Registries are no longer about china patterns and gravy boats. More and more couples are throwing expectations to the wind and are registering with retailers that reflect their lifestyle more than their Tupperware drawer. While it’s your big day, it’s important to consider your guests while putting together your gift registry. Here are some registry ideas and common registry etiquette to help you along the way.
Invitations can be a stressful part of wedding planning. Coming up with the wording for the invitation can be especially hard. Here are a few tips from our experience:
You go to receive your marriage license at the county clerks office. The marriage license is only valid for 30 days, so make sure that you don’t go more than a month before your wedding date.
One of the most difficult parts of planning your wedding is trying to get an accurate guest count. Even when you send out R.S.V.P cards, not everyone may respond. So here are a few tips for you to consider when you are planning your R.S.V.P cards that might help you to get more response:
When you first get engaged, it’s one of the happiest, most-fulfilling moments you’ll ever experience. This moment, however, also marks the beginning of one of the busiest times in your life! From the minute you say “yes,” you will be presented with hundreds of decisions, all of which will determine whether or not you achieve your perfect wedding day. “Where do I begin?” can be an overwhelming thought. Here are a few recommendations of things to do when you first get engaged:
We had our wedding at the Canterbury place on October 10,2018. Everything turned out just perfect!! Elysha was so easy and amazing to work with. She gave plenty of recommendations, from an officiant to flowers to photography to what to really spend our money on.
I did not really think we could have a dream wedding on a budget, but we did and it was amazing!!