to invest in good wedding vendors. There is so much that can go wrong it’s hard to put into words without appearing like I am hard selling you. So, I’ll let others do the talking for me. I spoke to some couples who have already gotten married. They have experienced it all and are sharing their insight as to how complicated wedding days can be.