5 Signs You’re Too Stressed Over Wedding Planning


1. You’re using your lunch hour to run wedding errands… instead of eating
Skipping meals is bad news for your mood– and more important, your wedding fitness plan! It can lead to exaggerated emotions, amped-up stress and an overall dark cloud over your head. Making a habit of planning instead of lunching is a lose-loose. Set a limit on how often you can swap your salad for a wedding task.
2. Your fiance starts joking (or maybe not joking) about eloping.
If your fiance is less… Read more »

Hot Trends: Top Catering Trends of 2015


Planning on attending social events this year?  You can be sure to expect any one of these trends to be present at any of your social outings!
1. Local Sourcing
Local sourcing has been on the rise for the past few years.  Many people are opting to buy locally to help their hometown farmers, keep money in their own town economy, eat fresh food packed with nutrients and knowing for sure where exactly everything came from!  Everyone can tell a tomato that… Read more »

Real Wedding Spotlight: Erin and Drew

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This lively couple had a fantastic and fun filled wedding to say the least, at the Glen Sanders Mansion on October 11th, 2015.  Erin and Drew are both in the entertainment industry from New York City, so we were ready for the party! Their own band performed at their wedding, which was such a nice personal touch, and boy, did they sure keep everyone on the dance floor!
Clark + Walker uploaded their wedding on their videography blog last month, and… Read more »

4 Valentine’s Day proposals that (mostly) avoid the clichés


Valentine’s Day may be a commercial holiday, but at the end of the day, many couples agree that it’s nice to take one day to celebrate your love.
Case in point? It’s also an extremely popular day for proposals.

While it’s tempting to go for a cheesy proposal option – the clichés are clichés for a reason, right? – it’s probably best to opt for a slightly more unique idea. The following are some good starting points, but you should tailor them for… Read more »