As a small business owner, and one person team for everything - social media, networking, marketing, administration, finance, and all correspondence with clients, it can be hard to stay on the professional side of the line at all times. It can be a slippery slope and it can be hard to navigate the gray area! Here are my 5 steps to setting boundaries which will save you time and stress!
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Save the Dates are a great way to get the word out to your guests about your wedding details before finalizing the plans! They allow guests to plan ahead and be prepared for traveling so that when the invitation comes, they can easily fill out that RSVP card and drop it in the mail!
When planning a dinner reception, many different little decisions have to be made to figure out how the dinner will flow perfectly. But the first thing you have to decide on is how dinner will be served! We discussed each option at length for our reception, and today I want to share the pros and cons for each of 3 options when planning a dinner reception.
A couple weeks ago, I shared about how to communicate where you're registered with your wedding guests. But what about creating the registry? This is probably one of the least discussed parts of wedding planning, but it can easily become so stressful! I didn’t really think twice before we scheduled an appointment to set up our registry, I just knew it was something we needed to do. It wasn’t until we walked into the store that I felt overwhelmed and realized what it was going to take to make this registry happen!
Wedding registries are so. much. fun. When else can you ask people to buy you exactly what you want - from a kitchen aid mixer to wine glasses and fancy sheets and towels?! And people will get all of these wonderful things for you! But, how do you tell them where to shop?
Once you get engaged, the fun begins! You start looking through magazines, going crazy on pinterest, and reading everything you can about weddings. Maybe you even bought your own wedding journal/binder/planning guide! Then it becomes time to research vendors, make phone calls, set appointments, put deposits down.. and it gets a little scary, and a little bit more real.