Escort Card and Seating Chart Funk!

We have already had several conversations about how I like to use unconventional elements in my event design to spark the conversation amongst your guests. Well we have been surfing the internet again and we ran across some pictures of the funkiest and most creative escort cards and seating charts that caught our attention. Check these out…..

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Photo courtesy of Martha Stewart Weddings

Photo courtesy of Martha Stewart Weddings

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Organizing R.S.V.P’s

 

Get Organized!

Keeping organized when there are RSVP’s flooding your mailbox can be extremely overwhelming. That’s why there are 5 easy, affordable, and practical ways to keep track without having a heart attack!

1.  Create An Excel Spreadsheet:

Before even sending out your invites, create a spreadsheet!  You are going to label each column accordingly: Name of Guest, Address, # in Party, Yes, No, Unknown, Meal and Gift.  When the RSVP’s start coming, all you have to do is start plugging! It’s as […]

Ten Tips for Smooth Wedding Day Photography

One: Build in extra time for pre-ceremony preparations.

Ask any officiant for the most common reason weddings start late and I’ll guarantee you he or she will answer with one word hair. I’ve seen it happen many times myself: the hair appointment takes longer than anticipated. If your stylist says it will take one hour to do your hair, allow for an hour and a half. Same thing for nails and make-up. Get it done early! Hair can be re-pinned, make-up […]

My personal style signature……Vintage

I am “all things vintage.” I love anything that has a vintage or rustic feel to it, especially when it comes to weddings. My clients are typically couples that appreciate my creativity when it comes to throwing a party or an event. I believe that it is the “little things” that matter the most when entertaining. When I have guests over for dinner, I believe that they should experience beauty, elegance, my personality, and be exposed to something that they […]