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It’s no secret that weddings can be expensive, and not just for the bride and groom. Being a bridesmaid or groomsman is an incredible honor, but often a costly one. From showers and bachelor or […]
As your wedding guest list comes together, you and your fiancé may be surprised to see how high the numbers climb. It’s tough to remove any friends or family from the celebration, and as the list grows, the decision to offer a guest a plus one becomes even tougher. You likely have a budget, and are trying hard to stick to it, so how do you decide who gets to bring a guest?
From attire and hotel rooms to meal choices and plus ones, your wedding invitations tell your guests all they need to know about your wedding day. While these basics are pretty obvious, you can make the most of your invitations by including the little details that guests may question closer to the big day.
Dishes, bed sheets, and barware might be popular items on a wedding registry, but our Lehigh Valley brides are often choosing some new, modern takes on registering for gifts. If you and your fiancé are already settled in your home and don’t have a need for many traditional items, consider one of these modern takes on the wedding registry that will help you to ask for what you actually want or need.
Maybe you and your fiancé are not big drinkers. Or maybe you are working with a limited budget. Either way, you are far from the first to wonder if you can pass on the open bar at your wedding reception. Is it ok to skip the open bar at your wedding, and if so, what are your other options?
The wedding countdown is filled with festivities for the bride – the bachelorette party, the bridal shower, and often gifts from your generous wedding guests-to-be! People close to you will want to celebrate every step, from the engagement through to the wedding day, and any gifts given during this time frame deserve their own thank you cards. So, how to make the thank you card writing process quick, easy, and meaningful?
A lot of thought goes into what you, your fiancé and the bridal party wear on your wedding day. But the attire of the rest of your guests can do a lot to set the vibe of your dream day, too. Before you choose your wedding-guest dress code, consider what these common dress codes entail so you can plan appropriately for your venue, your vision and even the weather!