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The Top Questions to Ask Your Bridal Boutique Before Making a Purchase

Posted by Charis McCulley on

The Top Questions to Ask Your Bridal Boutique Before Making a Purchase
Once the engagement ring is purchased, it is time to find the perfect wedding dress. Wedding dresses are a high-ticket, once in a lifetime purchase. While there are a collection of reality shows and articles sharing the inside scoop on what is in trend and what is not, there is still a lack of professional advice on the gown purchase process. 

Wedding Planning Questions Answered

Posted by Charis McCulley on

Wedding Planning Questions Answered

Q: We don't want a bartender, how do we display/chill the wine for 20 tables without breaking the bank, or how do we set up a drink station for the wine? A: Generally when I have a couple who doesn't want a bartender, we just put bottles of wine on each table, with the whites already chilled. For a table of 8-10 guests, I would generally put one red and one white wine on each table and guests can serve themselves a glass of whatever they would like! And it is far more convenient than getting up to go to...


The 4 People You Should Hire for Your Wedding

Posted by Nick Coons on

The 4 People You Should Hire for Your Wedding

Close your eyes and imagine your wedding day. Are you stressed out of your mind while guests stand in an empty warehouse that smells oddly like new paint and only has the echoes of footsteps and awkward conversation to fill the air? I would guess not. You're likely imagining the opposite. You are sipping on a glass of rosé feeling like a pampered princess while your hair and makeup artists flurry around you, meanwhile guests begin to casually mingle in a charming warehouse space styled to perfection, with an alter area draped in ferns and peonies, while a band plays...


Top 10 Wedding Tips for Brides

Posted by Nick Coons on

  The Bride Box's top 10 wedding day tips for brides to remember on their Big Day! 1) Bring your marriage license! This is important to making your marriage official so remember to research the process well before your wedding day. 2) Please do not sweat the small stuff! It's your day - let your Maid of Honor, bridesmaids, parents, etc. take care of whatever might come up. 3) Make sure to have your photographer take pictures of you with your family (or have someone remember for you)! We cannot tell you how many brides forget to take a pictures...