Keep your sanity at your next fair with our bridal fair cheat sheet! You’re most welcome.
No matter how much you’ve looked forward to your special day, there will come a point during your planning stage when the music fades and you feel like giving up. Our guess? That point came while agonizing over either your guest list or your suppliers. So we’ve taken upon ourselves to compile our very own bridal fair cheat sheet, and hope it saves you some money on painkillers. As for your guest list, well, that’s another story.
Nothing feels more natural than being content and happy, surrounded by the people you love. Ace and Love, who chose the Greenery in Bulacan for their Naturally in Love prenup session, wanted their shoot to be a testament to new beginnings, as well as reconnections.
“We chose this venue because it is very close by and we love the scenery. Greenery signifies new beginnings and reconnecting to what is important in our lives. It also means getting rid of the unnecessary.”
Who wouldn’t get all giddy and excited at the thought of marrying the love of your life? Who?!? But Before I Do can happen, a lot of preparations (maybe a few debates over where to sit your constantly inebriated distant uncle) need to first take place. If you want to be a savvy bride, you can’t miss the 28th Before I Do Wedding and Debut Fair! April 1-2, 2017 at the Megatrade Hall 1 in SM Megamall.
Why go to bridal fairs?
Orchestrating your dream wedding can take its toll, not only on your bank account, but also on your time. Naturally, you want to get the best suppliers that suit your needs. Most couples take a long time reviewing portfolios, doing taste tests or ocular visits, and the like. Going to bridal fairs is an efficient way to meet the ones you’re already considering, but also to survey all the suppliers out there. After all, you might be missing out on some gems if you just rely on the super popular ones! What’s more, suppliers usually offer insane discounts when you book them at bridal fairs! If that isn’t smart spending, then we don’t know what is.
Wedding planning can be overwhelming, but knowing these wedding budget basics can help you get to the big day—without going into debt or resorting to selling your internal organs.
You’ve got the ring and you’ve been floating on Cloud 9 for two weeks.Then the big question hits you: How are we going to pay for all of this?While planning a wedding can be seriously stress-inducing, realizing the fact that you need to pay for all of it is enough to cause a nuclear meltdown for the average couple.Going through these wedding budget basics one-at-a-time is, therefore, necessary if you want to avoid an all-out Armageddon.
During the exclusive #TopKnottersChat last November 16, Summer Reyes Carullo of VRC Creative gave our Twitter followers professional (and free!) money-related advice.Read on for the second part of our recap, solely devoted to the wedding budget basics you need to know.Continue Reading →
Every wedding is different with each couple having their own preferences for the size, look and feel of their wedding. But with all the details that you need to put together, there are certain aspects of your wedding that you need to prioritize no matter how big or small it might be.
Of course, all the different details of your wedding is important in the sense that you need to be able to choose dependable suppliers who can give the kind of look / taste you want and will not give you any problems during your big day.
However, the thing with these top 3 to prioritize is how they have quite an effect on the other details of your wedding on the big day and in the long run.
How many people does it take to put together a dream wedding? An entire community!
Once he puts a ring on it, the couple enters into the process of adopting each other’s families. But during the wedding preparations, an extended family also comes calling. There are your best girls who help you do the RSVPs, your groomsmen who force you to lose the dad-bod for the beach honeymoon, your officemates who give recommendations from their own weddings, and your trusted suppliers—those top knotters—whom you’ve spent hundreds of hours stalking on Facebook just to book.
Achieving that dream wedding usually comes with a bucket of blood, sweat, and tears. But the Top Knotters Community seeks to be a support group for couples to help ensure smooth sailing as they prepare, not just for the wedding, but also for married life. Continue Reading →