Ah, vintage weddings. They are extremely popular right now and for good reason. They ooze romance, simplicity and style. A vintage wedding can be versatile and even eco-friendly. While the web has plenty of images to inspire you, execution can be a bit more challenging. Finding cohesive pieces, not to mention more than one of an item, can be exhausting, and take some time and … [Read more...] about Vintage Wedding Help – A La Crate
Archives for March 2012
When deciding on a wedding photographer, it can be important to determine what you want. There are different types of photography - some like the posed or staged shots - say the bride and groom standing in front of the church looking directly into the camera - while others prefer editorial or photojournalistic style photography. Editorial photos are generally taken from the … [Read more...] about Milwaukee Winter Wedding – Journalistic Style Photography
I am a huge fan of photo booths at weddings. I think this is the one of the funnest and most interactive wedding favors you can give your guests. What is more personalized than a photo of yourself to take home? Plus the bride and groom get a keepsake memory book out of the deal. Now that the trend is here to stay, the question becomes how do you choose a vendor to go with? Our … [Read more...] about A Photo Booth for Your Milwaukee Wedding – Yes Please!
Rose petals can be a very versatile, simple addition to your wedding. From carpeting the aisle, sprinkling them on your cake table or incorporating them into your table centerpieces, they can add a splash of color as well as a simple elegance to the otherwise blank canvas of table linens. … [Read more...] about Budget Bridal Tip – Roses at Rehearsal = Petals for your Wedding Day
The food for your wedding reception is an important decision that can really set the tone of your event. But how can you go beyond the norm and make your wedding reception food unique but still affordable? A food truck just might be your answer. … [Read more...] about How About a Food Truck at Your Milwaukee Wedding?