Etiquette + Traditions

Divine Dresses

Each planner has their favorite moment from each wedding, but I would have to say that my favorite moment is always seeing the bride's beautiful dress for the first time!  There's something about seeing the dress that the bride worked so hard to pick out and pair with the right accessories that is so special to me.  Over the last...

New Years Traditions

As we all know, the new year comes with a clean slate and an opportunity to make this year better than the previous.  But how do you ensure that the new year is more prosperous than the last?  By eating the traditional "New Years Day" food, of course! Prosperity In order to be monetarily prosperous in the new year, you are supposed...

Groom Gifts

When people think about weddings, they don't often think about the bride giving the groom a gift on their wedding day.  Sure, the groom is expected to give the bride a token of his love, but what does the groom get?  We're listing some of our favorite gifts for your groom on the blog today! Personalized Cuff Links If your guy is a...

Pretty, Pretty Paper

When it comes to invitations and save the dates, there are more options out there than no-seeums by the Charleston marsh on a summer's day- and if you've ever spent a spring night out by the water here, you know what I mean.  But, nonetheless, invitations are extremely important.  They are the first impression guests will have of your wedding...

The Bow-quet

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Something Borrowed, Something Blue

We've all heard it.  To get married, you need "something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue."  Usually brides have family heirlooms, as well as new purchases, to satisfy most of these requirements, but your something blue is what you can be creative with! [caption id="attachment_533" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Mrs. Joseph chose these darling blue flats for her something blue.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_534"...

Paper, Paper, and More Paper!

The first impression of your wedding doesn't come as the guests walk into the church or ceremony space, or even when they see the reception setup for the first time.  The first impression comes months before the actual wedding date- with the paper suite.  Your save-the-dates, invitations, and programs are, like most things in your wedding, are a reflection of...

June Brides & Other Traditions

For as long as most of us can remember, the most popular month of the year to get married has always been June.  But, few people know why that is. The tradition of June weddings dates back to the Middle Ages. http://bowercommunity.com/homestead/germarrmdvlx.htm Back then people typically bathed once a year.  Usually, their annual baths fell in the months of May and June.  Brides...

Derby Day

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