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Tips to get the most out of a Bridal Show

Hi! We’re back with those bridal show tips I promised you, before the show season is over. Here are a list of shows there are to visit and that we will be at in the next few weeks.   South Towne Bridal Showcase – Sandy, Utah – 1.28.17 Davis Bridal Show - Davis, Utah – 2.4.17 Southern Utah Dixie Center - St. George, Utah – 1.11.17 Portland Bridal Fair – Portland, Oregon - TBD Provo Bridal Fair – Provo, Utah – 2.18.17 South Towne Bridal Extravaganza – Sandy, Utah – 3.25.17 We’ll have a couple of more throughout the rest... Read More

Top 10 songs to get everyone on the Dance Floor

Living in Utah we’ve been to a few weddings to say the least. Weddings where there is no dancing, wild party weddings and weddings where try their hardest but they can’t seem to get their guests off their keesters. If you are wanting dancing at your weddings these songs are a for sure way to get your guests off their feet and celebrating with you! Of course you need songs of today, to get your bridal party up and going! Songs like Cake by the Ocean by DNCE, Up Town Funk by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars and Shut up... Read More

Wedding Planning: Organization and Decor

Here are a few tips on staying organized while planning your wedding! Address your thank you card envelopes before your wedding so you have one less thing to worry about after. Or you can just send out thank you notes to the guests that give you a gift before your wedding so you don’t miss anyone. Number your RSVP cards to correspond with your address list so you can see which ones are missing and also figure out hard to read responses. Most of your guests won’t notice a small number on the back of the card and it will... Read More

Wedding Planning: Venues and Vendors

Here are a few tips for when you are picking out a venue for your wedding! Consider finding a venue that offers all the things you need such as hotel accommodations, ceremony, and reception all in one place. This will help you save money and cut down on time and the stress of transportation logistics. Some parks or gardens will let you have your wedding on their grounds in exchange for a small donation to them. This will save money and give you a beautiful outdoor space if your wedding is in the warmer months. Wait until four or five... Read More

When To Send Out Wedding Invitations

As soon as you get engaged, you need to start preparing your Save the Dates and invitations. You don't have to send them out immediately, but don't wait too long. And yet many people are not sure what to put on these cards. In this article we will share some thoughts on what to say, and when to send your cards. Prepare 6 to 8 Months Before You need to send out Save the Date cards anywhere from 6 to 8 months in advance. If you are going to have a destination wedding then it needs to be as soon... Read More

10 Rules of Marriage You Won’t Learn in School

Rule 1: Marriage isn’t about your happiness. It’s not about you getting all your needs met through another person. Practicing self-denial and self-sacrifice, patience, understanding, and forgiveness are the fundamentals of a great marriage. If you want to be the center of the universe, then there’s a much better chance of that happening if you stay single. Rule 2: Getting married gives a man a chance to step up and finish growing up. The best preparation for marriage for a single man is to man up now and keep on becoming the man God created him to be. Rule 3:... Read More

25 Marriage Tips

With June, the wedding month, peeking around the corner at us, we thought it was time to present you with 25 tips for a successful marriage, to help a wife make her husband happy, and a husband make a wife happy. And some are even funny tips, too! And so, in no particular order, here is my accumulated wisdom, little as it may be: 1. Talk to your spouse more kindly than you talk to anyone else in the world. Too often we speak the most harshly to those closest to us. 2. Remember that marriage is less about marrying... Read More

Wedding Cake Tips

Taste the Cake As you start setting up appointments, find out when each baker's next tasting is scheduled. At tastings, clients are invited into the bakery to sample exemplary cakes, ask questions, and review portfolios. This is an excellent opportunity to meet bakers and fully understand the range of their abilities. Select a Style Deal with the cake after all decisions about dress style and reception decor have been made. These elements can serve as a blueprint for the design and structure of your wedding cake. Choose a cake that's compatible with the style of the venue, the season, your... Read More

3 Secrets to Creating the Shabby Chic Wedding of your Dreams

Wedding trends come and go, driven by many cultural influences, but few are as enduring and romantic as shabby chic/shabby glam. With its perfect combination of elegance and softness, bright sparkles and gentle hues, a shabby chic wedding complements the individuality and beauty of brides of every age and walk of life. And, thanks to many rental stores increasing their inventory of shabby chic items, it’s also one of the easiest and most fun wedding themes to create. Vintage wedding gowns, repurposed items and a wide inventory of thematic rental items can all work together to create a shabby chic... Read More

Tips for Taking Engagement Photos

Traditionally used in wedding announcements, engagement photos are now an essential element of save-the-date cards and personalized wedding websites. The setting can range from formal shoots in which couples are dressed to the nines to casual shots featuring couples in everyday attire. When planning an engagement shoot, couples should give themselves carte blanche with regard to style, as the photo shoot need not follow the conventional rules that the wedding itself will most likely adhere to. After deciding on the overall style of the shoot, here are some ways to ensure the portrait session is a success. Find a photographer... Read More

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