Inside the Journal of Betty Jane Herself ♥
As promised in the last blog post “What is a Full-Service Wedding Planner?”, we are diving into the nitty gritty of how a full-service wedding planner can take your stress levels from 100 to 1 in the matter of signing that dotted line. Wedding Budget Tips edition! Up first is Money Money Money! Excuse me for a…Read More
What is a Full-Service Wedding Planner? What is their purpose? And what should you expect from them? If perhaps you have started Wedding Planning, some of these questions may have crossed your mind. Know that you are not the only one in that boat. In today’s blog post I am breaking down what a Full-Service…Read More
When you begin planning your wedding, it’s very possible you also enter a whole new world of processes, vendors, and lingo that you’re encountering for the first time. The Wedding Industry could write a dictionary of its own just for all things wedding ~ I compiled an alphabetical list of our most used terminology here for you…Read More
It’s no secret that planning a wedding is a lot of work!! A few weeks back on the blog, I dove into how when you said your best yes ever, you also said yes to a second full-time job! You can read that here! But today I want to help provide some clarity and balance on…Read More
Photos are one of the only tangible things that you can touch after the wedding day has come and gone, and most often than not, gone in the blink of an eye. Photographers curate actual art for you to hold onto after the wedding. The art they create is told through the couple’s love story,…Read More
OMG! It’s Wedding Day afternoon, the family is at the venue, already dressed and ready to line up for pictures, and the officiant is calling for a pre-ceremony ring check. BAM, the rings are nowhere to be found. After a stressful exchange of “I thought you had them, no I thought you had them”, the…Read More
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