Can vendors you aren’t hiring still help you with your wedding plans? Should you even reach out and ask if you know you aren’t going to hire them? Based on one Offbeat Bride readers’ experience we took this question to wedding planner Kelli from Shindig Events. And the answer just might help make your wedding planning a lot easier.
There can be so. many. things to worry about when planning and executing a wedding/commitment ceremony. If yours happens to include setting up a block of rooms at a hotel, then I have some tips for you! I work at the front desk of a big hotel in a major city, and have seen a lot of frantic brides come blazing through our doors. Here are some of my TOP TIPS for making your important day run just a little smoother.
We’ve got expert advice on all the parts of a wedding, and how structure your wedding ceremony from start to finish, complete with a sample outline.
Weddings are typically organized by people who are not show business types and who’ve never been in the thick of planning or running an event to the scale that their wedding will be. This in mind, here are my tips and hints to help you get the best out of vendors…
I was disappointed by one of my wedding vendors, so I wrote a scathing review on a wedding vendor review site.
… And then the vendor threatened to sue me.
Yes, it’s true. By law, in my state at least, some of the statements that I wrote in my negative vendor review were considered defamatory and therefore against the law. Which meant I could be sued for a total up to $350,000. So before you go posting that crazy-mad review, follow these tips…
Unlike ladies’ formal attire, men’s suits really haven’t changed very much in the couple of hundred years they have existed. So, by playing with the details, you can make almost any three-piece suit look like it’s from any era. There are numerous creative things you can do to vintage-ize your ensemble and Duchess Clothiers is giving away the secret behind what details to pay attention to.