January and February are big months for wedding planning. People get engaged over the holidays and want to get the planning process started. I thought I would post a general wedding planning timeline with tips to help you through it all.
Owner + Founder, W Events
Whitney Pizale is the owner and founder of <a href="http://www.wevents.ca/" rel="nofollow">W Events</a>, a wedding / social event planning and design firm. Whitney loves to be creatively challenged and pulls inspiration from all facets of life. After graduating from university (major in history, minor in fashion styling), Whitney worked at an event and design boutique in downtown Toronto where she planned and designed events and weddings. After a stint in New York City that further heightened her artistic flair, Whitney returned to Toronto to start W Events. Whitney considers herself to be a curator of special occasions, drawing on her experience and creative passion.
A helpful script and some toast suggestions to get you through the night.
07/10/2013 12:13 EDT
It is hard to know the dos and don'ts of being a bridesmaid, whether it is your first time being in a wedding party or your tenth. Nowadays, every wedding is different and every bride has a unique personality. On that note, here are my most important dos and don'ts for being a bridesmaid.
05/31/2013 12:20 EDT
Gone are the days of "cookie cutter" weddings. These days, everyone wants a unique event that reflects their personal style. The good news is that you can bring out this uniqueness in anything and everything wedding-related, including food, décor, favours, music, location, stationery, and so on. Here are some tips to get you started.
02/19/2013 12:14 EST
Being a professional wedding planner, I often get questions from friends and family regarding proper guest wedding etiquette. Here are some of the top guest-related questions I am asked (with answers!) along with tips for being a great guest.
01/22/2013 08:40 EST
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