by Mike Seek
The public in general is at a loss when it comes to hiring a DJ or entertainer for weddings, graduation parties, birthday parties, etc.
Whether this is your first time or you've experienced this process before, we will attempt to help educate you in a very easy, logical manner. Read more.
by Tracy Perkins
When choosing a wedding cake it is very important for the bride to shop around for the best taste, price and design to fit your needs.
Here are some tips on shopping for a bakery and choosing your wedding cake. Read more.
Great wedding photography doesn't always just happen. Here are 10 tips to help you get the best results from your photographer. Read more.
by Deborah Ashe
Planning a wedding can be stressful but it's important to keep on top of things, and don't let the small stuff ruin your big day.
Here are a few tips to help you feel and look your best at the biggest event of your life. Read more.
by Ivan Apfel
When I was a teen I had a car accident that was due to simple bad decision making on my part. After the accident, my grandfather only
said one sentence to me, "Hindsight is a wonderfully useless thing. Read more.
by Trish Kondreck
There is total silence. At the altar the groom awaits his bride. Read more.
by Dianna Shitanishi, CPCE, CMP
What I love about event planning is that while there are still some traditions couples want to keep, they are open to new ideas on how to make the wedding fun, unique and memorable for their guests. In September 2007, one of my couples had a Las Vegas theme wedding which truly matched the bride and groom's personalities. Read more.
by Parris Whittingham
I am often asked, "how can you ensure that your photographs of my wedding will be as good as the ones on your site?" The simple truth is. . Read more.
by Rev. Ann Fuller
Budgeting for a wedding is usually a primary factor in narrowing down a selection of wedding vendors. I know when I got married there were certain vendors I knew would never be in my budget and others I wrote off because their low prices hinted at a level of quality I was not sure I could trust. Read more.
by Timothy Scott
Let's all face it. The bride is the story. Read more.