I know I post a lot of wedding content over here in the blog section, but the truth is I am available to plan all kinds of events! My goal as a planner is to take the stress off of your shoulders, whatever that may look like. So, as we venture into a very differentContinue reading “Holiday Ideas Amidst a Pandemic”
Depending on the comfort levels of you and your partner, personalized vows can be a beautiful addition to your wedding ceremony. People often have an overwhelming feeling when beginning to write vows because there is so much emotion attached to them. Whether it be because you don’t know where to begin, or because you haveContinue reading “How To: Write Your Own Vows”
It’s not something most people think about, but events, especially weddings, tend to create a huge excess of waste. Obviously, your events are special and not an everyday occurrence, so for some people, knowing that is enough to justify the extra waste. That being said, every little bit counts, so if you are looking forContinue reading “Eco-Friendly Wedding Tips”
Part of being an event planner is working with other vendors on styled shoots to get to know them outside of real events! We had a wonderful time shooting this styled boho elopement at Cellar 52 in St. Jacobs, ON, and I can’t get over how beautiful it turned out! Here are some of theContinue reading “Boho Elopement”
Planning your own wedding IS possible. I know, it is wild for me to say that as I run a planning business, but here’s the thing: I did it. I planned my own wedding, before I ventured into my event schooling, when I was as inexperienced as most people who try to plan their ownContinue reading “Planning Your Own Wedding: When Your Heart Is Too In It”
Hello lovelies! Times are getting busier, so this is a quick update to let you know that this blog will only be updated monthly (on the first Tuesday of each month), rather than the weekly posts I’ve been keeping up with! We will chat again soon, and in the meantime, feel free to look throughContinue reading
Previously on this blog, we talked a little bit about tight budgets and where you can find extra wiggle room (See Budget’s tight? Here are the first things to cut from your event.). Before you can focus on where to cut costs, or even on what your main priorities are for your event, first you haveContinue reading “How to: Choose a realistic wedding budget”
Picking your vendors is definitively one of the more challenging parts of planning your event. Some vendors may be more obvious to you- like picking that barn venue you have had your eye on for years- but others can be a little more complex when it seems they are all offering the same thing, orContinue reading “How to: Pick Your Event Vendors”
For some people, thinking of things they need or want for their new venture comes pretty easily, and that is great! However, a lot of people have a hard time asking for gifts, or just don’t know where to begin, especially if they already have a lot of what they need. Loved ones really enjoyContinue reading “How To: Registry Tips”
Every wedding is unique in its priorities and therefore its overall timeline. Some couples choose to focus heavily on traditions during the ceremony making it longer, while other couples choose to keep it simple and short. Both options can be captivating and memorable, but the differences definitely impact the overall timeline of your wedding day.Continue reading “The Average Wedding Day Timeline”
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