“Form ever follows function.” Louis Sullivan, an American architect believed the style of architecture should reflect its purpose. It applies to all sorts of design – including weddings. Most engaged couples focus on the look of their wedding. Yes, aesthetics are important, but it is not the most ... Read More about “Form Ever Follows Function” The wedding applications, Part 1
As a wedding planner, I know better than most how frustrating and costly it is when guests don’t respond, say they are coming but don’t come; or RSVP for one person but bring three. All sorts of issues occur: food and beverage costs increase last minute rearranging of seating to ... Read More about They Are Guests, Not Customers!
Is it possible to have too much information? Yes, especially if that information is mediocre or flat out wrong. The internet is amazing. With the click of a mouse, you can find anything, learn about everything and, let’s face it, buy anything. In terms of wedding planning, the internet has ... Read More about Help! The internet is drowning me!
You love your grandparents but do you want their wedding? Wouldn’t you rather have a wedding unique to you and your fiancé? Something old can be new again. Talk with your fiancé about your cultures, religions, and each of your families’ traditions. Choose the things that resonate with both of ... Read More about You can incorporate wedding traditions and Still Be Yourselves!
For our purposes, the dictionary defines trend as: Noun The general course or prevailing tendency; the trend of events Style or vogue: the new trend in women's apparel. Sounds pretty harmless. A trend is the tendency to drift toward what everyone thinks is cool and current. That is why I ... Read More about Trends: Help or Hindrance?