NOLA destination wedding: Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler!
We’re from California, so having the wedding in New Orleans was a destination for us and all of our guests. We wanted everything to be classic New Orleans… With some Star Wars and LEGO tossed in!
Never considered a wedding band? This UK company may just change your mind
UK couples: if you’re thinking that DJs are the only option for your wedding soundtrack, then I need to let you in on a little secret. Wedding bands are totally a thing, can fit within your budget, and you don’t have to do any work at all to find a band who fits your wedding theme. How the heck can this be? It’s time you met Entertainment Nation.
7 things to keep in mind when booking entertainment for your wedding
If you’ll be needing entertainment to enhance the atmosphere of your wedding, it can be a challenge. Nothing can bring together both sides of the aisle together like some killer music (whether for dancing all night or background for your tabletop gaming).
Here are some tips for booking entertainment to keep your wedding guests chill and having a blast.
5 wedding photos that could be album covers from Atlanta wedding photographer Sky Simone
Our sponsor Sky Simone is a wedding photographer and videographer who can’t help but make every image epic. So epic that these could all easily be album covers. For the offbeat couple who loves color, art, and pop culture, and are hoping to get some quirky photos on their wedding day, you’re going to want to peep these images and special discounts all from Sky Simone Photography + Film.
Don’t have a vintage suitcase? Use a guitar case card box
Card boxes are a cute lil avenue for you to release some creative wedding energy. We should know — we’ve seen tons of the adorable things y’all have come up with. But let’s say you’re more into the idea of a vintage suitcase than creating your very own Card Monster. If you don’t have the time/energy/finances to seek out an elegant, timeless Samsonite, never fear. Do you know anyone who plays the guitar?
A rustic country wedding with an old-fashioned ho-down
Andrea and Steve were inspired by their own way of life when they planned their rustic country wedding. They gorgeously combined a formal, black tie event with a huge family jamboree and old fashioned ho-down. Everyone was encouraged to come with a musical instrument and the drive to rock out. They both come from families who love jam nights and réveillons, so the ho-down was simply back to basics for this music-loving crowd.