The Moving In Together Challenge
For couples that are moving in together after their wedding, one challenge to overcome is what stays, what goes, and how to mesh your styles. This article from Loverly breaks down just what to do and how to handle it.
HOW TO TIME THE COUPLE PORTRAIT PHOTOS
We’re frequently asked how much time is needed for couple portraits on the wedding day. The short answer—as much as possible. The more in depth answer is that it depends on on the type of couple and how many quality photos they would like.
Ask your guest for an unplugged ceremony
This is such an important part of your wedding day! Help your photography and cinematography team by asking your guest to put their recording devices away. Enjoy the moment and let us capture it.
Make a Special Request at the USPS
Be sure to take your invitations to the Post Office and request to have them hand cancelled. That way, they won't run your beautiful invitations through their machines and potentially ruin them. NOTE: not all post offices offer this option.
How To Use Pantone's Greenery
Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year for 2017 is Greenery! I love this year’s pick, which Pantone describes as a “fresh and zesty yellow-green shade.” Read on to see how you can incorporate this color in your wedding.
Choose a locally-inspired menu
Planning a destination wedding? Let the local food become a design element. Food is another way to tie in the local culture by using fresh meats and produce from the surrounding areas.
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