The Do’s and Don’ts of Renewing your Vows

Don’t have a bachelor or bachelorette party or even a bridal shower. Those are designed to be used for the single person’s last night out and to build up things needed for a first home. Consider a more appropriate “girls or guys night out” rather than a bridal shower or stag party, if you do anything. Continue reading

Fast, Cheap and Good: Getting Clear on the Type of Wedding You Want


The question was asked, the answer was ‘yes.’

Now what?

Planning a wedding is a wonderful experience and it can also be overwhelming. This checklist will help you with knowing the steps and stages of your wedding planning adventure that will usher you into the new life with the love of your life.

First, how simple or elaborate do you want your wedding to be? What’s your timeline? What’s your budget? These are the first few questions you want to ask.

How simple or elaborate will likely determine the timeline and expense. Afterall, the old adage says you can have… Continue reading

How to Have a Successful (and fun) Wedding Rehearsal

A wedding rehearsal is a traditional part of a wedding, but modern brides have turned it a bit on its side. Opting to not have one at all, or having it for brunch rather than dinner, are ways to make it more practical than ever before. The success of the wedding rehearsal comes in how you define it and how you want it to go. Continue reading