3 Reasons to Have an Unplugged Wedding

By il Tulipano, Posted in Wedding Planning

Recently, weddings have gone digital, with more and more couples using wedding websites and personalized wedding hashtags — but some couples are leaning in the opposite direction, choosing to step back and unplug on their big day. Here are 3 reasons to have an unplugged wedding.Your Photos Will Be BetterYou’ve probably seen albums circulating on social media of professionally taken wedding photos that portray a beautiful moment.. with 20+ smartphones held in the air to capture it, too. You&rsquo... read more.

  • July 13, 2018
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3 Wedding Cake Tasting Tips

By il Tulipano, Posted in Wedding Planning

Cake tasting should be one of the most fun parts of the wedding planning process. It’s just the two of you, maybe some family, or friends, and a ton of delicious cake samples. But what do you need to do to really be prepared for this event? Read on for 3 wedding cake tasting tips that will make your day as productive as it is yummy.Know What You WantIf you have specific cake flavors you would like to try, be sure to let the baker know ahead of time. Usually, your baker will have you fill out a form wi... read more.

  • June 22, 2018
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5 Wedding Registry Essentials Every Couple Needs

By il Tulipano, Posted in Wedding Planning

We’ve already covered the top 10 items for your wedding registry, but there are some things you just MUST have on your registry - no matter who you are. Even if you are an established couple with a household full of stuff, these 5 wedding registry essentials every couple needs should be on your list.Crockpot and/or InstapotAll couples have to eat, and if you are like most people, you’re probably too busy to cook a four course meal every night. Crockpots have been around for ages and are a great... read more.

  • May 29, 2018
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10 Questions to Ask Before Booking Your Wedding Venue

By il Tulipano, Posted in Wedding Planning

Booking your wedding venue should be one of the first steps in the wedding planning process. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and uncertain at this stage of planning, and you may not even know what you need from your wedding venue yet. We’ve compiled a list of 10 questions to ask before booking your wedding venue to make sure you find the perfect place for your special day.1. Is my date available?Many venues book up months or even years in advance. You may want to have multiple dates to check when... read more.

  • May 09, 2018
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A Guide to Writing Your Wedding Vows

By il Tulipano, Posted in Wedding Planning

So you and your fiance decided it would be nice to write your own wedding vows. It sounded like a romantic idea at the time, but now the magnitude of the task has brought on writer’s block. We’ve already covered how to write your wedding vows, but read on for a guide to writing your wedding vows.Just Start WritingFor some folks, the best way to write your wedding vows is just to start writing. Write about what you love about your fiance, the things you’ve been through together, and what yo... read more.

  • April 27, 2018
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3 Spring Wedding Ideas for a Bride on a Budget

By il Tulipano, Posted in Wedding Planning

Love is in the air, and there’s still so much to do before the big day! Sticking to your budget can be difficult which is why we’ve compiled our 3 best spring wedding ideas for a bride on a budget. Read on to learn what you can do to have a great spring wedding - without blowing your entire budget in one place.Skip The Expensive Floral ArrangementsHow you save money on weddings depends on whether you’ll be indoors or outdoors. (Learn the pros and cons of both options.) If you’ve chos... read more.

  • April 13, 2018
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4 Travel Tips for Guests Attending a New Jersey Wedding

By il Tulipano, Posted in Wedding Planning

So you’re planning to travel to New Jersey for a wedding, and you want to make the most of it. Read on to learn our 4 best travel tips for guests attending a New Jersey Wedding.Plan for Jersey WeatherWhen you travel to New Jersey, you have to be prepared for all sorts of weather. Particularly if you are attending a spring or summer wedding in New Jersey, you need to be prepared for the possibility of chilly weather. Be sure to pack a shawl or sweater to cover your arms if you plan to wear a sleeveless... read more.

  • March 30, 2018
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Top Pinterest Boards To Follow When Planning Your NJ Wedding

By il Tulipano, Posted in Wedding Planning

Let’s be honest; you’ve been pinning Pinterest wedding ideas since long before you were engaged. But now you’re engaged and in full-on planning mode. Your wedding board is probably out of date and missing some key pieces. We’ve found the boards with the best Pinterest wedding ideas to make your NJ wedding as awesome as you’ve always imagined it could be. Read on for our top picks!Wedding DressesYour dress is one of the focal points of your day. Get inspired with One Fab Day&rsq... read more.

  • March 09, 2018
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How to Choose the Perfect Local DJ for Your NJ Wedding

By il Tulipano, Posted in Wedding Planning

Your wedding DJ determines the soundtrack to your big day, so it makes sense to choose carefully. Now that you’re engaged, there’s plenty to do, and when it comes to picking a DJ, there are a lot of things to consider. Read on to learn how to choose the perfect local DJ for your NJ wedding.Determine What You WantFirst thing’s first, sit down with a piece of paper, your favorite note-taking app, or even an email to yourself and write down what you want out of your wedding DJ. What kind of m... read more.

  • February 09, 2018
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How to Calm Wedding Day Nerves

By il Tulipano, Posted in Wedding Planning

Either you are freaking out about your wedding day right now and need immediate assistance or you are planning ahead for those inevitable last-minute jitters. Regardless, the following advice will help calm wedding day nerves (whether you are the bride, groom, or someone who loves them).Make a Plan & DelegateSit down and create a wedding day timeline. Be as organized and neurotic as you like. Then, pass that list on to someone else in the bridal party - especially if you are the bride or groom. You shou... read more.

  • January 30, 2018
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