I stepped into the wedding planning process with Courtney and Robby way late into the game, but it was love at first sight when I met Courtney! They chose Red Rock Country Club and a great team of wedding professionals to assist in executing their big day! With Robby and Courtney both being in the nightclub industry, we knew this would be a party!
I am always in awe of people who see the world in a different way than I do .
You might remember Karen and Joseph from a past blog post sharing their insight on how they successfully made it to 25 years of marriage. For a refresher, Karen and Joseph were married 25 years ago in their military uniforms in a very casual setting.
I'm so excited to share photos of our new business cards and note cards! I wanted a really simple and contemporary design for the business cards but decided to go for letterpress and green painted edges and I love how they turned out.
Escort cards and place cards are always used interchangeably and shouldn't be.
The possibilities are endless when it comes to pink paper
When I moved into my new home last October, I decided that I would get my home office professionally designed. I called the ladies of Inhabit Design to put together my office and decided on white furniture.
comfortable with your designer, so ask questions and get to know them. If you connect on a personal level, you’ll trust them to bring out your personality in the design.
Some brides are completely cut out for DIY (do-it-yourself) projects for their wedding. Our May bride Tiffany Soto is one such bride.
Save the dates are informal notices sent out to guests to "save the date" of your upcoming wedding! Basically, only a few pieces of information are necessary: your names, the date, and city of event.
or a formal plated sit down meal, your place setting is the first thing your guests will see upon arriving at their seats (after they see that beautiful centerpiece of course). Venues usually have their "standard" way of folding napkins. By no means are you required to have them fold your napkins that way.