So, I’m going to start this post by saying, we love a wedding weekend of celebrations. We love it! We’re big fans of creating a whole wedding weekend or wedding week of events. Now the question I’m sure you have on your mind is… why? Because the more events you have, the more you have
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Weddings are by nature all about traditions. There’s everything from the white dress to the something blue to cultural and religious traditions. There’s vows, rings, wedding parties, and first dances. If you think about it, almost all the things you naturally think about when you think about a wedding are wedding traditions. But, what if
Q: I live in California and things are starting to really open up here with a full reopening planned for June 15th. While I’m happy that we’re doing well and excited about being able to really start planning my wedding, I’m still nervous. I’m nervous that things will get worse again like in other parts
This last year has been different for all of us. COVID not only changed our lives, but how we viewed it as well. COVID has essentially forced us to assess and in many cases, rethink our lives. And that’s not a bad thing. While there was a lot of bad that came with COVID, this
After a long 2020, things are starting to look up. We can see an end to COVID or at least a return to something close to pre-COVID life. And while it’s not here yet, it’s coming! Which means it’s time to start planning your destination wedding. Because you’ve been waiting to start planning till things
When you reflect back on a year you’re usually amazed at how far you’ve come. You look at all you’ve accomplished and all the things you’ve seen, done and experienced. But when I reflect on the last year, it’s not about what we’ve done. It’s not about what we’ve accomplished. It’s just that we survived.
When it comes to weddings, there are always questions. And with COVID, there are even more questions. Because there is so much that you just don’t know. And the BIG question I’ve been getting a lot recently is… when? When will things be back to normal? When can my guests and I travel? And when
2020 was the year of waiting. Everyone just sort of held their breath and waited to see what happened. People planned weddings, but those weddings many times got postponed, cancelled or downsized because the situation kept changing. The roller coaster of changes left everyone feeling the effects of whiplash. But, now that we’re in 2021
Q: We’re planning on getting married in late 2021 and we’re thinking about requiring guests to be vaccinated to attend our wedding. Is that something we can ask of them? And if so, how does that work? Great question! Because if you’re getting married anytime in the 2nd half of 2021 and even in 2022,
So, you’re thinking about planning a destination elopement or micro wedding in 2021. Because you’ve decided you’re not waiting, you want to get married now. But, you still want to go somewhere. Somewhere beautiful. Somewhere that isn’t your home or hometown. Because well, you’re tried of being where you are. You want to get married