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What Is The Best Bridesmaid Gift?

By | 2019-11-05T15:15:55+00:00 November 8th, 2019|Vintage Wedding Planning|

Choosing the Perfect Bridesmaid Gift You’ve chosen your squad, and to thank them for being a part of your big day (and everything leading up to it), you want to get them a really special gift. The truth is, we could write a book on the different options, but these are just a few of our favorites… Personalized Jewelry  Many of the options we’re going to discuss might seem obvious or overdone. The reason? They’re timeless gifts that no one could ever get sick of!  Jewelry is one of those things. No girl will ever complain about a gorgeous necklace, bracelet, or set of earrings! You could have names or initials engraved onto them, or personalize with something related to your friendship. Maybe her birthstone? The bonus is she can wear it on the day of the wedding! It’ll create an unspoken bond between your girls, and they’re bound to [...]

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How To Choose A Georgia Wedding Venue

By | 2019-11-05T15:13:46+00:00 November 5th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Choosing The Best Wedding Venue All wedding venues in Georgia are not created equal. The fact is, some venues jump on a trend just because they can, but that doesn’t mean that they’re willing to put in any effort to making sure the event is beautiful and executed flawlessly. Many venues have the mentality that if they simply exist, the business will come. That may be true to an extent, but don’t be a bride who ends up with a venue that has you sign some paperwork and then you don’t hear from them again.  Wedding Venue Grounds  It’s one thing to own some property, but it’s another thing to keep up with it. Proper landscaping is, of course, important, but you want to find a venue that has clearly taken the time to add touches of beauty that they didn’t necessarily have to add. At Spring Lake, our gorgeous [...]

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Working With a Wedding Planner

By | 2019-11-05T01:48:40+00:00 November 1st, 2019|Vintage Wedding Planning|

Your #1 Relationship: Your Wedding Planner Wedding planners can truly be a gift from the heavens. The first step, though, is often the hardest; finding one you deem worthy.  If someone is being paid to organize the details of your wedding day, they better be making it their main priority. They should be just as enthusiastic about it as you are, and have ALL of your best interests in mind. That being said, there are going to be some conversations you are comfortable having with them before making any firm decisions. This relationship is going to be vital to the success of your vision.  Money Talk Let’s get right to the nitty-gritty. You MUST be comfortable talking about money with your wedding planner, and it should probably be one of the very first topics you cover. If you get an uneasy feeling discussing money with them for whatever reason, it’s [...]

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How To Pay For The Wedding

By | 2019-11-05T01:45:06+00:00 October 29th, 2019|Vintage Wedding Planning|

Paying For The Wedding I know I don’t have to tell you, but I’m going to anyway… Weddings. Can. Be. Expensive.  The national average for what couples spend on their wedding day falls right around $30,000. 30K for just one day! Thankfully, we have some awesomely affordable wedding packages to keep your costs way more reasonable, but we know that even our budget packages can be a stretch for some families.  Of course, every wedding budget is going to be different, but the fact of the matter is that a wedding is going to leave a dent in your savings account. If you’re lucky enough to have help from outside sources, we are happy for you, but this article is still for you! What if you were getting help AND could offset some of the remaining costs? If you are paying for your wedding solo, this article is REALLY for [...]

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Who can officiate your wedding ceremony?

By | 2019-11-05T01:40:49+00:00 October 25th, 2019|Vintage Wedding Planning|

Who can officiate your wedding ceremony? Choosing who will be your wedding officiant is a big decision, so being informed about your options is, of course, a great idea.  Most often, Georgia weddings are religious ceremonies, and the officiant is a member of a religious group but is also recognized by the state as a valid wedding officiant. That leads us to option one! Religious Officiant.  No matter what religion you are, you should be able to consult with your church or religious group about a priest, minister, deacon, etc. performing your ceremony. If they are qualified to do so in your religious group, chances are they are also recognized by the state. Many people opt for this option if they are choosing to have a religious ceremony.  A Judge.  Having a judge be your officiant is an option in multiple ways. Of course, you can always do the old [...]

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How to Use Pinterest to Plan Your Dream Wedding

By | 2019-11-05T01:36:28+00:00 October 22nd, 2019|Vintage Wedding Planning|

You’ll see mentions of Pinterest everywhere you turn (on the internet, at least) when it comes to planning your wedding. Pinspiration is REAL! It’s a completely amazing tool to gather great ideas for your big day!  With that being said, it can be a bit overwhelming. You might get sucked into a Pinterest hole where you have SO much inspiration, you forget what you really want. When you started, you wanted a rustic summer wedding, and after 3 hours and a bottle of wine, you end up debating if you want a winter destination wedding with a Hawaiin theme.  SLOW DOWN! Pinterest is only a valid resource if you know how to go about using it properly.  Create your wedding planning boards So you made an account… necessary first step! Next up: board creation.  This is a crucial step that, in our opinion, many brides drop the ball on. The [...]

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Wedding Tips For The Groom

By | 2019-10-02T16:02:09+00:00 October 18th, 2019|Vintage Wedding Planning|

Tips for Grooms Most articles are geared towards the bride. Why is that? Because the demand seems to be there. Brides are on the search engines looking up wedding advice, Googling hairstyles and dresses, but the men need answers too! This one’s for you, guys! Your involvement in the wedding is just as important, and we are here to try and make that involvement a little easier for you. Here are hopefully some answers to some questions you have!  The Major Decisions You absolutely need to make your opinions known with the major stuff! Have you ever heard of the 80/20 term in reference to weddings? 80 percent of your budget will be spent on 20 percent of your decisions. So this is a big deal, and you should both be on the same page!  Major decisions include The venue (eh hem, we know a great one called Spring Lake [...]

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Vintage Weddings In The Fall

By | 2019-10-02T15:56:45+00:00 October 15th, 2019|Vintage Wedding Planning|

Fall Vintage Weddings As we enter into a new season, we wanted to touch base on the shift of colors, themes, decorations you’ll start to see become popular in Fall vintage weddings. There is SO much inspiration to draw from during this season, which is a big reason why people often refer to it as “Wedding Season”. We think they’re ALL wedding season in their own way, but Fall is definitely one of the most popular!  Fall Wedding Florals Oh my, the florals! Fall comes with gorgeous, rich, luscious flower options, making a Fall bouquet one for the books. There are some really amazing flowers that are most often found in the Fall. Some options include: Lillies Mums Daisies Roses Sunflowers This is most often when you’ll see those deep reds and oranges mixed with some neutral colors and accented with luscious greens. Add a pop of color with some [...]

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How To Honor Lost Loved Ones At Your Wedding

By | 2019-10-02T15:52:30+00:00 October 11th, 2019|Vintage Wedding Planning|

Honoring Lost Loved Ones At Your Wedding It can be extremely difficult to plan a wedding with the loss of a loved one in the back of your mind. You wish they were there with you every step of the way, and it can be one of the more somber parts of the process.  While it certainly won’t be the same without them there, you can find really special ways to honor them and make sure it’s known that you’re thinking of them, and their spirit is most certainly present and accounted for on your wedding day.  Framed Photos Of course, some of your favorite photos of your lost loved one incorporated into your day can be really special. It’s a physical representation of them that all of your guests can admire. Some people do a table with all of their loved ones and a special quote or saying that [...]

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Snappy Tips for SnapChatting your Wedding

By | 2019-10-02T15:31:05+00:00 October 8th, 2019|Vintage Wedding Venue|

SnapChatting your Wedding SnapChat is an ever-growing social media platform, and it’s become increasingly popular for guests at weddings to share the events of the evening with friends. Unless you’re having a very strict unplugged wedding, your guests will be utilizing SnapChat. Have some fun with it!  Geofilters If you’re a new SnapChat user, you may not know about the overlays they offer. Log into your account, and snap a photo. Now swipe to the right, and see what overlay options are available! SnapChat offers the option to create your very own personalized overlay for a special event, including your vintage wedding!  How do you get one? SnapChat does a great job of making this very user-friendly and easy to do!  Make sure you’re on your camera screen and find your profile icon.  You should see a little gear icon. Click that to go to your Settings.  Tap ‘Filters & [...]

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