Being wedding planners, based in a hugely popular destination wedding city, Scottsdale, Arizona, we often work with brides who are traveling from other states and countries to have their weddings here in sunny AZ. Some of the most popular questions we get from our destination brides are, “Should I purchase my dress where I live or where I’m getting married?” or “I bought my dress where I live, what is the best way to get it to where I’m getting married?” Due to a recent situation we encountered with a bride, we decided to write about this topic.
Wait until you see the details about this amazing honeymoon location, it will have you looking for your passport and booking your flights before your even finished reading this through;) Borgo Santo Pietro in is located in Tuscany, Italy. Of course there are tons of beautiful honeymoon spots around the world, but being the wedding planners we are, we have made it our mission to find the extra special places to share with you! The Borgo is just that…EXTRA special! It is an intimate style boutique hotel which was created by a couple, head over heels in love with each other, who wanted to share the gem they discovered with many other lovebirds. Check out some of these photos:
Oh my goodness, the day is finally here!! That ring finger on your left hand never looked so good and to think, you will finally be Mrs.______. Such an exciting time! But we often hear from our brides that shortly after the initial rush of excitement and happiness comes, they soon feel weighed down by a heavy question…..Now what do I do?
With father’s day fast approaching, we have to write about the first true love in many little girl’s lives….her Father:) As wedding planners, we often work with the Father’s of the Bride, but let’s be honest here….most of the time we are in communication with them is when vendor or venue payments are due. The Father of the Bride typically plays the largest financial role in the wedding and often times has the least say in the wedding. We wanted to write this blog to help you avoid making your Father feel less than important throughout the wedding planning process and on the wedding day. Here are some tips we recommend communicating with your dad: