Choosing your vendors is easily one of the most intimidating steps to planning a wedding. They can literally make or break your event. Not to mention your budget. You want people that work well with others, that will listen to your wants and needs but will still give you their professional opinion on what works best. The very first vendor that I recommend researching and hiring is, of course, a planner. They are like the insurance to your wedding. They know the ins and outs o
Your wedding cake can be an amazing photo op! Not to mention they are super yummy to eat. That means that you need a bakery that can not only make it look great, but tastes great as well.
Yet another plus of hiring a planner is that we have worked with most, in not all, of the bakeries in Tulsa. So we can tell you who will fit your style best or who might have the most unusual cake flavors. What is most important to you, flavor, uniqueness, looks? Then do some research to s
Your venue is one of the most important parts of your wedding. It can honestly make or break your big day. If you choose an outdoor venue with no indoor options, what do you do if it rains? You can rent a tent if you have budgeted for that additional cost. But you need to be sure you have a large enough flat space to put a tent. 1st things 1st, decide on your budget. You don't want to spend 3/4 your savings on your venue and not have money for food or a DJ. Between your venue
We get asked all the time who is supposed to be paying for what? We know that each generation will handle this different than the one before them. Couples are becoming independent and paying for more and more on their own. Which is fantastic but can cause some confusion on who should be footing the bill for ceremony flowers, bouquets, etc. So we are going to highlight some old traditions and some of the changes we are seeing. Traditionally the bride's family shoulders the bi