Planning your wedding? Or any special event? Good rule of thumb: Assume Nothing. Really! Nothing. Always specify (in writing if possible) what you’ve planned for, asked for, paid for, hoped for and wished for. Especially when it comes to hopes and wishes, please please please don’t expect partners, fiancées and vendors to read your minds. … Read moreWhen wedding planning, assume nothing.
The language of weddings is changing as the marriage equality victories multiply. (Don’t fret Utah – California has seen this movie and we know the good guys win in the end.) As I wrote recently, the term “bride” is feeling a bit outdated for some to-be-weds. We want all couples to feel welcome at our showcase … Read moreBridal Shows? Old news. Welcome to the age of Wedding Shows!
On July 4th we celebrated My Little Flower Shop’s first gay wedding! Embracing this new freedom on Independence Day was incredibly symbolic. Here’s our take: Gay weddings are weddings. Unqualified, no label required weddings. Because now, LGBT people in love in the state of California have the same rights as anybody else, and having bravely … Read moreOur First Gay Wedding in The Land Of The Free, And The Home of The Brave.