Why Hello Lovelies,
Do you remember the movie Bride Wars? It's been ten years since it opened in theaters and audiences watched, with bated breath, as BFF’s Liv and Emma (Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway) descended into madness as they battled each other for their “dream wedding”. Liv and Emma's experience of their friendship being nearly destroyed by wedding planning happens more often than people like to chat about. So what is the best way to keep a friendship healthy, in such a dysfunctional situation as sharing the same wedding date? Glad you asked…
Last week I promised alternatives to booking vendors by attending bridal shows. Undoubtedly, bridal shows are one of the most popular ways. But, it’s easy to see how bridal shows may not be for everyone, considering all the work involved.
Sure it seems simple enough, all you will have to do is:
Happy Friday Eve Spouses To Be,
Bridal show season is upon us and excitement is in the air as you research vendors, make public your secret wedding Pinterest board (We all have them #weddinginspo ), and buy your tickets.
If this is the first time you are attending a bridal show or you are a seasoned attendee here are some great tips to help you gain the most out of the experience.
Anika Fullum is a Jill of all trades and master of some. She enjoys solving problems, riding horses, and anything BBC.