Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
The best wedding planning advice we can give today is to enjoy the holiday season with your family and friends, and take a break from wedding planning and drama to enjoy the time you all have together. Welcome to all the new Nittany Nearly-Weds who are joining us, and we here at NittanyWeddings.com wish all of you a Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday Season and a safe, Happy New Year!
Wedding Tip of the Week: Print up a contact list for everyone involved on your wedding day, then giv
Even though you may have all the contact info of all of your Wedding Professionals in your phone, your dress probably doesn't have pockets. Make up a master contact list of every one of your Wedding Professionals who will be working on your wedding day (and perhaps the phone numbers of each member of the bridal party and parents) and print it out, then give that list to your mother, Maid of Honor, or your go-to-contact person so that if something happens, someone needs to be
Tips for Planning a Holiday Wedding
I LOVE this time of the year. From the lights, to the decorations, the food, the parties, and even the shopping; there is something magical about the holidays. It is a time of the year filled with hope, excitement, and the possibility for a miracle is everywhere. It is easy to see why so many would like share in the magic of the season by getting married. There are some great advantages to getting married around the holidays. There are some disadvantages as well, but the
Wedding Tip of the Week: 10 Questions to ask your DJ instead of "How Much?"
1. Do you have a contract and who signs it? 2. What all do I get for the price you’re quoting me? 3. Will you be our DJ? And if not, can we meet our DJ? 4. Do you work for this company only, or do you do freelance work? 5. Do you have insurance? 6. Do you MC the event as well as play music? 7. If there is an emergency on your end, what happens to my wedding? 8. How far in advance of my start time do you arrive to set up? 9. How can I expect you to be dressed when you show up