Whether you’re planning a full wedding or downsizing to an intimate event, hiring the right vendors is essential to creating the day you want. Booking professionals with experience takes stress off your plate as you finalize your plans, and vendors often work behind the scenes on your wedding day, making things run smoothly. For most vendor types, hiring a quality pro comes down to asking the right questions to make sure they can accommodate your style of event and execute your specific needs, which can be determined via email and quick phone calls, but there are two vendors you need to hire with an extra aspect in mind – their personality.
An Intimate Edgar Allan Poe Halloween Wedding
Halloween is a time of magic, mystery, and surprises, and while this may not be the most romantic holiday, for some couples, it’s the best holiday. If your love story embraces the spooky side of life, or perhaps you have fond memories of Halloweens together, a late-October wedding may be perfect for you. And for couples who love great food, gothic vibes, and the works of Poe, this real-life Intimate Edgar Allan Poe Halloween Wedding is sure to pique your interest.
Kada & Stephen’s Costume Party Wedding
Kada & Stephen wanted their costume party wedding to be fun and low stress, not stuffy and boring – and they succeeded! All guests were encouraged to come clad in fun costumes, and boy did they come through! A dazzling array of wild colors, bedazzled jackets, teal cowboy boots and even a saxophone appearance graced this incredible wedding.
Two Hearts, One Song: A Musical Elopement
ElopeNC & Green Wedding Guild love co-sponsoring the annual Green Elopements Challenge because it’s incredible to see how different vendors can infuse a design with their brand styles, ideal clients’ vibes, and eco-conscious wedding details. Two Hearts, One Song: A Musical Elopement was filled with vibrant, warm colors and incorporated vintage details with a love of music and Asian cuisine.
How to Successfully Plan a Daytime Wedding
Late nights, high energy, and loud music may be the trend for weddings, but if you and your partner are morning people, that doesn’t have to change for your wedding day. Instead of starting the festivities at 5 pm, yawning on the dancefloor, and staying up ’til midnight, your dream wedding evening might include curling up with your new spouse after an incredible day. With a few important differences from evening events, there are some specific things to consider when planning a daytime wedding, and we’re going to break them down for you.