Posts tagged ‘wedding-guests’

Tips for choosing the perfect wedding ceremony venue

Tips for choosing the perfect wedding ceremony venue

One of the first things that you probably think about when planning a wedding is the wedding ceremony venue. After all, it is where it will all happen, right

» Read More


How to take care of wedding guest accommodation

How to take care of wedding guest accommodation

You’ve invited everyone to your wedding, you’ll take care of the F&B, but where should they all sleep? Should you take care of it all or is that the guests’ responsibility

» Read More


5 wedding reception seating tips you need to follow

5 wedding reception seating tips you need to follow

When there’s wedding planning involved, there’s usually anticipation, a billion tasks to be completed, and… stress. Wedding reception seating plans and charts can be quite stressful in particular as they are usually prepared towards the end of the wedding planning process (when you already have too many other details to take care of)

» Read More


7 questions to ask your wedding caterer

7 questions to ask your wedding caterer

Choosing a wedding caterer is not an easy task if you are not prepared.

» Read More


5 nontraditional wedding foods your guests will fall in love with

5 nontraditional wedding foods your guests will fall in love with

On the day of your wedding everything matters – the dress (of course), the makeup, the groom (let’s not forget he is also a part of the wedding, shall we), the ceremony, the wedding guests, the music, and… the food! The food that’s served at your wedding will inevitably end up in each and every one of your wedding guests’ mind long after the big day is over. If you want to create a really memorable dining experience for your wedding guests, get creative and offer some unconventional food and drink ideas on your big day

» Read More


How much does it really cost to be a wedding guest?

How much does it really cost to be a wedding guest?

When it comes to weddings, the bride and groom are usually considered the ones who spend the most. And that’s totally understandable – long gone are the days when the happy couple could count on receiving support from parents and more and more American soon-to-be newlyweds self-fund their weddings. According to a recent survey , in 2016, more than half of Americans (53%) are going to pay for their own wedding and only 35% will get their wedding funded by the bride and/or groom’s parents.

» Read More


An intimate wedding ceremony followed by a bigger wedding reception party

An intimate wedding ceremony followed by a bigger wedding reception party

A lot of couples are considering the option to have a small wedding ceremony followed by a bigger wedding reception party. The problem is that this is a very delicate matter as the wedding guests that are invited only to the wedding reception may feel like they are not as important to the couple as those who have been granted access to all wedding events (including the wedding ceremony). So, is it OK to invite just a portion of your wedding guests to the wedding ceremony

» Read More


Wedding Gift Registry Etiquette

Wedding Gift Registry Etiquette

A bride can’t add her registry list to the wedding invitations or tell everyone about all the things she’s registered, but she can tell a few key people about where she’s registered to get the word out.

» Read More


How to Negotiate Lodging Rates for Out-of-Town Guests

How to Negotiate Lodging Rates for Out-of-Town Guests

Normally hotels will give a discount when you book a certain amount of rooms for you wedding guests. However, if you’re not finding a hotel willing to give your guests a discount you can negotiate with hotel staff and managers to get a better rate. Here’s how you do it.

» Read More