As we hear all over the news, things are a little precarious in Greece at the moment. So what does that have to do with us in the United States? And why should it matter to brides planning a wedding?
As a drive down any formerly bustling Main Street will tell you, things are precarious for a great many people and businesses here too. But for engaged folks, the desire to have a beautiful wedding lives on. And while our celebrities mindlessly plan expensive celebrations that set the ‘ dream wedding ‘ bar abnormally high, couples create detailed wedding budget spreadsheets to see if they can afford to have a wedding at all.
Here’s our message to any brides worried about the high costs of a wedding. More often than not, (and for sure in our case) vendors want to help you have your celebration. We believe in weddings, and beauty and love, or we wouldn’t be involved in this crazy/wonderful business. And without you – wedding vendors would, in fact, be out of business. So bring us your budget; big, small or anywhere in between and we’ll let you know what your best bet is – even if we end up referring you on to a colleague.
I read this review recently of a stationery store that sneered at a young woman, assuming she wasn’t their type of client. As I wrote a few weeks ago, we can’t assume anything – vendors about brides or vice versa – if we’re going to celebrate together. So, to quote Kool and the Gang, Celebrate, Come on!
- Germany’s Merkel, France’s Sarkozy to meet Wed. (marketwatch.com)
- My Little Wedding Planning Shop: Easy as A B C, 1 2 3! (mylittleflowershop.wordpress.com)
- New Wedding Photographer’s “Do and Don’t” list… (reneeclancy.com)