While many love to get married on New Year's Eve, how about doing something a little out of the box as you get out of 2015. Cynthia Pesce, the general manger of the Inn at New Hyde Park, has three ideas you still have time to execute before your News Year's Eve wedding.
We are excited to have Wedding Expert & Author Maggie Lord of Rustic Wedding Chic weigh in on what to expect for next year’s nuptials. “Shimmery neutral colors and beautiful natural settings and design elements will be popping up for weddings in 2016,” says wedding expert and author Maggie Lord of Rustic Wedding Chic. Wedding attendees, engaged couples and planners can plan to see these top trends emerge next year:
If your wedding is fast approaching and you are feeling a bit clueless about how to organize everything in time, you are not alone. The vast majority of brides-to-be have no clue how to get everything in place. Most of us don’t know where to begin when it comes to budgeting, and very few of us even know what we have to do legally to tie the knot. Don’t panic! We give you the ultimate guide to your own wedding. Once you have checked this out, you should be fully informed to work out your entire wedding budget.
It’s time to plan your wedding, the excitement of your engagement and the stresses of the planning process have merged. There is a world of options to consider in order to make your wedding dreams come true. Often, the first consideration when planning a wedding is the date; should it be in the summer by the water? In the fall as the leaves turn? Or in the fresh air of spring? Most brides don’t think of winter as an option.
The November issue of Town & Country features the annual T&C Weddings guide which features three classic trends that are making a HUGE comeback. Check out the three trends that are bringing wedding styles back to classic elegance.
Are you looking for a creative cake topper? Check out Etsy for the cutest creations EVER! There are so many to choose from. If your wedding is elegant, rustic, casual or anywhere in between, you'll find the perfect cake topper. Here are some favorites. They are fabulous!
Melissa Rae of Melissa Rae Photography has put together a fab infographic for the grooms. Let's face it, many brides make the wedding all about them, but it is the groom's day too. This guide gives grooms advice on being the best groom. Guys....take notes!
Congratulations, you’re getting married! Now what? Well, it’s time to start the preparations for your wedding day. Not to worry, though – as long as you schedule out your planning, you can get everything pulled together. Assuming you have a year to plan before walking down the aisle, here is a general outline of how to plan your wedding.
Dresses from our bridal shop, The Dress Matters, were featured in a beautiful photo shoot at the Sage Farmhouse. The shoot was captured by Bryant Sanders Photography and features pink and purple decor by Event Loft and lovely flowers by Media Florist. It also contains details like, cute favor boxes, cowboy boots, window panes, a birdcage and more. Here is the fabulous shoot. Be inspired!
You've been looking forward to your wedding day for as long as you can remember, so it's fun to plan every aspect of your big day. You've likely attended plenty of weddings, so it's important to add personal, unique touches to your ceremony and reception to make them stand out from the crowd.
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Blog of the elegant bridal boutique located in Media, Pennsylvania (Suburban Philadelphia). The owner of the boutique was selected 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year by the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce. We carry bridal, bridesmaid and prom dresses. Special services include Girls Night Out, Bridal Assistant and On-Site Alterations.