by Ryan Conner | September 2, 2015
Thanks to Jennifer Cole, senior account manager at Ducky-Bobs, A Classic Party Rentals Company for answering this week’s reader question: […]
by Ryan Conner | February 19, 2014
Thanks to Lizzie Means Duplantis from Perch Decor for answering this week’s reader question: How do I know if I […]
by Ryan Conner | April 24, 2013
Thanks to event planner Julie Painter from Dallas Girl Friday for answering this week’s reader question:
How can I honor loved ones who are no longer with us at our upcoming wedding?
by Kristin Hull | August 15, 2012
Thanks to Emily Clarke of Emily Clarke Events for answering this week’s reader question:
Can you give me some ideas for wedding favors that won’t eat up all of my budget but aren’t tacky either?
by Kristin Hull | July 25, 2012
Thanks to Jessica Smith, Catering Manager for The Magnolia Hotel for answering this week’s reader question:
I am going to have a lot of children at my reception. What are some things we can do to keep them busy?
by Kristin Hull | May 2, 2012
Thanks to Prashe Shah, Owner and President of Prashe, for answering this week’s reader question:
“I am not of Indian descent but love the bright colors and festive décor of Indian weddings. How can I tap into that look without having it look like an Indian wedding?
by Kristin Hull | February 29, 2012
Thanks to Emily Clarke of Emily Clarke Weddings & Events for answering today’s reader question:
What are some ways my fiancé and I can honor the people in our families who have passed – either at the ceremony or reception?
Many couples struggle with this very question, however, there are plenty of wonderful and appropriate ways to honor a deceased parent, grandparent, or other special loved one without ruining the joyous tone of the wedding. After all, a wedding is a celebration, and while a missing family member is certainly sad, it should not overpower the day.
Below are some options we recommend – you can choose as many or as few as you’d like. Keep in mind that what is most important is to handle it in a way that feels most comfortable to you and your fiancé.
by Kristin Hull | March 2, 2011
Thanks to David Rosenbaum, President ofIllumination Fireworks, for answering this week’s reader question: I am considering having fireworks at my […]