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Building Your Wedding Playlist

April 4th, 2016 by Jeannine

 
Building Your Wedding Playlist

Music sets the mood of the party. But what songs should you choose? If you’re providing your own music, you have to face the daunting task of putting together a playlist. And not just one playlist… pre-ceremony – to be played as your guests arrive ceremony – includes procession, bride’s theme, registry signing, recession (note: … Continue Reading…

Ask the Pros: 2016 Bridal Accessory Trends

March 15th, 2016 by Jeannine

 
Ask the Pros: 2016 Bridal Accessory Trends

For some brides, it’s time to start thinking about how to finish off their wedding look. Should you wear a veil? Oh but that hair band looks really cool… oh that sparkly brooch looks amazing! Sound familiar? To help you narrow down your decision, I decided to ask one of my Vancity Vendors for some … Continue Reading…

How to Fit Wedding Planning Into Your Busy Schedule

March 9th, 2016 by Jeannine

 
How to Fit Wedding Planning Into Your Busy Schedule

At this day and age, we can’t help but juggle multiple things: a full-time job, family, friends, chores, hobbies, fitness… how does one even have time to sleep? Add wedding planning to that and it could be a recipe for disaster… but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some of my tips to stay … Continue Reading…

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Engaged Couples

January 4th, 2016 by Jeannine

 
5 New Year's Resolutions for Engaged Couples

You popped the question and the champagne and all is well… but it’s a new year and whether you’re just starting to plan or are halfway or almost to the big day, there are things that you can do to make the planning process a lot simpler and hopefully stress-free. Here are some New Year’s … Continue Reading…

Ask the Pros: Destination Weddings

December 2nd, 2015 by Jeannine

 
Ask the Pros: Destination Weddings

This year, Vancouver was blessed with an extended summer and excellent wedding weather. That’s not the norm, though… it can get pretty crummy and a lot of couples tend to fly south for their weddings, where the sun is more reliable. But how do you decide where to go? Is it even worth it? I … Continue Reading…

Guest Blog: The Importance of Investing in Wedding Photography & Videography

November 30th, 2015 by Jeannine

 
Guest Blog: The Importance of Investing in Wedding Photography & Videography

When you add up all the elements of a wedding day, one of the most valuable investments that a couple should consider placing as top priority is capturing their story. Photography and Cinematography allow couples, their friends and family to relive the most important day in their lives. Kelly and James Wedding Video Same Day … Continue Reading…

How E-RSVP’s Win Over Traditional RSVP Cards

October 14th, 2015 by Jeannine

 
How E-RSVP's Win Over Traditional RSVP Cards

The RSVP card is a way guests can tell you if they will be attending your wedding or not. Not only that, it can even contain pertinent information such as your guest’s meal choice. Traditionally, these cards are mailed back but in today’s digital age, RSVP-ing via snail mail seems quite inefficient, not to mention … Continue Reading…

What Would I Do Differently: Engagement Session

October 7th, 2015 by Jeannine

 
What Would I Do Differently: Engagement Session

I remember the day I took my engagement shots for my first wedding… it was a frantic day. I had to run a bunch of errands which included driving to Burnaby (from Coquitlam) to sort out my wedding dress. I was also stressed about the weather because it couldn’t decide whether it was going to … Continue Reading…

Infographic: Eco-friendly Wedding Ideas

September 28th, 2015 by Jeannine

 
Infographic: Eco-friendly Wedding Ideas

Vancouver is one of the greenest cities in the world and your wedding can reflect that trait as well. Being Vancouverites, we tend to think about how we can help the environment and it doesn’t have to stop when it comes to wedding planning. This infographic from online marketplace CustomMade sums it up quite well. Click on … Continue Reading…

Coping With Mother Nature’s Surprises

September 4th, 2015 by Jeannine

 
Coping With Mother Nature's Surprises

Last weekend’s wild weather was every bride and groom’s nightmare. Not only did they have to contend with heavy rain and raging winds, trees have fallen all over the place, blocking streets, causing traffic and worst of all, landing on power lines which resulted in widespread power outages all throughout Metro Vancouver. The show must … Continue Reading…