Why Dating Your Spouse Can Save Your Marriage?

Many couples believe that once they walk down the aisle, they no longer need to make as much time for one another. Sadly, this is how your marriage begins to fade away, doubt sets in and resentment can arise. How quickly we forget that there was a proposal and a “yes” that followed. Marriage does not mean I have a roommate for life. If this is what you signed up for, then you should consider getting a dog or cat.

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Make Sure Your Wedding Photographer Takes These Photos!

When you are coming up with the proposed shot list for your wedding photographer, the couple will surely take center stage.  However, there are other photos you will want to make sure you capture.  You will surely want to capture images of the bridal party, but these aren’t the images we are talking about; although you should absolutely capture theme images.  We are talking about guest photos.  Presumably, these guests were invited for a reason.  Make sure to capture them in these candid photo suggestions.

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Selecting The Perfect Wedding Venue

Your friends on Facebook all say you need to check out a certain venue. It’s primarily DIY (just like you want), and the pictures on the venue’s website are spectacular. Your friends know someone who knows someone who had their wedding there, and it was an awesome event. The venue constantly gets 5-star reviews, it appears to be a great value, and their calendar is almost full nearly 2-years out.

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How To Gain More Leads At A Bridal Show

After doing several Bridal Shows, we have learned many ways for vendors to be more successful at a Bridal Show.  Success is more than simply setting up a table and hoping people stop by.  Your success depends on you and how you interact with the attendees of the show.  Below is a list of 10 ways you can be more successful and capture more leads and clients at your next Bridal Show.

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Embracing Your Wedding Stress

There is no full-proof remedy on keeping stress out of your planning, but here are some ideas and tips in reducing the amount of stress and pressure each couple will encounter when planning their wedding. It goes without saying that no pre-planning of anything will go off without a hitch! Let’s face it…the only thing we ever have control over is ourselves. Outside of that anything and I mean anything can go wrong because after all that is Life! When we can embrace the idea that stress must be managed more than controlled than we can begin to breathe.

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6 Things You Should Know About Dressing Your Groomsmen

When it comes to wedding planning, the future-bride often assumes the largest role. Your bride will harken back to her childhood and plan the wedding of her dreams. From the flower arrangements to the colors of everything, the bride will want particular things. With that being said, most brides will defer to the groom to select the apparel for the groomsmen. Whether you are a fashion guru or are completely clueless, take a look at our tips on how to dress your groomsmen.

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The Grooms Role In Wedding Planning

It’s true, the majority of the focus on your wedding day is on your bride.  The majority of the festivities are based on her dreams.  But, that doesn’t mean that the groom doesn’t have a role in wedding planning.  The groom’s first and foremost role as a lifelong partner is to support his wife.  What better way to start, than to support her in the wedding planning process.  Here are some ways to stay engaged in the planning.

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Dear Today Show, Yes The Wedding Markup Is Real. Here’s Why

This post was originally posted on Indigo Lace Collective Blog on August 24, 2016. This is an important post for Vendors & Brides alike. It is reposted here with permission from the article’s author.

I sat on the floor of my living room playing with my puppy and eating my morning yogurt. It was our typical morning routine with the Today Show playing softly in the background. But something caught my ear, and I hit up the volume a few notches. I sat there with my mouth hanging open. I was horrified and hurt about what I was witnessing. What followed in the next few minutes left me confused, and bewildered at the naiveness of the news anchors and the Rossen Report. In order for this blog post to not be a hundred pages long, you can watch the video here to get a grasp at what I’m talking about.

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