January is a time of year, especially in the Seattle area, with a lot of wedding shows. They are a terrific opportunity for engaged couples to really kick your wedding-planning into high gear. With
One of the trends I see is couples asking a friend or relative to be the officiant of their wedding ceremony. (If that’s you, you might be wondering how to perform a wedding ceremony and what to say.
When I think about wedding dance songs in 2017, the list has to start with the “Despacito” remix and then everything else. Really, even the best wedding DJs I know thought it was a bit of a down year for dance music.
A great way to keep your guests involved through your wedding reception is to surprise them throughout the night. And the custom-designed first dance can be a PERFECT spot for that kind of creativity.
You spend a LOT of time planning your wedding and envisioning the perfect plan. But sometimes, things can go awry. You might have a funny wedding disaster and go viral on YouTube.
I joined with Paulette Deckers, the founder of the Northwest Bridal Showcase, for a conversation about planning weddings. Where should couples start? What do they need to know during the various stages? What tips do the pros know?
I was honored when hosts Shannon Palmer and Kim Mills invited me to be a part of From Ring to Veil – their amazing series of Podcasts on wedding planning.