Set Up A Bridal Registry That Reflects You And Your Partner’s Travel Wishes

A bridal registry does not require a list of standard items, such as cookware and linens that you and your soon-to-be spouse do not need. If you and your partner plan on backpacking across the country soon after getting married and would appreciate receiving some gifts that will accommodate both of you and make the trip memorable, set up a bridal registry that reflects both of your desires.  Sign Up With A Couple Retailers Read More 

5 Easy Ways to Save Money on Your Chapel Wedding

For a bride and groom on a budget, finding ways to save money without looking like they are trying to do so is important. Even in a chapel wedding, there are a number of ways you can economize without sacrificing style. Here are a few. Focus on the Front. Think of the wedding chapel as a diamond engagement ring. The outer layers are simply there to hold things together and draw attention to the 'jewel' of the ceremony: where you say " Read More 

Four Ways to Incorporate Vintage Jewelry Into Your Wedding Day Look

Whether you have a collection of family heirloom jewelry or you collect vintage pieces, you may be wondering how you can incorporate your favorite pieces into your wedding day look. Fortunately, there are several beautiful ways you can do this. Use this guide as inspiration to create a stunning look for your special day. Brooch Headband Instead of opting for a plain wedding veil, consider creating a headband with two or three of your favorite brooches. Read More 

The Complete Guide To Making A Wish Book At A Wedding

Every bride and groom wants their wedding day to be memorable. You hire a wedding planner, such as those found at Traci's Touch, because they are your ally in creating the wedding of your dreams. Your wedding planner can help coordinate all the puzzle pieces so that they fall perfectly in place to create a completed masterpiece on your wedding day. There are little fun touches that you and your guests can create together on your wedding day. Read More 

Long Distance “I Do’s” – 5 Tips For Planning A Stress-Free Destination Wedding

Planning a long distance or destination wedding can be a logistical challenge. It does, though, come with rewards that make all the extra effort worthwhile for many couples. If this is the situation you find yourself in, here are a few planning tips to take the stress out of the weeks before your big day.  Hire Help. Your best friend in this process will be your local go-to person. And, while you may have friends or family in the area, it may be best to hire a professional wedding planner anyway. Read More