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Welcome to our wedding & event planning blog! We offer valuable advice and inspiration for planning your wedding or event with heart and with soul. Welcome to our wedding & event planning blog! We offer valuable advice and inspiration for planning your wedding or event with heart and with soul.
Wedding day timelines can be confusing and overwhelming if you have never created one before —even if you are a “career bridesmaid,” you probably paid little attention to the length of time it takes for a ceremony or dinner service. And, I swear that every couple believes they need 4+ hours for dancing, and that […]
Check out this post from The Budget Savvy Bride blog! There’s some good advice in this post for couples regarding the wedding planning expenses they should try to avoid. And, there’s a bonus — This post includes some sage advice from yours truly! (smile) Enjoy! Love & Soul Always, Kay Photo: Anne Lord Photography
For your wedding guests with young children, traveling to your wedding may not be as easy as you think. If this is the case for several of your wedding guests, you might want to consider providing a childcare option for your guests. Before you hire a professional childcare provider for your wedding, check out our 8 […]
After reading all of the social media posts, I finally got an opportunity to see pictures of the Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Kandi Burruss, in her gorgeous and ultra sexy wedding gown. And, as I suspected, she was stunning! Unfortunately, I could see very little of the wedding gown in the pictures. Why? Because […]
Good morning friends! I am super excited to share that our sweet, sweet couple, Kim and Al, is featured on the Washingtonian Bride & Groom Blog today! They were such a stylish couple, and it was showcased in their wedding attire, design, and their super cool honeymoon — Dubai and the Maldives Islands! (We were […]
As a planner, I have heard all of the reasons why couples don’t want children at their wedding – “It costs too much!” “They’re disruptive!” “They’re loud.” “They cry.” I’m a mom — I get it. But, think about this. Where else are they going to see proper, open expressions of love? Yes, they should […]