Wedding professionals should not expect tips, but somewhere along the way it has become expected. This opinion will likely get me in trouble; my wedding professional friends may take issue. It won’t be the first time – and with any luck, not the last either. According to legend, the word “tip” came from a pub … Read More about Tipping Wedding Vendors: Fact or Fiction
Let’s talk more about the function of the wedding venue, precisely how to function when the wedding and reception are in two different locations. You have double the amount function to consider. Don’t panic. I just mean you need to give each location separate consideration. Use the same process outlined in part 2, for both … Read More about “Form Ever Follows Function” The wedding applications, Part 3
Now you know how to choose a venue that will accommodate all your guests and the needed service staff, let’s talk about how to use the space. There are too many variables to cover here, so let’s start with what to consider when your wedding ceremony and reception are in the same location. How will … Read More about “Form Ever Follows Function” The wedding applications, Part 2
“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 important aspect of the wedding. Weddings are … 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 accommodate the extra guests Making … Read More about They Are Guests, Not Customers!