The day was finally here- wedding day! Sam had been dreaming of this day for the past 9 months. She got out of bed, brushed her teeth, and washed her face before heading into the kitchen to make her first cup of coffee for the day. As she waited for her coffee, she opened up her Facebook and her heart immediately sunk. A massive fire had broken out across Southern California. Houses were evacuated, freeways were closed, and traffic jams had spilled over into all of the side s
When looking into entertainment for your wedding, it is likely that you will hear these two titles used interchangeably. However, this can cause a lot of confusion for couples planning their wedding because they are actually very different. Where the difference lies between the two is in the responsibilities.
Traditionally, a DJ is the professional who handles the music. This involves playing the right songs at the right times, mixing music together, and taking song request
We are going to shake things up a bit this week and break the 4th wall.
Hi everyone! I am Madison, the voice behind these weekly wedding therapy sessions. As a newlywed myself, it was not long ago that I was in your shoes. As someone who always had a good relationship with my in-laws, I really thought that my only source of wedding stress would come from finding the right vendors and sticking to the budget my then fiance and I had set for ourselves.
Boy was I wrong!
Now that we have gone over what NOT to do when you get engaged (see previous blog post), let's go over what you SHOULD do! #1: Celebrate! You are engaged!! Before all of the wedding planning begins, take some time to just soak in all of the newly engaged bliss. That could mean an engagement shoot, celebration party with family and friends, or partaking in some classic engagement cliches... it is up to you! Regardless of how you choose to celebrate, make sure to make some fun
Congratulations on your engagement! Now that you have soaked up the engagement bliss, hugged and kissed your future spouse, and probably told your story a couple of hundred times... it is time to get into wedding planning (yay!). But before you throw yourself into full wedding planning mode and endlessly searching Google and Pinterest, there are definitely a few key things NOT to do. #1: Do Not Post On Social Media Before Telling Your Family It is easy to be overcome with so