When I got married, choosing my reception playlist was serious business. I probably agonized over this more than any other aspect of the wedding. How could I find music that my guests would enjoy, suit the theme of the day, ... read more
Whether people simply forget to sign a wedding guest book or get shy worrying what to write, this traditional wedding activity can be overlooked by many if you aren’t careful. Here’s a few ways to collect those signatures so you ... read more
Whether you have 50 wedding guests or 300, there never seems to be enough time to catch up or have meaningful conversations with them during the reception. This can be especially frustrating if your guests live far away and you ... read more
Of all the delectable treats in the world, none is so closely associated with celebrations than cake. We eat cake at nearly every celebration imaginable: birthday parties, retirement parties, baby showers, and the list goes on. But when you’re celebrating ... read more
It’s an image we all know very well: a bride and groom, standing over their wedding cake, lovingly feeding one another. But then—BAM—the cake is smashed into each other’s faces! It’s a fun, playful moment that many couples look forward ... read more
Everyone loves something sweet at the end of the meal, and it goes without saying that weddings aren’t complete without dessert. While wedding cakes are an iconic symbol associated with these exciting events, that doesn’t mean they’re the only option ... read more
There are so many details that go into any wedding day, from the beginning of the ceremony all the way to the end of the reception. One thing that guests and couples alike love at these special events is to ... read more
Having your wedding in the summer means you have to worry less about the unpredictable weather—but with warmer weather comes more planning for the menu. Warm or scorching temperatures can really do a number on food, especially if you’re serving ... read more
I have a very big family, which includes a lot of very small children. When I got married, I wanted my cousins, aunts, and uncles to have a relaxing afternoon, where they could chat with each other, enjoy their meals, ... read more
There is often a little bit of downtime at the very beginning of a wedding reception. Brides and grooms take a few minutes to get some pictures taken, but a lot of the guests end up at the cocktail hour ... read more
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