Kimberly's Wedding Day

As a wedding planner, I get the questions all the time about how bridal parties are supposed to line up, what are good first dance songs, and what in the world is a "recessional"? But occasionally, I get the question that I always love answering - what was it like to be a wedding planner and getting married yourself? Firstly to get this out of the way, I did plan my own wedding, and yes, I did hire a day-of coordinator as well (Marcie Gaukrodger of Bliss Events in Whistler). And as my husband and I celebrate our third wedding anniversary (today!), there are so many things that remember clear as day as if it were yesterday. My husband and I both decided to plan our wedding outside of the city

Dealing with ILF .... Incredibly Large Families

The "extended family group shot". Taken by George Matthew Photography. In the fall of last year, I planned and executed a wedding where the bride was the baby of 7 siblings, who were all married and had children. When going through her guest list, the inevitable counting of guests showed that about 50 of them were quite literally just immediate family. So what happens when you run into the situation of having to invite all the "important" people, but still wanting to keep your reception within reasonable numbers? Or if your family, out of their love for you, wants to get involved in everything? Here are some tips in dealing with the ILF.... 1. Really assess whether or not +1's are reasonable

It's Not Easy Being Green (or is it?)

These days, a wedding that is completely eco-friendly is becoming increasingly popular, with El Nigno, and the ozone layer depleting, and just Mother Nature really being angry at everyone. Some brides take this opportunity to give a little bit back to the earth; that said, what if you are a bride that is not really into the "nature" look of eco-friendly weddings, but still wanted to do your part for the universe? In honour of Earth Day that just passed, here are a couple ways that you can help out, without having to change your colour palette to a forest green and tree bark brown. 1. Be conscious of your food waste. This one is a little tricky, given that banquet halls are generally pretty s

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