6 Tips for Planning a Wedding Around a Holiday

Planning a wedding is difficult enough as it is. Planning your wedding around a popular holiday can get even trickier. Thankfully, there are ways to use a nearby holiday to your advantage when wedding planning. After all, try as you might, there are some instances where the date just works out better even if it …

Top 10 Wedding Trends to Look out for in 2020

With 2020 in full swing, it’s time to start talking about the most current and classy wedding trends that will be seen a lot more in the upcoming months. While couples still gravitate towards some traditions, it’s clear that 2020 is all about personal tastes, individuality and letting go of societal expectations. Couples are letting …

A Walk Down the Aisle to Remember: How to Plan the Perfect Wedding

The ring, the dress, signature bubbly, and being surrounded by the ones who matter most to stand witness to your love all make a wedding to remember. The question is, can you get all these essentials in time for walking down the aisle? Before throwing yourself into cake tasting, dress fittings, dinner rehearsals, and bridal …

5 Tips for Planning a Winter Wedding

As summer ends and fall slowly creeps in, another “wedding season” comes to a close. The time between June and September when the number of hosted weddings is at their peak. While December remains the most popular time to get engaged according to Weddingbells, approximately 67% of weddings occur between June and September. Winter weddings …

Tie the Knot in Style: Timeless, Magical, and Whimsical Colour Palettes for Winter Weddings

The holidays are known for painting entire cities with quintessential red and green, interspersed with bright lights and festive decor; come hearts’ day in February, red descends upon us again, from cake frosting to roses and romantic dresses. But the enchantment of winter goes way beyond this colour palette, whether you’re tying the knot close …