How do you plan to thank your guests? Will your planner set out wedding favors at the end of the night? You did upgrade to the premium open bar package and beef tenderloin filets for everyone. So, is that enough to say thank you for coming?
Traditionally, wedding favors are quite common. In fact, the earliest wedding favors date back to 16th century England, newlyweds created love knots as a symbol of their bond. Isn’t that sweet?! Popular wedding favors vary depending on cultural and family traditions. Of all the celebrations you’ve attended, certainly you recall Jordan almonds and personalized trinkets, or maybe you left those at your table?
If you and your future spouse decide to make this tradition part of your big day, here are a few memorable THANK YOU’s that we recommend you consider…
Picture this – you’ve just been invited to another wedding, you’ve RSVP’d to attend, and now you’re trying to pick out the perfect wedding gift for the couple. Sound familiar?
A lot of questions may come up as you shop for the best gift for the bride and groom. Well, don’t worry. Our gift to you in this blog post includes a few ideas for building your wedding registry as well as tips on giving a lovely wedding gift.
Whether you love talking about money or not, establishing a wedding budget is perhaps the strongest way to start planning your big day. Did you know that according to The Knot, the average cost of a wedding by state ranges from $20,000 to $78,000? With thousands of dollars at stake, thinking thoroughly through your budget from the beginning will help guide all of your future decisions from where to have it to how many guests you’ll invite.