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Category: Wedding Planning

Spring into stylish wedding colors

With *finally* warm weather on the horizon, we’re head over heels for wedding colors that scream spring! While choosing the right centerpieces is often at the forefront of a couple’s decorating decisions, there are many other subtle ways to incorporate color into your wedding day. Whether your style is rainbow-filled or typically black and white, there are …

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Choose & Reuse your Wedding Centerpieces

An often-heard gripe about wedding planning is that after months of preparation, it’s all over in a single day. But what if some of your wedding elements could be repurposed and reused after your wedding? One great way to do this is to invest in centerpieces and decorations that you can reuse as home décor after the …

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The MOST important question to ask your wedding planner

We’ve all seen the lists – questions you should ask your venue, your photographer, even your florist as you begin planning your wedding. No matter the vendor or location, you want to learn as much as you can (and you should – we want you to ask lots of questions)! But if you’re feeling uncertain or not sure where to begin, remembering to ask this ONE simple question will get you on track, and help keep you there.

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Got (too many) pots? Unique Registry Ideas

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.

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Does your wedding have to have a “theme”?

Does your wedding have to have a theme? Wedding Planning tips from the event center at blue

From New Year’s Eve to nautical, we’ve seen countless gorgeous receptions in our Bethlehem wedding venue with a diverse range of themes. We love a candlelit black-tie affair and a rustic, wildflower-filled wedding equally, and we enjoy working with couples to help choose their preferred direction. But for the couple that has a broader concept in mind, do you have to have a specific “theme”?

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