There are so many decisions you make for your wedding day that reflect who you are as an individual and as a couple. Half the fun comes in all the details you decide on that represent you best. From the wedding venue to the favors you hand out, we want it to reflect who you are and be something your guests can also enjoy. So what details are safe to be completely selfish about and which ones should you consider your guests in as well?
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“It’s hard getting the whole family together” I hear my Grandmother say around the Holidays; and we’re all local! She successfully rounds up the group, of course, but how does she manage? How do you manage, especially if some of your guests are not local?
Before you begin to stress managing this logistics situation, take a deep breath… and let’s talk about tools that exist today to make your life a little easier when it comes to tasks like this.
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What do you need? Be honest. With everything else on your mind while planning for your wedding day, your registry can often be overlooked by just asking for items you want and not going for what you may need.
After speaking with our brides through the Wedding day process and researching this matter online, we have discovered some of the struggles that come with creating Wedding Registries. First of all, it should be fun. Let’s work together to make sure that your list does just that
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You’re in kindergarten and Mrs. Murray asks you take out your glue and crayons and hands you construction paper. She asks you to put an illustrative story together of where you’ll be in 20 years. With me? Okay, now it’s 20 years later and you’ve put the crayons down for a man you are about to marry. You want to make your wedding unique. You want to make it represent YOU. Pinterest has your creative mind flowing but you’re not sure how to recreate what you see. What do you do?
Amazon.com! That’s your new handyman. At least for your wedding as they have launched a new page tailored toward unique wedding day décor. Card boxes range from rustic to Tiffany boxes willing to satisfy any kind of wedding theme. If you can think of a category that your wedding needs decorations for, Amazon has you covered.
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You found the perfect partner, selected the ideal spot to say “I do” in front of friends and family, and have picked the right wedding venue in Bucks County to celebrate with all those closest to you. You have all the most important pieces covered so you feel great but what might be missing that can make any minor hiccup go away? A kit with survival tools for minor instances. From experience, here’s what we recommend you bring in your Wedding Day Survival Kit.
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Pinterest is to Weddings as Facebook is to Friendship these days. It almost seems like you need both to make it official and while it might seem like an unnecessary addition, it can help you out a lot. There are so many small additions you can dream up for your big day and a site like Pinterest can help you make these dreams come true.
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The rapid growth in markets surrounding the wedding industry have inspired some new conveniences for your wedding day. Here’s a look at some of the most popular wedding apps bound to work within your already busy schedule:
Zola Wedding Registry
Zola, a free app, allows you to create a personalized wedding registry to list the gifts you want. Ever find yourself shopping for someone else, standing in an isle and stuck between two options?
Zola solves this dilemma and creates a win-win for you and your guests as it takes the guessing game out of the equation. You get exactly what you want and your guests know they made the right decision. No gift receipts to hold onto and less time at the stores making returns so you can spend time with the one who matters most in your life. Thanks Zola!
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Guest Blogger: Darianna Bridal & Tuxedo
When we opened Darianna Bridal & Tuxedo in January 2013, we wanted to build a fun business, offer superior service, and become a community staple. As locals of the area, we already knew of some Bucks County businesses in the wedding industry and we reached out to partner with them. The first one was the Warrington Country Club.
Surprisingly, we found it had been purchased by another local family just 8 months prior and their enthusiasm for their new venture was infectious.
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You’re on the game show Family Feud and you’re asked “what do people think about most when they hear the word, Holiday?” You ring the button first and shout out “family and friends!” You most likely guessed the number one and two responses on the survey board. Interesting enough, it’s family and friends that make your wedding day extra special because what is a grand celebration without those closest to you involved?
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“I promise to make the meatloaf and turkey sandwiches just the way you like it.”
Vow writing can be difficult when struggling with a place to begin, but as you see from the quote above mentioned by a Bride in September here at the Warrington Country Club, speaking about a topic familiar to only the bride, groom, and close friends and family is what vows should be about.
Vows are a great place to share specific attributes you find most unique about your relationship with one another to those closest to you. Many couples will use this time to set the tone for the evening. It is a celebration. This is the time to let everyone know what you will personally be embracing on your wedding day.
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