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3 Things Your Bridesmaids Want You to Know

Planning your wedding is one of the most exciting times of your life. The natural impulse is to share the excitement with those closest to you—your bridesmaids. While your bridesmaids are genuinely thrilled for you, they may be feeling apprehensive about what being a bridesmaid will mean for them, and how it could change their relationship with you. They don’t want to burst your bubble, though—so we’ll tell you things your bridesmaids secretly wish they could: 1. Don’t forget us! When you have an exciting life change like an engagement, it feels as if you’re the only one to ever experience it. It’s hard not to think (and talk) about your wedding all the time. It’s great to share your plans! Just remember that the color of your cocktail napkins isn’t so critical to your friends that they’ll want to discuss it for your entire coffee date. Remember to ask your friends how they’re doing—and listen, really listen, to their answers—before launching into a lengthy discussion about the ush

3 Overlooked Reception Mistakes You Need To Know About BEFORE Your Wedding

In our over 30 years of experience providing music and entertainment we’ve seen ALOT…. some really unique events, many elegant and classy and some destined for failure before we even got involved. Every Bride wants that fairytale wedding – everything goes off perfectly and you both ride off into the sunset on your Honeymoon. Here are 3 common reception mistakes that you need to know about BEFORE your wedding: No Specific Seating Arrangements The plan is to have everyone sit where they feel comfortable and not at a designated seat.  You may have extra tables and extra room to do so, so why not?  Because, for some strange reason, your guests who are “young at heart” will want to sit right next to the speakers…. and then complain that it’s too loud. Always have a seating plan.  Don’t seat those that are the “young at heart” directly in front of the entertainment. Older generations are at a wedding typically to socialize with their family and friends.  If they cannot hear ea