April 27, 2017
Wedding receptions don’t have to serve alcohol by default, and many couples decide to make their weddings either completely alcohol-free or with fun non-alcoholic offerings for […]
April 12, 2017
Social media has taken the wedding world by storm. Wedding vendors are now reaching out to potential clients through mediums such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest while […]
March 27, 2017
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January 24, 2017
Tuxedo Wearhouse was founded more than 40 years ago. The first San Francisco Bay Area location opened at the Great Mall, Milpitas in 1995. They are a locally owned company and have very strong ties to the community. Unsure where to start when it comes to purchasing your tux? Don’t worry! Tuxedo Wearhouse has experts in men’s formal clothing and suits, and they follow all of the latest trends to make sure you are in style.
January 9, 2017
There is SO much planning that goes into your big day. From booking vendors to seating arrangements to even color schemes, you have a vision and a plan as to how your wedding day will go. But, there are a few things that people may not warn you about that day - See more at: https://www.trudysbrides.com/uncategorized/5-things-no-one-tells-wedding-day/#sthash.reI5ciz6.dpuf
January 2, 2017
Finding a wedding venue that is both beautiful AND flexible enough to meet all of your needs is perhaps the most stressful part of planning a wedding. You might love the view at one site, but not the $140-a-plate mandatory caterer. The food at another venue is spectacular, but not so much the box-like reception hall with its dated purple carpet and red velvet table linens. So often, you are faced with a long list of all-or-nothing packages.
December 16, 2016
As your wedding day arrives, you will be feeling A TON of different emotions. With so much going on around you, it can be easy to overlook the small, last minute details. Before you make your way to the alter, here are a few things to check off the list!
December 5, 2016
When it comes to what to say, your intention should be to make both spouses and all guests smile…at the same time. Inside stories may amuse the couple, but they can easily get lost in the crowd. Don’t bring up old flames or problems the couple has faced. Not sure if that story from freshman year is appropriate? Leave it out – children, parents, and grandparents are listening!
November 27, 2016
November 20, 2016
A wedding registry is a chance for you to share your gift wish list with your guests. Don’t miss out on a chance to get your […]
November 13, 2016