Alcohol is one of the staples of the wedding reception. Guests toast the bride and groom, sip on drinks during dinner, and get enough “liquid courage” to dance the night away. This means that most couples factor alcohol costs into ... read more
Low- and non-alcoholic drinks are becoming a staple at weddings. Believe it or not, many people, especially younger generations, are increasingly turning to a non-alcoholic lifestyle or just simply drinking less. Hence, anyone hosting a wedding in 2020 and beyond ... read more
Creating the menu is a big part of planning your wedding reception. One important thing to consider in doing so is the season in which your event is taking place. The spring is a refreshing time viewed as an awakening ... read more
As long as I can remember, summer has been considered the official “wedding season.” But these days, more and more couples are embracing the colder half of the year for their nuptials; in fact, October (a month that’s squarely in ... read more
The ceremony and reception of your wedding both receive so much attention during the planning process, but what about the cocktail hour? This in-between time of your big day may be short and sometimes forgotten, but that doesn’t mean it’s ... read more
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