Eight Things That Need a Wedding Planner’s Help

A total do-it-yourself wedding puts the pressure on you to remember every single detail. And there are several that can slip through the cracks if you don’t have someone dedicated to managing the flow of your wedding day. Here are just eight frequently forgotten questions that may benefit from a planner’s hand.

Broke? Try a Pop-up Wedding

Not everyone can afford a full wedding ceremony, dinner and an evening of dancing. But the market always finds a way. One popular new trend among young couples is the pop-up wedding. Here’s how to do it right.

Ten Keys to Making Your Wedding Unforgettable

Every wedding has a love story. Practically every wedding has a ceremony, followed by a meal. But not every wedding is memorable. By focusing on what matters to your guests, you can ensure that your wedding will be a day filled with lifelong memories — for you AND your guests. Here are ten keys to an unforgettable wedding.

Don’t Let Your Cocktail Hour Be the Weak Link in Your Wedding

Cocktail hour often is relegated to an afterthought at a wedding. A couple figures it’s enough to set out a single table with a plate of cheese, crackers, fruit, veggies and dip, and set up a single bar to serve 150 people, and voila! Cocktail hour! But memorable weddings also have memorable cocktail hours. Here’s how to make yours great.

A Destination Wedding – What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

If you’re envisioning that fantasy wedding on a tropical beach, or in some historic cathedral in a European capital, you need to keep your feet on the ground and consider some very real challenges that await you. Here are some things that can go wrong — and HAVE gone wrong — on destination weddings.