wedding

  • How To Choose Wedding Florist

    How To Choose Wedding Florist

    Wondering what’s the difference between floral designer and florist? How much will the flowers cost? Should you ask your wedding planner to recommend someone? Here’s how to choose wedding florist. Ask for recommendation If you have colleagues or friends that got married in the same area, ask them for recommendations. If you have selected the […]

  • How To Save Money On Wedding Flowers

    How To Save Money On Wedding Flowers

    Traditionally, wedding ceremony will incorporate bouquets for bridesmaids, corsages, altar flowers and bridal bouquet. Flowers will also be used for centerpieces and garlands at the reception. Though wedding flowers can be expensive, there are several ways you can keep the cost low. Here’s how to save money on wedding flowers. Mix expensive and inexpensive flowers […]

  • 5 Reasons To Send Digital Wedding Invitations

    5 Reasons To Send Digital Wedding Invitations

    Who says that wedding invitations and RSVP cards have to be printed? When it comes to wedding invitations, more and more couples are choosing to go paperless. Digital invitations are as beautiful as their physical counterparts. They are also a great way to save some money. Here are 5 reasons to send digital wedding invitations. Save […]

  • Tips For Getting Wedding Guests To RSVP

    Tips For Getting Wedding Guests To RSVP

    How long should you give the guests to RSVP? Should you provide additional ways to RSVP? What about RSVP for destination weddings? Here are some tips for getting wedding guests to RSVP. Send RSVP cards as soon as possible Wedding etiquette states that invitations should be sent 2 months before the wedding. That gives your […]

  • RSVP Cards Tips

    RSVP Cards Tips

    Wondering when to send the RSVP cards? Should they match the invitations? What information to include? Here are some RSVP cards tips. Send RSVP cards as soon as possible Invitations are usually ordered about 4-6 months before the wedding day and sent about 2 months before the wedding day. If you can, send them even […]

  • RSVP Card Etiquette

    RSVP Card Etiquette

    Wondering how to fill out the RSVP card properly? When should you respond? Is there a polite way to decline? Here’s the RSVP card etiquette. What is the RSVP card? ‘RSVP’ comes from the French expression répondez s’il vous plaît, which means ‘please respond’. Wedding host will use the info on the RSVP card to […]

  • Wedding Dress Preservation Tips

    Wedding Dress Preservation Tips

    After the wedding, some brides sell or donate their dress, others re-purpose it into cocktail attire or lingerie, but most brides want to keep the dress that represents happiness, love and celebration. Wondering how to clean your dress? How much will it cost? Can you do it at home? Here are some wedding dress preservation […]

  • Blusher Veil Etiquette

    Blusher Veil Etiquette

    Wondering what is a blusher veil? How should it be worn? Should it complement the wedding dress? Here’s a blusher veil etiquette. What is a blusher veil? Blusher veil covers the face of the bride until she is presented to the groom. In ancient times, bride would wear a blusher to protect her against the […]

  • Things To Know About Wearing Your Wedding Veil

    Things To Know About Wearing Your Wedding Veil

    Wondering how to choose the right wedding veil? When to put it on? How should it be worn? Should you wear it at the wedding reception? Here’s everything you should know about wearing your wedding veil. When to put the veil on You’ll probably want to put the veil on as soon as possible, but think […]

  • How To Choose The Right Wedding Veil

    How To Choose The Right Wedding Veil

    Wedding veil can enhance your look by complementing the beading or embroidery on the wedding dress. Wondering how to choose the right wedding veil? What style should it be? How should it be worn? Here are some things to remember when choosing a wedding veil. Heavily embellished dress If you want to wear heavily embellished […]