How To Store A Wedding Dress To Keep It Heirloom-Quality

You've spent a lot of time and money picking the perfect wedding dress for your special day, so don't neglect it after you say "I do." There are several ways that you can properly care and preserve the frock to keep it looking beautiful for many years to come. If you dream of your future daughter wearing your dress on her wedding day, it's important to store it in a way that prevents discoloration, mildew and even damage from pests such as moths. [Read More]

Wedding Caterer Tips For A Picky Crowd

When you're planning your wedding ceremonies, such as with Rabbi Baker, you might feel like your needs and desires are getting lost in those of your friends and family. This is especially true when it comes to choosing a wedding menu and caterer. In today's world, everyone is hyper aware of what they eat, so many of your friends may have allergies, intolerances, or special diets. If you're planning a cross-cultural wedding, you might be trying to accommodate different cultural or religious restrictions. [Read More]

Planning Your Wedding? How To Take The Work Out Of Finding The Perfect Venue

You said yes to the most important question you've ever been asked. Now it's time to plan the wedding. You're going to have a lot of decisions to make. That's why a to-do list is crucial at this stage in the planning. One of the first things you should put on your to-do list is choosing the venue. Here are some easy tips that will take the stress out of finding the perfect venue. [Read More]

Take A Load Off -- 3 Reception Seating Options For Any Style

There are more choices available for today's brides and grooms than ever before. And with more choice comes more opportunity to personalize both your ceremony and your reception. Take something as basic as seating arrangements. Modern receptions can benefit from all the possibilities in seating your guests. Here are 3 fun options for any reception location.  Traditional The traditional reception seating is generally small groups of 6 or 8 people placed at individual tables. [Read More]