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3 Tips for Working Outside of Your Comfort Zone

This month, we’re focusing our efforts on being brave—and oftentimes bravery is required most when we’re forced to work outside of our comfort zone. As wedding planners and professionals, we never know what a client is going to want—they may ask for a cake shaped like their dog, or a ceremony-turned-dance-party, or flowers that float… Read More »

Tuscan Wedding Inspiration at Cal A Vie from Tres Chic Affairs

Set amongst endless acres of rolling hills, storied stone architecture and a 400-year-old chapel that embodies the definition of “charming,” we can’t get enough of this stunning styled shoot. From rustic reds to deep plums, we’re weak in the knees over the vino-inspired palette and dreamy florals, which manage to bring Tuscany to life in… Read More »

Featured Planner: Two Roads Event Co.

Over the past couple years, I have had the absolute pleasure of interviewing dozens of wedding professionals. But, I have to say that this one was a bit different – because I think Hailey might be one of my doppelgangers! Not because we look alike but because of her personality (hello my Type A/Type B… Read More »

Be Brave

We’ve officially made it to October, and, while we’re still suffering from where-did-summer-go whiplash, we’re ready to take on fall with all of our wedding-planning strength. We’re focusing our efforts this month on the idea of being brave, and we love today’s quote by the lovely Cheryl Strayed because it reminds us to do just… Read More »

We’re at Wedding MBA!

Well hello there! We’re so glad you visited the blog and wanted to let you know that our editors are taking a little break this week because they are at the Wedding MBA! We’ll be back to our normal programming on October 10th and until then, see what we’re up to at the conference over on Instagram!

Tips for Wedding Planning Through the Holidays

Don’t hate us for bringing up the holidays in September but in our continual effort to be one step ahead, we had no choice. #sorrynotsorry Wedding planning through the holidays has its own set of challenges. Between navigating vacation schedules, working with limited hours, and balancing family time with work, it can be easy to… Read More »

Be Sure To Do These Things at Wedding MBA

We’re running through our final checklist in preparation for Wedding MBA next week and can’t wait to meet you all! But, before we stuff the last little thing in our suitcase and hit the road, we wanted to remind you to do these things while at the conference. Stop by Our Booth We’ve attended Wedding… Read More »

Our Favorite Au-Natural Wedding Accessories

With the popularity of boho soirées and earthy affairs on the rise, we’ve been all about au-natural wedding design details lately. From gilded leaves to chunky agate to textured wood, there’s nothing quite as inspiring as mother nature and all of her endless gifts when it comes to nailing down a wedding aesthetic. Today, then,… Read More »

Knowing When (and How) to Admit You’re Wrong

This month, we’re focusing our efforts on humility, which—let’s face it—can sometimes be a bit hard. As business owners and wedding professionals who are tasked with keeping everything together at all times, admitting we’re wrong (or admitting we don’t, indeed, have it all together) can feel like admitting failure. BUT, we happen to think being… Read More »

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