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Just when you thought that you have accounted for all of your wedding expenses, comes Wedding Etiquette 101 on tipping your wedding vendors. It may have slipped your mind, but don't worry, we are here to add a little more chaos to your wedding planning. So, which wedding vendors do you tip and how much should these tips be?
While tipping is an optional monetary gesture for a job well done, you may be…Continue
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You May Have Guessed This Unique Wedding Theme Upon Seeing This Articles Title & Cover Photo, But Can You Believe It? It's Definitely A First For Us Here At Tying The Knott - A Lazy Saturday Morning Pajama Theme Wedding!
The most common fall wedding colors are just of those you would typically see on trees during autumn foliage, like green, orange, yellow, brown, and red,…Continue
Oh, stripes — you either love ‘em or you hate ‘em. They can be a tad frightening, especially if you’re not 100% sure how to pull them off. But let’s face it, when done right stripes can add a ton of interest, dimension and character to your…Continue
Big red heart balloons, checked shirts and happily frolicking the streets... you’re in for a treat. Here is the engagement of Dan and Mike, a young gay couple engaged to be married. Read their story about how they met and their journey into a beautiful same sex marriage here... and keep your eyes peeled for their wedding which is coming up…Continue
When planning your wedding, don't forget about the special man in your life. Some of the important details every bride plans is the wedding decor, including flowers. You see flowers in every wedding, from the beautifully decorated wedding ceremony and reception venues to the bride and bridesmaids bouquets and the flowers on the groom &…Continue
It's okay to cry at your own wedding. As a matter of fact. . . it often happens and is quite normal. Weeping is not uncommon. Getting married is an emotional moment. Many people tear up at weddings. Crying because you are happy is an amazing emotion. Here are a few tips that might help you prepare for such a moment.
1. Tuck a…Continue
The music you choose for your wedding reception is a fairly major decision to make. Sometimes it’s what can make or break the event, so be sure to take time to decide what would suit you best and peruse all your options.
First, think about what type of wedding reception you’d like to have — formal, casual or themed — and…Continue
The best way to help your bride plan her eco friendy rustic style outside wedding is to think outside the box. Traditional and old fashioned garden tools and decor like wheelbarrows, buckets, wagons and watering cans can easily be transformed into quirky wedding decor. Have the flower girl carry a watering can.…Continue
It's never too early in the wedding planning process to start talking about your guest list. First things first. It's all about the budget! The best way to cut the cost of your wedding is by managing the guest list.
Know what your budget is for food at the reception. Decide how many you want to invite then use the following list to help. If you're on a tight budget, a…
Spring, summer, fall or winter? — deciding on which season to have your wedding might have you a bit frazzled. They each have pros and cons, and if you don’t have a specific date in mind then you’re left with a whopping 365 options to have to choose from.
So to shed some light on this fairly important decision, I’ve put together a quick rundown of the…Continue
They’re sporty, quirky, fun…and delicious! Grooms’ cakes are a welcome addition to any wedding reception.
A groom’s cake is a way for a bride to include her groom in the wedding, and even show him a little thanks for his love, support and patience throughout all…Continue