One of the biggest issues (if not the biggest) with summer weddings is keeping your guests cool while still enjoying the beauty of the outdoors. It may not seem like an easy task, but it’s not impossible if you take a few precautions and think about it smartly. Well, we’re here to help. We’ve combed the web and found a few awesome ideas to make sure your guests stay cool at your summer wedding.
ifting through the world of professional and amatuer DJs can sometimes be overwhelming and you may not know what to look for when searching for the right wedding DJ in Atlanta. Good news: we’re here to help.
We expect that you’d like to make your wedding a fun and totally memorable event and a packed, well-done dance floor can be its epicenter. So, here are some tips to make sure that people stay dancing all night and leave with huge smiles and sore legs.
The point is video dominates how we share memories and there are very few memories worth sharing like your wedding day. So let’s take a look at how these wedding video ideas can up your video game on your big day.
But while the classic designs remain a staple in the wedding industry, there are some cool trends to pay attention to if you’re in the market for a wedding ring. Of course, ultimately what you decide on is based on a couple of things: your preference and your budget. We totally support you doing you, so shine on you crazy diamond!
Luckily for you, we’re here to help! There are a bunch of wedding food trends that are bound to be great in 2017, but we wanted to narrow it down to our top three. So, without further hesitation, here are three wedding food trends we think are great for this year:
Traveling is exciting and challenging way to broaden your perspective on the globe we all share. It’s also a great way to strengthen a newly-bonded relationship, which is why most couples choose to take off on an adventure soon after tying the knot.
Travel is a great way to strengthen a relationship and create bonds and memories that will last a lifetime. That is amplified when your trip is a bit… well, adventurous. So, if you want to get out of your comfort zone and have a story to tell when you get back, then listen up to these ideas for an adventurous honeymoon.
One of those things is understanding the timeline of planning a wedding. Not only does it help you stay on course and budget, but knowing what to do and when to do it can help you avoid rushing and potentially ending up with a subpar wedding experience.
But going to Target and scanning everything in the Kitchen and Home section may not be as satisfying as you’d think. Here are four ideas that may help spark a creative way to ask people to contribute to your new marriage.
Wedding invitations are the first thing your guests see (well, maybe second if you’ve sent out “save the dates,” but for argument’s purpose, we’ll consider the two akin) and can help them get a feel for what kind of wedding it will be: casual, outdoor, formal, beach, mountain, etc. First impressions, as you know since you’re about to get married, are a lot of times the most important.