Taking the words of wedding experts with a grain of salt is the only way to survive. That said, there are some great wedding planning books out there full of sage advice. This is probably my favorite. Emily Post’s Etiquette 18th Edition This classic guide includes not only information on weddings, but on a myriad … Read moreBEST WEDDING PLANNING BOOKS! A very proper choice.
There are few occasion when a floral designer is OK with no real flowers on a cake. This is one of them (YUM!) I’m a sucker for the Wedgewood wedding cake thing – don’t try it with Limoges though – starts to look like an overdone Easter Egg. And this couple was sure to have … Read moreAlways have real flowers on a wedding cake. Except this one.
ALWAYS read the fine print. Great general advice, but wedding-wise, it’s extra important. So what’s the story on fine print anyway? And how does a couple make sure they don’t miss something that comes back to bite them in the budget? Read on. Fine print refers to the tiny writing at the ends of contracts. … Read moreWedding planning mistakes: always read the fine print.