I have had a few clients this year ask me how they can have a friend or family member perform their ceremony. Seeing as we are not in the United States, and it's not that easy to just become ordained and marry people here, there is another alternative. And a few of my clients are … Continue reading A Twist on Tradition- Ceremony
When I first met Emily & Jon at Emily's parents (new) house, they were so warm and inviting. When they told me they were getting married on site and we should have a look around, I was in love. The property spoke for itself but their simple theme allowed everything to speak for itself, allowing … Continue reading Real Love: Emily & Jon
YAY! You're engaged and are overwhelmed with emotions, excitement and are ready to start planning. Everyone is asking when the big day will be, who is in the wedding party, what your colours are, where you are having it, so on and so forth. But before you start diving into wedding planning, you and your … Continue reading Things Every Couple NEEDS to Discuss Before Planning Their Wedding
I read this article the other day from Cosmopolitan magazine and it really stuck with me. Now, let me point out that I haven't read a Cosmo since I was probably in my first year of university, nor do I follow L.C. too closely, but the headline jumped right out at me- "Sorry, but Lauren … Continue reading Guest’s Dress Code- I Agree With L.C. and Here’s Why.
I admit, I hate bridal showers (or baby showers). I know I am suppose to love all things weddings, and I do, but the traditional bridal showers with the terrible food, not enough wine and bad party games, just hurt. I don't want to sit around with a group of women, who more than I … Continue reading Bridal Showers for Those Who Hate Bridal Showers
Let’s start by saying that traditions are changing and it’s more common that you, as the couple, are the ones fronting the bill for your wedding. If you are getting help from your parents it’s best to know how much they are contributing right at the beginning so you can budget accordingly. Equally, if your … Continue reading Budget: Who Pays For What