Should we write our own vows or keep it traditional?

By |May 18th, 2020|Tips, Wedding Planning|

While you were busy picking out florals, decor, your wedding party, and even the colors of your table napkins, your vows may have been put on the backburner. One of the most important parts of your day is often easily overlooked. Some people even wait until the night before (seriously, but I don’t recommend that). Figuring out what you want your vows to be doesn’t have to be all-consuming: you have options.

How to Cure the Pre-Wedding Jitters

By |May 4th, 2020|Tips, Wedding Planning|

The months leading up to your wedding are a whirlwind of planning, opinions, and excitement. The expectations about what your day will be are high, whether you started planning when you were a kid or you just learned the difference between ivory and white. With all the pressure put on “the single most important day of your life,” it’s no surprise that many couples get pre-wedding jitters. Here are some ways to stay chill before your nerves get the best of you.

Benefits To Having a Spring Wedding

By |April 6th, 2020|Tips, wedding, Wedding Planning|

There are just so many magical things we absolutely adore about spring. When the long winter ends, the warmer temperature along with spring sunshine is welcomed. The landscape, the gardens, the flowers - everything transforms with new fragrance and hues. These are the beautiful changes that make this season ideal for a wedding. Here, explore some of the benefits to having a spring wedding.

Buck Tradition: Why to Have a First Look on Your Wedding Day

By |February 11th, 2020|Tips, wedding, Wedding Planning|

We have all seen the videos.  You know the ones: the video from the perfect wedding day, where the wedding party is already behind the altar and those adorably precocious flower girls have just dropped the last rose petal with perfect attitude.  Dramatically, the music stops.  It stops just long enough for the officiant to ask everyone to stand. The song begins and the entire crowd draws what seems to be a single anticipatory breath as the bride appears to take her first step down the aisle.  But wait!  The camera only spends a second on the bride, because it immediately zooms in to that magical moment where the waiting partner has their mouth open and a single teardrop rolls down their face and passionately falls to the ground.  That is the moment: that moment of surprise that everyone prays will bring that exact same response on their wedding day.

Real Talk: Tips to Keep Your Wedding YOUR Wedding from Personal Experience

By |December 12th, 2019|Tips, wedding, Wedding Planning|

Wedding planning from personal experience can be incredibly useful. Learn wedding planning tips, successes and failures from one of my actual clients. Tashara and Alvan were wed in a Georgetown Milestone wedding outside of Central Texas and Tashara shares her wedding planning from personal experience here, including tips and tricks for navigating the unexpected waters of wedding planning.

Chapel Dulcinea: The Free Austin Wedding Venue (and Other Places to Have Your Wedding That Are Cheaper Than One Month of Austin’s Rent)

By |June 8th, 2018|texas, Tips, wedding, Wedding Planning|

Forty-Five million dollars. That’s the cost of one month’s rent in Austin, TX.  Just kidding (though it feels like it more and more everyday). That’s [...]