It’s been said that florists make the worst wedding guests, but I think there is a rising trend in rude wedding guests. From arriving late to the ceremony to talking & texting through the vows to stocking up on asprin courtesy of the amenity basket in the ladies’ room; I think wedding guests could use a few reminders when it comes
Savvy online shoppers know that Etsy has so many great finds! I absolutely adore these place cards by Timeless Paper that one of my brides will be using for her wedding this July. The table number card below would be a great addition to almost any tabletop! There are several unique designs to choose from….leaves, pumpkins, peacocks, planes…whatever suits your fancy!
When it comes to hosting your wedding guests it feels great to gild the lily whenever possible. Of course it’s easier to gild if you’ve got a gold leaf budget, but here are seven simple ways: 1. Greet your guests with cocktails upon arrival at the ceremony site (if it’s not religious, or at 10am that is!). If it’s a mid-afternoon
For some of your guests travelling to Vermont may seem like a far away place. Introduce your guests to the state you love so much by telling them why you chose Vermont for your wedding weekend (if it is not already obvious!) and give them a list of fun things to do. Aside from a local