Posts tagged engagement
Caroline Got Engaged! Part 1 - Guest Blog

Today we have Caroline on the blog talking about her new engagement!

I love that I have the opportunity to work with Candice this summer and learn more about the wedding planning process. It’s amazing that I happen to be engaged at the same time. Justin did a great job at surprising me. I had no idea it was coming and now I get to be engaged as I learn about all the details of a wedding from Candice.

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Timelines and Checklists

After looking for, and customizing so many engagement timelines, I've decided it's time to create my own. Because when your list says book your vendors 8 months ahead of time, you'll be lucky if you get any of your top choices.

What do I mean? Pinterest search 12 Month Wedding Checklist. On one I'm looking at right now it says "discuss menu ideas with your caterer." Guess when the list suggests that should be done? 4-5 Months before your wedding. Are they crazy? I'm working with a bride getting married July of 2017 and we're working on menu choices. That's 14 months out, not 4.

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5 Ways to Get You Through the First 3 Months of Your Engagement!

You've got a ring on your finger, congrats! By now you've got a manicure, posted a photo, maybe even had a party. But sooner than later you find yourself overwhelmed. You're not alone. In fact I can give you names (though I won't) of multiple brides I'm friends with on Facebook that have just gotten engaged and have voiced their stress.

So when the excitement wears off, and you realize "Holy S***" I need to plan a wedding, calm down. I'm not going to lie, facing all the details of planning your wedding (or even just figuring our your vendors) is scary. Here's a few ways to keep your cool, and how to get through the first three months of your engagement.

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Our Services // Part One - Full Planning

Our full planning services, non-list style.

From inquiry to post wedding day, I want to give you an example of what your engagement could look like. I say could, because every single wedding we've done has been different. Some processes might be similar, but we're planning your wedding, not our last couple, and not a future couple. This is your special day and we are so honored to be a part of it.

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