• Details That Make Your Wedding More Guest-Centered

    Events in the post-pandemic world are going to look very different, and weddings are no exception. Whether due to restrictions that are still in place in certain areas, or simply a decision to make the big day have a more intimate setting, couples are choosing to downsize their guest list. This leaves room for more detailed touches to make your guests feel even more special. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite ideas and included local Colorado vendors for you to check out.  Splurge a Little on Dinner As the saying goes, people may not remember every detail of your wedding, but they’ll remember the music and the food. Opt…

  • How Knowing Your Enneagram Personality Type Can Save Your Wedding

    Is it strange to want to save on your ceremony and use that money for an amazing honeymoon? Is it even more strange to feel that way when you are obsessed with weddings? I met my husband while an undergraduate and he was an active duty Air Force officer. Just months into our relationship, he moved across the country and for the next five years, we were long distance. Few of our friends and family understood why we bothered. A select few voiced their disapproval and discomfort–my partner was 14 years my senior and, sit down for this one, a different race and religion. We persisted. On March 6, 2012,…

  • Weddings and Divorced Parents

      Weddings and Divorced Parents If your parents are divorced, several difficult decisions must be made in order to accommodate both parents. Your invitations The parent with whom you have been living the longest should issue the invitation. The other parent is not mentioned. However, if both parents agree, the invitations may be in both names. Introducing future in-laws to each other Protocol dictates that the first introduction should be to the parent with whom you have been living, followed a week or so later by a visit with your other parent. Seating at the ceremony The bride’s mother and her immediate family (parents, husband and children) are seated in…

  • Wedding Flowers

      Wedding Flowers Underscore the drama of your wedding with the right flowers. An artistic florist will suggest lovely and unusual designs for your wedding bouquet and floral arrangements while offering a wide price range.   Six months before the wedding is not too early to select your florist, especially if