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Five Unbelievable Perks of Working with a Wedding Invitation Designer

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May 11

Today on the blog: a guest post from my dear friend Hannah of Hannah Marie Calligraphy!   She lit a candle, poured a glass of pinot, and opened up her MacBook as she cuddled up next to her fur baby! She was SO excited to spend the rest of the evening picking out their perfect […]

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Solving Your Timeline Troubles

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Mar 30

I recently made an Insta story asking my followers what their biggest questions are about wedding planning. I received SO many about timeline creation, and finding a good “flow” for your wedding day. Brides and Grooms – you are NOT alone! No one expects you to have the perfect timeline when this is something you […]

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How to Be Productive Working from Home

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Mar 23

In theory, working from home sounds like the best thing ever. You can have a RHONY marathon playing in the background, make whatever you want for lunch, and you can wear sweatpants all day. But… all of these amazing things can prevent you from doing what you’re actually supposed to be doing: working. With COVID-19 […]

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Real Wedding | Dana + Elliot

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Mar 16

One of my favorite parts of wedding planning is learning about what really matters to my couples and makes them unique, and incorporating those traits into their wedding day. Dana and Elliot met over Saint Patrick’s Day weekend years ago, and chose that weekend to get married in 2019 – talk about luck! From Elliot’s […]

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What Do I Bring to My Own Wedding?

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Mar 9

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Recently, there has been one final question that I’ve been asked by Brides and Grooms alike – what do I even bring to my own wedding?! I know it can be super overwhelming. Your vendors have all of your decor, your mom has your heirloom veil, and your maid of honor is bringing you that […]

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The 5 Most Used Items in Our Emergency Kit

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Mar 2

On every wedding day, our team has emergency kits containing everything from fashion and beauty items, to things like band-aids and tape. You’d be surprised what we’ve accumulated – it’s like having our own personal Mary Poppins bag! Check out the five items I MUST have with me on every wedding day – you never […]

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5 Ways to Feel Comfortable In Front of the Camera On Your Wedding Day

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Feb 25

Your wedding day is here! This is a monumental day and you’ve hired a wedding photographer to ensure your beautiful memories are captured. I mean, you’re going to be taking the photos that will serve as your first family heirlooms and will likely be displayed at your grandkids wedding one day – how special is […]

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How to Plan an Amazing Rehearsal Dinner

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Feb 18

Rehearsal dinners can often be an extremely difficult part of the planning process. There are so many different venue types that it can be overwhelming! Here are some tips that can make planning the most epic dinner party a little less stressful: Talk Expectations Start out your rehearsal dinner search by discussing with your fiancé […]

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Dress Codes Decoded

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Feb 10

It’s happened to the best of us: you receive a wedding invitation in the mail, and have no clue what the heck the dress code means! No worries – this post will be your best friend. Below, I’m breaking down what each dress code entails for men and women!   Brides + Grooms: bookmark this […]

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How to Write the Perfect Wedding Toast

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Feb 4

Wedding toasts – we’ve all heard really good ones, and we’ve all heard REALLY bad ones. Were you recently asked to give a toast at a friend or family member’s wedding? Are you unsure about how long you should speak for? Is there anything that is off limits? Have no fear! I have a foolproof […]