|Diane, Owner/Lead Coordinator with Natalie _ Jason – June 16/12.|
Two more weddings to go and then it looks like we’re done with our 2012 wedding season – unless of course we get some last minute bookings for October to December.
In 2010, we were booked solid with Fall weddings, 2011 had a mixture of both Fall _ Summer and this year it seems like Spring and Summer were the hot seasons to say “I do.”
This season we’re honoured to have assisted with the execution of 9 weddings – that’s a lot of gigs for this part-time business. Since June, we’ve had a wedding almost every second or third weekend, with meetings, consultations and rehearsals slotted in between. Whew!
We can’t wait to show you pictures from awesome Photographers we had the chance to work with including Ikonica (Porsha _ Will), Elizabeth in Love (Morgan _ Adam) and some we still have yet to look forward to working with like Unveil Photography and the bridal veil from bestweddingveil(Brooke _ Richard).
Congrats to all the newlyweds from this year, and to the remaining couples; we can’t wait to be by your side on your most special day!
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* Picture from Backwards Life
been a debatable question for quite some time.
guest list. A good rule of thumb is; if you haven’t had a sit down meal with
them in a year, then they shouldn’t be invited to your wedding. This of course
doesn’t apply to relatives or close friends that live in another
Province/State/Country. Best thing to do is create your list of everyone you
want to celebrate with (including your side and his side – get names from both
sets of parents too!) and then make some cuts. If you really have to struggle
with the decision, let that show you that you likely wouldn’t be upset if they
RSVP’d “No”, so save yourself the possible added cost and just don’t invite
wedding, you have to figure out what to do about those sans relationship. This
poses the question of inviting a plus one.
dating anyone for more than 6 months, then they shouldn’t get a plus one. If they have been in a relationship for longer
than 6 months, then they should be invited – you wouldn’t have wanted someone
to exclude you when you were with your hubs-to-be at the 6 month mark, right?
guest can invite someone they are casually dating (and you’ve likely never met)
just so that they can have a date. If you invite all of your single guests on
their own, then volia, they’ve got company – and you could be a possible
full name – so get on the phone, or send an email so you can properly address
the invitation to your guest and their date. This is VERY important for guests
that have a serious relationship by means of living with or being engaged. You
MUST address them by their name – they are an official couple. Stating “ &
guest” is very informal, and it’s rude to be referred to as that in the seating
chart and or place cards. Eeek!
single guests? No matter what you choose, stick with it and don’t allow some
guests to bring a date and others can’t. You should either follow what we’ve
suggested, or make your own rules, but no matter what, be firm. When your guest
gets to plan their wedding, they’ll see for themselves that the plus one question
isn’t so easy after all.