Reduce. Reuse. Recycle

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.   Today we are embracing Mother Earth in celebration of her holiday, Earth Day! You may have noticed that nature has had a major influence on the wedding industry recently. From farm to table menus, to wild flower bouquets, Earth friendly trends are popping up everywhere. I have met some ecofriendly all-stars … Read more

Baby’s Breath

Take everything you used to know about baby’s breath and forget it. Last week at Catersource, the emperor, Preston Bailey, gave his two cents on the event industry. Included in his sermon was a new floral trend many weddings have adopted – mass arrangements of baby’s breath! Because of its affordability, neutral color and cloud-like … Read more

New Year’s Eve

To have a New Year’s Eve wedding or not to have a New Year’s Eve wedding. Brides ask every year, and my answer remains the same – YES! Let’s be serious, you know you never have exciting plans anyways, unless you consider a bottle of wine and Chinese food exciting? Do your guests a favor … Read more

Christmas Season

As much as we love to divulge in everything wedding each week, come November our focus switches from wedding bells to sleigh bells! Not to worry, I’ve decided to incorporate topics that can be used in your wedding or holiday planning. You’re welcome! Just yesterday I was pulling images on Pinterest for Christmas dessert tables … Read more

Winter Wedding

Whether we like it or not, winter is here! Let’s make the best out of this October snow storm and discuss WINTER WEDDINGS! Living in New England, most brides know the risk of picking a wedding date between the months of November and March. However, I believe the chances of having a perfect summer day … Read more

Fall Weddings

September 1st = fall is here! Labor Day weekend kicks off the start to Fall Wedding Season! More and more brides are opting for a fall wedding date due to the typical summer chaos. From weekends at the Cape to attending friends weddings, you don’t want your wedding to get crammed in somewhere in between. … Read more