Shopping Tips For Your Wedding Gown

Regardless of whether you have been dreaming about your big day—and your wedding gown—since you were a little kid of five years old and know exactly what you want or the thought has never really crossed your mind until it was mentioned to you, it is time to go wedding dress shopping. This can be a fun and exciting experience, but at the same time, it can incredibly stressful. For many people, a wedding gown is the most expensive dress they will ever wear, and there is a lot of pressure to find the perfect one. Read More 

3 Factors That Determine How Soon You Need To Secure Your Wedding Venue

The wedding venue is by far one of the most important elements of your wedding day. Get stuck with a venue you do not like, and it is bound to put a damper on the festivities, and you may even encounter other problems, such as too little space. The key to securing the venue that you want is booking the venue at the right time. While there is no set timeframe to make your plans, there are some factors that can help you determine when to secure the location. Read More 

4 Signs You Should Host Your Wedding On A Farm

One major thing that can have an impact on your wedding is the venue you choose. It's important to choose the right venue, but it can be a bit tough to make the right decision. One option is to host your wedding on a farm. These are a few signs that this might be the right venue for your upcoming event. 1. You Like the Shabby Chic Look If you're a big fan of the shabby chic look, then you will probably love hosting your wedding on a farm. Read More 

Enjoy Full Privacy By Prioritizing Certain Wedding Venues

Getting married is something that you may have been looking forward to for a long time, so it makes sense that you want everything to go well. While you may like seeing weddings that happen in public spaces, you may know that you are interested in a private wedding. When you start looking for a wedding venue, you should think about all the most important details that will play a role in how much privacy you get to enjoy. Read More 

What Is The Job Of A Wedding Officiant?

When we picture wedding ceremony officiants, the image that often comes to mind for cultural reasons is that of a religious leader. The nature of marriage is changing, and many people are turning to alternatives for their weddings. Traditionally, the alternative has been a government official, usually a magistrate, a judge or a mayor. Wedding officiants come from all walks of life these days, and it's good to know a bit about the requirements for the job before you hire one. Read More