Tuesday, March 19, 2013

{Fall 2013 Pantone Color Report}

They're finally here - the top color picks Fall 2013!

I'm in LOVE with this new color palette for many reasons: Vivacious - first of all, this color screams sassy, spontaneous, and of course, romantic. This fabulous berry-inspired color would look great paired with Deep Linden Green or even with a muted color such as Turbulence.

Fall remind me of shades of brown so therefore, I'm so excited Carafe has been added to the top picks. This is the perfect color to go along with any fall wedding theme, especially with an accent such as antique gold, mustard or burnt orange. The possibilities are endless with a deep brown such as this Pantone. 

I'll be the first to admit, I have a passion for all things purple. The rich, elegant shade called Acai is perfect for any royal wedding event. This shade would look even more marvelous next to Emerald!

I hope you enjoy these color picks as much as I do! Be on the lookout for creative wedding inspirations featuring these colors in the coming months! 

Happy Planning!!



Tuesday, March 12, 2013

{Who To Invite}

We cannot begin to tell you how many times our clients have been caught in an argument with their parents, siblings, grandparents, uncles, aunts, or even your cousin's best friend's sister about who is invited to their wedding. 

Parents think it's necessary to invite those neighbors you lived next to 20 years ago and your brother might think his party buds needs to attend or shall we say, crash the day. After all, this is YOUR wedding day, so be sure to stand your ground when it comes down to who will be receiving an invitation.

We came across this graphic and it's PERFECT for solving that argument...hopefully preventing the argument from even taking place. Just use this graph and you'll be in the right every time.

Happy Planning!!  

Monday, March 11, 2013

Reception Seating Chart

Seating charts, how many people will fit at a table, how many tables and chairs, who should sit with whom? These tough questions are always left to the last minute, mostly because your guests will not RSVP until the last minute.

This capacity chart below should help you with a few questions before you conquer the tough task of seating Grandma Martha next to Uncle Bob.

Happy Planning!