These days, with the help of websites such as Pinterest and YouTube, there are tons of options for brides and grooms to learn tips and tricks to DIY their whole wedding. However, any DIYer will likely tell you tales of “Pinterest fails” and time-consuming projects that simply weren’t worth the effort in the end.
Pinterest is the frenemy of Wedding Planners. We all love Pinterest for the creative ideas it provides, but at the same time secretly hate it for setting unrealistic expectations for brides and grooms. As with any frenemy, there is a fine line you have to walk
Summer is here and that means vacations to the beach, going to concerts, and backyard BBQs. When planning your next BBQ party make it unique with these simple ideas.
1) Use lighting to create an awesome atmosphere once the sun goes down. These lights can be rented online here. Don’t forget to buy zip
When Krystal Williams was planning her Washington D.C. area wedding she experienced the same sticker shock that many brides do.
“Throwing an event in the DC area is always expensive, but you say the word ‘wedding’ and they hike up the price even more!” she exclaimed. Lucky for her,