Should we Elope or throw a Pop-Up Wedding? What's the difference?
Once you've decided to skip the big wedding, its time to choose whether to Elope or throw a Pop-Up Wedding!
But what's the difference between an Elopement and a Pop-Up Wedding? Well, not a whole heckuva lot to be honest. Both are (usually) less expensive than a "normal" wedding. Both require a lot less time and energy planning. And they're both about as low-stress as possible when it comes to planning everything. The biggest thing an Elopement and a Pop-Up Wedding have in common is a couple's desire for simplicity. Simplicity in planning, in guest list (if there is one), in timeline, in just about everything! Read More
It's all about the details. Wedding details, that is! We're talking about all those pretty little accessories and special flourishes that you've likely spent weeks, if not months, selecting. So of course you want to make sure those get documented!
The morning of the wedding is usually pretty bananas and the last thing on a bride's mind is gathering all the pretty little details for the photographer to shoot as she's getting ready. That's why we suggest gathering all of those details in one spot a few days before the wedding and either giving them right to your planner/mom/maid of honor or stashing everything in the hotel safe (if that's where you're getting ready). No matter the case, gather everything BEFORE the morning of the wedding. Read More
i love her, and that's the beginning and the end of everything. - f. scott fitzgerald
We had an absolute blast working with Shaun and Will. It's no secret that we love our clients, but every now and then we hit the jackpot with hilarious, champagne guzzling, trusting, laid-back couples. And that's exactly what happened with Shaun & Will! From laughing hysterically on our planning calls, to boozing about the city before their wedding together, laughing so hard champagne was shooting out of our noses, the hilarity was nonstop with these two! Read More
The Parsonage in Charleston was the perfect venue for Brent & Lisa's intimate, family only elopement. Read More
Addressing your wedding invitations is kind of a big deal. And although there are about a million super fun ways to address your envelopes for your wedding invites and more fonts and envelope choices than I can count, there are some rules of etiquette that simply cannot be broken when it comes to HOW the titles are worded. Read More