Even though your wedding should be exactly what you and your future spouse would like, it is important to take your guests into consideration. This means thinking of their comfort and happiness throughout the entire event, even if it can get in the way of your plans. So, in order to create the happiest guests possible, here are some common things your wedding guests would like for you to know.
Considering that the average length of an engagement is 14 months, there is a lot to do in that very short time to get the wedding of your dreams. In one of our previous posts, we started a checklist for brides and grooms-to-be to follow when planning their wedding, so here we finish the countdown!
Getting married is one of the most exciting moments in anyone's life. But it can also be incredibly expensive and put a damper on brides and grooms who are looking forward to spending their lives together. However, don't fret because here are some incredibly easy ways to save money for your big day.
While rain on your wedding day is often considered good luck, you might see it as the opposite. The risk of summer storms can make hosting an outdoor event stressful, but this is especially true when wedding bells are involved. Luckily, it is in your control to not let bad weather splash all over your special day. From prepping your guests to adjusting your party rentals, these tips are your stress-free weather preparedness kit.
As you're planning your wedding, you may wonder if you should plan an outdoor wedding or keep it indoors.
Reasons you should plan your wedding outdoors:
- You love the outdoors, fresh air, sunshine or stars
- You're planning a country or rustic wedding theme
- You have an outdoor space that is significant to you
- You want your wedding to be relaxed or casual
Reasons to opt for in indoor venue:
- You have a low tolerance for cool or warm weather (although tent heating and cooling are available)
- You aren't willing to adjust plans to work with weather changes
While there are pros and cons of planning an outdoor wedding, we're sure you'll be just as happy with your event as these customers were.
If you're wedding is coming up and you haven't chosen a venue, be sure to check out Nissley Vineyards. It's a relaxed rural location that is charming and beautiful. It's not far from Harrisburg and Lancaster. Whether you shooting engagement pictures like this couple or you'd like to host your entire wedding onsite, this historic location is sure to please.
Planning your wedding is an exciting time. There is so much to plan, figure out, and decorate! There are so many things to pick from, and this includes tent rentals. Wedding tents are great all year round, as long as they are decorated and planned for properly, so here are some details to keep in mind when decorating those party rentals for your big day.
So you are recently engaged, and it is time to plan your big day! This is such an exciting time, but it can be incredibly overwhelming if you are not properly organized. According to the Knot's 2014 Real Weddings Study, the average length of an engagement is 14 months This gives the couple a little bit more than a year to plan their wedding, which may seem like an ample amount of time, but this goes by very fast! To prevent you from missing important details during this time here is a comprehensive wedding planning guide that will help your day go smoothly.
Planning your wedding can be stressful, from picking out the colors of wedding chairs to corralling your bridesmaids all into one place at one same time. This is where a wedding planner can come in. A professional wedding planner will be able to handle all the details you don't want to deal with, as who wants to choose party rentals or hire a bartender or remember to coordinate centerpieces when you have a wedding dress to pick out?
Despite the fact that June continues to be the most popular month to get married, more couples are opting for winter weddings. Although this season may have its difficulties, it can also be the most magical and picturesque time to tie the knot. And while you may not want to rent a tent for a wedding in the wintertime, you aren't limited in your celebrations. Here are three trends that will make any winter wedding the talk of the season.
The weather is getting colder, but that doesn't mean that your wedding needs to be put on the back burner until the sunny days of spring! According to the Knot, the second most popular month to get married is October, and we believe there are many benefits to getting married during the colder months.
The average length of an engagement is around 14 months. This means that the average couple has a little over a year to plan their wedding, which for some seems like a lot of time. However, this time can fly by when you are concentrating on your wedding rentals, flower arrangements, and bridesmaid dresses. In order to prevent forgetting an important detail, here is a list of five wedding details to make sure not to forget!
An outdoor fall wedding is incredibly romantic. Getting married surrounded by fall colors and multiple fall accessories -- think pumpkins, apples, and berries -- is perfect for any wedding, no matter the theme! Here are some fall wedding decorating ideas that will help spruce up your wedding rentals.
There are hundreds of details to attend to at a wedding, from the wedding linen rentals, the flower girl's dress, a well-executed rehearsal dinner, and wedding flooring rentals. In the flurry of minor details, it can sometimes be easy to forget that a wedding is also a great opportunity to express your creativity and truly go all out with an idea. After all, how often do you get the chance to host huge outdoor events like this?
The summer is by no means over quite yet, but you can almost smell the pumpkin spice lattes of fall. From the appearance of winter squash and beets in the farmer's market, to a slight nip in the morning air, we all know that the blazing orange sun of summer is making way for the vibrant hues of fall. And what better way to celebrate than by throwing a party?