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Wedding Plans: What NOT to keep secret

Wedding Plans What NOT to keep secret

We always encourage our Lehigh Valley brides to save a few surprises for their wedding day, whether it’s their wedding dress, a surprise first dance, or a cute favor for guests! But not everything should be a secret until the big day. You want your guests to feel “in the know” going into your wedding,

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Who to invite to your Bachelor(ette) party?

who to invite to your bachelor(ette) party?

Now that you’ve tackled the bridal shower invite list, it’s time to plan your bachelor and bachelorette parties. Before you plan the when and where of your “last single hurrah,” talk with your bridal party to set expectations. Deciding these factors before you choose the details will help bachelor and bachelorette party planning be a breeze!

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Wedding Plans: What to keep secret

Wedding Plans: How much should you keep secret? Dress reveal

Planning your wedding is an exciting process. We don’t blame you for wanting to call everyone on your guest list to share that you found the perfect flowers. Many brides love to share every step with friends and family; after all, they are excited, too! But it can also be exciting to keep a few elements of your big day a surprise for your guests. Here are a few of the most popular secrets to save for your wedding day.

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Planning your Rehearsal Dinner

planning your rehearsal dinner, lehigh valley rehearsal dinner

You spend a lot of time and energy planning for the perfect wedding day, but what about the day before? Planning your rehearsal dinner is an equally important part of wedding planning. Whether you’re preparing for your big day at a wedding venue in Lehigh Valley or elsewhere, we can help you plan for the big day before. So, what are the first steps you should take towards booking your rehearsal dinner?

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Planning Your Child’s Wedding

Congratulations! Your son or daughter is getting married. It’s a coming of age for your child, but we know this is a big day for you as parents, too.

Congratulations! Your son or daughter is getting married. It’s a coming of age for your child, but we know this is a big day for you as parents, too. How can you help make your not-so-little-anymore kid’s wedding the day of their dreams?

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