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Wedding Planner Magazine applauds the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality. While the ruling has been a long time coming and serves to clarify the issue across state lines, it also leaves many individuals with questions—particularly those in the wedding industry. What does this mean for your business? How does it impact those with...
“It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.” - William Shakespeare

“It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.” – William Shakespeare

Whatever our dreams and goals, it’s important to remember that we hold the key to our destinies. While it’s true that the unexpected has a way of interfering once-in-a-while, it’s also true that it’s up to us to get ourselves back on track. In this issue, we invite you to claim your place among the...
Sustainable. Green. Rustic. No matter what you call it, nature and the outdoors are clearly en vogue.

Sustainable. Green. Rustic. No matter what you call it, nature and the outdoors are clearly en vogue.

Enter the tented wedding. What better way to incorporate nature into the big day than to put the venue smack dab in the middle of it. The world of tenting offers such a wide range of options that there is literally something for everyone. Whether your clients want tents with clear walls and ceilings, no...
Letter – Volume 5, Issue 2

Letter – Volume 5, Issue 2

“You have to color outside of the lines once in a while if you want to make your life a masterpiece.” – Albert Einstein
Letter - Volume 5, Issue 1

Letter – Volume 5, Issue 1

Does it ever seem like the days literally fly by—with speed and momentum that multiply exponentially with each passing second—almost as if each were traveling at the speed of light?
Letter - Volume 4, Issue 4

Letter – Volume 4, Issue 4

Perhaps it’s because two of us are Cheeseheads… Perhaps it’s because the average consumption of cheese is at 23 pounds per year per person (Center for Science in the Public Interest)… Or perhaps it’s that the popularity of the baby name “Cheese” increased 450 percent in 2013, according to www.Neatorama.com (no, we’re not kidding—although, admittedly,...
Letter – Volume 4, Issue 3

Letter – Volume 4, Issue 3

“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” – Maya Angelou When Maya Angelou died in May, the world not only lost an amazing poet and activist, it lost someone who learned a lot about love over the years—and who taught us about it...
Letter - Volume 4, Issue 2

Letter – Volume 4, Issue 2

Who doesn’t love to go behind the scenes, to get a sneak peak at what is usually hidden? What goes on behind the curtain, or in the case of tented events, behind the flap, involves hundreds of little details that, when done right, are invisible and seamless to guests—even in the event of near disaster....
Letter – Volume 4, Issue 1

Letter – Volume 4, Issue 1

Color matters. Mother Nature provides inspiration for all of our color choices, from the bright, carmine red of the cochineal bug to the soothing azure of a summer sky. Not only does Mother Nature show us stunning colors, but she knows how to put them together as in the case with the black, brown, gray,...
Letter - Volume 3, Issue 6

Letter – Volume 3, Issue 6

The month of January takes its name from the Roman god Janus. According to Encyclopedia Mythica™, not only was Janus a double-faced god who looks both forward and backward, he was considered the god of doorways and arches. It makes sense, then, that we, too, look to the past and present as we prepare to...
Letter – Volume 3, Issue 5

Letter – Volume 3, Issue 5

What does it take to be a trendsetter? It requires forward thinking, ingenuity, and an eye for detail. Those “in-the-know” have their finger on the pulse of society. Rather than just keeping up with the trends established within popular culture, they’re always one step ahead—keeping an eye to the future and examining fashion trends in...

Letter – Volume 3, Issue 4

Remember the days when attending weddings was a bit of a ho-hum? While you were excited and thrilled for the couple, everything was predictable—from the something old-something new and the traditional dress to the chicken cordon bleu and the tiered cake.  The same cannot be said today. Each time we receive a wedding invitation these...