Category Archives: Education

Educational Saturdays- No Wedding Crashers

As a wedding planner who works with many cultural couples, keeping uninvited guests out of their wedding is a concern that comes up often.  In Nigerian, Indian and other family oriented cultures, a wedding is a time for celebrating with … Continue reading

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Brooch Bouquet

One of my lovely brides has chosen to carry a brooch bouquet for her upcoming wedding.  Several family members gifted her a brooch that will be incorporated into her bouquet.  This is a great idea for family members to be … Continue reading

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Wedding Planning Myths Debunked by Every Last Detail

I came across a blog post by every last detail and wanted to post it for all our brides and brides to be.  It is every brides dream to have her dream wedding within her budget, this is definitely a … Continue reading

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Educational Saturdays-Wedding Invitations

Picking out your wedding invitations will be one of the most important aspects of your planning process.  Your wedding invitation is the first thing your family and friends will see to announce your upcoming special day.  It will also give … Continue reading

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Educational Saturdays- The Guest List

One of the most difficult tasks when planning your wedding is to narrow down how many people you want at your wedding.  Sure it would be nice to invite everyone who is eager to come celebrate your special day with … Continue reading

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Educational Saturdays- Bridal Portraits

Ladies, there are two times in your life when you will be the beautiful blushing bride. One will be on your wedding day, the day when you walk down the aisle in the presence of your friends and family.  The … Continue reading

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Educational Saturdays-The Groom’s Role

Recently, I have observed that some grooms are taking more of an active role in wedding planning.  Previously, grooms were only involved in the financial aspects of things but not often involved in the creative aspect of wedding planning.  Some … Continue reading

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