Floral Centerpiece By Bounty O Blooms

Choosing your wedding flowers is one of the most creative aspects of wedding planning. Perhaps you are going the sentimental route and carrying the same flowers your mom did, or maybe your fiancé has always given you purple roses so they are a must have. Either way, set yourself up to have florals that perfectly […]

For some couples, setting the guest list for their wedding is one of the first contentious issues they face. The average American wedding hosts about 140 people, and it can be surprising how quickly your “must invite” list can grow. Throw in your parents’ best friends, and your soon-to-be mother-in-law’s expectations, and your list will keep growing […]

Bridesmaid corsage being put on by the bride

You’ve spent months planning your dream wedding and ideal reception. Now you are in the home stretch to your big day. All the reservations and deposits have been made, your invitations have been sent, and there are just a few final details to complete. Then, you get hit with a curve ball you didn’t expect. […]

Ladies Organizing Name Tags At A Professional Corporate Event

Hiring a professional DJ offers a lot of benefits when planning a business event. Far more than hiring a living jukebox, a skilled DJ can take your event from mediocre to memorable, all the while making the event much easier for you to manage. Whether you are looking for music as background atmosphere or you […]

Green Uplighting Bride and Groom Dancing

Wedding receptions come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from small cocktail receptions, to backyard parties, to a seated dinner followed by dancing. Sometimes the wedding and reception are held at the same location, other times there is travel involved from one place to another. If you’re thinking about a traditional reception, including a receiving […]

How To Make A Wedding Toast They'll Remember

Any of us who have attended weddings remember particularly great wedding toasts that were heartfelt and entertaining. Unfortunately, many of us also have probably witnessed toasts delivered by an intoxicated wet blanket who was insulting, sloppy, and brought the mood down. If you are tasked with giving a toast at a wedding, follow these steps […]

We know, you have a lot of people say to you, “Just do the music yourself! Cousin Barry can make you a playlist and do it!” While handling the music yourself might sound like the perfect way to save on some money on your reception, there are some pretty important things to consider before scrubbing […]

White Head Table with Red Runner

Timing This information is all over the internet. I think it is important for it to be readily available here… for you: my clients. The number one thing to remember is that you are asking people to take time off from work, travel, and spend time with you that may not happen in a normal […]

Wedding Bands in Hand

Simple For those of you wondering “what is a dry wedding?” It is very simple… It means: No Alcohol Allowed. There are a lot of factors that go into this decision making process: Parents, religion, and even time of day. I want to discuss, with you, if this is the best decision for your wedding […]

Mother Son Dance at the Fork Kent KC Hal

This is Not Some Generic List This is a list of songs used by my real couples, at their real Maine weddings, sharing real emotions with their mothers. A list of father/daughter dances here! Songs for the Mother/Son Dance at Weddings The Beatles – In My Life Phil Collins – You’ll Be in My Heart […]