So your aunt is a florist, or your cousin plays the violin. Maybe you work at a new restaurant that wants to get into catering, or you have a friend dabbling with wedding photography. If you’re planning a wedding and have a need for any of these items, you might be ready to make that … More Hiring Friends and Family as Vendors – When to Take Advantage and When to Say No Way!
You’ve said yes! Or popped the question! Or both! You and your betrothed have shared the news with everyone and already gotten way too much marriage advice. You’ve found the perfect wedding planner that just gets you (hint, hint) and the next decision to make is a big one – where is this all happening? … More The Truth About Backyard Weddings
It’s 2018, and I am currently one of the lucky people who has the luxury of working from any place that has Wi-Fi. There are many occasions where that might be a remote office or a coffee shop, but the majority of the time it means one main location – my home. I’ve been doing … More Working from Home – The Ultimate Luxury or Productivity Killer?
Photo by: Audre Rae Photography 2018 is the year of the purge. People are downsizing their possessions, workload, and relationships in favor of less clutter and more happiness. Since weddings trend along with lifestyle, why should they be any different? A handful of our HUE couples this past year chose to have minimal to no … More No Wedding Party? No Problem!
Guest Post by Loni Farmer An interesting topic that has come up more than once is a couple asking how to politely ask guests to not use their cellphones during the ceremony in a way that actually makes them not use their cellphones during the ceremony. Photo Credit: Thomas Stewart Photography You just paid over … More Guest Phone Use During Your Ceremony (And How to Breathe Through It)
It’s 5:00pm on Tuesday, and I’m just sitting down to write this blog post.. scheduled to go live tomorrow morning. I’ve known the topic for awhile and have general ideas stewing, but haven’t really had a minute until now to put it into words. And the only reason I have time now is because it’s … More Life as a #Mompreneur
I’m going to start this week by sharing a lesson of how I became Sarah Davidson. My husband and I were legally married in May of 2013 at a resort in Mexico with a ceremony and dinner of about 25 people. In November of that year, we threw an entire additional wedding in our … More Getting Married Before Your “Wedding” – Yay or Nay?