Here’s an article in Shefinds Magazine by Linda DiProperzio on upcoming wedding trends for 2019.
For brides getting married in 2019, the wedding planning fun is just beginning. Planners and vendors are already seeing a crop of new trends popping up as they start to look towards the coming year. From food and flowers to attire and decor, here are 15 trends that are sure to be super hot in 2019.
Here’s a good article on tipping suggestions by Alison Silber, founder and creative director for Engaged And Inspired wedding publication and guest blogger for Bridal Guide Magazine.
Tipping is supposed to act as a reward, so you don’t need to consider it a mandatory expense. Tips are meant to be given for excellent service or for vendors who go above and beyond their contracted duties. Before dishing out gratuity, check your contracts. Some vendors, especially venues and catering companies, will include it in their contract to help eliminate confusion.
Here is a complete guide to which vendors you should tip (and how much!) on your wedding day.
Sperry Tent was honored to work with Veterans Count on their annual fundraiser at historic Runnymede Farm on Route 111 in North Hampton New Hampshire.
This photo is of two 46 round Sperry Sailcloth Tents that were used for the cocktail hour. Sperry provided all the tents, dance floors, stages and electrical for this event. Easter Seals of New Hampshire was the key sponsor of the event. Exeter Events and Tents provided all the furniture. The event was designed, managed and created by Renee Plummer of Two International Group Kate Malloy of Malloy Events did a fantastic job as the Event Planner.
Here is a good article on gifts for the groom from NewsUSA.
The answer is: Yes, it’s expected.
But it’s also a chance for all you brides out there to truly show you know that not everything is about you on your wedding day. That there really is another person involved (that would be the groom) who deserves a bit of recognition, too.
Here’s a good article on traditional wedding dress fabrics by Jolene M. Bouchon from Brides Magazine.
Not all wedding dress fabrics are created equally. Some fabrics are better suited for structured designs, others are great for flowing, light looks, and others for larger-than-life ballgowns. Before you jump into wedding dress shopping, learn what to expect when it comes to fabric. We talked to Terry Hall, fashion director at Kleinfeld Bridal in New York, about the six fabrics most often used to create wedding dresses and why they work. Read on to learn more about these gorgeous fabrics and why they each make an excellent choice for gowns. Continue reading →