You want your wedding guests to be celebrating with you all night long. Hospitality Baskets are a very simple collection of a few odds and ends placed in the restrooms that will keep your guests comfortable and feeling their best throughout the day. Some of the items to include in each basket are: Individually wrapped mints and gum Tylenol or Advil Antacid like Tums Lint roller Stain removal stick like Tide-to-go Safety Pins Tissues Spray deodorant Band-aids Floss picks Bug S
Towards the end of your wedding planning, one of the more important and more complicated things you’ll need to do is create a layout and seating chart for your reception. The layout refers to where the various things/people that make your reception happen are placed and the seating chart refers to what people you have sit at which tables during the reception meal, and where those tables are located. Many times, the venue or rental company will provide you with a layout that t
Receiving line: Do we have to do it and who stands in it? When people hear the words receiving line, they cringe. It is something less people are doing and no, it is not required at a wedding. They do serve a purpose though. As hosts of the event, the couple should make sure to greet every guest and thank them for coming. Doing a receiving line will save the couple time from having to greet everyone at the reception. Bottom Line: If you decide to have one, the traditional
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Hollywood has done Wedding Coordinators - and, ultimately, brides and grooms - a disservice.
Father of the Bride is one of those movies to which everyone refers when I tell them what I do for a living. “Ohhhhh! You’re just like FRANCK!” The irony is that the climax of the film makes me a nervous wreck. Do you recall the actual reception? The father of the bride is put in a situation where he has to move errant cars, doesn’t get to have dinne